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Club's vision aids visually-impaired

Sunday, December 13, 2009

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Rotary members hang the sign for the newly equipped Vision Therapy Room at the Kenny Rogers Children's Center on Friday morning. Hanging the sign are Rotary members Eva Mansfield (left), Bill Odom (right) and Dorris Eftink (far right). Looking on is Sharron Lathum (center), a member of the board, and working in the background is Rotary member John Bollinger.
(Photo by Josh Mills, Staff)
Rotary Club equips room to treat visual disorders

leonnah@standard-democrat.com

SIKESTON -- Equipment added Friday to the Kenny Rogers Children's Center will help visually impaired children achieve their goals at a much faster rate.

"This equipment will prove far more effective in therapy sessions," said Brandy Dallas, clinical coordinator at the Center. "It will help children across the spectrum of vision disorders."

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