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Miss North Carolina & Miss Teen NC Are Coming to RCC June 30th!

Robeson Community College is thrilled to announce that Madison Bryant, the 2021 Miss North Carolina USA, and Madi Walker, the 2021 Miss North Carolina Teen USA will be on its campus June 30 to help promote the COVID-19 vaccination clinic.


Madison Bryant, a native of Fayetteville and advocate for healthcare, says she proud to be a part of this vaccine clinic.


“I am excited about the opportunity to be at Robeson Community College to promote the COVID-19 vaccination,” said Bryant. “As a nurse, I understand the importance of this vaccination in the fight against COVID-19. I have seen first-hand how this virus spreads, and it does not discriminate.”


Madi Walker, who calls Raleigh home, says that’s why she has received the vaccination herself.


“Getting vaccinated is so important, and I hope every teen in Robeson County and in North Carolina will step up to the challenge and get vaccinated just as I have done,” said Walker.


The vaccination clinic will take place Wednesday, June 30 from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Student Center, Building 13. The vaccination clinic is open to the general public. The clinic will feature the Moderna Vaccine and it will be administered by Sam’s Club and Walmart Pharmacies of Fayetteville and Lumberton through the Federal Pharmacy program.


“This vaccine saves lives, and it can save yours,” said Bryant. “I hope that those who are not vaccinated will come out on June 30, get vaccinated and not just make a difference, but be the difference.”


The vaccine is free and is available to any individual 12 years of age and older. No appointments are necessary.


“I’m super excited to be coming to RCC,” said Walker. “I can’t wait to meet all of you on June 30.”