SWOSU Pharmacy Org Raises Over $1,000 for Agape Clinic


SWOSU National Community Pharmacists Association officers (from left) Kelly Cornell of Altus; Rekha Patel of Edmond;  Paul Won of Broken Arrow (Union); and Samantha Caudle of Stillwater  present a $1,095 check to Dr. W. Steven Pray of the Agape Medical Clinic.

A pharmacy organization at Southwestern Oklahoma State University recently raised $1,095 for the Agape Clinic in Weatherford.

The National Community Pharmacists Association hosted a spaghetti supper to raise the funds, which will be used to purchase medications for those in need, according to Dr. W. Steven Pray, director of pharmacy at the Agape Clinic.

Seventeen NCPA members volunteered to help with the event including officers—Kelly Cornell, Rekha Patel, Samantha Caudle and Paul Won—in addition to faculty advisors Dr. Virgil Van Dusen and Dr. Tami Moser.  The event was well-attended, and with several very generous donations, NCPA was able to donate the $1,095 to the clinic.

Pray said NCPA understands the value and importance of giving back to the community and appreciates the work performed by volunteers at the clinic.  NCPA looks forward to continuing this tradition for years to come. 

The NCPA appreciates the Weatherford Church of Christ for allowing the organization to host the dinner at their facility.