August 2, 2002
by Ashley Harper
Before children can start school, they're required to get those dreaded immunizations. But one south Georgia health department is trying to make that experience a little less painful.
The Lanier county health department holds a back to school immunization fair each year to offer free shots, hearing and vision exams, fingerprinting, and health information. A variety of games and activities are also on hand to give a little relief after those scary shots.
Lanier county schools will begin August 9th.
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