Winters Lions Club hosts blood drive in honor of the memory of Adam Davis

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Vitalant and the Winters Lions Club are hosting a special blood drive in honor of Adam Davis. The need for lifesaving blood products is constant. Donors can transform lives of patients and families by giving blood and granting time and priceless memories with loved ones. The need for blood can strike at any given moment and it is the blood collected an on the shelves that saves lives and give patients hope for another day.  WHAT: Winter Lions Club, Community Blood Drive WHEN: Monday, Nov. 5., from 1:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. WHERE: Winters Community Hall 201 Railroad Ave, Winters CA Walk-in’s needed As a thank you, donors will receive a promo code for a long sleeve T-Shirt.                        ELIGIBILITY: Whole blood donors must be at least 16 years old (16 and 17 need a signed Vitalant parental consent form available online at, weigh a minimum of 110 pounds, be in good general health and bring a photo I.D. Other donation types have specific eligibility criteria. Please visit for more information. About Vitalant Vitalant is the nation’s second largest community blood service provider, supplying comprehensive transfusion medicine services for nearly 1,000 hospitals and health care partners for patients in need across 40 states. Vitalant inspires local communities to serve the needs of others and transform lives through the selfless act of donating blood. Every day, almost 5,000 blood donations are needed to meet the needs of people throughout the country, and Vitalant’s 780,000 donors supply 1.8 million donations a year. In addition to blood products, Vitalant offers customers transfusion services, medical consulting, quality guidance, ongoing education, research and more. For more information and to schedule a donation, visit or call 877-258-4825 (877-25VITAL). Join the conversation about impacting the lives of others on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.]]>

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