Poulsbo Lions offers eye exams for children

Poulsbo Lions offers eye exams for children

The Poulsbo Lions Club recently purchased a $12,000 vision screening device with a grant from the Northwest Lions Foundation for Sight and Hearing.

The Poulsbo Lions have made it a mission to offer early detection of possible vision problems through free vision screenings to children throughout North Kitsap.

The screening device can screen babies as young as six months old as well as children and young adults up to age 25. If screening identifies a problem, the child is referred to an optometrist for further testing to determine what form of vision correction is needed.

Additionally the Lions have a strong commitment to community and youth service throughout the world.

To schedule a free vision screening, contact Poulsbo Lions at infopoulsbolions@wavecable.com.

For information about Poulsbo Noon Lions Club, visit poulsbolions.blogspot.com or on Facebook/Poulsbo Noon Lions Club. The Poulsbo Lions Club has 85 members and meets every Thursday at 12:15 pm at First Lutheran Church.

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