Blood Drive Fills Quota

Hailey native Martha Bolliger gave blood Tuesday in Ketchum at the St. Luke?s Wood River Auxilliary blood drive. Her type O negative blood is very welcomed since only about 3 per cent of the world?s population has it. She has donated blood annually for the last 10 years. Kellee McGee, a phlebotomist, or blood drawing specialist, assists in the process. The Ketchum quota of 100 units of blood is usually met, and, according to Red Cross Mobil Operation Supervisor Sharon Pike, 100 units or pints of blood can save or impact 300 lives. Photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

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