We’re celebrating! AEA is grateful to have been voted Best Eye Care Specialist 2014 by over 12,000 readers of Mountain Xpress this year. Thanks everyone!
Thanks to everybody who came and ran and/or worked out to support the Guide Dogs!! We had a gorgeous fall day (even though it was a little chilly)and a fantastic time! Thanks to all of our AEA staff and community volunteers who helped out at the events, and special thanks to Carolina Day School, our host sponsor!
Stop in our 2001 Hendersonville Road office (near the intersection of Long Shoals Road and Hendersonville Road) and see our newly remodeled office! We’ve got a beautiful selection of eyeglass frames such as Kate Spade, Juicy Couture, Diane Von Furstenburg, Ferragamo, Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, and much more. Sunglasses include Oakley, Nike, and Native, and we also carry safety glasses. Our friendly staff will be happy to help you select just the right frames to fit your style.
Paul Clark, Citizen-Times correspondent 7:59 p.m. EDT September 29, 2014
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(Photo: Special to the Citizen-Times )
A run through Biltmore Forest in fall is like a walk in the park, beautiful and relaxing. And during the Run the Forest 5K and Fitness Event on Saturday, participants will have the opportunity to do some good for the sight impaired.
We are grateful to the many local businesses who are sponsoring our Run the Forest 5K and Fitness Event Saturday, October 4. Special thanks to Platinum Sponsor Carolina Day School! 5K run and Fitness event both start and finish at Carolina Day School, and special thanks to our Diamond Partner First Citizens Bank. Bring your family for a fun outdoor event to support the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc, a nonprofit. Sign up today at: www.communityfitnessevents.com
Thanks to AEA’s Edward K. Isbey, III, MD who helped provide free eye exams this past Saturday at the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s vision screening project for the American Legion during the Legion’s 96th annual national convention held in Charlotte, NC August 22-28.
The screening service was planned by the AAO and the NC Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons. The screenings included assessment of risk factors, visual acuity, visual field, slit-lamp examination and direct ophthalmoscopy. Thanks also to AEA ophthalmic technician Sam Searcy (COA) who assisted Dr. Isbey.