[Nfbmo] [Nfbaz-news] NFBA holds our annual White Cane Safety Day at the Capital
gwunder at earthlink.net
Fri Oct 7 15:57:55 UTC 2016
This is fantastic. Some of us have celebrated this day and this month so
long that we no longer bring the kind of enthusiasm you evidence. This is a
lesson to me which I will share with our affiliate.
From: Nfbaz-news [mailto:nfbaz-news-bounces at az.nfb.org] On Behalf Of Donald
Porterfield via Nfbaz-news
Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2016 3:15 PM
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Subject: [Nfbaz-news] NFBA holds our annual White Cane Safety Day at the
Please find attached and below information about our annual White Cane
Arizona White Cane Safety Day
Information and Agenda
When: Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
This year's White Cane Safety Day will again focus on the rights of blind
people to parent their own children as well as the importance of specialized
comprehensive skills training for Department of Economic Security blind
consumers. We begin at the Department of Economic Security, at Noon, which
is located at 1789 W. Jefferson in Phoenix. Lunch will be provided by the
Business Enterprise Program Cafeteria Val's Get away. Prices for lunch is
$6.25 and includes sandwich (Turkey, ham, roast beef,) chips, cookie
condiments and bottle water.
After lunch, we will distribute informational material about the capacity of
blind people to parent effectively and how skills related training is
critical to successful employment and full participation in family and
At 1:00, we will march several blocks to the Capitol building where the
governor's proclamation will be read by Senator Steve Farley. The reading
of the proclamation will take place in the Arizona Senate Gallery followed
by remarks from various state Legislators.
If you wish to attend, please register by October 11th by sending an email
to Amy Porterfield at aporterfield at saavi.us.
I look forward to seeing you there, and living the life you want.
Donald Porterfield ESQ.
National Federation of the Blind of Arizona
donaldpfield at cox.net
The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the
characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the
expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles
between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want;
blindness is not what holds you back.
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