[tabi] Re: White Cane Safety - A Success in Tallahassee

  • From: Lighthouse of the Big Bend <lighthousebigbend@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 23:21:24 -0400

Sila - yes, totally agree! It was so awesome to be able to tell
visitors that all the major groups from our 'blindness community' were
right there together at Lake Ella, and introduce newcomers to eveyone.
 Wonderful to have such a collaborative effort and to see so many
folks come out to spread awareness. Way to go, Tallahassee! Let's keep
it up!

On 10/15/11, Sila Miller <silam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Today, the Tallahassee Council of the Blind gathered with the local chapters
> of the National Federation of the Blind, Tallahassee Lions, Division of
> Blind Services and the Lighthouse of the Big Bend to raise public awareness
> and educate folks about our needs and concerns.
> It was like a mini-festival with t-shirts, homemade dog biscuits and various
> other items for sale as well as vision screenings available. The fall
> weather was beautiful. Several groups of cane users and dog guide handlers
> walked around Lake Ella, many wearing their snazzy White Cane t-shirts,
> (black with "Obey White Cane Safety - It's the Law! on the front and Close
> Your Eyes... Now Cross the Street on the back and depicting a white cane as
> well). Don't worry, if you weren't there and didn't get one of these
> t-shirts, TCB still has them available at $15.00. (Contact me off list if
> you are interested in purchasing one.
> I can not express how proud of everyone I am and how happy it makes me to
> see our organizations working in partnership for the betterment of ALL blind
> people! Way to go Tallahassee Blind Community folks!!! Lets do it again next
> year, ok?
> Respectfully and proudly!
> Sila

Lighthouse of the Big Bend
Guiding People Through Vision Loss
3071 Highland Oaks Terrace
Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 942-3658
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