Say ‘cheese’?

Imbler kindergarten student Adelaide Sedell looks wary of the process while Steve Oliver of the Elgin Lions assists in screening her vision. The Elgin Lions held its first session of visual screening for students in the Imbler Elementary School during the week of Sept. 14. Assisting the team were Brad King and Betty and Bruce Bugbee, mobile screening staff with the Lions’ Oregon sight and hearing program. According to Oliver, past council chair, the total screening took less than 55 minutes. The group used portable stands for their spot cameras, allowing a safe distance from the students.

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