Get Free Passes To Mt Olympus at Germantown Kiwanis Blood Drive
This month, if you make a donation of your blood to the Germantown Kiwanis Blood Drive you will receive four free tickets to the Mount Olympus Outdoor Waterpark in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The Kiwanis blood drive is scheduled for Monday, April 1, 2019 at the Kennedy Middle School in Germantown.
As an added insentive to giving blood this month, every attempting donor will receive a coupon for four free passes to the popular Mount Olympus Outdoor Waterpark, a top Wisconsin Dells resort attraction. There are a limited number of passes available so register with the Blood Center of Wisconsin now to get your free passes.
It is important to make an appointment when donating blood. Donors who set up an appointment ahead of time will be served first by the crew from the Blood Center of Wisconsin. They can have you in-and-out in 20 minutes to a half hour. Walk-in donors are also appreciated, but if you are on a tight time schedule it may not be as convenient for you. It takes less time if you are a regular donor because there is less paperwork that is required.
The Kiwanis Blood Drive is held at the Kennedy Middle School, W160 N11836 Crusader Ct, Germantown, Wisconsin. (You can view the accompanying map for the location.) Enter the school through Door Number 1.
The previous Kiwanis Community Blood Drive, February 4, 2019, was very successful. Jeannine Reszel of the Blood Center of Wisconsin reported a record number of blood units donated. “We signed in 68 donors and collected 54 whole blood units and three dual reds,” she wrote in her letter to Kiwanis. “That’s terrific. And we also had four first time blood donors. Wow!”
She noted in her comments that blood is ever more important in saving lives. “Our goal was to collect 48 units of blood. You surpassed even our high goals.” She concluded by thanking the Kiwanis Club of Germantown.
Germantown Kiwanis has been sponsoring the Germantown Community Blood Drive partnering with the Blood Center of Wisconsin for the past six years. They have underscored the critical need for donor blood to save lives here in Southeastern Wisconsin. This is an opportunity for every citizen to contribute to their community in a meaningful way.