Bay Ridge pharmacy keeps March of Dimes marching on

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Kudos and thanks to the owners and staff of Bridge Pharmacy. The giving guys and gals presented a $500 check to “Team Natalie Grace,” a March of Dimes Family Team, in support of the organization’s annual March for Babies fund-raiser.

This is the second year that the pharmacy has collaborated with Standing O pal John Quaglione, team captain and co-chairman of the March of Dimes, to host the pin-up campaign, encouraging store patrons to donate $1 at the time of purchase to support March of Dimes’ mission to lead the fight for the health of all moms and babies and end premature births.

John named the team for his oldest daughter, Natalie Grace, and said, “My family and I thank co-owners Maria Georgakopoulos and Steve Cilento, along with staff of Bridge Pharmacy, for partnering with our team for the second year in a row to support the March of Dimes Pin-Up Campaign.”

“Through their efforts, and with the support of their customers, the pharmacy has raised $500 this year. This money will go towards helping to end prematurity and leading the fight for the health of all moms and babies. This year, the team has so far raised $7,000 to support the March of Dimes and their efforts,” concluded John.

Bridge Pharmacy [8912 Third Ave. in Bay Ridge, (718) 836–1400].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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