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During the coronavirus pandemic, Lincoln 21st Century Lions Club has continued to collect used eyeglasses for future ophthalmology mission trips and used hearing aids.

Drop-off locations are: America's Best, 400 N. 48th St.; Super Target, 40th and Grainger Road; Premier Vision, 85th and Firethorn Lane; Woodland Eyecare, 6750 Woodland Blvd., Hickman; Russ's Market at 33rd and Highway 2 and 6300 Havelock Ave.; Super Saver at 27th and Cornhusker Highway, 56th and Highway 2, 27th and Pine Lake Road, 48th and O streets and the Fallbrook store; Hy-Vee at 84th and Holdrege, 70th and Pioneers Boulevard, 27th and Superior streets and 6001 Village Drive; Pearle Vision Centers at 125 S. 66th St. and 1201 O St.; Blumenstock Family Eyecare, 1501 Pine Lake Road; Boever Family Eyecare, 5801 Hidcote Drive, Suite 200 (off 56th and Pine Lake Road); Bud's Thrift Shoppe, 2226 O St.; LensCrafters in Gateway Mall; Signature Eyecare, 5630 S. 84th St.; ProEye Vision Center, 8250 Old Cheney Road; Sutton and Sutton Eye Specialists, 1710 S. 70th St.; Dr. Thomas Graul, 1610 S. 70th St.; Lincoln Eye and Laser Institute in the Fallbrook Bryan Health Plaza; and U-Save Pharmacy in Waverly.

The Lions Club thanks Lincoln for donating 428 pairs of used eyeglasses in December.

To learn more about the Lions organization, contact Connie Plettner at 402-429-3655.

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