A clinic in rural Haiti attracts a medical team from Kansas City, which periodically visits to provide eye care in a country sorely lacking in ophthalmologists and other eye experts. Here Scott Hocker teaches a little boy who lives at Northwest Haiti Christian Mission how to throw a football. After the clinic was closed for the day, medical team members played in the courtyard with the children.
A clinic in rural Haiti attracts a medical team from Kansas City, which periodically visits to provide eye care in a country sorely lacking in ophthalmologists and other eye experts. Here Scott Hocker teaches a little boy who lives at Northwest Haiti Christian Mission how to throw a football. After the clinic was closed for the day, medical team members played in the courtyard with the children. Heather Adams Special to The Star
A clinic in rural Haiti attracts a medical team from Kansas City, which periodically visits to provide eye care in a country sorely lacking in ophthalmologists and other eye experts. Here Scott Hocker teaches a little boy who lives at Northwest Haiti Christian Mission how to throw a football. After the clinic was closed for the day, medical team members played in the courtyard with the children. Heather Adams Special to The Star

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August 25, 2015 10:00 AM

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