There will be no out of pocket cost for patients, regardless of their insurance status.The state continues to see a high number of flu cases and flu-related deaths this season.
Seymour said the event is a fundraiser to help 4-H members attend summer camps, including a trip to Washington D. Aubrey Seymour reported the Teen Leaders Club recently elected officers.
The new officers are President Brennen Seymour, Vice-president Amber Morris, Secretary Aubrey Seymour, Treasurer Madison Bagley, reporter Alec Frachiseur, and reporters Roni Rivas and Katie Cowling.
The flu shot is available at the local health units in every county and at many doctor's offices.
Pharmacies also have flu shots available but do not give flu shots to children younger than seven years of age.
Scholarship recipients will be announced and scholarships will be awarded at the scholarship tea. To be awarded to a 2018 graduate, contributions must be received by April 2nd.
They may be mailed to or dropped off at the Ashdown School District Administration Office at 751 Rankin Street, Ashdown, Arkansas 71822. He also said the 4-H adult leader that raises the most money during the fair, will kiss a calf.Tonight is senior night, the senior Leopards and Lady Leopards will be honored between the varsity girls and boys games.And, the Layne Woods Memorial Scholarship Committee will be holding a street taco and silent auction tonight at Leopard Coliseum starting at 5 p.m.Teague said the popularity of social media such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter has fueled the spread of concerns about the potential effect on livestock haulers.The highway police and advocates for livestock haulers who studied the details of the new trucking regulations want people to know that the exemptions for hauling horses and cattle are still in place.Flu symptoms include fever, chills, cough, sore throat, muscle or body aches, fatigue and a headache.