Keychains Reflection

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Teaching the keychain craft was a good experience. We started off with some number 6 plastic, we than taped our designs to the back of the plastic. After that, we used a thin sharpie to outline our design. When that was done, we went in with some color and finished our design for one pin. We then repeated those step to make a couple more designs. When we were happy with all our designs, we preheated the oven to 325 degrees. Next, when the oven is done preheating, we placed our designs on a pan lined with parchment paper, and put it in the oven. We then preceded to bake the designs for around 2 minutes. Our designs shrank down and became thicker. We waited for them to cool down a bit and we were done. The result was several beautiful and homemade keychains. To sum it up, with was a great experience, and I had a lot of fun making these adorable keychains.

LMC in Action, Call for Blood Donation

The Pacific Northwest’s blood supply is at risk of collapse in coming days. The accelerating number of blood drive cancellations due to the closure of schools, businesses, and events over coronavirus concerns has put nearly 60% of the community’s blood supply in jeopardy. With exponentially decreasing opportunities for the public to donate, our community blood supply is in real danger. For the safety and care of current and future patients, Bloodworks is urging the community to step up to donate and spread word of the current need.

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