Huber ‘Night Out’ blood drive is Aug. 1


Blood drive joins community celebration at Wayne High School

Staff Report



The CBC ‘Scouting 4 Donors – Ride with Passion, Give with Heart’ T-shirt design.


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HUBER HEIGHTS — The Huber Heights Police Department will host community blood drive as part of the Huber Heights National Night Out celebration Tuesday, Aug. 1 from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Community Blood Center Bloodmobile will be at Wayne High School, 5400 Chambersburg Road.

Everyone who registers to donate will receive the “Scouting 4 Donors – Ride with Passion, Give with Heart” t-shirt. Donors are encouraged to schedule an appointment online at www.DonorTime.com or call 1-800-388-GIVE.

National Night Out is an annual campaign that promotes police partnering with the community for better relationships and safer neighborhoods. The Huber Heights Night Out is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Wayne High School and features food, Careflight and emergency vehicles, community and health organization booths, the Ohio Division of Wildlife mobile archery trailer, the Miami Valley Young Marines world record balloon stomp attempt, the Historical Society antique car show, and a “Dunk-a-Cop” booth.

It’s open throttle time as the “Scouting 4 Donors Summer Blood Drive” rides into the final month of summer. Everyone who registers to donate is automatically entered in the drawing to win an Indian Scout Sixty motorcycle. Donors must be 18 by the Sept. 2 conclusion of the campaign to win.

From July 31 to the campaign finish line on Sept. 2 everyone who registers to donate will receive the “Scouting 4 Donors – Ride with Passion, Give with Heart” t-shirt.

The “Ride with Passion, Give with Heart” t-shirt is green and the design features a motorcycle engine in the shape of a heart with the CBC blood drop logo.

Call for summer donors

Summer is a challenging time for maintaining the regional blood supply and this summer has seen an unusually high demand for type O blood. To maintain an ample blood supply CBC must register approximately 300 donors per day, despite the interruptions of the high school summer break, family vacation travel and outdoor activities. CBC encourages donors who must miss appointments to please reschedule as soon as possible. We continue to seek the support of type O whole blood donors.

Scouting for Donors

CBC is scouting for donors this summer and banking on a true American legend to help boost the summer blood supply. The “Indian Scout Sixty” is descended from the historic line of America’s legendary Indian Motorcycle Company, www.indianmotorcycle.com.

Enter the drawing to win the Indian Scout Sixty by registering to donate May 26 through Sept. 2 at a CBC Donor Center or any CBC mobile blood drive. Eligible donors can enter the drawing a second time when they register for a second donation during the blood drive period.

CBC will select the winner from a group of 10 randomly-drawn finalists in mid-September. Official rules are available at www.givingblood.org.

Connect with Community Blood Center for the latest information and services at www.GivingBlood.org. Get fast and complete answers on how to make your first donation, organize a blood drive, or bring our education program to your school. Get all the updates in the CBC/CTS newsroom, find quick links to our social media pages, or schedule your next appointment to donate by connecting to www.DonorTime.com.

The CBC ‘Scouting 4 Donors – Ride with Passion, Give with Heart’ T-shirt design.
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/07/web1_CBC_1-2.jpgThe CBC ‘Scouting 4 Donors – Ride with Passion, Give with Heart’ T-shirt design. Contributed photo
Blood drive joins community celebration at Wayne High School

Staff Report