[Nfbc-info] Join Us In Organizing a San Jose Chapter of the NFBofCalifornia
jonathan at lyens.com
Tue Apr 28 21:30:31 CDT 2009
Yes, the King library is a joint library with San Jose and San Jose Sate
University. It is wheelchair accessible. It will be held from 3-5 p.m.
on Saturday, May 2.
Please feel free to pass the information along to your friend.
Jonathan T. Lyens MPA
Email: jonathan at lyens.com
Fax: (321) 256-8896
From: nfbc-info-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:nfbc-info-bounces at nfbnet.org]
On Behalf Of Ken Volonte
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 7:01 PM
To: NFB of California List
Subject: Re: [Nfbc-info] Join Us In Organizing a San Jose Chapter of the
Hi Jonathan. Is the King Library a part of the Public Library system in
Jose? I might have a friend who would be interested in coming. How
will this meeting be and is it wheel chair accessible?
Good luck with this organizational effort. I know that there have
a couple of attempts to organize a San Jose chapter in the past. Ken
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From: "Jonathan Lyens" <jonathan at lyens.com>
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Subject: [Nfbc-info] Join Us In Organizing a San Jose Chapter of the NFB
> NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND OF CALIFORNIA
> San Jose Chapter Organizing Party!
> Are you blind or visually impaired?
> Do you live in the San Jose area?
> If so, come join the FUN!
> Who? The National Federation of the Blind of California
> What? An organizing party to create a local San Jose chapter
> When? Saturday, May 2, 2009 at 3:00 PM
> Where? King Library, 150 E. San Fernando St., Mezzanine level
> Why? To meet other blind people like you
> Come join our new chapter and learn about:
> * Scholarship opportunities for visually impaired high school
> college students
> * Cool new ways for blind students to participate in science,
> and engineering
> * How to access technology, including computers and cell phones
> * Resources for seniors experiencing vision loss
> * Networking opportunities for blind professionals
> * Local resources for blind people in the Bay Area
> * Ways to meet other parents of blind children
> What is the National Federation of the Blind (NFB)?
> * The NFB is the largest organization of blind people in the
> nation and tackles many of the issues that concern blind people on a
> daily basis.
> The NFB passionately believes that it is respectable to be blind and
> that any blind person can live happily along side their sighted
> community members.
> Please email Jonathan Lyens at: Jonathan at lyens.com with any questions.
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