When Sgt. Donald Babbin began working at the Brunswick Police Department in 2006, he came to the department hoping he would get the chance to work with a police K-9 dog. He got his chance, working closely with the couple of dogs the department had w ...
For years, Lions Club International has served as "knights for the blind." Inspired by Helen Keller and assisting low income people worldwide with vision problems in many ways, from collecting used eyeglasses to ship overseas to providing hospitals a ...
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When Sgt. Donald Babbin began working at the Brunswick Police Department in 2006, he came to the department hoping he would get the chance to work with a police K-9 dog. He got his chance, working closely with the couple of dogs the department had w ...
For years, Lions Club International has served as "knights for the blind." Inspired by Helen Keller and assisting low income people worldwide with vision problems in many ways, from collecting used eyeglasses to ship overseas to providing hospitals a ...
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