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Fayette County Sheriff’s Office Celebrates 200 Years with Bicentennial Blood Drive

Special to Fayette County News 

FAYETTEVILLE — In honor of Fayette County’s Bicentennial year, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a Bicentennial Blood Drive on March 31.

Fayette County is celebrating its bicentennial year since its founding in 1822, by lending a helping hand for those in need. 

The blood drive will take place at 155 Johnson Avenue in Fayetteville, GA and will begin at 10 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. 

Classroom A is designated for phlebotomy/screening and bloodmobile while classroom B is designated for registration. 

The first 200 blood donors will receive a custom Fayette County Sheriff’s Blood Drive t-shirt in honor of the celebration. 

By Leah Banks

Leah Banks is a reporter for Fayette News. She graduated from Loyola University - New Orleans with a degree in Journalism in May 2019. As a reporter, she covers mainly Peachtree City and Tyrone areas. Leah has an interest in community outreach as well as local initiatives. In her free time, she enjoys reading mystery novels and listening to jazz music. Leah can be reached at leah@fayette-news.net.