The Venados de Mazatlán Club and the Antonio Toledo Corro Lions Club strengthen ties to support the neediest people.
MAZATLÁN.- The Club Venados de Mazatlán continues to strengthen its working ties with the Antonio Toledo Corro Lions Club, this time they announced the campaign on hearing health that they will carry out in conjunction with the Edison Audiology Clinic.
Paúl Luque Wiley, general manager of the Mazatlan board of directors, and Anabella García Covantes, president of the Antonio Toledo Corro Lions Club, led the presentation of the event in which they announced the details of the program, with which they seek to help the neediest.
The campaign will take place on March 3 and 4 at the Teodoro Mariscal stadium facilities, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.; Interested persons should contact the numbers 6691-22-66-74 and 6692-73-21-76, and schedule their attention.
For its part, hearing aids will cost 6,650 pesos, which includes review and audiometry, this campaign will not have a limited quota and people who access must give a deposit of 650 pesos.
“This is our second campaign, this time it is focused on hearing health, and the alliance comes hand in hand with the nationally recognized clinic and they will be responsible for the care that will be provided, we believe that once again we will have a an event with a great response from the community”, indicated Luque Wiley.
On the other hand, Benjamín Delgado Corral, representative of the participating clinic, said that it is very important to help and that people can recover their hearing for their integration into the community.