Tuolumne General Hospital will collect blood at the Adult Day Care on September 22nd for the terrorist
attack victims from 9 am to 5 pm.
The Delta Blood Bank has expanded its services. They are collecting blood donations now in San Andreas at 164
East St. Charles, in Modesto at 1900 West Orangeburg Avenue, in Stockton at 2888 West March Lane, in Tracy at the Senior Center at 375 East 9th Street,
in Hilmar at 2188 Landers Road and in Lodi at 125 Hutchins Street. The blood will go to New York and Washington.
The Sonora Area Foundation
has announced that they will be working with the Community Foundation in New York, the New York Community Trust and the United Way to establish a
fund to help the victims of the recent terrorist attacks.
Monetary donations are tax deductible and donors can designate where the donations go, such as
to the victims in New York or Washington, or anywhere else emergency donations are needed. For more information, call the Foundation at
W.H. Breshears, a local fuel distribution company, donated 2500 dollars to the Red Cross Wednesday to help emergency
The Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce is accepting monetary donations for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Those
interested can drop off their check or money order at the Chamber offices at 222 South Shepard Street in Sonora. Please make the donation out to the
American Red Cross and write Disaster Relief Fund on the memo line.