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South Wayne blood drive meets quota
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SOUTH WAYNE - The Red Cross South Wayne community blood drive met its quota of 29 units on Nov. 10 at Marty's Village Inn.

Thirty-three people presented, with four deferrals and two people giving doubles. A first-time donor was Kortney Hull. Meeting donor marks were Mary McKnight with five gallons and Donna Wyss with one gallon. Other donors were Kirsten Eckerman, Dorothy Seffrood, David Renken, Loretta Brummel, Therese Torrisi, Judy Curran, Garnett Purintun, Mary Zimmerman, Tom Wellnitz, Robert Parrell, Donald Seffrood, Alan Melland, Jack Hagen, Connie Meier, James Meier, Joan Jenson, Richard Fernsteadt, Margaret Huber, Sandy Butler, Jennifer Burns, Gary Burns, Lon Arnes, Lonny Staufer, Rodney Stewart, Konnye Hull, Nancy Ernzen, Michael Ernzen, Gene Montgomery, Emily Zarling and Ed Ernst.

Donating to the canteen were Darlington Subway, sandwiches; Valley View Cheese, cheese; South Wayne Mart, milk; Marty's Village Inn, coffee; Joyce Paulson and Carole Broge, sandwiches; Connie Meier, sausage, crackers and cookies; and Susie Junk, cookies.

Helpers for the day were Judy Curran, Carole Broge, Joyce Paulson and Connie Meier.

The next drive at Marty's Village Inn will be Jan. 6, 2016.