Walgreens Partners With Children’s Hospital In Holiday Ornament Sale

Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Participating Walgreen stores are partnering with T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital at Erlanger by selling the Season of Miracles ornament and raising money for children who receive medical care at the hospital.  

“We are so pleased Walgreens is working with us to advance the healing mission of Children’s Hospital Foundation,” said Julie Taylor, Erlanger Foundations chief development officer. “Our goal is to create a kid-friendly atmosphere for children and their families by renovating our patient rooms, providing activities for the children during their stay and to purchase equipment dedicated to the medical care of children.” 

By purchasing the hospital’s official ornament, customers will be helping to make miracles happen for even the littlest patients at Erlanger, officials said.

The Season of Miracles ornament can be purchased for $10 at participating Walgreen stores now through December 31.  For more information, call Laurie Millener at 423-778-7373 or email Laurie.Millener@erlanger.org. 

Here is a list of local and regional Walgreen stores participating in this year’s ornament sale. 

2289 Gunbarrel Road

Chattanooga, TN  37421

 

5478 Highway 153

Hixson, TN  37343

 

5301 Ringgold Road

East Ridge, TN  37412

 

3605 Brainerd Road

Chattanooga, TN  37411

 

4039 Dayton Blvd.

Red Bank, TN  37415

 

4542 Highway 58

Chattanooga, TN  37416

 

35 25th Street NW

Cleveland, TN  37311

 

1302 S Congress Pkwy

Athens, TN  37303

 

1247 W. Walnut Ave.

Dalton, GA  30720

 

3550 Broad Street

Chattanooga, TN 37409

 

3508 Ringgold Rd.

East Ridge, TN  37412

 

8714 East Brainerd Rd.

Chattanooga, TN  37421

 

4800 Rossville Blvd

Chattanooga, TN  37407

 

2397 McGrady Dr.

Cleveland, TN  37311

 

1228 Battlefield Pkwy

Ft. Oglethorpe, GA  30742

 

110 N. Market St.

Chattanooga, TN  37405

 

5075 Alabama Hwy

Ringgold, GA  30736

 

121 Harrison Ln.

Soddy Daisy, TN  37379

 

1101 N. 3rd Ave.

Chatsworth, GA  30705

 

9307 Lee Hwy

Ooltewah, TN  37363

 

7971 Rhea County Hwy

Dayton, TN  37321

 

14857 Rankin Ave.

Dunlap, TN   37327

 

2900 Paul Huff Pkwy

Cleveland, TN  37312

 

2225 E. Walnut Ave

Dalton, GA  30721

 

4420 Ocoee St N

Cleveland, Tn  37312

 

3625 Battlefield Pkwy

Ft. Oglethorpe, GA  30742

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