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Houston Cy-Fair Lions Club is committed to promoting and saving vision. Some vision problems, if not caught and treated early, can lead to permanent blindness. Typical vision screening normally starts when a child enters school, where a child reads from a chart 10 feet away and only checks for the ability to see far away. We use a special camera by Plusoptix, which takes a picture of the child’s eyes, and within 30 seconds, and can detect vision problems including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, unequal pupil size, “lazy eye”, and other problems. With this device, we can easily and successfully screen children from six months of age and older. Children with vision problems are not aware that they cannot see well, as they cannot compare their vision to others. Vision problems in children do not cause pain or inflammation, so parents and teachers are not aware that there is a problem. The Plusoptix Vision Screener gives us a message of PASS or REFER immediately at the screening. Children who are referred should be seen by a professional for a complete vision examination.
Wreaths Across America. Houston Cy-Fair Lions Club places live fir wreaths on the graves of our Fallen Soldiers at the Houston National Cemetery, 10410 Veterans Memorial Dr., Houston, TX 77038. This year the event will be Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 11:00 am.
Houston Cy-Fair Lions Club owns and runs the concession stand at the West Little York Baseball complex, within Bane and Lions Parks. Lions members, with help from Scout Troops, work the concession stand during regular league baseball games, and all baseball tournaments.