In addition to the usual T-shirts from the bood center, all donors will receive a gift certificate good for four free games of putt-putt at the campground miniature golf course. Also every donor will be entered into a door prize drawing for other gift certificates from Fort Boonesborough State Park and local merchants.
The campground is the sponsor of the blood drive.
For more information, phone (859) 527-3131, ext. 218 or e-mail email@example.com.
CLARK MIDDLE PLANS TO REMEMBER 9/11
Clark Middle School will have a patriotic program Sept. 11 for the community in observance of the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attack on New York.
At 9:45 a.m. the sixth, seventh and eighth-graders will go outside, dressed in red, white and blue, to form "USA" on the lawn. This will be photographed by an aerial photographer while the band plays patriotic music.
The Patriotic Writing Contest winner will be recognized, followed by the recognition of police, firefighters and and other service personnel.
The local police, firefighters and ambulance crews will attend the program, which is scheduled to last one hour.
The event is open to the public.
LEGISLATORS TO PRESENT CHECK
State Rep. Don Pasley and Sen R. J. Palmer II will present a check to the Bluegrass Community and Technical College Winchester-Clark County Campus Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
The campus is located at 36 Wheeler Ave., Winchester.