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Archive for August, 2016

Happy First Day Back to Books and Teachers and Loads of Learning!


We want to wish all the area Fairbanks and Jonathan Alder students, staff, and teachers a happy first day of school today, August 17!

We remember what that first day was like–the smell of new shoes, a clean school building, and fresh sheets of paper. Excitement over seeing friends you had not seen in several weeks and worries about the challenges of trigonometry, Shakespearean tragedies, and hundreds of other facts that needed shoved in a brain a bit sluggish from summer vacation.

Enjoy each day as if it were the first!

Have a super first day and a wonderful 2016-2017 school year.

Dr. Michael Davis Will Speak about Heart Disease Prevention and Management on Tuesday, August 23, at 5 pm at the Pleasant Valley Senior Center.

2016_08_15_12_32_04.pdf000As part of the Plain City Druggist Community Lecture Series, Dr. Michael Davis, the former medical director of The Heart Partnership Cardiovascular Program in collaboration with The Ohio State University (OSU) and Memorial Hospital of Union County (MHUC), will speak about Heart Disease Prevention and Management on Tuesday, August 23, at the Pleasant Valley Senior Center, 390 Allgyer Drive in Plain City.

Dr. Davis’ talk will get underway at 5 pm.

If you would like to attend the first in this series of lectures on health topics, please call the drugstore to reserve your seat: 614-873-0880. Food will be provided. A map showing the location of the Pleasant Valley Senior Center is furnished at the bottom of this posting.

Dr. Davis is also the former medical director of The Cleveland Clinic and Fisher-Titus Snyder-White Heart and Vascular Institute. He is the only board certified Vascular Medicine Specialist on staff at MHUC and the only participating Vascular Medicine Specialist in Union, Madison, and Champaign counties. He successfully performed the first cardiac catheterization and peripheral vascular intervention at MHUC.

Additionally, Dr. Davis also started the Union County “Walk with a Doc Program.”

Dr. Davis graduated from Wright State University’s College of Medicine in 2003 and was awarded the American College of Physicians (ACP) Award for most outstanding senior medical student entering Internal Medicine in May 2003. He went on to become board certified in Internal Medicine at The Ohio State University in 2006. Following that, he became board certified in Cardiovascular Medicine, also from The Ohio State University, in 2009. Additionally, he is a board certified Endovascular Specialist and is board certified in Interventional Cardiology.

Dr. Davis currently works from his office with Electrophysiology and Pacing Interventionalists located at 106 North Murray Hill Road in Columbus where he is an active partner in the cardiovascular practice. You can reach the office at 614-228-0491.


Congratulations to Bob and Jenny Borchers on 50 Years of Marriage!

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Many of you know our wonderful compounding pharmacist, Bob Borchers, who slaves away making all types of concoctions for the patients of Midwestern Compounding Pharmacy.

On Saturday, August 13, Bob and his lovely bride, Jenny, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Please help us congratulate them by sending an email message to Bob’s email address: bborchers1@hotmail.com

You can also mail them a card: Bob and Jenny Borchers, c/o Plain City Druggist, PO Box 126, Plain City, OH 43064

We send lots of love and blessings to this wonderful couple. Bob and Jenny, we wish you fifty more years of love and happiness. You are truly a dynamic duo.

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Second Annual Marysville Charity Car Show is August 13.

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The second annual Marysville Charity Car Show will rev into action on Saturday, August 13 with registration beginning at 8 am until 11:30 am. Awards will be presented at 3 pm.

After the presentation of the awards, the top ten cars will participate in a special cruise-in on the main airport runway of the All Ohio Balloon Fest. There will also be six foot tall trophies!!

The Marysville Charity Car Show benefits the Union County Foundation and the Arthritis Foundation, Great Lakes Region. So come out for some fun that helps very worthy groups!

The Charity Car Show will be held at Honda Marysville, 640 Coleman’s Crossing Blvd in Marysville.

From July 30 to the day of the event, registration is $30. Extra tickets are $5 per person or $10 per family, with kids under 12 FREE.

You can register online at www.MarysvilleCharityCarShow.com or print out the registration form below. Just click on it to enlarge and then print. It is at the very bottom of this posting.

For more information, visit the Union County Foundation web site HERE. You can also call 937-642-9618 or email: MCCS@unioncountyfoundation.org

Additionally, on that Saturday, the 41st Annual All Ohio Balloon Fest will be finishing up from 2 pm to 10 pm at the Union County Airport, 760 Clymer Road, Marysville. A single-day admission is $10 and kids under 12 are free.

There will be a Marysville Charity Car Show Friends and Founders VIP Dinner to kick off the second annual car show on Friday, August 12 at Hinckley’s in Marysville beginning at 5:30 pm in a private dining room upstairs. Seating is limited to 60 people. Tickets are $50 per individual or $80 per couple.

A Community Day at the Market will also be taking place at the newly opened Partners Park in Historic Uptown Marysville. The Union County Farmers Market will be extended until 2 pm in Partners Park. Free shuttle service will be available from the Marysville Art League’s Houston House to Partners Park and to Honda Marysville, so you can partake in all the exciting events.

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Please Meet Our Student Pharmacist for August, Ben Coles.

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We are so lucky to have a student pharmacist again this month from The Ohio State University’s College of Pharmacy. Ben Coles is a fourth year student who will graduate in May 2017 and then go on to practice as a pharmacist. In this posting, we’d like to introduce you to Ben.

Here is what Ben has to say about himself:

Hello! My name is Ben Coles and I am a fourth year student at The Ohio State University’s College of Pharmacy. I grew up in Georgetown, Ohio (a small town in southern Ohio) until I was 15, at which time my family moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. I finished high school in Utah and completed my undergraduate degree in exercise sciences at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah.

Before starting at BYU, I completed a two year, full-time, mission for my church in Samoa in the South Pacific. Upon returning from Samoa, I met my wife and, after dating for a while, we were married in 2011. We have two children, both boys–Davis who is 3 and Griffin who is 1.

In my free time, I like to spend time with my family at the great metro parks around Columbus and go on road trips to all the super places surrounding Columbus and Ohio. I am a religious reader of a theme park blog where I indulge my love for roller coasters and theme parks.

I have worked as a pharmacy intern for Grant Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio for the past three years. Before starting pharmacy school, I worked for Rite Aid Pharmacy in Provo, Utah for three years, as well. After graduation, I plan on completing a two year residency in hospital pharmacy administration and hope to become a hospital pharmacy manager.

I am excited to spend the month of August at Plain City Druggist and get to know all the great patients!