Pint-size heroes use their super powers to help Red Cross
EAST PRAIRIE, Mo - Doyle Elementary recently conducted its ninth annual Doyle Blood Drive with a "Be a Superhero-Save a Life" theme.
The pint-sized heroes found a record number 321 donors. There were 256 units which were considered productive and ready to go help save 768 lives.
Stuart Bain with Bain Auto Sales donated the pizzas for the winning classrooms with the most percent of donors, the Depot and Tasters donated the meal for the Red Cross. Volunteers included Focus Bank, Citizens Bank, Beautons, Alfreda Miller, Betty Banks, Dru Burton, Lois Edwards, Patti Russell and the Doyle staff.
The classrooms winning pizza parties were Leslie Allgier's preschool class and Kasey Cogdill's class.
All pint-sized heroes received a prize from the Red Cross to remind them of their life saving efforts and red beaded necklaces in the amount of donors found.