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New Optometry Practice Looking to Give Back to Less Fortunate

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Dr. Magdalena Spiewak of East Brunswick might look familar to many as she worked part-time at Crown Eyecare Center near Shoprite and BestBuy. 
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We're open M/W 9a-7p, Th/Fri 9a-5p and Sat 8a-12p. We also speak Spanish and Polish.
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Brand new equipment. Stop in for your eye exam today!
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Jamesburg Family Eyecare is a new, privately owned optometry practice located at 333 Forsgate Drive in Jamesburg, NJ. We offer comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fittings and designer eyewear. Most insurances are accepted. Arrive early and enjoy complimentary coffee, tea, hot chocolate and snacks.

We have launched a year-long eyeglasses drive to collect 2,016 used eyeglasses in 2016 to donate to the local Lion’s Club. Residents can stop by our office, even without an appointment, to donate their old glasses. Jamesburg Family Eyecare is open M/W 9a-7p, Th/F 9a-5p and Sat 8a-12p. For more information about the 2016/2016 eyeglass drive and to schedule an appointment, visit Jamesburgeye.com or call us at 732-656-1515.

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