New Vision eye care opening in West Chester
New Vision Family Eye Care will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony with the West Chester Area Chamber of Commerce and open for business at 9 a.m. on Monday. New Vision is located in Bradford Plaza between Downingtown Pike and Strasburg Road in East Bradford. There will be light refreshments and short tours of the facility.
New Vision said it takes pride in being a patient-centered, technology-driven office. It boasts hundreds of frames that are up-to-date with the latest trends in eyewear. While there are the usual tried and true frame styles, New Vision Family Eye Care also has independent lines, each with a unique story, not found in most other places in the West Chester area.
All ages are encouraged to have eye exams and age-appropriate testing.
Dr. Olayemi Swindell is the practitioner.
“At New Vision, we believe your reality is based on what perspective you have of your life circumstances. That’s why we strive to create an atmosphere where our patients can entrust the eye care of their whole family to us for years to come, developing a new view of their world-one pair of eyes at a time,” Swindell said.
For more information, visit www.newvisioneyes.com.
Hoover donates to food bank
In 2012, Hoover Financial Ad-
visors PC selected Chester County Food Bank as its charity of record. Each autumn it holds a Fall Funds for Food campaign to raise money for the food bank before the holidays.
With participation from employees, clients and business colleagues HFA has brought in close to $50,000 since 2012. At a recent check presentation, Pete Hoover, founder and CEO of the Malvern area company,
contributed $15,000 to the local food bank on behalf of HFA and its clients.
“At this time of year, we look forward to upcoming holidays and many wonderful family dinners,” Hoover said. “What we too often overlook is the fact there are thousands of people who are unable to gather around the table and enjoy a delicious meal. Not in Chester County, you may say. Sadly, the fact is one in 14 people in the wealthiest county in Pennsylvania lack reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable nutritious food.
HFA hopes to make the upcoming months brighter for these families.”
In addition to financial donations, this summer HFA’s staff created food boxes for kids and picked tomatoes at Pete’s Produce Farm. For each dollar donated by financial planning firm, Chester County Food Bank can provide four meals or five pounds of food. Since its inception in 2009, it has provided the equivalent of 1.7 million meals. Eighty-nine percent of the food bank’s operating budget supports the hungry.
The new offices of New Vision Family Eye Care.
Dr. Olayemi Swindell