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Katherine Hsieh
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« on: February 04, 2013, 01:42:26 AM »


Welcome to the American Red Cross at Cal!! We're happy to have you with us, whether you are a returning member or completely new! (: We promise you'll have a great time with us.

First off, we have our FIRST Blood Committee meeting on Tuesday, February 05, at 122 Wheeler from 7-8PM. We apologize for the short notice, but we hope anyone who is interested can make it!

We haven't had our first general meeting yet (due to issues with room reservations) but we will keep you updated once we get it. For now, if you are interested in the Blood Committee, come out and learn more about us! We are the ones who have been handing out flyers for the blood drives, running around in Buddy the Blood Drop, and helping out at the monthly blood drives that happen on campus. Our committee is very friendly, and we tend to have the most socials ^___^ We also have many other volunteering activities, so there's variety as well.

Our second blood drive is coming up on February 12th at Alumni House, so this is a great opportunity for you guys to come out and start earning your hours! (You'll learn about membership at our general meeting as well). Recruiting donors is a KEY part of saving lives, and these lives couldn't be saved without you guys. UC Berkeley is one of the biggest collectors of blood donations across Northern California, so come and be a part of this amazing committee!

If you have questions, please contact Katherine Hsieh at kahsieh@berkeley.edu or at  (909) 273-1836. We look forward to meeting you!!

Your lovely coordinators,
Katherine Hsieh, Katherine Chen, Suraj Nagaraj
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