HW: A gift of vision December 22, 2009

Optometrist Julie Larson, O.D., left, hands patient Sarah Sterling equipment to fine tune her reading glasses in Larson’s office at the Rimrock WalMart. Sterling had congenital cataracts that grew progressively worse until Larson and others stepped in to get her surgery on her eyes. In return, Sterling, a Mesa State college student and artist, plans to paint a mural on a blank wall in Larson’s office.



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Optometrist Julie Larson, O.D., left, hands patient Sarah Sterling equipment to fine tune her reading glasses in Larson’s office at the Rimrock WalMart. Sterling had congenital cataracts that grew progressively worse until Larson and others stepped in to get her surgery on her eyes. In return, Sterling, a Mesa State college student and artist, plans to paint a mural on a blank wall in Larson’s office.

Sarah Sterling could be totally blind today if it weren’t for the compassion and support of a local optometrist. Sterling, 25, had congenital cataracts, and in the past year her vision…




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