4/15/2013 9:03 AM
by Nadine Grimley
OAK HILL - Two young women with cancer want to bump bone marrow donation numbers in Southern West Virginia.
Chelsey Light, a 2011 Oak Hill High School graduate, and Jamie Massey, a junior, are bringing Be The Match and the Red Cross to the city so that people can give blood and register to become a bone marrow donor.
Chelsey and Jamie's Day Donorama is scheduled for April 27 at the Fellowship Building of the Oak Hill Gospel Tabernacle from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Donations will be accepted to help offset the costs of transplants.
Appointments are still available to give blood. Call (304)-663-2410 to schedule your appointment. No appointments are needed to register to become a bone marrow donor.
For more information call (304)-663-2410, (304)-640-2295, or e-mail email@example.com. For more information on bone marrow registry, click here