Latino Community Association Offering Free Vaccination Clinics


To meet the surge in COVID-19 cases, the Latino Community Association continues to host drop-in vaccination clinics in Bend, Redmond and Madras. Whole families can get vaccinated against COVID and flu, get tested for COVID, enjoy tasty Latin food and pick up a box of food to take home.

The Latino Community Association (LCA) partners with county health departments and the Oregon Health Authority to offer doses of Pfizer, Moderna and J&J vaccines, including booster shots and pediatric doses of Pfizer for children ages 5-11. No appointments, ID or insurance are needed.

But LCA needs more volunteers to support the clinics: they are needed to set up sites and give out food boxes and gift bags, and bilingual volunteers are needed to check people in. If you can help, contact our volunteer coordinator, Mary Murphy, at 541-325-9407 or email to


Jefferson County Fairgrounds
430 SW Fairgrounds Road
Friday, February 11, 12-7pm
Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day with Salvadoran pupusas and DJ music.

LCA Redmond

Becky Johnson Center
412 SW Eighth St.
Wednesdays 3-6pm
February 9, 16 and 23

LCA Family Empowerment Center in Bend

2680 NE Twin Knolls Dr., Suite 110
Community Room
Thursdays 3-6:30pm
February 3, 10, 17 and 24


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