Blood drive set May 4 at Royse City High in memory of Craig Bowers

ROYSE CITY – the Royse City Early Bird Rotary Club and Royse City High School (RCHS) Interact Club will host a blood drive with the American Red Cross, Friday, May 4, in memory former Royse City High School assistant principal Craig Bowers, who recently passed away.

The blood drive will be at RCHS from 8 am to 2 pm.

The Red Cross urges those who are healthy to donate blood or platelets to help revive the nation’s blood supply. Because someone needs blood every two seconds, patients depend on consistent voluntary donations.

“Craig strived to make an impact on students’ lives and inspired everyone with his giving, selfless character,” said Mary Ellis, Red Cross blood drive volunteer.

“He was the type of person that would always volunteer to help or go the extra mile without being asked. A blood drive is a great way to honor Craig’s memory since it will help people and that’s what he loved to do.”

Please call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org to schedule an appointment to donate blood or platelets at a Red Cross donation center or blood drive.

By J.J. Smith, Publisher

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