A Charis Fellowship church was the site of a recent blood drive to in honor of a local teen who is being treated for leukemia. Northwest Chapel, Dublin, Ohio (Rob Barlow, lead pastor), was the site of a blood drive on Sunday. The event was reported by the local Fox television station, WTTE-28. A portion of the story and a link to a recording of the broadcast story appears below. Click here to read the complete story.
Blood drive honors leukemia victim, hopes to benefit many more
A blood drive at Dublin’s Northwest Chapel Grace Brethren Church was held in honor of a local teen, still struggling to recover from leukemia.
Troy Stemen, 16, has been in remission from blood-borne cancer for several months but is still enduring a six-week stem cell transplant to ensure leukemia stays in remission.
Sunday’s blood drive was meant to honor the numerous blood transfusions Troy received, by helping to restock the Red Cross’ always low supply of blood donations.
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The story was also reported on WSYX-6, the ABC affiliate in Columbus, Ohio.