Sulphur Springs High School had its’ fall blood drive Friday in the Auxiliary Gym. Teacher Debbie Stinson, who helped coordinate the event, said as of Thursday 100 students had signed up to give blood while 46 others committed to double draws where blood is taken and separated with plasma put back in. Students from Health, Science Technology, the Blue Blazes Drill Team and Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America, helped out.
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