The eyes have it

Cranbrook joins with Sundog Eyewear to donate sunglasses to Honduras

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Cranbrook is sending 120 pairs of sunglasses to Honduras with the Unite For Sight charity, courtesy of Sundog Eyewear.

Local university graduate Nicole Butler is in the middle of a six-week stint in Honduras as a Global Impact Fellow for the charity, which provides high quality, cost effective eye care to the world’s poorest people.

Nicole approached the Cranbrook Rotary Club to support the efforts.

Rotary president Max Dressler (left) approached St. Eugene assistant golf pro Doug Schneider (right), who asked Sundog to contribute, which they generously did.

Nicole’s mom Lori Bleaney (centre) accepted the glasses on behalf of her daughter.

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