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FHS blood drive a success

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The Floresville High School Student Council held its first blood drive of the school year on Dec. 8. With students at the high school and the community welcome to donate, the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center collected 112 units, which were donated to Andrew Stuart, a senior at La Vernia High School who has leukemia.

Differing from other years, the Student Council held the blood drive outside, with the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center providing elaborate buses where donations were administered. Both the Student Council and the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center were pleased with the outcome and hope that even more people decide to donate.

The Student Council plans to hold another blood drive at the school this coming spring.

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