"Toot & Shoot" for chocolate lovers

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It's "Toot and Shoot" aka the drive-thru flu clinic for veterans at the Sheridan Veterans Administration on the grounds of historic Fort Mackenzie. Once you arrive at Ft. Mackenzie just follow the signs like Frank Mills did to get his shot from Tammy Carlson who was armed with a needle and his sweet tooth reward from Joni Lyons who came bearing a chocolate lovers treat. The flu shots continue from 7:30 am - 3:30 pm ( 07:30 to 15:30 for those fond of military timekeeping) through September 23rd. Just wear short sleeves, drive up, honk and show your VA ID - then drive off eating your treat as you check out the new street signs that have gone up since last year - your branch of service now has a street named for it.

It's "Toot and Shoot" aka the drive-thru flu clinic for veterans at the Sheridan Veterans Administration on the grounds of historic Fort Mackenzie. Once you arrive at Ft. Mackenzie just follow the signs like Frank Mills did to get his shot from Tammy Carlson who was armed with a needle and his sweet tooth reward from Joni Lyons who came bearing a chocolate lovers treat.
It's "Toot and Shoot" aka the drive-thru flu clinic for veterans at the Sheridan Veterans Administration on the grounds of historic Fort Mackenzie. Once you arrive at Ft. Mackenzie just follow the signs like Frank Mills did to get his shot from Tammy Carlson who was armed with a needle and his sweet tooth reward from Joni Lyons who came bearing a chocolate lovers treat.