PBA announces ‘Most Beautiful Eyes’

November 30, 2011

Kayla Helferich, 8, from South Carolina, is the grand prize winner in Prevent Blindness America’s (PBA’s) “Most Beautiful Eyes” contest. Helferich has been awarded a $25,000 scholarship and will become the face of Star Pupils, PBA’s signature children's eye health program.

Chicago-Kayla Helferich, 8, from South Carolina, is the grand prize winner in Prevent Blindness America’s (PBA’s) “Most Beautiful Eyes” contest. Helferich has been awarded a $25,000 scholarship and will become the face of Star Pupils, PBA’s signature children's eye health program.

Lyla Zaragoza, 2, of Oklahoma, won the first runner-up prize of a $4,000 scholarship, and Hailey Verrill, 4, from Maine received a $2,000 scholarship as the second runner-up.

The national contest took place earlier this year when parents of children aged 0 to 17 years were encouraged to submit a photo of their child online.

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