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12/13/03

KLLL Country Christmas Blood Drive Kicks Off

It's a donation that almost everyone can afford to give and it's a gift that truly comes from the heart. It's the gift of blood. KLLL and United Blood Services are sponsoring the 23rd Annual Country Christmas Blood Drive and they need your help to help others this holiday season. The ten day blood drive kicks off Sunday, December 14 will wrap up Tuesday, December 23rd.

For your convenience the drive will be on-location in a different outlying city every day. Or you can donate daily at UBS of Lubbock at 48th and University.

You can donate at one of the following locations:

  • December 12-14: South Plains Mall
  • December 12-15: Plainview
  • December 12-16: Crosbyton
  • December 12-17: Levelland
  • December 12-18: Brownfield
  • December 12-19: Olton
  • December 12-20: Littlefield
  • December 12-21: NO DRIVES
  • December 12-22: Muleshoe
  • December 12-23: Best Buy

Mobile Hours will be 1pm-8pm

In Center Hours will be 10am-8pm  December 14-20 & December 22-23

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