Downtown Moline blood drive set for Oct. 9


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Posted Online: Oct. 08, 2012, 2:44 pm
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Press release submitted by Terri Smith

Downtown Moline Blood Drive

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Blood Drive Hours

11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Bethany for Children & Families

1830 6th Avenue, Moline, Illinois

Make Bethany your home for regular blood donations!

Bethany for Children & Families partners with the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center, the Moline Community Development Corporation, Moline Centre Main Street, the Dispatch/Argus, and the City of Moline to host blood drives throughout 2012.

To sign up for an appointment time, please call Pat McKillip at (309) 736-6635 or e-mail him at pmckillip@bethany-qc.org

Walk-ins Welcome!

Additional blood drive dates in 2012:

December 4

Please note your last donation must be on or before 8/7/2012 to participate in this drive.




 












 




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