Northern Lehigh H.S. Student Council Blood Drive

Blood Drive Committee members (left to right) Courtney Blocker (co-chairperson), Annelise Tarafas and Laura Beltz stand behind the display of blood drops representing every donor at the October 5th. drive at NLHS.


Northern Lehigh High School’s Student Council conducted a very successful Blood Drive in cooperation with the Miller-Keystone Blood Center. According to Student Council advisor Mrs. Renee Evans, “We met our pre-registration goal of 75 donors, and actually had over 85 people donate with walk-ins from the community.”  The Blood Drive Committee is comprised of co-chairpersons Courtney Blocker and Jessica Pavolko, Annelise Tarafas, Laura Beltz and Rebecca Blocker.

Mrs. Evans noted that the next High School Blood drive is slated for Friday, December 14 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. mark your calendars since the holiday season is a time of great need for donations with the Miller-Keystone Blood Center. Email Mrs. Evans at revans@nlsd.org or call the school at (610) 767-9832, extension #1243.

Homecoming is slated for Friday, October 19 with a pep rally at the high school where the Homecoming Court will be revealed. The annual Homecoming Parade is scheduled to start at 6:00 p.m. with the football game against Bangor in Bulldog Community Stadium. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned at halftime. On Saturday, October 20, Student Council will sponsor its Homecoming Semi-Formal Dance from 7:30-10:30 p.m. Tickets will be on sale for $10.00/person during the week of October 15-19. Tickets at the door will be $15.00 for Northern Lehigh High School students only. All guests must be pre-registered prior to Saturday, October 20. All refreshments including pizza, water, and soda is included with one’s admission tickets.

Student Council had a very profitable sale of Homecoming t-shirts and voted to give a check for $125.00 to the Northern Lehigh Community Center.

Student Council’s last October event will be sponsoring Senior Dress-Up Day on Wednesday, October 31. Prizes will be awarded in several categories to the winners.

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