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Donate blood at Eldorado

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Lifeshare Blood Center in Shreveport needs you to save a life this summer by donating blood. 

Right now is a critical time to fill up the bank with enough blood to get through the rest of the summer.

You can drop by Eldorado Casino's ballroom this Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. to donate.
 
Every donor will get a free ticket to the buffet in return for giving.
 
Lifeshare is expecting up to 200 good Samaritans to come by.

 

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