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November 20, 2012 10:36 PM

Blood drive to help Sandy victims

The community will get an opportunity save lives and help victims of Hurricane Sandy as well as those closer to home by donating blood. BloodSource in Merced will have its 2012 Season of Giving from Dec. 1-31, and some of the blood will be used to continue to support those affected by Sandy, said Jaime Suarez, account manager. Similar drives will take place in other communities.

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