Steps to good eyesight

Steps to good eyesight

The Statewide Eyesight Preschooler Screening Program (StEPS) is a free population-based vision screening program and is designed to identify childhood vision problems that cannot be detected by observation, behaviour or family history.

For anyone whose child is starting school this year who would like their child screened, StEPS will be holding clinics at a number of North Coast locations in January including at the Casino Community Health in Canterbury Street on Friday, January 27. For more information phone Lisa Sugar on 6620 2836.


Public meeting with Council GM

The Ratepayers Association of Lismore Incorporated is holding a public meeting next Wednesday, February 1, at 7pm at the Lismore Workers Club.

The special guest is Lismore City Council general manager Gary Murphy and members of the public are welcome to attend to put questions directly to the GM.

For more information phone Greg Bennett on 0404 291 920.

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