Blood Drive held at Mitchell High School

First time donor Elli Singpiel was happy to visit with school nurse Kim Thomas and Regional West Medical Center phlebotomist Deb Trapp while she gave blood during the Anatomy Class Blood Drive on Wednesday, April 9.

First time donor Elli Singpiel was happy to visit with school nurse Kim Thomas and Regional West Medical Center phlebotomist Deb Trapp while she gave blood during the Anatomy Class Blood Drive on Wednesday, April 9.

Another successful blood drive was hosted by the Senior Anatomy Class and Senior Class volunteers, including Mikaela Karpen, Taylor Peters, Nick Harriger, Adam Schlotthauer, Bo McVay, Alex Smith, Andie Parminter and Tiffani Aikens. According to Vicki Clark, her students had a great time and were pleased with the results of this year’s drive.

Senior Class volunteers helped keep things moving during the annual blood drive at Mitchell High School. Shown here are third-time donor Austyn Wright, drinking his juice, and Seniors Taylor Peters, Adam Schlotthauer and Nick Harriger.

Senior Class volunteers helped keep things moving during the annual blood drive at Mitchell High School. Shown here are third-time donor Austyn Wright, drinking his juice, and Seniors Taylor Peters, Adam Schlotthauer and Nick Harriger.

West Nebraska Blood Center at Regional West phlebotomist Deb Trapp said the event on Wednesday, April 9th, provided 33 units of blood during the five hours the crew was at Mitchell High School. There were 36 donors. The phlebotomists who helped were Dawn Hoff, Alicia Hales, Julie Dahlinger and Deb Trapp.