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Fri Mar 23 11:47:11 EDT 2012
Here is a group I came across looking to have fun with like sighted people:
Want to meet up and just have fun with some cool blind and low vision people like you?
Come out with us some time and hang out.
Introducing Valley of the Blind, a social based group in Sacramento that meets at least once a month to get together and have fun.
We go to descriptive movies, concerts, pubs, play accessible games and more.
Next activity will be a Karaoke night. The time isn't set yet but stay tuned or friend us on face book with the link below or search google groups for Valley of the Blind.
Please pass on the word about us and have a good weekend!
The VOB Team
Valley Of The Blind
Visit our Face Book page.
info.valleyoftheblind at gmail.com
Socializing the blind and low vision of the Sacramento area since 2011 with good times and helpful company.
For more info, call 916-340-4591 or
Visit our Face Book page.
On Mar 22, 2012, at 7:57 PM, Dornetta McConnell wrote:
> My name is Netta & welcome to the list. I will only encourage you to follow your hearts desire. The discussions on this list are both informative & enlightening. Wishing you all the luck!!
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> On Mar 22, 2012, at 4:44 PM, "Littlefield, Tyler" <tyler at tysdomain.com> wrote:
>> We are really glad to have you here. My name is Ty, and I am the nabs webmaster. I'm going to key on the getting involved and guidedog deal.
>> First, you should get involved with ACBS if this is your sort of thing--try coming to a committee meeting one day and see how you like it. All the committee members are always looking for people to help out, and where ever you decided to would be most welcome.
>> Second, everyone has their personal preferences for guide dog schools; I prefer GDB.
>> GDB's staff from your first interview to after you have the dog at home is incredibly helpful and they have an all-around awesome staff. They do what they can to help you while you're there, and the dogs, instructors and etc are really good. After you graduate you get help with vet bills if you need--I don't know of any school that does this apart from GDB, and they also help you pay for the heartworm and that.
>> On 3/22/2012 2:01 PM, lizzy wrote:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> My name is Lizzy and I am a sophomore in high school. I am new to the list and I am very interested in getting involved with anything vision related. I am totally blind due to retinal detachment. I am very active in school and the community and I love making new friends and meeting new people! I love being busy so if anyone knows of any good groups or activities please let me know. Also I've been thinking about getting a guide dog, most likely for my senior year. Any information (personal experiences) good or bad on any school in the US. is wanted. I have researched a few but I haven't gotten any personal experiences.
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