Published: November 6, 2011
Reeves-Sain has taken the concept of personalized health care to a new level with its Wellness Pharmacy Center.
“Mainstream medications don’t work for every single person, so our job is to find out what you need as an individual and make that medicine for you in our compounding lab,” Reeves-Sain spokeswoman Lori Sain Smith explained.
The new center provides a number of highly personalized solutions, including custom medication treatments, medication therapy management, clinical programs and workplace wellness, among others.
“It is all in alignment with the ‘whole body’ concept,” Smith continued, adding that the Wellness Pharmacy Center provides pharmaceutical grade supplements and skin care in natural components.
Reeves-Sain will celebrate the opening of its Wellness Pharmacy Center at 4 p.m. Tuesday with a Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting next to the Medi-Pak facility behind the pharmacy building on Memorial Boulevard.
Visit reevessain.com or call 615-278-3387 for more information.
Celebrate your hometown this holiday season with a commemorative plate illustrating 15 Murfreesboro landmarks.
“With all the growth and change that Murfreesboro has experienced over the last few years, we thought it was important to commemorate those iconic landmarks that make Murfreesboro what it is today,” said Susan Grear, owner of The Write Impression, an independent stationery and gift store on the Square.
“I am so excited about the new Murfreesboro plate because everyone who comes to Murfreesboro just loves our town and many decide to make their home here! I have picked the places and events that I love and have been a part of my life.”
Notable landmarks include the Historic Downtown Murfreesboro, Rutherford County Courthouse, Oaklands Historic House Museum, Center for the Arts, Murfreesboro City Hall and JazzFest, among others.
The 10-inch square commemorative platter is available exclusively at The Write Impression. For questions or to place an order for the white china plate with black illustrations, call 615-217-2109.
Rutherford County Farmers’ Market will kick off its Sunday market at 2 p.m. today with a celebration of local goods, food and music.
From Nov. 6 to Dec. 18, the Rutherford County Farmers’ Market will be open every Sunday afternoon from 2-5 p.m. at the Lane Agri-Park Community Center, in Murfreesboro.
During the Extended Season, market vendors will have holiday gifts, fall greens, winter squash, sweet potatoes, local honey, grass-fed beef, fresh eggs, herbs, firewood, chestnuts, poinsettias, Christmas trees, fresh greenery, kettle corn, jams & jellies, breads & sweets, and a variety of other local products. All RCFM producers are from Middle Tennessee and grow, harvest, or make what they sell.
Murfreesboro’s Five Senses Restaurant, known for offering a southern gourmet menu, will be at the RCFM on opening day this Sunday and again on Dec. 4 to demonstrate cooking techniques using seasonal vegetables and to pass out samples. There will be a drawing on both days for a Dinner for Two at Five Senses worth $75.
This Extended Season of the RCFM will have a festive flair with different musical performers each market day. Rutherford County natives Daniel Rothwell and Thomas Maupin will be performing at the RCFM on Sunday, Nov. 27. The award-winning banjo/buckdancing duo was a regular at the RCFM when the market was located at Cannonsburgh Village in downtown Murfreesboro.