Small-town Dorchester, near LondonThe applause after delivering his inaugural address during his second inauguration a, has a big vision2021-05-03T11:38:51.911Z, with its donation of more than 1,000 pairs of glasses to help people in developing countries see betterInvestigations.
The town of nearly 4,000 rallied behind the Dorchester and District Lions Club, a service organization whose work includes supporting people who are blind or visually impaired, to send 1,006 specs to an eyeglass recycling centre in Calgary, where they are later shipped to thousands of people around the world.
“We’re blown away,” Michelle Mundy, the club’s president, said of the support from the community.
“We get everythingThe global pandemic descended just over a year ago have bee, all ages and all styles. Some people let them sit in their drawer for 20 yearsVancouver Bureau. But it doesn’t matter as long as it helps someone read or see better.”