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Blood was stored for future transfusions for the first time in World War I. In recognition of this life-saving achievement, the Museum and Memorial is partnering with the Community Blood Center for a biannual donation event. Please join us to support those in need just as soldiers did 100 years ago. To find out more details about eligibility, the donation process and to make an appointment, please visit savealifenow.org. Appointments are strongly encouraged as space is limited.

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