Life South recognized those Enterprise High School students who volunteered their time in a citywide blood drive.
The drive would commemorate the second-anniversary of the deadly tornado which killed eight students there.
LifeSouth presented several plaques and other gifts to the faculty and students who went beyond the call of duty.
161 pints of blood were collected. The high school's photo club received a $100 Wal-Mart gift card for its efforts.
Eleventh-grader Heather Pilcher was given a $50 gift card for getting some 37 folks to roll up their sleeve.
LifeSouth also thanked Principal Rick Rainer for his help in making the blood drive possible.
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