School Of Pharmacy Makes Holiday-Themed Crafts To Raise Funds For United Way
The School of Pharmacy's annual United Way hoagie sale was expanded this year to include the sale of school-made holiday crafts. Dr. Suzanne Higginbotham organized the participation of 22 students, faculty and staff, who gathered in Bayer Learning Center on November 8 to create one-of-a-kind wreaths, mini Christmas trees, ornaments, and wine glasses. The crafts were sold during hoagie order pick-up on November 10.
The $1,000 generated by the sale will benefit the Center for Pharmacy Care, for which Higginbotham serves as Director.
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