Join The Eye Health Institute for:
A Night for Sight
Benefit Dinner, Live and Silent Auction
Live Reggae Band! Jamaican Dinner and beverages!
Your support will help us provide eye care to the underserved communities of Western Jamaica. All proceeds will go to our yearly clinics.
PLEASE RSVP/DONATE: www.eyehealthinstitute.org/night4sight
My son JD plays for the Third Avenue Eyecare Rock Hounds, a Longmont Baseball League little league team. Last night at his game a players mom passed out popsicles to anyone who wanted one in honor of Maddy Grayless. Maddy was a third grader at Fall River Elementary, a classmate of several Rock Hound players, who after a very brief, heartbreaking battle with cancer, passed away June 16th. Her dying wish was for people to do good things for others, to pay it forward. Maddys story has touched thousands of people and has prompted many to pay it forward. Do good things today in honor of this beautiful little girl, be a part of Maddy’s Mighty Minions! #MaddyTheMighty #MaddysMightyMinions
This year, Susan and Jan joined a group of local eye doctors and opticians on a mission trip to Jamaica for the Eye Health Institute. The Eye Health Institute serves as a nonprofit vision clinic providing comprehensive quality eye care to the people of Jamaica. The doctors and partners of the Eye Health Institute provides the highest standard of optometric and ophthalmologic care available to the financially disadvantaged and underserved communities on the island.
This year 10% of the proceeds on the day of trunk show will be donated to The Eye Health Institute. So please come in and help support a great cause!
It’s that time of year again to VOTE! Look for best eyecare under services, faces and places! Be sure to vote for at least 10 categories for your ballot to count! Let’s get Third Avenue Eyecare back to number 1!!
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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.