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Lions Club helps clinic

The Fayette CARE Clinic would like to thank the Lions Club of Peachtree City for donating a Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope. The Fayette CARE Clinic provides the uninsured residents of Fayette County with healthcare services such as medical, dental, vision, chiropractic care, dermatology, cardiology, gynecology, education and mental health services. With the help of the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation and Dr. Nancy Barr, the Fayette CARE Clinic is able to offer approximately 30 patients a month with vision services. The donation of the Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope (BIO) is crucial to assessing the patient’s retina health. In addition, special magnifying lenses used in conjunction with the BIO and microscopic examination of the patient’s eyes were donated to help serve the uninsured residents of Fayette County. To find out more about the Fayette CARE clinic’s volunteer opportunities, financial needs and mission to help our community, please visit our website at Please visit the Peachtree City Lions Club website at for more information about how to give back to our community through Lions International. Pictured from left to right: Dan Solly, President of Peachtree City Lions Club; Dr. Nancy Barr of Eyecare Plus; and Sheryl Watford, Executive Director of the Fayette CARE Clinic. Photo/Submitted.


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