Craig's Blog


Cary, North Carolina to Host Operation Medicine Drop on April 30, 2016

Cary, North Carolina to Host Operation Medicine Drop on Saturday April 30, 2016

On Saturday April 30th, the town of Cary, NC will once again be hosting, Operation Medicine Drop.

Residents may safely dispose prescription and over the counter expired or unused medications at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 600 Walnut Street, Cary, NC from 10AM to 2PM.

For more information about the Medicine Drop, and to see the drop off locations, please click here.

One medication that never expires, or should never be disposed of, is this little pill that insures happiness when buying or selling a home in the Raleigh, Cary, Apex area!

Just click on the pill and you'll be one step closer to a happier life!

This little pill is guaranteed to insure happiness!




That's a mighty fine blog!












Bookmark and Share
Subscribe to my Blog!

Scan me to search the entire Raleigh/ Cary/ Apex area MLS

About The Author

Craig Rutman is a North Carolina Residential Real Estate Specialist that can assist you with the purchase and/or sale of real estate in the Raleigh - Cary – Apex metro areas; or any place else in the country by connecting you with a relocation professional in your destination of choice.

To find all available homes for sale in the Triangle area of North Carolina, please visit
Call me TODAY at 919-349-9530
Email me with your Raleigh - Cary – Apex area questions


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape

 Like my Post!


free counters




Email Me!Follow me on Twitter!Connect with me on LinkedInLet's be friends on FacebookView my videos on YoutubeSee my creations on Picassa

Need a Realtor with a web presence? Google Me!Join my circle on Google+


Craig's Raleigh, Cary, Apex and Wake County Real Estate Blog...and Other Assorted Musings!

Comment balloon 1 commentCraig Rutman • April 29 2016 06:41AM



I think this is a great idea, and I imagine is well used. Some meds are pretty tough to get rid of - legally you probably can't just flush them or throw away



Posted by Jeff Dowler, CRS, The Southern California Relocation Dude (eXp Realty of California) over 4 years ago