ReVision Gives Back August 2016

Be a Hero, Support Your Local Community

During August, ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery is serving the community by donating a portion of their proceeds in support of two upcoming race events.

The Columbus Division of Police Honor Guard 4th Annual Memorial 5k will be October 8th, 2016 at 8:30 am at Genoa Park.

Westerville Hunger Heros 5k and Fun Run is October 22nd, 2016 at Heritage Middle School/Otterbein Equine Center in Westerville.

Please join Dr. Schumer and the ReVision team in supporting these two great organizations.  The Police Honor Guard is a self-funded organization of volunteers who support the funeral services for active/retired/reserve officer and civilian police personnel. They help provide equipment, scholarships, transportation, along with maintenance for the Memorial at Genoa Park. For more information, please visit their FB page “Columbus Division of Police Honor Guard.”

All proceeds raised from the Hunger Heroes event go to support Westerville Share Bac A Pac. This organization works to stop childhood hunger by providing healthy food and snacks for children who are at risk of going hungry on non-school days. For more information about this event and organization, please visit www.otterbein.edu/events/hungerrun/about.

To learn more about ReVision Gives Back or to schedule your appointment call (800) 475-2113.

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