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Lions Club hosting free vision and hearing screenings Wednesday

The Nags Head Lions Club is holding a free vision and hearing screening Wednesday, May 9, at the Tanger Outlet Mall parking lot in Nags Head from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

 

Nags Head Lions Club President Courtney N. Gallop arranged to have the North Carolina Lions Club Foundation Mobile Screening Unit (the Vision Van) visit the area as it tours sites around the state giving non-diagnostic vision and hearing screenings to young and old alike. 

 

“The vision van’s visit fits our mission to preserve and protect eyesight and advocate for eye health particularly in our local community.” Gallop added that anyone who would like to volunteer to work the event should contact her directly at 252-216-8030 to arrange a shift. 

 

The Nags Head Lions Club holds a noon lunch meeting every second and fourth Tuesday at JJ Brewbaker’s Restaurant in Nags Head and is always welcoming new members.  Please call Courtney N. Gallop at 252-216-8030 for more information. 

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