Monthly Archives: January 2016

Make This Super Bowl Sunday Fun and Safe!

The 50th Super Bowl is just around the corner. On Sunday, February 7th 2016 many of us will be enjoying the thrill of watching the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers compete. And while it’s important to enjoy the big game … Continue reading

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Fire Hurts…Red Cross Helps Campaign Kick-Off

On Thursday, January 28, the Red Cross of Southern Nevada and the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada (PFFN) will launch the annual Fire Hurts…Red Cross Helps Campaign.  The launch will take place at the Henderson Fire Training Center at 10:30am.  … Continue reading

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Vote for FedEx Air & Ground Players of the Year – Proceeds go to local Red Cross

This year, one QB and one RB will be crowned the FedEx Air & Ground Player of the Year.  Let’s focus on the players that make plays through the Air.  After all, it’s a passing league.  Each of these players … Continue reading

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The American Red Cross: Looking Forward to 100 Years in Southern Nevada

June 2017 will mark 100 years of the American Red Cross in Southern Nevada. Formed through the efforts of a small group of women, volunteering at a local hospital and making clothing for those in need, the Red Cross in … Continue reading

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Become a Volunteer with The American Red Cross

“The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.” Each day the American Red Cross supports people in emergencies. Whether helping those displaced through … Continue reading

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You Can Help the Red Cross, and Your Community, with Home Fire Preparedness

On January 18th we will celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Each year we take this opportunity to celebrate the life and works of this community leader who was committed to non-violent social change, the principles of … Continue reading

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