August 2010
Braille Forum;Aug2010, p27
The article presents news brief related to the services offered by councils and associations for the blind people. The Mountain State Council of the Blind is holding its convention on September 17-18, 2010 at Wingate Inn International Inc. in Charleston, New York. Arkansas Council of Blind presents a scholarship of 1000 dollars to several blind students. Mid-Tennessee Council of Blind (MTCB) will raise funds by holding the Braille Poker Run in Tennessee.


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