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January 22, 2014

MNTC to host blood drive

NORMAN — Moore Norman Technology Center will host an Oklahoma Blood Institute public blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at their campus at the corner of Southwest 134th Street and Penn Avenue in south Oklahoma City.

The Oklahoma Blood Institute is in desperate need of blood donations at this time. It is estimated that each single blood donation provides a life-saving benefit to three lives in Oklahoma.

Donors will need to fill out a health questionnaire prior to donating, and a photo ID is required at the time of donation. To fill out the health questionnaire, visit obi.org/donor-express.

Participants will receive a “FEEL BOLD” T-shirt while supplies last, a health screening and are eligible for donor rewards points.

To learn more about the OBI, visit obi.org or call 278-3100.

For more information about MNTC, visit mntechnology.com or call 364-5763.

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