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According to The World Health Organization, 153 million people have uncorrected refractive errors (near-sightedness, far-sightedness or astigmatism). Most of these vision impairments are quickly diagnosed and easy to treat with corrective lenses.

For children, clear vision means a better education, healthier development and a better quality of life. For adults, it means greater employment opportunity and economic strength. For seniors it means less dependence on others.

The Douglas Lions Club is proud to partner with several local optometrists to provide vision exams and eyeglasses for those who qualify. To find out if you or your child may qualify, visit, speak with your child’s school nurse, or visit the Douglas offices of :

  • South Georgia Eye Partners (200 Doctor’s Drive)
  • Murphy Eye Center (305 Shirley Ave)
  • Fitzgerald Family Eyecare (302 Westside Dr)


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A short Documentary about a man on a mission to save a camp for blind kids. He travels over 600 miles with only a hunch that he will be able to meet the Robertson family and ask for their help to save this camp.



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Members of the Douglas Lions Club presented a donation the Coffee Regional Medical Center Foundation recently to support the 3D Mammography unit now being utilized at the CRMC Outpatient Imaging/Lab, located at 190D Westside Drive. Lions Club President Andrea Taylor (center) presented the donation to CRMC Foundation Chairman Tom Smith (left) and Director of CRMC’s Foundation Margie Spivey (right). Several members of the Outpatient Imaging/Lab staff are also pictured along with CRMC CEO George Heck.




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pictured in front row left to right are Georgia District 18N District Governor Cathy Threatt, CCA Principal Eddie Rish, Douglas Lions Club 1st Vice President Bruce Brewer, back row from left to right are Leo Advisor Team members Mark & Caroline Roberts, CCA Leo Club Advisor Jennifer Shrouder, Leo Advisor Team member Angie O’Steen, Leo Club President Jeris Johnson and Douglas Lions Club 2nd Vice President Philip Smith.

Members of the Douglas Lions Club joined the CCA Leo Club members and Principal Eddie Rish during their weekly meeting to present to them a Titmus Eye Screening machine for them to use to help in the service of eyesight conservation in our community.

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