Combs Coyotes donate blood during drive at CHS

The Combs High School students were seeing red on Monday, Aug. 31, according to a press release. Many at CHS, 2505 E. Germann Road in San Tan Valley, are used to seeing the student population decked out in their primary school color (red): however, on that Monday the color red represented a much greater cause.
Combs High School participated in a blood drive benefiting the United Blood Services of Arizona. Students and staff turned out and voluntarily gave the most precious natural resource available, blood. Holiday weekends and summer activities typically have a higher demand for blood transfusions, requiring a larger on-hand blood supply. To find out more about giving blood or how you can donate, visit http://www.unitedbloodservices.org/.

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