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Blood donour campaign comes to Parksville

CHIEFLY BLOOD: Phlebotomist Heather Kenny preps Parksville Fire Chief Doug Banks Tuesday afternoon at Parksville Community Centre as the chief gears up to donate blood in support of Canadian Blood Services’ Sirens for Life winter campaign, running until Jan. 31. To give blood, make an appointment on the CBS website: www.blood.ca. - CANDACE WU PHOTO
CHIEFLY BLOOD: Phlebotomist Heather Kenny preps Parksville Fire Chief Doug Banks Tuesday afternoon at Parksville Community Centre as the chief gears up to donate blood in support of Canadian Blood Services’ Sirens for Life winter campaign, running until Jan. 31. To give blood, make an appointment on the CBS website: www.blood.ca.
— image credit: CANDACE WU PHOTO

CHIEFLY BLOOD: Phlebotomist Heather Kenny preps Parksville Fire Chief Doug Banks Tuesday afternoon at Parksville Community Centre as the chief gears up to donate blood in support of Canadian Blood Services' Sirens for Life winter campaign, running until Jan. 31. To give blood, make an appointment on the CBS website: www.blood.ca.

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