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To the editor:
The Central Illinois Community Blood Center is
extremely thankful for every blood donor. We certainly couldn't
supply blood to Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital without their
We'd be happy to ask the Lincoln Daily News to publish the names
of community blood donors, with their permission. of course. With
the new privacy laws, we have to take great care on using the names
of our volunteer donors.
Starting with our July 3 blood drive at the Lincoln Masonic
Center, we will have a sign-up sheet available for those donors who
wouldn't mind us personally thanking them in the newspaper.
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We at CICBC appreciate, value Ms. Thompson's opinion and input. [Letter]
Central Illinois Community Blood
(Posted June 20, 2006)
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