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Congratulations to Our 2017 Scholarship Winners!

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Avery-Grace is a 2017 graduate of Niwot High School and will be attending Metro State University in Denver.  There she will study criminology and criminal justice.

 

Lindsey is a 2017 graduate of Skyline High School and will be attending CU Boulder in the fall where she plans to study chemical engineering.

 

As always, we greatly appreciate all you have done for the community and wish you the best in your scholastic futures!

 


Third Avenue Optical is Under New Management!

15-Karly_webThird Avenue Eyecare would like to announce that our optical department is under new management! We are so excited to welcome Karly Anderson, ABOC back to the practice. Karly worked for Third Avenue previously as an optician and is now returning to manage our optical. Please help welcome her back by stopping in for any of your optical needs, she’s excited to see familiar faces!


Scholarship recipients

Congratulations to our 2016 Third Avenue Eyecare Scholarship recipients!

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Kaitlyn Sullivan is graduating from Skyline High School and will be attending Nebraska Wesleyan University in the fall.  She plans to pursue a nursing degree.

Sophie Smith is graduating from Mead High School and will be attending Hope College in Michigan in the fall.  She plans to pursue a biology degree.

Congrats and good luck from Third Avenue Eyecare! We hope that these $500 scholarships help kick start your college careers!


Fall River Elementary Eye Dissections!

Thank you again to Fall River Elementary for having us help with 2nd grade cow eye dissections!  We always have so much fun with all of the kiddos, parent helpers and teachers!  And boy the kids knew their stuff this year, we couldn’t stump them on a single question!

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Contact Third Avenue Eyecare

800 3rd Ave. Longmont, CO
Main: 303-772-6140
Optical: 303-651-3353
Fax: 303-772-9128
Hours and Directions

Helpful Tip

Myth: Wearing glasses too much will make the eyes “dependent” on them.

Fact: Refractive errors (near-sightedness, far-sightedness, or astigmatism) change as kids get older. Many variables come into play, but most of this change is likely due to genetics and continues despite wearing glasses earlier or later or more or less. Wearing glasses does not make the eyes get worse.


Testimonial

Dr. Brodie and the staff are always professional and courteous. They treat our family with respect. We switched to Third Avenue Eyecare fifteen years ago and we're very happy we switched!

Kelly & family