Tag: Red Cross

Lifeguard class will still be held

Lifeguard class will still be held

| March 23, 2020

The 2020 lifeguard class will still be held as the community’s pools desperately need lifeguards this year. Organizers will use Red Cross Blended Learning which means the majority of this class will be done from the students home on their home computer. You do not need an Internet connection and this will not deplete your family’s […]

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Red Cross in need of blood donors

Red Cross in need of blood donors

| January 24, 2020

COSHOCTON – If you’ve ever thought of becoming a blood donor now is the perfect time to do it. “We go through the holidays with people traveling and being busy with everything that comes with the holidays,” said Brian Williams, account representative/donor recruitment with the Central Ohio Blood Services Region. “Then you have the weather […]

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Help the Red Cross save lives by becoming a blood donor

Help the Red Cross save lives by becoming a blood donor

| July 8, 2019

COSHOCTON – Can you help the American Red Cross find its missing type? Their new slogan reads, “Without A, B and O, we can’t save anybody,” and was designed to raise awareness about the need for blood and donors. “This is a critical time for us,” said Jackie Mishler, Account Manager III for the American […]

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American Red Cross holds Safety City for kindergartners

American Red Cross holds Safety City for kindergartners

| June 24, 2019

COSHOCTON – Two buildings at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds were transformed into a classroom and a miniature city for children attending Safety City. “Safety City is seven days long and we teach the children many things to keep them safe as they start kindergarten in the fall,” said Sher Alloway, the facilitator for the week. […]

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Red Cross honors former director

Red Cross honors former director

| April 17, 2019

COSHOCTON – Beth Clary’s involvement with the Red Cross dates back to World War II. “I remember going with my mother to roll bandages,” she said. “Mother donated her time to the Red Cross for years before she was ever the director. The Red Cross is a wonderful organization.” Clary’s mother Marion Brandel was director […]

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Red Cross providing disaster assistance and education

Red Cross providing disaster assistance and education

| March 29, 2019

COSHOCTON – Since the beginning of this year, local American Red Cross disaster relief volunteers have responded to 11 fires involving 14 families. “I did almost that many all of last year,” said Doug Caton, disaster relief volunteer lead and county supervisor. “I think we did 14 all of last year.” When Red Cross volunteers […]

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Red Cross welcomes new executive director

Red Cross welcomes new executive director

| October 25, 2018

COSHOCTON – The American Red Cross welcomed its new executive director during an open house held on Oct. 23 that was attended by volunteers and Lyn Mizer, United Way Director. Matt Riddle became passionate about nonprofit work after his father passed away from cancer in 2015. “I’d been working in the corporate field for a […]

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Local Red Cross and Annin help honor Westerville officers

Local Red Cross and Annin help honor Westerville officers

| February 16, 2018

COSHOCTON – The Ohio Buckeye Region of the American Red Cross deployed flags to honor Westerville’s fallen police officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering and several of the flags used to do this came from Annin Flagmakers. “It was a very emotional day,” said Coshocton County Red Cross Volunteer Sher Alloway. Alloway picked up 720 […]

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