[Ohio-talk] Contacts for saving the Cincinnati Library for theBlind
jwsmithnfb at verizon.net
Mon May 25 19:16:38 UTC 2009
I have been out of town for a few days but I appreciate your leadership here
Deborah and I will do whatever I can to make this campaign successful.
Several of the folks on the Senate Finance committee are close friends of
mine so they wil hear from me soon.
I too was led to believe that this was a done deal but I too am prepared to
go to battle and will appreciate all the support we can get now.
This is a call to action for all of us so let's do our part!
Dr. J. Webster Smith
President National Federation of the Blind of Ohio
P.O.BOX 458 Athens, Ohio, 45701-0458
Phone Number - 740-592-6326
"Changing What it Means to be Blind"
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> Great work, Deborah!. Now it is the turn of every person on this list and
> every chapter represented here to sit down and make the contacts. If you
> have time today, email senators. That way their aides will find and read
> messages tomorrow. Then you can follow up with a call to make sure they
> understand the issue. After that other people can weigh in with me-too
> messages to keep the problem on their front burner.
> I suggest that people report successes--offices that get interested--on
> list to encourage others and keep us working. Deborah's suggestions about
> personalizing the letters you send are right on target. We have only 33
> senators, so I hope that the affiliate will send a message from all of us
> each office. We must do all of this if we are to have a chance at the
> eleventh hour.
> We have done such things in the past; we can do it again if we decide to!
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