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It's Keep Australia Beautiful Week and this year's theme is respect our roadsides.

You can do this by joining the Adopt a Road - Road Watch program - www.kesab.asn.au/programs/road-watch/

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Its Keep Australia Beautiful Week and this years theme is respect our roadsides.  

You can do this by joining the Adopt a Road - Road Watch program - http://www.kesab.asn.au/programs/road-watch/

Image Courtesy Adrian Price

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We are at Unley Library with a lovely group of people learning about and making Bees Wax Wraps! ... See MoreSee Less

We are at Unley Library with a lovely group of people learning about and making Bees Wax Wraps!

What can you do with old glasses?

Recycle them with Lions Recycle for Sight. Over the 26 years that the Australian program has operated, the program, has delivered over 7 million pair of refurbished quality spectacles to men, women and children in need in Africa, Europe, Middle East, Indian Sub- continent, East Asia, and the Far East, China, the countries of the Pacific Rim and Southern Asia and Oceania

Find your local Lions club and have a look at the options for drop - off. Most Specsavers work with their local Lions Clubs as pick up points, along with a few other optical stores and other businesses.

lionsclubs.org.au/contact/sa/
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What can you do with old glasses?

Recycle them with Lions Recycle for Sight.  Over the 26 years that the Australian program has operated, the program, has delivered over 7 million pair of refurbished quality spectacles to men, women and children in need  in Africa, Europe, Middle East, Indian Sub- continent, East Asia, and the Far East, China, the countries of the Pacific Rim and Southern Asia and Oceania

Find your local Lions club and have a look at the options for drop - off. Most Specsavers work with their local Lions Clubs as pick up points, along with a few other optical stores and other businesses.  

https://lionsclubs.org.au/contact/sa/

 

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Thanks for asking my question. I also found out that kids glasses can go to the women’s and children’s for those who can’t afford glasses

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