Blood donors roll up sleeves for 9/11 tribute

Becky Shrout, left, and Lauren Brown, both of Corry, took time out of their busy day Thursday to donate blood during the Day of Remembrance Blood Drive at the Corry Chapter of the American Red Cross. The drive is held annually in honor of police officers, firefighters and other first responders who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Journal photo by Stephen Sears

Give Lauren Brown an A+ for her community service work Thursday for the Corry Chapter of the American Red Cross.

Brown, of Corry, rolled up her sleeves to give blood at the organization’s fourth annual Day of Remembrance Blood Drive held at chapter headquarters at 134 E. Main St.

See the Journal’s Friday, September 9th edition for full story.

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