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Northeast students show out for blood drive

Bryce Wheaton

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On Wednesday the Red Cross hosted a blood drive at the Northeast Community College Norfolk Campus. The blood drive was held at the Life Long Learning Center and was a huge success. The Red Cross had a goal of collecting 76 units and ended up exceeding that goal with a total of 87 units. A total of 102 students showed up to donate but some had to be turned away due to time constraints. Everyone who showed up to donate received refreshments and had a chance to enter to win some Hawks gear. The students who were turned away will have another chance to donate when the Red Cross returns in December.

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Bryce Wheaton, Sports Reporter

Staff Job Title: Sports Reporter

Major: Mass Media

Hometown: Lyons, NE

About: I am a beat writer for our website, neviewpoint.com covering Northeast Community College sports. I hope to one day be a beat writer covering Nebraska football for the Omaha World Herald as well as host my own sports radio show. My favorite sports are football, basketball, boxing, and mixed martial arts.

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