News Archives 9/01 - 11/01
Frederick Pfarrius of Woodcliff Lake (center), a regular platelet donor who works at Wenger, maker of the genuine Swiss Army knife, donated waist/fanny packs that easily convert to convenient backpacks which were handed out to blood donors during the holiday season to thank them for donating. Also pictured are Maureen Barker (left) of the apheresis department and Susan Mysliwiec (right), donor recruitment director.
Former platelet donor Frederick Taussig of Englewood (center) presents his annual monetary contribution to Community Blood Services' Maureen Barker in the apheresis department (left) and Susan Mysliwiec, director of donor recruitment (right). Since Mr. Taussig can no longer donate blood he chooses instead to to help the center each year by donating money that is used towards donation equipment or programs to help promote the importance of donating blood.
United For Life program will make blood available as needed at no cost to family members of those killed in the World Trade Center disaster and to family members of police and firefighters who perish in the line of duty.
Massage therapist Micki Kuttler recently offered CBS employees like Nidia Carreras (right) free massage therapy at the center. Micki offers Swedish, Deep Tissue and Pre-natal massages, as well as Reflexology. She is NY licensed and nationally certified. Micki has a seated massage that can be used at the workplace. Contact her at 201-385-6872.  
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