Members of Bossier Central Lions Club receive a check of $5,840 from Calumet for Cubsight.

The Bossier Central Lions are partnering with Calumet Specialties to purchase a Plusoptix S12C Mobile Screener camera for use in the Lions Cubsight Program, part of Louisiana Lions Eye Foundation in New Orleans and Lions International to prevent blindness.

The Bossier Central Lions will use the camera to screen pre-school children for early detection of eye disorders.  During the past three years 4,500 children have been screened in Bossier-Caddo Parishes by Lions and 400 have been referred for serious vision disorders.

We are proud to be partnering with Calumet Specialties to help the children of Northwest Louisiana.

Pictured here, Lions Betty Williams, Karren Arnold, Club President Patricia High, Pat Mosher and Jerry Arnold, Vice President for Refining of Calumet, Princeton, LA.  Mr. Arnold is presenting the Bossier Central Lions Club a check in the amount of $5,840.

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