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(Photo by Alena Schwarz) Just a few weeks after the Fall Inova Blood Drive, Inova has announced the next Capitals bobblehead for the Winter Drive. The next bobblehead you will receive when you give a pint will be Washington Dog forward Jay Beagle. More than 500 people have already signed up. Keep an eye on Inova’s Twitter or […]
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