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Prevent Blindness

Local high school students participating in Prevent Blindness hold awards they received for their involvement in the program, which lets students work with nurses for vision screening. 

RACINE — Three local high school students received awards for participating in the Prevent Blindness program, which lets health youth apprenticeship students work with nurses for vision screening.

Magdelana Stroud, a student at Park High School, Jennifer Wurdemann, a student at Case High School, and Megan Burdick, a student at Horlick High School received plaques at an award ceremony.

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Prevent Blindness gives training in vision screening for accurate results. Participants work with young children from pre-K to seventh grade.

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