BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - At the Town Council Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8, Councilman Tom Pirone, on behalf of the Board of Health, reminds the residents, seniors and town employees of the Township Seasonal Flu Clinic to be held on Nov. 13 at Mt. Carmel Hall on River Road from 9 to 1 p.m. No appointment is necessary, bring your health insurance or medicare card. If you have questions, call (908)464-0014 .
Township Seasonal Flu Clinic on Nov. 13
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