Lions Club Walk benefits vision and hearing screenings at schools

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The Hawaii Lions Foundation hosted the Walk for Vision and Hearing Saturday at Ala Moana Beach Park. 

The walk started at 9 a.m. 

Leo the Lion was on hand to cheer on participants.

After the walk, people got to look at the booths from the American Diabetes Association, and the Lions Club, and a silent auction. 

The monies raised go to all projects the Lions work on including vision and hearing screenings in schools. 

There was also a picnic for the blind and visually handicapped.

Other Lion’s Club projects are eyeglass and hearing aid recycling, rescue tubes and diabetes education.

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