Give Blood….For Life at Tommy Taylor Blood Drive!
Don’t forget, the Tommy Taylor Replenishment Community Blood Drive is from 1 to 5 p.m. this THURSDAY, July 10 (tomorrow) at the Mining Museum conference center. If you did not make an appointment, Organizer Bunny Taylor said they still have slots available. Call 719-486-8742.Frank Bradach gives blood at the Tommy Taylor Blood Drive. This year, the event is Thursday, July 10 @ NMHF.
This blood drive is named after Leadville’s Tommy Taylor. In 2007, Tommy survived a terrible car accident, requiring several surgeries and need for many units of blood. This blood drive was established by the Taylor family to help replenish blood centers to help save other lives.
“We were so grateful for the community support we received during that difficult time,” said Bunny Taylor, Tommy’s wife. “Everyone kept asking what they could do to help and this seemed like the best thing we could do.”
If you can’t make this blood drive, but would like to donor blood at another time, please contact Bunny at email@example.com or you may also contact the Bonfils Blood Center at www.bonfils.org. or (800) 365-0006, ext. 2.
Land Use Workshops Next Week: Tuesday & Wednesday
Lake County and the City of Leadville will host two separate Future Land Use Workshops featuring key pad polling. The Future Land Use Plan component of the comprehensive plans will guide future growth and provide an advisory policy framework for making land use and development code decisions. The workshops will have the same format, so choose the evening and location that is the most convenient.
- Tues., July 15, 6 – 8 p.m., Emergency Services Garage, Lang Road, Twin Lakes.
- Wed., July 16, 6 – 8 p.m., National Mining Hall of Fame Ballroom, East 10th entrance, Leadville.
Participate in a key pad polling session asking your opinions about future land uses and development patterns. Key pad polling allows for electronic feedback and results appear on the screen instantly.
Workshop organizers are also asking people to take the online Community Survey regarding future Land Use in the city and county: LINK.