Las Vegas Shooting Shows How Americans Look Out For One Another In Times Of Tragedy

Tragedy has once again struck in our great country and Americans, as they do, have moved into action. There are reports of folks lined up around the block where the Red Cross in Las Vegas is taking blood donations, the most vital need right now. 

In our town, less than two hours from Las Vegas, the Red Cross is asking for blood donations today. I'll be headed over there shortly. 

The stories coming out of Las Vegas about how people helped others, saved lives and assisted first responders are quite remarkable. It's difficult to not be emotional when hearing and reading about how We the People look out for each other in times of trouble. 

May we all remember to pray for the wounded, the health care providers caring for them, and the families who have lost loved ones. 

When we come together, there is nothing we cannot overcome!

~ Mary Burkett

Mary Burkett donates blood to help the victims of the Las Vegas shooting

Mary Burkett donates blood to help the victims of the Las Vegas shooting