Thursday, August 13, 2020
Sales of Face Masks Benefit Mental Health Programs
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Luke Snell of Luke’s Family Pharmacy and Christina Cernansky, the director of NAMI-WRV, manhandle the check representing money that will aid NAMI’s support groups.
   
Saturday, July 25, 2020
 

Luke’s Family Pharmacy in Hailey raised $1,100 through the sale of face masks as a fundraiser for NAMI-WRV.

The money will go to NAMI’s free online support groups for families, adults and teens.

“I’m excited to partner with NAMI-WRV,” said Luke Snell, owner of Luke’s Family Pharmacy. “I’m very concerned for the mental health of our community as this pandemic continues to have profound effects on our lives. It’s important for our community to know that we have a great resource in NAMI for mental wellness and free support groups for families, adults, and teens faced with mental health challenges during these trying times!”


 

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