Hartselle High School to hosts urgent blood drive 

Special to the Enquirer  

In a bid to address critical shortages in blood supply, Hartselle High School will be hosting an emergency blood drive Feb. 7 from 8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. This crucial event aims to encourage donors of all blood types to contribute to this life-saving cause. 

Donors will not only have the opportunity to make a significant impact on their community but will also receive various tokens of appreciation. Each donor will be rewarded with a $25 eGiftcard, a warm blanket and a coupon for a complimentary Chick-Fil-A sandwich. 

The event underscores the pressing need for blood donations, as hospitals continue to face blood shortages. Every contribution can make a difference in saving lives and supporting those in need. 

Individuals interested in participating are urged to mark their calendars for Feb. 7 and join the initiative at Hartselle High School. Your donation could be the lifeline for someone in critical need. 

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