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MNHHS Leadership, Youth Services Organize Blood Drive

blooddrive 500Madisonville North Hopkins High School Principal Tim Huddleston prepares to give blood at the school on Oct. 15 as students Elizabeth Woodall, left, president of the Madisonville North Hopkins Executive Council, and Morgan P'Pool, right, leadership class member and blood drive organizer, watch. The blood was drawn by Candee Back of Baptist Health Madisonville Blood Bank. The blood drive was sponsored by the Leadership Class and the MNHHS Youth Services Center.

 

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