SUPPORT: Sincerely Yogurt Steubenville participated in two recent events supporting local charities and community events.
At the Community Bike Ride sponsored by the Urban Mission and held at Jim Wood Park, participants and volunteers could sample some of the popular toppings offered at the frozen yogurt shop, receive coupons and enter to win a $20 gift card.
Sincerely Yogurt also supported "Shop For A Cause" at Macy's at the Fort Steuben Mall. Salted caramel truffles, pecan pie crust pieces and waffle cone bits were just a few of the samples that shoppers could try.
In addition, they could sample Peanut Butter Passion, a dessert topping and fondue that will be available in September at Sincerely Yogurt.
Sincerely Yogurt opened in May in Hollywood City Center next to Huntington Bank.
INDUCTED: The late Carol Hudachek was selected for induction into the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy Centennial Hall of Fame on June 14.
Inductees into the Hall of Fame were selected in recognition of their sustained and meritorious contributions to the profession of pharmacy, West Virginia University, the WVU School of Pharmacy or the health care society at large.
"The alumni of the WVU School of Pharmacy have not only worked to help improve the health of their fellow citizens, but they have also worked to shape and change the profession of pharmacy, pharmacy practice and health care," Dean Patricia Chas said. "Our graduates have also worked to improve the health of others through careers in medicine, dentistry and the pharmaceutical industry."
Hudachek graduated with a bachelor's degree in pharmacy in 1988 and a doctorate of pharmacy in 2003. She was a pharmacist at Weirton Medical Center. Hudachek was active in state and national pharmacy organizations and was past-president of the West Virginia Pharmacists Association and the West Virginia Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
She also was active in improving the health of her community by writing health-related articles for local newspapers in order to educate members of her community about certain health conditions and disease states, as well as the importance of proper medication use.
She died in June 2013