News Release

Evangel participates in Expired Prescription Take-Back Event

September 20, 2012 | Paul K. Logsdon


PHOTO: The view of Evangel’s campus from Glenstone Avenue. Visitors may enter at the main entrance and turn right for the event in the north parking lot.

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. —The Evangel Social Work Club will join with the Community Partnership of the Ozarks and the Springfield Police Department for the Expired Prescription Take-Back event on Saturday, Sept. 29.

The community is invited to anonymously drop off expired prescriptions and medications at multiple locations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“With the ever-growing problem of addiction to prescription drugs and the need to assure we have clean water in our community, a safe disposal plan was nationally implemented,” said Lacey Nunnally, social work program director. “Communities around America are joining in the campaign for safe disposal of unused medication. This is the Social Work Club’s third time participating in this partnership.”

The locations hosting the Expired Prescription Take-Back event include the following:

  • Dan’s Discount Drug Mart – 2625 N. Kansas Expressway
  • Evangel University – North parking lot (enter from Glenstone Avenue)
  • Family Pharmacy – 4728 S. Campbell, Suite 132
  • George’s Pharmacy – 3650 E. Sunshine St.
  • Medicine Store – 1302 E. Sunshine St.
  • Walgreens – 2681 W. Republic Rd.

For additional information, contact Melissa Summerville at (417) 865-2815, ext. 8622.

Evangel University is a private, Christian university of arts, sciences and professions. With enrollment of 2,100 students, coming from all 50 states and abroad, Evangel offers more than 100 undergraduate academic programs and nine master’s programs.


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