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With the help of polarized glasses, 6-year-old Joshua Ferguson is tested for proper stereo vision. Last week, students from the Marana Unified School District received free vision services.
Donna Sharrow, who works at Sears Optical in Mesa, performs an eye test on 8-year-old Lisaya Hall.
Angelique Flores, 8, traces a pink trail of dots among darker dots as she is tested for being colorblind.
Jeffery Jones, left, and Brent Seilheimer, who both work for LensCrafters, prepare lenses to be fit for glasses last week during a mobile vision clinic for some students in the Marana school district.
Ehren Bowman, 10, prepares herself for a glaucoma test where she has a short burst of air blown on her eye for the test.
Danaye Masters, 12, laughs as she tries on a number of glasses during a free vision clinic last week.
About 35 students from the Marana Unified School District received free vision services, which included tests and, if needed, a free pair of glasses.