Buckeye Drugs recently gave Sherry’s Run a $3,000 check. From left are Alisa Eakes, patient assistance director with Sherry’s Run, Gina Ragland, Heather Nichols, Cory McDonald, Brandi Bell, Nashea Young, Russell Kirby, and Riane Allen, all with Buckeye Drugs.

Buckeye Drugs in Lebanon recently presented a $3,000 check to Sherry’s Run as part of their sponsorship for the Sherry’s Run 5K Run/Walk.

“In the pharmacy, we see first-hand the impact a cancer diagnosis has on someone and their family. We also see the great work Sherry’s Run does to help people in our community who are impacted by cancer,” said Cory McDonald, pharmacist and owner of Buckeye Drugs. “The Sherry’s Run organization is a tremendous resource for anyone in our community who is battling cancer. Buckeye has been a Sherry’s Run sponsor since 2010 because it is one way we can give back and help others in our community.”

“Thanks to the support of so many amazing local businesses like Buckeye Drugs, Sherry’s Run is able to help families in Wilson County and surrounding communities who are facing a financial hardship due to a cancer diagnosis and treatment,” said Alisa Eakes, patient assistance director of the Sherry’s Run organization. “We are so thankful for Cory and his amazing staff at Buckeye Drugs. We greatly appreciate their continued sponsorship of the Sherry’s Run 5K.”

Sherry’s Run is a nonprofit organization that works throughout the year to provide hope to families battling cancer in Wilson County and surrounding communities by offering emotional encouragement and financial assistance. In addition, Sherry’s Run works to spread colon health awareness by distributing free colon cancer screening tests and providing colonoscopy assistance.

To learn more about the Sherry’s Run organization, please call 615-925-2592. To refer someone for assistance, please call 615-925-9932 or visit To make a donation to Sherry’s Run, visit or mail donations to Sherry’s Run, P.O. Box 8, Lebanon, TN 37088-0008.

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