Each blood donation will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies.
A few places around town that have drinks, and food, ready to serve you this New Year’s Eve.
Nestled just on the outskirts of Retro Row, an area well-known for its independent coffee houses, Coffee Drunk has already hooked a growing number of regulars.
For locals, Leaf Over Beef will deliver your meals to your home, free of charge, for a purchase of $25 or more.
The Belmont Heights United Methodist Church is hosting a drive-thru food and coat drive, from 9 to 11 a.m. to benefit AIDS Food Store of Long Beach.
From 4 to 6 p.m., the theater will be hosting a drive-thru concession stand, offering bundles of the crispy snack, candy and other refreshments.
National Cleaners & Laundry will be accepting coat donations until the end of December.
The winner will receive a month’s rent provided by the BKBIA.
Ticket proceeds will directly benefit the church’s historic preservation fund.
“The pandemic sucks, people don’t have money for Christmas trees, so I thought, let’s try and do something cool for them.”