Honesdale High School boasts four participants in the Red Cross’s Leaders Save Lives Program.

Honesdale High School is the Regional Leader for most students to ever participate in this program.

Students must possess leadership and planning skills and work with the Regional Director to reserve a date and location for their own blood drive.

The goal of the drive is to collect 25 pints of blood.

This year, four Seniors have stepped up to the plate:

The students each hosted their own blood drives in conjunction with the Red Cross. Collectively, they tallied 70 pints of blood!

We congratulate these Seniors with displaying outstanding initiative and leadership skills.