LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Anyone over the age of 18 was able to get one for only $15.
Turnout wasn't as solid as they had hoped, as only 34 people had visited when we stopped in.
They had been hoping to see about 100 people before noon today.
Donella Carter, Nursing and Vital Records Supervisor, wishes a few more people would have stopped by this morning for a flu shot.
"I just think that it is really important that everybody does get the flu vaccine," said Carter.
"I've been pushing this for years and I'm a strong believer in it, that it does help."
A children's flu shot clinic will be held on the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 10.
Someone has again anonymously dropped a gold Krugerrand coin into a Salvation Army red kettle in a central Indiana city.
A state commission looking for ways to improve the lives of Indiana's most vulnerable children wants to explore whether there's a link between methamphetamine arrests and child welfare cases.
An Indianapolis mother was sentenced in court Thursday for child neglect charges.