[Nfbc-info] [Nfbsf] January invite to the SF Chapter meeting
dsmithnfb at gmail.com
Mon Jan 18 04:24:42 UTC 2010
It's worth noting that the pizza is most certainly far from "least in
importance" :) so.. I'll be there for that! ... And everything
else too. :)
On 1/17/10, jktomasell at aol.com <jktomasell at aol.com> wrote:
> Come one, Come all, Come Hungry!
> The San Francisco Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind would
> like to extend an open AND FRIENDLY invitation to all whom are interested
> us for our monthly chapter meeting.
> Who: The membership and officers of the San Francisco chapter of the
> National Federation of the blind (NFBCSF)
> When: Saturday January 23, 2010 from 1-3 pm.
> Where: The San Francisco Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired
> 214 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 (415)431-1481.
> Why: to discuss matters of concern, share stories and experiences, as
> well as become more socially connected to other blind and visually impaired
> persons in the San Francisco bay area.
> How: Just show up! - We are located Between Grove and Hays near San
> Francisco City Hall. We are accessible by SF muni lines 47, 49, 31 and F
> Market. Also accessible via BART and Muni metro subway lines at Civic
> At our upcoming meeting we will have: discussions about current chapter
> business, updates on current organizational and state Affiliate goings-ons.
> Last but most certainly least,we will also have pizza for this meeting!
> If you have any questions about the NFBC San Francisco Chapter please
> contact our chapter president Eric Holm either at (415)425-5613 or at
> ericholm at att.net. We welcome your presence, energy, ideas and enthusiasm;
> and look forward to seeing you at our next NFBC San Francisco chapter
> Jaime Tomasello, Secretary of the NFBC San Francisco Chapter
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