[NFB-NM] FW: Welcome to the "NFB-Seniors" mailing list

nfbnewmexicosecretary at gmail.com nfbnewmexicosecretary at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 01:55:58 UTC 2020

Best wishes,

Tonia Trapp, secretary
National Federation of the Blind of New Mexico

-----Original Message-----
From: Veronica Smith 
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 4:02 PM
To: nfbnewmexicosecretary at gmail.com
Subject: FW: Welcome to the "NFB-Seniors" mailing list

Tonia, could you please share this with our listserve? Thanks, V Welcome to
the NFB-Seniors at nfbnet.org mailing list! The National Federation of the
Blind Senior Division is sponsoring a new e-mail list called nfb-seniors.
Ask questions, share answers and provide encouragement to the fastest
growing part of the blind population.
The idea for this list came out of the seminar held during our trip to
Washington and in conversations with our members. Let's show all the
computer wizzards that we seniors are alive and well in the 21st century.
Join the list!
The list is moderated by Division president Judy Sanders.  You can reach her
jsanders.nfb at comcast.net

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david.andrews at nfbnet.org

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