Ohioans have donated the equivalent of 545 tons – or 64,068 jars -- of low-salt peanut butter to local food pantries across the state by contributing to Spread Some Good, a Drive to End Hunger project sponsored by AARP Ohio and Walgreens stores.
The Way to Well Health Tour – which travels the country delivering free health tests, education and consultations to adults 18 and over – is coming to Manchester and Nashua! The preventive and early detection health services offered through the tour provide a baseline status of visitors' overall health.
The Walgreens Way to Well Health Tour with AARP rolls in to Washington State in June as part of a nationwide tour to provide free prevention and early detection health services to underserved communities. The tour is traveling the country providing free tests, assessment, education and consulting services.
Starting today (Wednesday, August 27, 2014) and continuing through Wednesday, Sept. 17, all 272 Walgreens stores in Ohio and Northern Kentucky will accept Spread Some Good donations of $1 or more at checkout registers to supply peanut butter to local food pantries across the state.
During the first two weeks of September, every Walgreens store in Ohio accepted Spread Some Good donations of $1 or more at checkout registers. A total of $13,322.26 was donated by Walgreens customers statewide for this AARP Drive to End Hunger project.
This week, the Walgreens Way to Well Health Tour with AARP will be rolling into Wisconsin with a stop at the Dane County Fair at the Alliant Energy Center this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 18-20 from 11am – 6pm each day.
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