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Sirens for life

Holding hands and giving each other some support Red Deer City RCMP Inspector Karen Simon and City of Red Deer Emergency Services Deputy Chief Greg Adair share a laugh as they give blood at Canadian Blood Services on Tuesday.

Holding hands and giving each other some support Red Deer City RCMP Inspector Karen Simon and City of Red Deer Emergency Services Deputy Chief Greg Adair share a laugh as they give blood at Canadian Blood Services on Tuesday. The two were helping to kick off the Sirens for Life Campaign taking place this month at Canadian Blood Services. The theme of the campaign is “Someone still needs YOUR help” and the RCMP and the members of the EMS department have teamed up with Canadian Blood Services and are asking residents of Red Deer to take part and donate blood in support of their local emergency services teams. The campaign runs until January 31. The Canadian Blood Services blood donor clinic is located at 5020 68 St. To book an appointment visit www.blood.ca or call 1-888-2-DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

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