By BriAnn Harvey
Mason Times staff writer
MASON — Eighty Mason High School students put aside their fear of needles, blood and missed class to help save a life on Feb. 28. The American Red Cross along with six MHS student senate members set up at 6 a.m. and tore down at 2:45 p.m. The Student Senate hosted this blood drive, and it was the second of three that it hosts every year. Twelve S.S members worked the drive throughout the day. Kathy Omillian, MHS Student Senate Advisor, said these blood drives are only open to the student body and staff because of school security issues.