Key Club Works to Save Lives with Blood Drive

On Feb. 25, the high school key club held their second blood drive of the school year. Students, faculty and staff donated 43 traditional pints and 22 ALYX for a total of 65 pints to be given to the New York Blood Center.  

“This has been a wonderful year for the high school and the key club,” said Maddalena Buffalino, the club’s adviser. “One pint of blood can save up to three lives and we collected 121 pints in the 2013-2014 school year alone.”

The Key Club, which has approximately 100 student members in grades nine to 12, is the high school’s largest service organization.