Salwa Azeez, left, uses a retinoscope to examine Smeily Perez's eyes during the 4th Annual Kids Vision Fest on Feb. 5, 2016, at the TCC Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth. About 1,000 students from Fort Worth ISD received eye exams and new glasses at no cost provided by the Essilor Vision Foundation.
Salwa Azeez, left, uses a retinoscope to examine Smeily Perez's eyes during the 4th Annual Kids Vision Fest on Feb. 5, 2016, at the TCC Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth. About 1,000 students from Fort Worth ISD received eye exams and new glasses at no cost provided by the Essilor Vision Foundation. Andrew Buckley Star-Telegram archives
Salwa Azeez, left, uses a retinoscope to examine Smeily Perez's eyes during the 4th Annual Kids Vision Fest on Feb. 5, 2016, at the TCC Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth. About 1,000 students from Fort Worth ISD received eye exams and new glasses at no cost provided by the Essilor Vision Foundation. Andrew Buckley Star-Telegram archives

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