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I began donating whole blood when I was a high school student in the late 1970's. I lost my father to cancer at the age of three. I didn't know that it was cancer until I was much older, but that has always been my motivation for giving. I have always felt a strong desire to give of myself for others, especially when I have been blessed with such good health.   I am always urging others to give blood if they are able. Two of my three children are now blood donors as well! My youngest being 16-years-old, was just able to give for the first time last fall at his high school with the new lower age limit. I am going to encourage him to give again this month at their spring blood drive.   I am also on the National Bone Marrow registry and pray that some day I will be able to save another life through a gift of marrow as well! Some people think lifetime donors like me may be a little crazy, but it is so comforting to know that a little of my time can give someone a LOT of time.....their LIFE!
—Kim Pierce
 

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What's Happening

Kick up your boots and roll up a sleeve for the Country in Your Blood drive Monday, March 9 in Blair
 

News

February 25, 2015
OMAHA, Neb. – The American Red Cross, the Omaha Lancers hockey team and Ralston Arena are teaming up to help save lives by holding a blood drive Sunday, March 8.  It’s the second time this season that the arena and team will host a blood drive with the Red Cross.  
February 24, 2015
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – The American Red Cross and the Nebraska Danger football team are joining forces to help save lives by holding a blood drive Saturday, Mar. 7 at the Heartland Events Center, just hours before the Danger’s home opener.  
 

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