DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) -- Kalani Raynor felt it was her turn to step right up Saturday and get her COVID-19 vaccine.
"I'm nervous, but I know it's going to benefit me and other people," said the 14-year-old high school freshman from Burlington.
She got over her fears at Wheels Family Fun Park where Duke Health held a walk-in family-friendly clinic.
The goal was to reach a younger population now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.
There was music, raffles and a chance to meet Durham Parks and Recreation mascot 'Parkson Rex.'
"So far everyone is really happy to be here," said Natalie Krohl, team leader of the clinic. "We have a real positive vibe at this clinic. We're here Monday through Fridays on most days."
Wheels was sold at the end of last year. It was known as the go-to place for a skate, take out a go-kart or even play some mini-golf.
Wheels Fun Park in Durham holds walk-in vaccine clinic to reach youth
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