By writer to www.boothbayregister.com
On Saturday, Could 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., First Congregational Church of Wiscasset will maintain a blood drive in honor of church member Wealthy Kubler. Kubler, a firefighter and 9/11 First Responder, was recognized final fall with Stage four liver most cancers, believed to be linked to publicity at Floor Zero. As a person who has devoted his life to serving of others, we now serve our neighborhood in his honor.
As a result of COVID-19 pandemic, this Purple Cross Blood Drive is by appointment solely. We can’t accommodate walk-ins. Donors might want to put on face masks which cowl each nostril and mouth in accordance with CDC tips. If the donor doesn’t have a masks, the Purple Cross will present one. Donor’s temperature will likely be taken on the door. No friends will likely be allowed to accompany the donor whereas on the drive. Refreshments will encompass pre-packaged meals solely.
Appointments are filling up, however there’s nonetheless a necessity for Energy Purple donors and some slots for normal donors. There are particular necessities for Energy Purple donors so ensure while you name on your appointment, you examine with the Purple Cross to see if you’re eligible.
Proper now, the America Purple Cross has an ongoing vital want for blood product donations so we hope you’ll register to make a donation. Please name 1-800-REDCROSS or go to redcrossblood.org and enter 04578 within the search bar. Thanks prematurely for taking part on this essential occasion as we serve and honor Wealthy.
The church is at 28 Excessive St., subsequent to Lincoln County Courthouse.