ECHS students donate blood


The East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center.

The East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center.


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The East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center.


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The East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center.

The East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center.

The East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/01/web1_echs-2.jpgThe East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center. Courtesy photos

The East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/01/web1_echs-1.jpgThe East Clinton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held the second blood drive of the school year on Thursday, Jan. 12. Seventy-five prospective donors made appointments and 59 donors registered to donate blood. Of that number, 46 were able to donate a unit of whole blood. There were 14 new donors. “East Clinton High School is known for their dedicated student and staff donors, clearly indicated by the number of repeat donors,” said Bill Roy from the Community Blood Center. Data shared from the Community Blood Center indicates that during 2016, East Clinton High School students and staff donated 184 units of whole blood. Each unit can be used in up to three patients. Donors at East Clinton have saved or improved the lives of up to 552 patients in need. The blood will be used in a patient at one or more of 25 partner hospitals, including Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, within about three weeks. East Clinton is proud to maintain the partnership between our National Honor Society and Community Blood Center. Courtesy photos