[NFBMI-Talk] You Are Invited: Michigan's Got Talent Competition

Amy Sabo amieelsabo at gmail.com
Mon Sep 23 03:34:15 UTC 2019

hello rob and all,
thanks for posting this to the list. this sounds awesome and, i'am
glad that the nfb of mi is going to host this along with the student
division in mi. I know that there is a lot of awesome talent in the
nfb and, especially in my home state of mi. I plan to forward this
onto the performing arts division list as well too! so, all members of
the performing arts division are aware of this and, it can get some
good pr news in advertising for this!

thanks again for sharing this and, good luck to all of the performers
who join in the fun of this!

amy sabo

On 9/22/19, Robert Earl Parsons via NFBMI-Talk <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Greetings Fellow Federationist
> It's that time ! The countdown to when we all gather in Grand Rapids for an
> exciting weekend of learning, advocacy and fellowship. The 2019 NFB of
> Michigan State Convention is promising to be filled with love, hope and
> determination. What's more exciting, however, is the treat that the Michigan
> Association of Blind Students has in store for all of you. Our inaugural
> talent competition, Michigan's Got Talent, will showcase the affiliate's
> best performances in the Crowne Plaza, along with a cash bar and appetizers.
> Join the student division in this exciting event on Friday, November 8, 2019
> at 9pm for all the fun.
> Attached is the official flyer for the event. Please feel free to share this
> flyer with friends, family, and other affiliate members to encourage them to
> come. Preregister for this event at our discounted price of $5 by visiting
> the registration page at
> www.nfbmi.org/convention<http://www.nfbmi.org/convention>. Tickets are $7 at
> the door, so please take advantage of the savings.
> Interested in competing in the competition? Competitors are required to
> register for the event and then sign up for the competition by clicking the
> link located in the attached flyer. If you have any questions, feel free to
> call Robert Parsons, Vice President, at 804.801.7674. We look forward to
> connecting with you and hope that you enjoy the show.
> Blessings
> Robert E. Parsons Jr.
> President, Kalamazoo Chapter
> Vice President, Michigan Association of Blind Students
> National Federation of the Blind of Michigan
> Phone: 804 801 7674
> "Without struggle, there is no progress." -Frederick Douglas

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