District 27-B1 Vision Screening Mission: “To provide vision screening to the youth of our community for those who do not have access to pediatric eye screening programs. Our goal is to identify vision issues early enough in a child’s life to assist in correcting vision for life” In pursuit of our ongoing campaign against blindness, the Lions have adopted the use of Autorefractor cameras to help diagnose eye problems at a much younger age. The Autorefractor or sometimes called a Photorefractor camera uses infrared imaging to diagnose many common eye conditions so our children can be treated for these conditions.
District 27-B1 has purchased 3 Spot Cameras for use in our district with the
assistance of a grant from the Lions Clubs International
Lion Jim Hooyman and county nurse Connie Schaefer.
Right: New Holstein
Lions Betty Gunderson, Mary Jo Abler, and county nurse Wanda Rieth.
The following files are provided to give you more information on this project.
If your club is interested in becoming a vision screening club, contact the district chairman, 2nd VDG Fred Gebhardt, for assistance. His contact information is 920-378-2024 or email email@example.com. His VS Camera 1 is located in Chilton. VS Camera 2 is located in Plymouth. Contact Kevin Loose at 920-892-8501 or sales@CustomCraftTrophy.com. VS Camera 3 is located in Butte des Morts. Contact Pete Ehiert at 920-252-1446 or firstname.lastname@example.org. VS Camera 4 is located in Markesan. Contact Bonnie Strelow at 920-748-7507 or email@example.com. VS Camera 5 is located in Berlin. Contact Bill Bartaszewicz at 920-361-9987 or firstname.lastname@example.org . VS Camera 6 is located in Mishicot. Contact Bob Shimek at 920-755-4527 or email@example.com.
If you are still interested and want to see what the Lions in District 27-B2 are doing, click on the link below for their information.
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