NC Compounding-Only Pharmacy, Stanley Apothecary, Sponsors 1st Annual Run The Ridge Race To Raise Money for Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern NC

November 21, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
(Raleigh, NC) Stanley Apothecary, NC based compounding-only pharmacy, proudly sponsored the 1st Annual Run The Ridge race in Raleigh, NC. The event raised $3500 which went to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern North Carolina.

The 5K Run/1 mile walk was held Saturday, November 3, 2007 at the Delta Ridge and Glenwood North residential community in Raleigh.

Gold sponsors of the Run The Ridge race, TriMark Solutions, Rocky Top Hospitality and ICAP Energy, along with 160 paid participants donated $3500 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Eastern NC.

Other sponsors of the 1st Annual Run The Ridge event include: Salon Kroma, Carolina Ear and Hearing Clinic, Barefoot Deals, Insight Property Group, Stanley Supplements, Waraji Restaurant, Askeland Chiropractic, Triangle Style Magazine, and Daniel Island Condos.

Doug Yoch, Pharm D, owner of Stanley Apothecary said, "We make a lot of compounded medication for children and we are always happy to support organizations that are looking out for our younger patients."

Event chairman and TriMark Solutions President Randy Goins stated, "Make-A-Wish is a great charity that puts smiles on kids faces when they need them the most. For that reason alone, the TriMark team couldn’t be more proud to donate our time and talent to support such a worthy cause! We look forward to next year’s event."

Plans are already in progress for the 2nd Annual Run the Ridge event, tentatively scheduled for Fall, 2008.

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The Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Eastern North Carolina has one purpose- to grant wishes to children between the ages from of 2 1/2 and 18 with life-threatening medical conditions. The benefits of wish fulfillment are many and varied. Though it is difficult to measure the effect a wish has on a child, we believe that while doctors provide the medicine, the Make-A-Wish Foundation provides the magic.