Headlines Pertaining to A Story on Blood Donations:

Headline topics should be short, to the point and flow with the story. If you are assigned to pitch a story to your editor about a blood donation for two days on your school campus, it’s important to label the story headlines as:

  1. “Donate Blood To Save Lives? We Are Here For Those in Need Now!”
  2. “Are You Here To Save Lives? Donate Your Blood For (insert company)!”
  3. “Need to donate blood? They Are Here For Your Support!”
  4. “Do You Help Those in Need? If So, Please Donate Your Blood Here!”

As repetitive as these headlines are, it’s crucial for them to be parallel with each other based upon the interviewees and their reasons to donate blood in order to save someone’s life.

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Spring Approaching Slowly On The Rise:

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As early as February, the temperatures moved into the high 70’s while the weather dips back into winter one week before Spring arrives. Here is an image taken in March on a cold day with the chance of grass gradually growing on the ground slowly as the wind blows against the tree branches with no pedals on the sticks yet.