BCCF Juneteenth Vaccine Clinic is June 19 at KCC’s Miller Building

KCC's Miller Physical Education Building

Kellogg Community College will host the Battle Creek Community Foundation’s Juneteenth Vaccine Education & Free Walk-In Clinic this weekend for individuals interested in COVID-19 vaccination.

The free event will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 19, in the lobby of KCC’s Miller Physical Education Building (pictured above), on campus at 450 North Ave. in Battle Creek.

The event, offered in partnership with Bronson and the Population Health Alliance of Calhoun County Region, will offer information about the vaccine and vaccine process in addition to actual Pfizer vaccination for interested individuals. No insurance is needed, and interpreters will be available onsite.

Angela Stewart, community initiatives officer at the BCCF, said this would be a good clinic for individuals who might be hesitant about getting a COVID-19 vaccine, as there will be Bronson Hospital staff onsite specifically to answer questions.

“Our main goal is to inform and educate, then if anyone wants a vaccine they will be available,” Stewart said.

For more information, contact Stewart at angela@bccfoundation.org.