Lions’ donation to help vision-impaired kids

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Posted: December 18, 2013

The Winchester Star

The new embosser resembles a computer printer but also prints in Braille. It enables vision-impaired students to better keep up with their classmates.
Frederick County Middle School eighth-grader Jacob Miller reads Braille on a printout from the school’s new embosser, donated by the Winchester Host Lions Club. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Susie Beyer, a vision aide with Frederick County Public Schools, takes a printout from the new embosser donated to the school system by the Winchester Host Lions Club. The machine prints in Braille and text for vision-impaired students and their teachers. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — A donation from the Winchester Host Lions Club is making it easier for visually impaired students in Frederick County Public Schools to be more independent.

In September, the club…

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