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Peter Jacobson, president of Essentia Health-St. Mary's, presented a check for $26,116 to Detroit Lakes Noon Rotary. Accepting the check on Rotary's behalf is Adrienne Buboltz, chairperson of the Rotary Blood Screening Project. Submitted Photo

Noon Rotary raises over $26,000 with blood screening

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The Detroit Lakes Noon Rotary Club hosted its 23rd annual Blood Screening at Essential Health-St. Mary's in September, generating $26,116 for various scholarship activities.

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The net proceeds from the event help to support the club's donations to Detroit Lakes Dollars for Scholars, Frazee and Lake Park-Audubon College Scholarships, Rotary Youth Leadership Academy, Model United Nations Assembly, TeacHaiti, and the student foreign exchange program.

This past September, 2,144 people participated in the seven-day blood screening event. Essentia Health and their employees are major contributors to this event with the assistance of Detroit Lakes Noon Rotary and Sanford Health.

The blood screenings provide a great service at a great price. For $35, participants receive cholesterol, triglyceride, lipoproteins, glucose, potassium, creatinine, hemogram, white blood cell counts and lever tests.

Blood screenings help assess a person's current health status and may alert an individual to an unknown pre-existing condition as well as encourage lifestyle and diet changes due to analysis values.

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