Kids Play For Good

Roger Lin and ONESIGHT

This ONESIGHT cause is important to me because I can personally relate to the drastic handicaps that come hand-in-hand with refractive errors. Though my myopia was developed through years of "bookworm" habits and video game addiction, I can understand the physical implications of poor eye-sight because I have made the "elemental" transition to varsity athleticism. I experienced firsthand the difficultly of running 200m to 5000m races and of launching javelins with unassisted poor eyesight. I know the embarrassment from passing the soccer ball to the opposing team because of astigmatism. And now I know  of the relief and joy of  wearing contact lenses to play the sports I love. 
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Roger
and his team
rally for
OneSight!
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OneSight helps
restore vision to
needy kids and adults
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PLEASE GET INVOLVED:
Contribute Your Gently Used Eyewear.
MAIL/DROP OFF YOUR EYEWEAR
Dulaney High School Key Club
c/o Mrs. Turek
255 E. Padonia Rd, Lutherville, MD 21093
You Can Help The World See
A small eyewear donation to OneSight can help a child see clearly to read their school books and see the faces of their parents and friends.
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For more than 20 years, OneSight has been committed to providing clear vision to millions in need through the hand-delivery of primary vision care and eyewear.
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Roger and his team
rally for OneSight
helping the world see!
This OneSight cause is important to me because I can personally relate. I know the embarrassment from passing the soccer ball to the opposing team because of astigmatism. And now I know  of the relief and joy of  wearing contact lenses to play the sports I love.
Roger L.
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This OneSight cause is important to me because I can personally relate to the drastic handicaps that come hand-in-hand with refractive errors.
Though my myopia was developed through years of "bookworm" habits and video game addiction, I can understand the physical implications of poor eye-sight because I have made the "elemental" transition to varsity athleticism. I experienced firsthand the difficultly of running 200m to 5000m races and of launching javelins with unassisted poor eyesight. Roger L.
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I am most proud of my self-proclaimed open mind All successful people are open-minded My mentors are open-minded The world would be a better place if empathy was a universal trait Growing up I think I will be a chemical engineer and entrepreneur My finest athletic moment the first time I made a varsity school team in sophomore year The best advice Cheer Up Favorite expression great minds discuss ideas average minds discuss events small minds discuss people My heros is my Grandpa If I could be someone else for the day I would be the person who suffers the greatest pain the in the world but I am not masochistic The best day of my life so far was the day we arrived in Hokkaido Japan for vacation The best idea I ever had was this fundraiser My friends would be surprised to know that I love to read