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From left, Laura Caron, senior member service representative; Kim Moreland, account manager donor services; blood donor Melanie da Costa and her father, Steve da Costa.

The $189 million, 16,600-member Dutch Point Credit Union in Wethersfield, Conn., hosted a blood drive on Nov. 1 at its Newington branch. The American Red Cross said that at that point, already some 300 blood drives had been canceled in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy and put out a call for help.

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