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Submission deadlines are the first of the month.
The American Council of the Blind is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, visit the ACB website and complete an application form, or contact the national office at the number listed above.
Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Ardis Bazyn at the above mailing address. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office can make printed cards available for this purpose. To remember the American Council of the Blind in your Last Will and Testament, you may include a special paragraph for that purpose. If your wishes are complex, contact the ACB national office.
To make a contribution to ACB via the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 2802.
For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the "Washington Connection" toll-free at (800) 424-8666, 5 p.m. to midnight Eastern time, or visit the Washington Connection online at http://www.acb.org.
Jim Olsen smiles during a lull at the registration office at the Pittsburgh convention. He is seated in a chair behind a table, wearing a name tag over his white shirt and patterned tie.
ACB Officers, ACB Board of Directors, and Board of Publications
There were two errors in the article entitled "ACB Welcomes 18 New Life Members" (February 2005). Susie Davis of Raleigh, N.C., was listed as having purchased her own life membership. In fact, the North Carolina Council of the Blind purchased Davis' life membership. The life membership in memory of the late Wayne Yelton, presented to Patricia Yelton of Mebane, N.C., was also purchased by the North Carolina Council of the Blind. We regret the errors.
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