If you've ever thought about being screened for HIV or Hepatitis C, you will want to stop by the community center in Mills Saturday morning, June 22.

Natrona County Health Department is sponsoring screenings for HIV and Hepatitis C Saturday, June 22 and the Mills Community Center and it won't cost you anything. The free screenings are sponsored by the Health Department and are scheduled between 7 am and 10 am that morning. They shared details in an event on their Facebook page.

Wyoming Health Fairs is offering low cost blood screenings also.

There are some things to keep in mind if you're interested in taking part in this. Wyoming Health Fairs recommends 12 hours of fasting prior to having a blood draw unless you're a diabetic. They advise that you drink plenty of water and to continue to take any medications that you need.

If you have any questions, you can call 800.979.371. The Mills Community Hall is located at 426 4th Street in Mills. You can also follow Wyoming Health Fairs on Facebook for the latest information and updates.