Photo of the Week – Oct. 7

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Photo of the Week – Oct. 7

Waiting for his blood to fill the bag, senior Bailey Mosher donates blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive Oct. 5. The event was organized by the Red Cross Club, and donors ages sixteen and up could participate. “I thought it would be helpful to donate. I knew a lot of people from West wouldn’t be able to, and we didn’t have a lot of time to spread the word,” Mosher said. “You save around three lives just by donating blood, so it’s a cool thing to do to help other people.”

Waiting for his blood to fill the bag, senior Bailey Mosher donates blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive Oct. 5. The event was organized by the Red Cross Club, and donors ages sixteen and up could participate. “I thought it would be helpful to donate. I knew a lot of people from West wouldn’t be able to, and we didn’t have a lot of time to spread the word,” Mosher said. “You save around three lives just by donating blood, so it’s a cool thing to do to help other people.”

Nayeon Ryu

Waiting for his blood to fill the bag, senior Bailey Mosher donates blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive Oct. 5. The event was organized by the Red Cross Club, and donors ages sixteen and up could participate. “I thought it would be helpful to donate. I knew a lot of people from West wouldn’t be able to, and we didn’t have a lot of time to spread the word,” Mosher said. “You save around three lives just by donating blood, so it’s a cool thing to do to help other people.”

Nayeon Ryu

Nayeon Ryu

Waiting for his blood to fill the bag, senior Bailey Mosher donates blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive Oct. 5. The event was organized by the Red Cross Club, and donors ages sixteen and up could participate. “I thought it would be helpful to donate. I knew a lot of people from West wouldn’t be able to, and we didn’t have a lot of time to spread the word,” Mosher said. “You save around three lives just by donating blood, so it’s a cool thing to do to help other people.”

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