5 Things: Blood and Volleyball
Here are five things to know for Nov. 3.
1. Vaccinate before you graduate. Narragansett High School has scheduled a vaccination clinic all day today. Students in grade 9-12 who have signed up for the clinic can receive the following vaccines at no cost:
- Hepatitis A
- Human Papillomavirus(HPV)
- Tetanus Booster(Tdap)
- Hepatitis B
To read vaccination information statements for each vaccination, click here.
2. Be a lifesaver today and donate blood at Narragansett High School, 245 S. Pier Road, between 7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Donating blood takes just a few minutes out of the day and is virtually painless. But its results are enormous. The Rhode Island Blood Center is in constant need of fresh supply.
3. Learn all Google has to offer at Maury Loontjens Memorial Library, 35 Kingstown Road, today at 2 p.m. Google offers many services such as web searches, g-mail, and Google Books where you can preview or read books online for free, Google Docs which allows you to store and edit documents online, or Google Reader that allows you to keep up with all your favorite websites from one screen.
4. The Narragansett High School girls volleyball team continues its quest for a title in a playoff match tonight at 6. Head to the high school, 245 S. Pier Road, to cheer on the team.
5. You'd never know there was a snowstorm just a few days ago. The unseasonable warmth is expected to continue today as temperatures near 60 degrees under sunny skies.