[Colorado-talk] Thank you! Thank you, CCB!
Melissa R. Green
graduate56 at juno.com
Thu Feb 7 19:16:54 UTC 2019
As a graduate of the Ccb, I second Kevans's words. I would add that when or if you ever become discouraged about your job. Remember, the fact that you are special, and that you make a difference in many lives, and even in one life is a great impact.
MelissaR. Green and Pj
----- Original Message -----
From: Kevan Worley via Colorado-Talk <colorado-talk at nfbnet.org>
To: his'NFB of Colorado Discussion List'" <colorado-talk at nfbnet.org>
Date: Thursday, February 7, 2019 8:46 am
Subject: [Colorado-talk] Thank you! Thank you, CCB!
> Greetings to the best training center staff in the world. I am sure that not
> all staff subscribe to this list. But I know that many do. I was at our
> center yesterday. It was pretty quiet. Many of you were out skiing and
> traveling and doing other great stuff with your students. Thank you for
> that. I was thinking that the staff that came before you had such an amazing
> impact on my life. I am truly honored by what you all do every single day.
> If the walls of our center buildings throughout history could talk! No.
> That's a bad idea. I know we ask a lot of you. Thank you. It is not an
> exaggeration to say that each of you have changed the lives of dozens and
> dozens of people. You really have. So when the going gets tough! Please know
> that many of us greatly appreciate you. I believe that those of us who are
> graduates or serve on the national Federation of the blind of Colorado board
> or the Colorado Center for the blind board do not send you, each and
> everyone of you our love and appreciation often enough. I hope you are
> having a beautiful glorious weekend. And if I can ever do anything to be of
> service or support to you personally or professionally. Please ask. I mean
> that sincerely.
> At Your Service,
> Kevan Worley
> Manager, NFBCO Project Literacy
> Cell: (303(929-2369
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