Category: On Sight

Fishing Has No Boundaries: Adapting the Sport for People Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

Photo courtesy of Fishing Has No Boundaries Fishing provides an opportunity to relax and be surrounded by nature. With a few tools and adaptive techniques, fishing can be enjoyed by people who are blind or visually impaired. Fishing Has No Boundaries is a nonprofit which… Continue Reading Fishing Has No Boundaries: Adapting the Sport for People Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

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The Council Celebrates 2020 Scholarship Recipients in a Virtual Ceremony

Eight scholarship recipients talk about what the scholarships mean to them with Council CEO/Executive Director and scholarship work group co-chair Rebecca Arrowood. A virtual celebration was held to honor the Council’s 2020 scholarship recipients on Thursday, June 4. Council board, staff, members of the Scholarships… Continue Reading The Council Celebrates 2020 Scholarship Recipients in a Virtual Ceremony

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How the Council Provides Essential Services During the Safer at Home Order

Council Education and Vision Services Director Amy Wurf at her home office. Council staff understand the need for information, connection and support during COVID-19. Even though the Council building is closed to the public and all in-person appointments and classes are postponed, staff are committed to providing essential services to clients and customers. The… Continue Reading How the Council Provides Essential Services During the Safer at Home Order

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