[Greater-Baltimore] Chapter meeting reminder

Danielsen, Chris CDanielsen at nfb.org
Wed Oct 7 12:32:13 UTC 2015

Dear Fellow Federationists:

This is just a reminder that the meeting of the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of Maryland will take place this Saturday, October 10. The meeting was moved in order to avoid conflict with the Baltimore Running Festival taking place on our usual meeting day. The meeting will be held at the NFB Jernigan Institute, 200 East Wells Street, Baltimore MD 21230, and will begin at 10 a.m. in the usual conference room.

If you have money from the sale of Boscov's discount tickets, please remember to bring it to this meeting. Please also consider returning any unsold tickets so that the chapter can sell them at our table outside Boscov's on October 17. Speaking of which, we need volunteers to man this table, so please consider whether you can participate in this important activity.

Also, please remember that our chapter needs to provide door prizes for the upcoming state convention. Since this will be our final chapter meeting prior to the convention, please bring your door prize donations to this meeting. Remember, bring something that you would like to win yourself!

Chapter elections will take place this Saturday. Also we will receive an update from the NFB's access technology team on its recent and upcoming activities.

If you have other items for the meeting agenda, or if you have any questions, please call 443-516-7855 or send an email to greaterbaltimore at nfbmd.org<mailto:greaterbaltimore at nfbmd.org>.

See you on Saturday!


Chris Danielsen, Chapter President

Christopher S. Danielsen, J.D.
Director of Public Relations
National Federation of the Blind
200 East Wells Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Office: (410) 659-9314, extension 2330
Mobile: (410) 262-1281
Email: cdanielsen at nfb.org<mailto:cdanielsen at nfb.org>
Twitter: @NFB_Voice

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