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Friday, December 19, 2014
Giving blood, getting coffee
Congregation Sons of Israel In Woodmere collects 43 pints at blood drive
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Joan Kavarsky shows off the two Dunkin' Donuts vouchers for a medium- sized coffee after she donated blood.

Congregation Sons of Israel in Woodmere held its semi-annual blood drive on Dec. 9, called “One Pint Equals Two Cups.” Forty-three pints of blood were collected. Participants also could have their cheeks swabbed to see if they could be potential bone marrow donors.

Blood donors received two free Dunkin’ Donuts coupons for a medium-sixed cup of coffee.

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