Blood drive held at Mercyhurst

The Mercyhurst College Rotaract Club wants you … to give blood.

After working closely with the Erie Community blood bank to support blood needs after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, Mercyhurst College students are again preparing to make a difference.

On Tuesday, Dec. 11, students, faculty, administrators and the public will be asked to participate in a blood drive to benefit the American Red Cross. The Mercyhurst Rotaract Club, a college-level affiliate of the Rotary Club, has organized the event, which will run from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Mercy Heritage Room in Sullivan Hall. To make an appointment to donate blood, please call Kerri Ruschak, president of Rotaract, at 824-3713. However, walk-in donors are welcome as well.

Share the gift of life this holiday season and join us at the Mercyhurst College blood drive on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
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