Caring Cubs met with volunteers from Case Western Reserve University at the Cleveland Sight Center this morning to lend a hand and learn about all those helped at the Center. Families took time to cut scraps of fabric in preparation for a craft, make giant Easter eggs for an upcoming party, and group sight cards for future events. Cubs were enthusiastic about having their nametags printed in braille, participated in a vision screening game, and actively listened to a presentation about a special guide dog named Martha! The Cleveland Sight Center has been helping the visually impaired in our community since 1906 and offer services to clients of any age. This was the 3rd time they welcomed the Caring Cubs for an event and we were happy to be there. Thank you to all who attended and to Lisa and her volunteers at the Center for their hospitality!
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