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From left are Alex Tainsh, chairman of the board for the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee; Mark Harvey, executive director for the foundation; Mickey Blazer, Food City executive vice president of pharmacy and fuel operations; Ken Slagle, Food City pharmacy operations manager; Amanda McCall, Food City pharmacy professional services manager; and Rick Bishop, Food City executive vice president of operations, Chattanooga division.

In honor of National Pharmacist Day, which took place on Jan. 12, our team of more than 250 Food City pharmacists made a $2,500 donation to the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee.

Founded in 1977, the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee is the only organization in the greater Chattanooga and North Georgia area committed to assisting individuals with epilepsy and seizure disorders. Its mission is to help individuals who are affected by epilepsy and seizure disorders to enjoy a greater quality of life by helping to remove or reduce many of the challenges created by epilepsy.

— Tammy Baumgardner

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