Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy is making a difference across the Greenbrier Valley. The pharmacy recently donated 250 pounds of fresh, locally-raised pork to the Greenbrier Valley Children’s Home in Rupert. The hog was purchased from Ty Nickell of Clintonville at the Greenbrier/Monroe Youth Livestock Association (GMYLA) Sale that took place during the 2017 State Fair of West Virginia. Nickell is a member of the Greenbrier County Sharp Shooters 4-H Club.
The Greenbrier Valley Children’s Home in Rupert is operated by Children’s Home Society of West Virginia and has served over 200 children since opening its doors on Aug. 1, 2015. “Donations such as this help us meet the needs of children from our community who reside at the shelter,” said Janet Richmond, regional director for Children’s Home Society. “We appreciate the continued, year-round support from Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy,” Richmond said.