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In recognition of Stroke Prevention Awareness month, the LaBelle Community Woman’s Club, 382 W. Hickpochee, will be holding an event on May 17 more
Raye Deusinger, who jokingly calls herself the Vampire Lady, received an unexpected gift from her friends from the Okeechobee Blood Roundup this week. more
FORT MYERS — Lee Health is seeking blood donations to help replenish supply levels. Current blood supplies are critically low, and Lee Health’s blood centers are in urgent need of … more
Despite claims she used the syringes filled with methamphetamine to control her blood sugar ... more
Each year, the Florida Department of Health recognizes February as Heart Month, a time to increase heart disease... more
Help save lives by donating blood when the Big Red Bus visits the Legion on Dec. 9… more
The 16th Annual Okeechobee Blood Roundup is set for Nov. 20 and 21. more
Debbie Cogswell recounts her harrowing medical emergency, more
The 16th Annual Okeechobee Blood Roundup is Nov. 20-21. more
The 16th Annual Okeechobee Blood Roundup will be held at the Freshman Campus Auditorium Nov. 20 and 21. more
In 1971 Susan William's father may have lost his life from internal bleeding if not for the donations of others. more
Donate blood and save a life. The blood mobile will be at the American Legion Post #130, 699 Hickpochee Ave., on Thursday, Oct. 14, from noon to 6 p.m. more
Alicia Lachance is President of the Republican Club of Okeechobee. She wants to share her stories – not one but five – of receiving donated blood. more
In order to promote awareness of the upcoming 16th Annual Okeechobee Blood Roundup to be held at the Freshman Campus... more
The following is a list of blood drives taking place in Okeechobee for the month of October. more
With so much “bad news” around today, please allow me to give you some good news. A huge project is currently in the works which... more
The following is a list of blood drives taking palce in Okeechobee for the month of September. more
If you are at least 17 years old and in good health, you can help save lives by donating blood. Come save Okeechobee lives. more
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