Cromaine participating in Michigan Libraries for Life

2017 Cromaine Staff members proudly display that they are already Registered Donors
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Cromaine District Library will once again participate in Michigan Libraries for Life. Donor drive dates are Oct. 9-15.

A commemorative quilt in honor of the drive will be on display throughout the week. Volunteers will staff a registration table with refreshments and giveaways at various times during the week.

For more information on becoming a donor, visit giftoflifemichigan.org or stop by Cromaine Library during the donor drive.

Barbara Rentola, the Libraries for Life coordinator for Cromaine, said she is proud that the volunteer presence and support for the program has grown each year.

This seven-day campaign involves more than 150 libraries across the state, each inspiring local residents to join the Michigan Organ Donor Registry, and educating them on the facts of organ, tissue and eye donation. The libraries involved in the campaign are located throughout Michigan, from Houghton to Dearborn, and from South Haven to Detroit. Since its inception, Michigan Libraries for Life has inspired 3,500 people to sign up as donors.

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