Somerville’s Low Vision-No Vision Group Partners With Somerville Lions & The Mills at Pulaski Street, Peabody, MA

By William Tauro 

This past Wednesday afternoon, Somerville’s “Low Vision-No Vision” group got treated to a summer luncheon at the Mount Vernon Restaurant. The luncheon was hosted be the Somerville Lions Club and sponsored by Gary DeCicco of The Mills at Pulaski Street. 
DeCicco has partnered with the Somerville Council on Aging as well as with the Somerville Lions Club to help find a cure to blindness and raise much need awareness of the what people with low Vision and no vision go through on a daily basis. 
Somerville COA Director Cindy Hicky organized the event and she has been very instrumental in guiding the group to its much acclaimed success. 
The magical voice and comedy of Somerville’s own Jimmy DelPonte was the entertainment of the day who played the tunes and got the crowd roaring enjoying his fun melody of songs. 
Somerville’s Low Vision-No Vision group meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 10:30am at the Somerville COA headquarters on Holland Street Somerville.
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