One of our very own IHS employees, Cynthia Bell goes to jail. Cynthia volunteered to go to jail today for a good cause, the MDA lock up. Her bail was set at $1600-- she raised $1035. That will send 1 child to a MDA Summer Camp and fund medical supplies for four days while at [...]
We nominate Miranda Chambers, one of our very own pharmacists, for this year’s Best Actress award! Miranda is performing this week in a dinner theater production benefitting the DeKalb County Children’s Advocacy Center. The play, “The One That Got Away”, was written by local, Eddie McPherson. Miranda has been involved in four other plays benefitting [...]
Andi and Brandi visited the jail at Maury County Tn on Wednesday, Jan 13th. While visiting with the medical staff, they were able to visit Puckett's in Columbia TN for lunch.
Jade, Andi and Shannon are showing off their team spirit. All are looking forward to the BCS National Championship game tonight between Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers.
Myra and Ms. Jessie IHS Pharmacy congratulates Ms. Jessie as she starts a new beginning in her life. Ms. Jessie started her retirement from IHS Pharmacy on January 1, 2016. Even though we miss her, we are truly excited for her new adventure!
On December 23rd we celebrated Christmas at IHS Pharmacy. We had a wonderful meal and conversation. Gifts were presented to Mr. Roy, Ms. Louise and Myra. Also, we raised $1000 to donate to Toys for Tots! Mr. Roy and Myra ended the meal with year end speeches and a preview of what to expect in [...]
Naughty or nice? Mr. Roy has made his list and is packing the UPS sleigh for Christmas peanuts to come your way! Merry Christmas from IHS Pharmacy!
IHS Pharmacy is thankful for all who have served our country. We especially thank and recognize our two service employees: Wendall Elliott and Cathy Jones. Mr. Wendall served in the US Army during the Korean War. Cathy Jones served in the US Navy for 16 years as a Chief Hospital Corpsman aboard the USS Shenandoah AD-44 and worked [...]
50 years ago on October 20, 1965, Ms. Jessie went to work for Mr. Roy at Sanderson Drug. Mr. Roy always jokes, that Ms. Jessie was so young, that her Mother had to ask him for her job. Ms. Jessie said she learned many things from Mr. Roy, but most importantly, how to serve customers [...]