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Inland Northwest blood drive

PULLMAN – Give back to the community by participating in a blood drive at the Student Recreation Center April 23.
 
The Inland Northwest Blood Center is creating an opportunity for students and Pullman community members to donate blood for people in need.
 
Donating takes approximatly 45 minutes and can save up to three lives. Participants must bring photo identification and are encouraged to eat a healthy meal and remain hydrated prior to donating blood.
 
This event will take place from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the SRC in room 144.
 
For more information please visit urec.wsu.edu or call 335-UREC.

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