[Community-service] Blindness, braille, community service

Cindy Ray cindyray at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 18:53:18 UTC 2017

I used to have a braille production business. I produce my church bulletin in braille, though no one uses it except for me. It would be available though if other braille readers came to the service. My husband does his church's bulletins, too, and there is one other person who takes advantage of it. When I was an intern at that church, I produced five bulletins each Sunday.

We participate in the Braille Challenge each year, not so much as a chapter, but those of us who can and are interested do.

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From: Community-Service [mailto:community-service-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Darian via Community-Service
Sent: Wednesday, January 4, 2017 11:14 AM
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Cc: Darian <dsmithnfb at gmail.com>
Subject: [Community-service] Blindness, braille, community service

Hello all,
As today is Louis Brielle's birthday, and we in the national Federation of the blind believe so strongly in the profound impact on braille on the lives of blind people, I wanted to know how you use braille in giving back to your community?
Understand that it might sound odd, I mean… Using braille to give back to the community?
Well… We use braille in many different parts of our life, seems reasonable that we would probably use it to give back? 
So, how do you, your friends, your chapter members, your division, your family, use braille to help you raise the expectations of blind people by serving in your community and living the life you want?

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