Larry Schieber, RPh: I think community pharmacy is in a very special place, especially in a small town. I tell students all the time that relationships really are everything and that in a small town you can really be part of the fabric of a community much more so than in a major metropolitan area. So, it’s given us a chance to do some unique things we’ve done some transition of care projects with our local hospital. Honestly, we put together one morning over coffee and donuts in about an hour and a half. In a major city, you just couldn’t do that but it’s in between things like that and work with the addiction coalition it’s really rewarding. And, I think at the end of the day, that’s what pharmacists are about.