Tag Archives: @OzarksBlood

Watching Over Whiskers Adopt-a-Drive

January 21, 2019

  Join Community Blood Center of the Ozarks and Watching Over Whiskers as we “take paws, and donate blood.” Give blood at CBCO’s Thomson Donor Center in Springfield, Missouri, Monday, January 21 through Saturday, January 26, and help support two great causes. If you’re able, bring an item needed by WOW to place in the […]

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Newborn Requires Blood Due to Velamentous Cord Insertion Complications

January 8, 2019

Jessica Bower’s face lights up when she talks about her son, Joshua. “He is so strong-willed. He’s such a joy. He’s an amazing human being,” she says of the smiling boy who she and husband Jamie welcomed into the world August 6, 2017. “Can you believe it? We get to experience the rest of our lives with him. People […]

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January 2019 is National Volunteer Blood Donor Month

January 1, 2019

Resolve to save lives in January 2019 and celebrate your good health. Give blood at one of our four donor centers or select mobile blood drives* between January 7 – 31, 2019, and you’ll receive this groovy pair of socks! Make Your Appointment To Donate Now You can make a real difference in the lives […]

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Bleed Blue 2018

June 5, 2018

Bleed Blue Blood Drive on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, offers NWA Naturals Tickets, Collectible T-shirt, Food & Fun Tuesday, June 5, 2018, Community Blood Center of the Ozarks and the Northwest Arkansas Naturals will hold the 11th annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive. Each Bleed Blue Blood Drive participant will receive two reserved dugout premium tickets (seats behind either […]

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Kickapoo High School Valedictorian Beats Ewing’s Sarcoma

May 29, 2018

Twenty-eighteen has been a big year for 18-year-old Kelsie Mitchell. She was one of nine valedictorians graduating from Springfield’s Kickapoo High School, served on student council’s Cabinet leadership group, and was a member of the National Honor Society. And she has made plans to attend Truman State University in the fall. But just eight years ago, her main accomplishment was survival. “That’s […]

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