Pharmacy offers free vitamins for children

Susan Pappas, retail pricing manager at the Red Cross Pharmacy in Fulton, holds a bottle of Red Cross Children's Multivitamins to be given away each month to parents of children kindergarten through the 5th grade who register for the program at the store.

Susan Pappas, retail pricing manager at the Red Cross Pharmacy in Fulton, holds a bottle of Red Cross Children's Multivitamins to be given away each month to parents of children kindergarten through the 5th grade who register for the program at the store. Photo by Don Norfleet.

Free vitamins for all Callaway County school children from kindergarten through the 5th grade are available at the Red Cross Pharmacy in Fulton.

The free vitamins are part of a new company-wide policy of the family-owned drug store.

Rachel Lipp of the Fulton pharmacy said a registration form for the program is available for parents to pick up at the store at 600 Court St. or online at www.redcrosspharmacy.com.

Lipp said a parent of any eligible child can then bring the completed form to the Red Cross Pharmacy in Fulton to receive a punch card and the child’s first free month’s supply of Red Cross Pharmacy Brand Children’s multivitamins.

After the registration is completed, Lipp said, a parent only needs to present the punch card to a pharmacy staff member each month for a free 30-day supply of vitamins.

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