Tremper Blood Drive Set for Thursday

Tremper High School hosts its 37th annual Blood Drive and they’re asking for your help. Students have set a goal of 1-thousand donors at the drive after they set a new statewide record for the largest one day high school blood drive in Wisconsin with 777 donations. Since the event began in 1982, over 23-thousand donations have been collected. If you would like to donate appointments are encouraged and walk ins are welcome. The event will be at Tremper this Thursday from 7 AM to 7 PM. Refreshments will be provided. The Blood Center of Wisconsin says that right now they have an especially great need for O negative donors. For more info visit


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