|Members of the press set up before the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Rite-Aid in West Baltimore.|
|Rite Aid's director of communications, Susan Henderson (right), gets ready to address the crowd with help from her assistant.|
|Members of the press get ready to record Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Baltimore), and White House Cabinet Secretary Broderick Johnson speak at the ceremony.|
|Community members gather around the store to see the new renovations.|
Susan Henderson welcomes Baltimore's representatives and the community to the ceremony.
Rep. Elijah Cummings thanks Rite-Aid for its commitment to the Baltimore community, and hopes that its re-opening will inspire other damaged businesses to reopen in Baltimore.
The Rite-Aid Foundation granted the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Elementary School $10,000 for physical fitness equipment. Principal Betty Adams (left) thanks Rite-Aid for their generosity, as Susan Henderson (far right) admires the thank-you card from Adams' students.
Sen. Pugh (left), Rep. Cummings, Rite Aid's general manager, Mayor Rawlings-Blake, Rite Aid's pharmacy manager, and Rite Aid vice president Bryan Everrett cut the ribbon to officially declare the store re-opened.
The ribbon is cut--the Rite Aid of Baltimore is now officially re-opened!