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Petal First Baptist Church hosts blood, marrow drive

(The following comes from the Petal First Baptist Church's Facebook page.  For online sign-ups, visit the website listed below.  For more details, call the number below or the church at 601-545-3198.)

"On February 28th, you will have the wonderful opportunity to give someone the gift of blood and/or bone marrow at our Blood & Bone Marrow Drive! From 11:30 AM - 4:30 PM, you'll have a chance to save a life. You can sign up in the foyer or you can visit www.bloodhero.com & use the sponsor code: fbcpetal. We pray you'll consider donating. Please share this post to help us spread the word. You may contact Heidi Rose with questions 601.310.4816."

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