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November 6, 2006

By Tiffany Simmons

Valdosta - Casting your vote at some precincts tomorrow may also help keep you healthy.

The Lowndes County Health Department will distribute flu shots at six different polling locations from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM and 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM.

They're targeting people 50 years and older but will give shots to anyone eligible to vote.

The flu shots are $20.00 per person. Medicare and Medicaid will be accepted as well.

The precincts offering the shots are:

Precinct 2- Newsome St. Church of Christ in Hahira

Precinct 13 - Jaycee Park Activities Building

Precinct 15 - Senior Citizens Community Center

Precinct 24 - James H. Rainwater Conference Center

Precinct 32 - Mildred Hunter Community Center

Precinct 36 - South Lowndes Recreation Complex

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