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September 24, 2018

Kinney Drugs’ Project Makes Yuletide Bright For Michaud Residents


FULTON – Kinney Drugs in Fulton has once again helped to make the “Yuletide Season bright” for residents of Michaud Residential Health Services.

From left are Jennifer Larrie of Kinney Drugs in Fulton, coordinator of the “Be A Santa For A Senior” Program; along with manager Mark Avallone; and Michaud Residential Health Services administrator Mary Costigan. Kinney Drugs in Fulton accepted donated gifts from Kinney employees and members of the community on behalf of the residents at Michaud to help brighten the holidays.

From left are Jennifer Larrie of Kinney Drugs in Fulton, coordinator of the “Be A Santa For A Senior” Program; along with manager Mark Avallone; and Michaud Residential Health Services administrator Mary Costigan. Kinney Drugs in Fulton accepted donated gifts from Kinney employees and members of the community on behalf of the residents at Michaud to help brighten the holidays.

Through its “Be A Santa For A Senior” program, the Fulton Kinney Drugs collected gifts, and donated them to Michaud – to help make sure residents find something special under the Christmas tree this season.

Kinney employees and members of the Fulton community left presents under a special Christmas tree in the store – Kinney even supplied the gift wrapping paper to help create a memorable gift.

“Our residents appreciate the gifts, and appreciate knowing that they are still regarded as an important part of our community,” said Mary Costigan, administrator of Michaud Residential Health Services. “We here at Michaud thank our neighbors at Kinney Drugs in Fulton for organizing this program, and thank all the folks who stopped at Kinney Drugs and supported this special holiday effort.”

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