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Umina pharmacy celebrates 10th anniversary

A Umina pharmacy is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its rebranding, as well as the appointment of a new pharmacist.

The Chemist Outlet pharmacy in West St will celebrate its 10th birthday from 9.30am to 11.30am on Thursday, October 26.

"We will have lucky door prizes, gift bags, giveaways, food and more," said manager Ms Winnie Lobb.

"Chemist Outlet Umina Beach will also be having great sales all day on most products."

Customers will also have the opportunity to meet new full-time pharmacist Mr Fady Kozzy, pictured.

"He has been in the business for over 15 years, lives locally and specialises in community care and customer relations.

"He has a great team in dispense with Kirstie Smith, Kristy Kelly, Dylan Brandham and our youngest member Sophie Pratt.

"Many of staff have over 20 years' experience, especially Di Matthews who knows all about daily vitamin needs and has been with us for over 29 years.'

Ms Lobb said: "The pharmacy has been in Umina Beach since the 1970s.

"Michael and Gianna Cunico have owned the pharmacy and post office for more than 24 years."

Pictured are the team (in the back row) Dylan Brandham, Fady Kozzy, Kirstie Smith, Winnie Lobb, Sophie Pratt and Joanne Vadala and (in front) Wendy Chinchen, Di Matthews and Kristy Kelly.

"The staff would like all of you to come to celebrate and to say thank you for supporting us over the years," said Ms Lobb.





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