All posts tagged "Joy Rubo"
Letter: A thank you to those who donated blood
You donated the “gift of life.” We and Heartland Blood Center thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
- Posted March 22, 2012
Letter: Blood drive makes history
Your blood donation was urgently needed by someone, and you poured through the doors of the Sugar Grove Fire Department. The blood shortage plea was answered by 101 donors—the largest turnout in our history
- Posted October 13, 2011
Letter: Sugar Grove Blood Drive scheduled for Sept. 12
Your blood donation is urgently needed by someone. Please mark your calendars for Monday, Sept. 12. Every blood type is in short supply and much appreciated.
- Posted September 1, 2011
Letter: Blood drive was huge success
We answered the need for an immediate shortage for every blood type. The March 7 Blood Drive in Sugar Grove was a huge success, with 83 donors.
- Posted April 7, 2011
Letter: Sugar Grove blood drive is March 7
There is an immediate shortage for every blood type. Where have all the donors gone? Please mark your calendars for Monday, March 7; someone really needs you.
- Posted March 3, 2011
Letter: Sugar Grove donors response
Your blood donations were so needed and so important, and on March 1 you responded.
- Posted April 1, 2010
Letter: Mark your calendars for March 1 community blood drive
Please mark your calendars for Monday, March 1. Your blood donations are so needed and so important. Every blood type is neededâ€”with an immediate shortage of AB-Negative.
- Posted February 18, 2010
Letter: Blood donors respond in Sugar Grove
Someone needed you, and you answered the call with your much appreciated blood donations. The Sugar Grove Firefighters Auxiliary, the Sugar Grove Fire Department, the Heartland Blood Center staff and all of our extra helpers made our...
- Posted April 9, 2009
Letter: Sugar Grove hosts blood drive March 2
Someone needs you. There is an immediate need for all blood types, most especially O-negative and B-negative types, (which are) running low. You may donate your much appreciated blood on Monday, March 2.
- Posted February 19, 2009