On Saturday, May 22, the parking lot of W.A. Perry Middle School will turn into a COVID-19 vaccination “party” with live music by DJs, goody bags for guests and door prizes for some lucky winners.

Anyone 12 and older can get a free COVID-19 vaccination from Prisma Health nurses from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. The drive-through vaccination clinic is sponsored by W.A. Perry, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. DJs from 100.1 The Beat will broadcast live from the parking lot from 10 a.m. – noon.

“This vaccination clinic is an easy, convenient way for families to come out and get their free COVID-19 shot while having a little fun,” said Dr. Robin Coletrain, principal of W.A. Perry. “Guests will not be required to show any type of insurance papers. They just drive up and they’ll be given the shots, along with masks, sanitizer, educational materials, goody bags and a lot more. I encourage everyone to come out and take advantage of this opportunity. It’s going to be great.”

Community members who would like more information can contact Jameka Young at (803) 256-6347.

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