Keiki Focus On Vision Testing at Waikoloa Elementary & Middle School

Lions Club member Carolyn Johnson explains how the Plusoptix camera works to Waikoloa Elementary kindergarten student Skipper Muller.

Lions Club member Carolyn Johnson explains how the Plusoptix camera works to Waikoloa Elementary kindergarten student Skipper Muller.

WAIKOLOA VILLAGE — The Waikoloa Lions Club spearheaded a keiki vision testing project throughout March at Waikoloa Elementary &Middle School. It concluded March 31.

The Club partnered with Project Vision Hawaii. Numerous Lions members and PTSA volunteers were trained, and assisted on multiple days at the school.

“I was so fortunate to meet Renae Mathson from Project Vision Hawaii in February at Konawaena Elementary’s Health Fair. That quickly turned into an amazing partnership with Project Vision Hawaii, Waikoloa Lions Club and Waikoloa Elementary &Middle School,” said Lisa Rosile, office assistant at Waikoloa Elementary &Middle School. “We were able to get the screenings scheduled and coordinated in four weeks.”

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