Kinsmen and Kinettes in the district are gearing up. Shauntelle Pihulak of the Dryden Kinettes also helps with their national committee that works with Canadian Blood Services.
"Just encouraging everybody to go out and give blood. They're always looking for donors. It's important for all kinds of illnesses, accidents. They never have enough blood. It's easy for you to give. It doesn't cost you a thing," she said.
A blood donor clinic is set for Kenora next week.
Brad Coles is the treasurer for the Dryden Kinsmen. During last week's installations, he talked about why he enjoys working with the service club.
"I've been here for 16 years. I like to see our projects through. I like to help out our community, as well," he added.
The Kinsmen have a magic show coming up next month, with proceeds to help community projects. Coles says his favourite project is the dragon boat races in July.
Executive members for clubs in Zone 3 of District 2 were installed by their deputy governor, Kelly Sobering, who is a life member of the service club.
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