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Churchville Lions present gifts to visually impaired children

The Churchville Lions Club held its annual Breakfast With Santa on Dec. 8 at the Red Brick Station in White Marsh.

The annual breakfast is a safe place where parents can bring their children with visual impairments to meet and eat with Santa and to meet and socialize with other families with a common experience. Each child received an interactive Braille book, stuffed animal and goodie bag.

During the breakfast with Santa, Aislin Severn was presented a Perkins Brailler by Churchville Lion Fred Guenthner immediately after she asked Santa for one.

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