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Christopher Yetter, 4, of Emmaus, was happy to be at the Kuhnsville Lions Club Christmas party. As a premature infant, he suffered retinopathy rendering him blind at birth, according to his grandmother Leslie Yetter. Christopher Yetter, 4, of Emmaus, was happy to be at the Kuhnsville Lions Club Christmas party. As a premature infant, he suffered retinopathy rendering him blind at birth, according to his grandmother Leslie Yetter.
Dick Schriner, Lions secretary and John Cavalli, charter member, toast the Lions at the annual Christmas party. Dick Schriner, Lions secretary and John Cavalli, charter member, toast the Lions at the annual Christmas party.
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Carol Kuhns, party coordinator (standing), introduces Betty Montrella, Harriet MacDonald, 93; and Elizabeth Montrella, Betty's mother. All are hearing impaired. PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Carol Kuhns, party coordinator (standing), introduces Betty Montrella, Harriet MacDonald, 93; and Elizabeth Montrella, Betty's mother. All are hearing impaired.
Taylor Ferlazzo, 14, and mom, Shelley Cozuch, of Macungie, share a moment at the Kuhnsville Lions Club Christmas party. Taylor is a student at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, Philadelphia. Taylor Ferlazzo, 14, and mom, Shelley Cozuch, of Macungie, share a moment at the Kuhnsville Lions Club Christmas party. Taylor is a student at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, Philadelphia.
Dale Ringer, Margaret Fischl and Donna Cayer, all hearing impaired, fill their plates at the Kuhnsville Lions Club Christmas party Dec. 13 at St. John's UCC, Fogelsville. Dale Ringer, Margaret Fischl and Donna Cayer, all hearing impaired, fill their plates at the Kuhnsville Lions Club Christmas party Dec. 13 at St. John's UCC, Fogelsville.

Kuhnsville Lions have special Christmas party

Thursday, January 1, 2015 by LOU WHEELAND Specialt to The Press in Local News

The Kuhnsville Lions Club had its annual Christmas party for local sight and hearing impaired residents Dec. 13 at St. John's United Church of Christ, Fogelsville.

This year, 14 hearing- and eight vision-impaired guests were treated to a meal and visit by Santa, as well as entertainment by members of the Lions Club.