TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A local group made up of best of friends and they've never even seen each other!
That's because they're all legally blind! They are members of the Good Cheer Club in Terre Haute and they celebrated the clubs 102 anniversary on Wednesday.
Once-a-month a local church like Saint Margaret Mary's Catholic Church hosts the group and treats members to lunch.
Good Cheer provides rides to the grocery store for one – which is something people with good vision take for granted!
To learn more about the Good Cheer Club, call the News 10 newsroom at 812-232-4953.
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