Free Flu Shots With Food Donation Tonight In Frankfort

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/15/2013 3:43 pm
It's as simple as rolling up in your car, and rolling up your sleeve.

If you live in Franklin County and need a flu shot, you'll want to head to Mero Street in Frankfort Tuesday night.

The health department is hosting a drive-thru, flu clinic from 6pm- 8pm.

Residents 18 and older who donate three, non-perishable food items will receive a free vaccine.

The food donations will go to the Emergency Food Pantry of Franklin County.

The clinic will begin with registration on Clinton Street.

From there, the line will proceed left on High Street and left again onto Mero to get the vaccination.

Residents hoping to get a shot will have to be in line before 8 pm to receive a vaccine.

Click here for more information on the 'Three For Free' event.

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