[Ct-nfb] [FWD: RE: Focus group]
Cookiechumper at aol.com
Cookiechumper at aol.com
Thu Oct 20 03:41:06 UTC 2011
It is very nice to hear back from you and that is great you are going to
Lake George it is very nice up there. I had to wait to hear back from Frank
Recchia the a friend and reporter who will be doing the interview he was
off covering a big story today so I am sorry for not getting back to you
right away. Frank said that he didn't know what says when in the week those
dates were that you had given, but if that does work out that you can come
in earlier that would be so amazing.
I had told Frank that Roselle had just won the award, your book is doing
well, the Hallmark story, and how well you are doing he was so thrilled for
you that its nice to hear that one of the good ones is getting great success
for a change. Frank and I were talking and wanted to know since you had
one amazing dog and now another and share a love for dogs as many do, but we
had a few tragic stories lately of dogs getting hurt badly in protection
of their master just amazing stories and so these few would tie in so
amazing of talking about the courage of Roselle and so on.
Forgive me I am sorry I have forgotten the name of your foundation for
Roselle if you can tell me again because it would be talked about and would
like to get it out now too. I have learned that people are very good when it
comes to dogs and animals and giving to help them.
I hope you are well and I so look forward to meeting with you in November
and it all falls into place this time. Joe Tolve is as well excited in
meeting up with you.
In a message dated 10/19/2011 11:59:30 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
llee at nfbct.org writes:
From: "Elizabeth Rival" <_erival at comcast.net_ (mailto:erival at comcast.net) >
Date: Wed, October 19, 2011 10:06 am
From: Steve Famiglietti [_mailto:famigliettis at ciboakhill.org_
(mailto:famigliettis at ciboakhill.org) ]
Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 9:00 AM
October 18, 2011
Oak Hill will conduct a focus group to discuss the current and future
state of services for people who are legally and totally blind in the state of
CT. Your ideas and suggestions will be welcome during this discussion.
Free lunch will be provided.
Our discussion will take place on Tuesday, November 1, 2011, from 11:00AM
to 2:00PM,at the NEAT Center at Oak Hill, located at 33 Coventry St in
Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, October 28, 2011 to Steven Famiglietti at 860
286-3100 or _Famigliettis at ciboakhill.org_
(mailto:Famigliettis at ciboakhill.org)
We welcome your thoughts on a range of topics including, transportation,
employment, serving the aging population, and providing services in a
Carroll Center like environment. If you have an idea about a service you'd like
to see provided to people in CT, please share it with our group during the
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Blind Services Vocational Manager
The NEAT Center at Oak Hill
33 Coventry St.
Hartford, CT 06112
Phone 860 286-3100
Fax 860 286-3111
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