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Tri-Valley Lions give out two sets of hearing aids

The Tri-Valley Lions Club along with Beltone Hearing Aid Center of Hegins provided recycled hearing aids to Jeanette Smith and Debra Huss of Valley View.

Recycled hearing aids that have been tested and refurbished by Beltone are being provided to residents of the Tri-Valley School District. Applicants must have a hearing aid need as evaluated by Beltone and meet the financial criteria of the program to qualify.

The program consists of three visits by Beltone. The first visit provides a hearing evaluation. The second visit is the fitting of the recycled hearing aid, and the third appointment is a follow-up to assure everything is OK. All services are provided free of charge.

The Tri-Valley Lions Club qualifies the recipients for the program, and Beltone does the refurbishing of the hearing aids and provides any new accessories required.

The Lucht family operates nine Beltone locations in northeastern Pennsylvania.

Applications for the hearing aid program can be requested by sending an email to, writing to the Tri-Valley Lions at 535 E. Main St. Hegins, PA or asking any club member.

The Lions Club is in need of hearing aids that are no longer needed. They can be dropped off wherever the Lions collect used eyeglasses: The Valley View Post Office and Redners Market, Hegins.

They can also be deposited in a drop box next to the Lions mailbox at 535 E. Main St. or given to any Lions member.

Source: Berkshire mont

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