By Kelly Rippin, Monongalia and Preston County Reporter
The West Virginia Junior College hosted a blood drive Tuesday for the American Red Cross.
The Red Cross has reported a desperate need for donations during a time of year that is already challenging.
The Junior College has hosted a blood drive every few months to encourage students to donate.
“Well you give blood just to make a difference and help people who need,” said WVJC student Ashley Summers.
“If they don’t let me then I’m volunteering, so either way, I’ll be down here,” said WVJC student Megan Graham.
Summers and Graham are both medical assistance majors at the Junior College.
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