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LIFESTREAM BLOOD DRIVE: Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station January 30 (UPDATE)

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On Monday, January 30, the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station will host a LifeStream Blood Drive. Donating between 2 and 6 p.m. will help save lives and create a million smiles. (File Photo)

By W. Edward Clark

Twin Peaks, CA – The Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station, in conjunction with LifeStream, will host a blood drive and bone marrow screening on Monday, January 30 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

BLOOD DRIVE PintThe blood drive takes place in the old courtroom of the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station, located at 26010 Highway 189 in Twin Peaks.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO DONATE BLOOD

Individuals at least 15 years of age can donate blood. All prospective donors must be free of infections or illness, weigh at least 110 pounds, and not be at risk for AIDS or hepatitis.

Donors are encouraged to drink plenty of fluids prior to the donation process and to bring along photo identification.

PARENTAL CONSENT NECESSARY FOR THOSE 15-16 YEARS

Those between the ages of 15 and 16 must provide written parental consent.

Parental consent forms are available at any donor center, community blood drive, or online at LIFESTREAM.

RECEIVE DONOR POINTS FOR ONLINE PURCHASES

Donors will receive a free cholesterol screening and points that may be redeemed for items through LifeStream’s online donor store at LIFESTREAM.

Donating blood takes only an hour, yet gives someone the possibility of enjoying years of life.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For information visit LIFESTREAM online.

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