Ada High hosts blood drive

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Ada High School science club sponsored a blood drive on campus. While the Oklahoma Blood institute prohibited photographs during blood donations, we caught up with some student donors to find out why they gave blood.

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  • "The reason why I wanted to give blood is because I want to save lives and do whatever I can to help" -Troy Methany

  • "I decided to donate my blood because my best friend is dying of anemia, so I just wanted to do it for her." -Abbie Yates

  • "I decided to donate blood just because it could save people's lives." -Carly Weems

  • "The reason why I wanted to donate my blood is to give back to people that need it." -Christian Roller

  • "The reason why I decided to give blood is because it's the right thing to do and I love to help others." -Braden Maloy

  • "The reason why I decided to give my blood is because my Uncle Johnny has brain cancer so he had to get a blood transfusion." -Tiffany Allen

  • "I decided to give a blood donation because I want to help people." -Dakota Truelove

  • "I wanted to come and give blood because I just wanna save lives." -Cotie Bennett

  • "The reason why I donated my blood is because people need blood more." -Levi Teel

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