Bethlehem Boat Picnic, a Tradition of More than 60 Years, Returns in July

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Sights for Hope’s popular Bethlehem Boat Picnic returns on Sunday, July 31, after a two-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The boat picnic has been a tradition for what is known today as Sights for Hope for more than 60 years. This year’s picnic is sponsored by the Mountainville Lions Club with support from […]

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Lions Day of Fishing with Clients Rescheduled for Saturday, May 14, due to Weather Forecast

Three Sights for Hope clients pose with fish they caught during a Lions Day of Fishing event

This year’s Lions Day of Fishing with Sights for Hope clients has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 14, due to the forecast of inclement weather this Saturday. The annual event at a lake in Bath PA, sponsored by the Moore Township Lions Club, includes breakfast, lunch, and a fun awards ceremony. The Lions Day of […]

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Sights for Hope Resumes Full-Scale Operations at Both Locations

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Sights for Hope resumed full-scale operations at both its locations on Tuesday with adherence to state guidelines. The resumption means that all restrictions on agency programs, services, and facilities have been lifted except for Pennsylvania Department of Health regulations on the use of masks, said Dennis Zehner, Executive Director and CEO of Sights for Hope. […]

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Lions Day of Fishing with Clients Rescheduled for Saturday, June 5

Photo of a Lions Club member and a client showing off a fish that they caught

This year’s Lions Day of Fishing with Sights for Hope clients has been rescheduled for Saturday, June 5. The annual event, sponsored by the Moore Township Lions Club, includes breakfast, lunch, and a fun awards ceremony. This year’s event marks its return after it was cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Lions […]

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Clients to Start 2021 with Experiences for their Minds, Bodies, and Spirits

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The Center for Vision Loss will open 2021 with experiences that promote personal independence in clients’ minds, bodies, and spirits throughout January. Clients’ minds will engage through weekly Tech Talk sessions, January’s peer support group sessions, and the month’s Crafters Corner activity. Their bodies will be nourished by a lesson on cooking meals in a […]

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December Activities Offer Music, Holiday Cheer to Close Out 2020

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Center for Vision Loss activities in December will give clients a chance to close out 2020 with music and holiday cheer. The agency’s Monroe County clients will gather to sing carols and create holiday cards on Friday, Dec. 4, and its Lehigh Valley clients can lift their voices to holiday classics and bake holiday cookies […]

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