[Nfbnet-members-list] Join us as we celebrate the National Federation of the Blind of Ohio's Annual Convention

Richard Payne rchpay7 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 13:33:26 UTC 2020

74th Annual Convention

The Vision Beyond Vision


Join us as we celebrate the National Federation of the Blind of Ohio's
Annual Convention and expand our circle of participation, connecting blind
Ohioans from across the state for what we expect to be the largest gathering
of blind people in the history of Ohio.

Considering the ongoing impact and wide-ranging effects of the COVID-19
pandemic, the 2020 State Convention will be held virtually for the first

We encourage you to begin preparing to attend this outstanding event during
the weekend of November 6th and 7th of 2020. This Convention will be the
largest assembly of blind people in the state this year. It will offer blind
people vision beyond vision, an opportunity to learn about accessible
technology at our Tech Fair, and living with blindness by attending many
educational seminars.


Code of Conduct


We welcome all attendees to our convention and embrace diversity, inclusion,
and mutual respect. Although we are meeting using Zoom, these items are
still relevant. To that end, please keep the following expectations in mind
when you join us:


Through advocacy, public awareness, and mentoring, the National Federation
of the Blind provides support to members and advocates for our rights to
live the lives we want. As a member or guest at our convention, you
represent not only yourself, but also our organization.


We want you to enjoy your time with us, make new friends, and renew old

Although we encourage members to socialize and have fun, the convention also
provides an important opportunity to come together to continue the work of
our organization, to learn about the important initiatives that we are
involved with on a local and national level, and to plan our work for the


Please remember these guidelines:


1. Welcome new attendees: Although you will undoubtedly enjoy time with your
friends, please reach out to those who have never joined us before and help
them to be comfortable. We welcome people from all walks of life and with
diverse needs and experiences.

2. Attend and participate in sessions.

3. Harassment will not be tolerated under any circumstances. If your
behavior could possibly make anyone uncomfortable, even if you would not be
upset by it yourself, do not do or say anything that could be considered
inappropriate by anyone.


About the NFB-O


The National Federation of the Blind of Ohio is a 501 (c)3 non-profit
organization and a founding affiliate of the National Federation of the
Blind. We are proud to be an integral part of the oldest and largest
organization of the blind in the United States. We are a diverse group of
people dedicated to changing what it means to be blind. Our members work
tirelessly to break down the legal, social, and personal barriers to living
the lives we want.

The mission of the National Federation of the Blind is to achieve widespread
emotional acceptance and intellectual understanding that the real problem of
blindness is not the loss of eyesight but the misconceptions and lack of
information which exist. We do this by bringing blind people together to
share successes, to support each other in times of failure, and to create
imaginative solutions.


The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the
characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the
expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles
between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want;
blindness is not what holds you back.


The NFB Pledge


I pledge to participate actively in the effort of the National Federation of
the Blind to achieve equality, opportunity, and security for the blind; to
support the policies and programs of the Federation; and to abide by its



The NFB-O is Ohio's oldest organization comprised of blind and sighted
people working together to change what it means to be blind. The 2020
Convention will inspire, empower, and celebrate our accomplishments. The NFB
of Ohio also provides encouragement, training, and support to families with
blind children and to veterans and people who are losing vision or have
become blind later in life.


If you would like to join the Ohio affiliate, you may contact William
Turner, Membership Coordinator at (330) 328-9860, and he will refer you to a
local chapter in your area.


National Federation of the Blind of Ohio

2020 Convention Principles of Voting


These principles of voting are proposed for consideration by the National
Federation of the Blind of Ohio Board of Directors for recommendation to the


Nothing in these principles of voting is intended to change Article III,
Section A of the National Federation of the Blind of Ohio's constitution.
The Convention remains "the supreme authority of the Federation. It is the
legislature of the Federation. As such, it has final authority in all issues
of policy, and members in attendance may participate in all convention
discussions as a matter of right. Any member of the Federation may make or
second motions and propose nominations." These procedures simply implement
the method for following the constitution in an electronic convention.


The below principles and procedures are intended to provide clarity and
advanced notice on how the convention will be managed in 2020. This document
will be read at the NFB of Ohio board meeting on November 6 and then a
second time after the roll call of chapters that afternoon. We will then ask
the Convention to vote on the proposed policy.

Those eligible to

vote on this proposal will be any enrolled voters present and voting at the
session on November

6 as described below.


An ad hoc committee shall deal with all questions and concerns related to
voting. The ad hoc committee will include Eric Duffy, Springfield chapter;
Suzanne Turner, Cleveland chapter, and Cheryl Fields, Cleveland chapter.
Eric Duffy shall chair the Ad Hoc committee.



All members who are registered for the convention and who have opted into
the voter enrollment system by October 18 will constitute the pool of
convention voters.

All votes will first be conducted by voice. If the president is unable to
determine the outcome of any vote, he will then call for an electronic vote.
On any vote any individual member who is registered for the convention and
who has opted into the voter enrollment system by the specified time may
also call for an electronic vote.


All electronic voting will be done via SMS (text message) or by phone.

Any matter must receive 51 percent support of the votes cast by the
convention voters present and voting in order to be affirmed."Present and
voting" will mean the subset of convention voters who actually cast a vote
on a given question.

Thus voters who are indifferent to a matter cannot block its consideration
by the Convention by choosing not to cast a vote. All electronic votes will
be allocated three minutes for vote time.


If voting indicates 75 percent support for or against a question before
three minutes' having elapsed, the chair may elect to move to the next order
of business.

An opportunity to practice voting will be offered in the convention on a
question that has no impact on the policy of the organization.


Door Prizes and Registration


Registration is now open and free.


Pre-registering for the Ohio Convention by October 27, 2020, makes attendees
eligible for door prizes. Door prizes will be drawn during Pre-Convention
Festivities, General Sessions, and the Banquet. Registration is required,
and you must be present to win. When your name is called, please virtually
raise your hand or email ohioprize at gmail.com <mailto:ohioprize at gmail.com>
within two minutes; which is the designated window of time to claim your
prize. Also, if you would like to donate a door prize, please alert Ohio's
Door Prize Facilitator, Annette Lutz, at the email address above.




All resolutions must be submitted to the resolutions Committee Chair,
Barbara Pierce, no later than October 23. Resolutions will be considered at
the General Session on Saturday, November 7, 2020. For questions, email
Barbara Pierce at BarbaraPierce9366 at gmail.com
<mailto:BarbaraPierce9366 at gmail.com> .


National Representative


The Ohio Affiliate is delighted to have the PAC Man as our National
Representative for 2020.

We are extending a warm welcome to Scott C. LaBarre, Esq., who is a leader
in the National Federation of the Blind.


Scott C. LaBarre owns and operates LaBarre Law Offices (LLO). LLO
specializes in employment law, disability rights, Social Security appeals,
estate planning, Randolph-Sheppard Act cases, and business law. Mr. LaBarre
has appeared in federal and state courts throughout the United States,
securing many important victories for his clients. He is permanently
admitted before the Supreme Court of the United States, the United States
Courts of Appeal for the Seventh and Tenth Circuits, the United States
District Court for the District of Colorado, and the Supreme Court of


Mr. LaBarre shares office space and often co-counsels with the firm of
Scobie and Morlang, who specialize in estate planning, tax planning,
business law, and other civil litigation.

Before launching his own firm in July 1998, Mr. LaBarre acted as general
counsel for the <http://nfb.org/> National Federation of the Blind of
Colorado, where he specialized in laws affecting the blind and disabled. He
served in that capacity for five years. Even after establishing LLO, he
remains very active in the NFB through his volunteer service in many
leadership roles. In October 2005 he became President of the Colorado
affiliate. He also serves as Chairman of the national PAC Committee.


He is President of the National Association of Blind Lawyers and Vice
Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Center for the Blind.
>From 1996 until June of

2002 he was

President of the NFB of Denver.


He is active in national, state, and local bar associations. Currently. he
serves as Chair of the American Bar Association's Commission on Mental and
Physical Disability Law. Mr. LaBarre is also active in the ABA's General
Practice Solo and Small Firm Division through his service on the governing
council and as Vice Director of the Division's Internal Affairs Group.
He has also served. as a Director in the ABA's Young Lawyers Division,
Vice Chairman of the ABA-YLD Bar Leadership Team, YLD Liaison to the ABA
Commission on Mental and Physical Disability Law, a member of the Colorado
Bar Association Board of Governors, and Treasurer of the Executive Council
of the Denver Bar Association's Young Lawyers. Mr. LaBarre received his
Bachelor of Arts from St. John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota,
in 1990 and his Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota in 1993. He
left Minnesota in

1993 to work at the National Headquarters of the National Federation of the
Blind. He moved to Colorado in June 1994. His wife, Anahit Galechyan, hales
from Armenia.

They have two children, Alexander (born October, 2002) and Emily (born
December, 2004).


General Zoom Information


All events will be held on the Zoom platform, and all times are Eastern
Standard Time (EST).


Helpful Zoom Commands


Phone command to mute and unmute: *6

Phone command to raise and lower hand: *9 Computer shortcut to mute and
unmute: Alt a Computer shortcut to raise and lower hand: Alt Y


Zoom Meeting Etiquette


Keep in mind that upon joining convention one will be placed on mute. If you
wish to speak and are not on the agenda, you may raise your hand. A host
will get to you as soon as possible; do not unmute yourself until you are
prompted to do so. If you are on the agenda, the host will unmute you as we
approach your presentation. Stay on mute if you are not speaking to the
group. If on video, please do not eat or move about in any way that could be
a distraction to others watching. We recommend that you don't activate your
video unless you are speaking.

Zoom Meeting Connection Information


One meeting link will be used for the Board Meeting, General Sessions, and
the Banquet. Closed Captioning will be available in these sessions.



Meeting ID: 408 185 0851


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Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/abdqTMSdcy Convention Agenda


Wednesday, November 4


6:30 pm EST Rookie Roundup: Introducing the Ohio affiliate, door prizes, and
more https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone: 669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


Thursday, November 5


3:00 p.m. EST Exhibit Seminar: HIMS, Universal Vision Technology, Vispero,
Vanda Pharmaceuticals, and more https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone:669 900
6833, ID: 4081850851


7:00 p.m., EST Happy Hour: Music, BYOB, Door Prizes, and More
https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone: 669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


Friday, November 6, 2020

9:00 to 10:15 am Hospitality Room will be open for an opportunity to mix and
mingle https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone: 669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


10:30 to Noon Board of Directors Meeting (open to all)

Phone: 669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


12:30 to 1:30 pm Meet and Greet: Come fellowship and network with
Federationists and organizational leaders. https://zoom.us/j/4081850851;

669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


2:00 - 5:00 pm GENERAL SESSION https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone:

669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


2:00 pm: Opening Ceremonies: Call to Order, Richard Payne, President, NFB of


2:05 pm: Invocation: Robert Pierce, U.S. veteran and member, NFB of Lorain


2:10 pm: Welcome to Dayton: Honorable, Mayor Nan Whaley, Office of the
Mayor, City of


Dayton, Ohio


2:25 pm: Welcome from the Host Chapter, Dr. Carolyn Peters, President, NFB
of the Miami Valley


2:35 pm: NFB Pledge: Kinshuk Tella, President, Ohio Association of Blind


2:40 pm: National Anthem: MaKenzie Love, BELL Student


2:45 pm: National Report, Scott C. LaBarre, National Representative,
President, NFB of Colorado


3:15 pm: Never Fear, NFB is Here: A Mom's Perspective on Learning and
Growing with the NFB Braille Enrichment for Literacy and Learning (BELL)
Program, Anne Casey, Member, Capital Chapter


3:30 pm: What Parents and Advocates Need to Know: Making the Most of
Educational Opportunities for Blind Children, Sarah Buoni, M. Ed. Education
Program Specialist, Low Incidence Disabilities, Office for Exceptional


3:55 pm: Report from Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) and
the Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired (BSVI), Kevin Miller, OOD
Director, Greg Dormer, Deputy Director, BSVI, and Berna King, Acting Program
Manager, BSVI. Their mission is to empower Ohioans with disabilities through
employment, disability determinations, and independence.


4:25 pm: Finding a New Job in the Storm with Patients in the Time of a
Pandemic, Suzanne Turner, Member, National Employment Committee, National
Federation of the Blind


4:45 pm: Roll Call of Chapters and Principles for Voting, Richard Payne,
President, NFB of Ohio Affiliate and Eric Duffy, Secretary, NFB Ohio Board


5:00 pm Recess


5:30 to 6:30 pm Ohio Association of Blind Merchants Meeting Annette Lutz,
https://zoom.us/j/99767866800?pwd=UVpNc1hHNkpDcUtKakhsVjMxdTRKdz09; Meeting

ID: 997 6786 6800; Passcode: 646765


5:30 to 6:30 pm Community Service Seminar, Cheryl Fields, Chair

Meeting ID: 965 7799 2664; Passcode: 675450


6:30 to 7:30 pm At-Large Chapter Meeting Colleen Roth, President
https://zoom.us/j/94199082969?pwd=OXRPK1V0c2hEVVN3VGtJUTRiQTFsUT09; Meeting

ID: 941 9908 2969; Passcode: 239980


7:00 to8:30 pm Ohio Association of Blind Students Meeting, OABS invites you
to a panel discussion. Several students will speak about their life goals,
college journey, and college major. Each student is studying something
different, so you can get to know about your younger piers. Come and listen
to this panel event and ask questions.

Kinshuk Tella, President

https://zoom.us/j/94817154341?pwd=VVozSkQ2L0hOczNNejFDYit0WWM4Zz09; Meeting

ID: 948 1715 4341; Passcode: 019607


7:00 pm Nominating Committee Meeting. Eric Duffy Chair This is a closed


7:30 to 8:30 pm Resolutions Committee Meeting, Barbra Pierce, chair. We
encourage the participation of all members. Come help shape and set policies
of the NFB of Ohio to advocate for positive change


Meeting ID: 940 7407 2817

Passcode: 430222

Saturday, November 7, 2020


7:30 to 8:45 am Ohio Association to Promote the Use of Braille Meeting,
MaryAnne Denning, President
https://zoom.us/j/94033702280?pwd=ZDQrLzJtYzZ5RUZkSk4vTGFhR01idz09; Meeting


940 3370 2280; Passcode: 733723


7:30 to 8:45 am Ohio Diabetes Action Network (DAN) meeting, Susan Day,

Meeting ID: 979 7495 3313; Passcode: 095571


9:00 - Noon GENERAL SESSION https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone:

669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


9:00 am Call to order, Suzanne Turner, Vice President, NFB of Ohio


9:05 am Invocation: Joanne Williams, Member, Cleveland chapter


9:10 am Diversity, Inclusion, and Mutual Respect, Delcenia Brown, Jim Weiss,
and Wilbert Turner


9:40 am What's happening with Disability Rights Ohio (DRO) Kerstin Sjoberg,
Executive Director, Disability Rights Ohio


10:00 am Creating Meaningful Career Opportunities for the Blind at
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Thomas D. Robinson, former Director of
Contracting, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson Air
Force Base, Ohio, former Chairman of the Ability One Commission


10:30 am: Why I'm a Federationist, William Turner, Member, NFB Ohio Board of


10:50 Presidential Report: The Vision beyond Vision, Richard Payne,
President, NFB of Ohio


11:10 am Living the Life You Want with Dual Disabilities. Todd Elzey,
blindness and hearing loss; Eric Duffy, blindness and cerebral palsy; Maggie
Stringer, blindness and hearing loss; Debbie Baker, blindness and cerebral


11:50 am Announcements


Noon Recess


Noon to 1:45 pm Hospitality Room will be open for an opportunity to mix and
mingle https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone: 669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


12:30 to 1:45 pm Ohio Parents of Blind Children Meeting with special guest
Carlton Anne Cook Walker, President of the National Organization of Parents
of Blind Children (NOPBC)
https://zoom.us/j/92563561932?pwd=VUNScTgxNkRxRDczQTJmdEIvNFZ1dz09; Meeting

ID: 925 6356 1932; Passcode: 889316


12:30 to 1:45 pm NFB of Ohio Senior Division Meeting, Barbara Pierce,

Meeting ID: 813 2617 8270; Passcode: 845630


12:30 to 1:45 pm Ohio Association of Guide Dog Users (OAGDU) Meeting, Deanna
Lewis, President

Meeting ID: 969 3353 1904; Passcode: 820219


2:00 to 3:50 pm Meet our NFB Training Centers, Andra Stover, Moderator;
BLIND, Inc.:

It's Your Future, We Can Help You Build It!, Jennifer Kennedy, Executive
Director, and Rachel Kuntz, Resource Development Coordinator; Colorado
Center, Julie Deden, Executive Director; and Louisiana Center for the Blind,
Pam Allen, Executive Director. Join us to learn more about how training can
help you live the life you want. Come learn and ask questions about the


Meeting ID: 936 7259 0200; Passcode: 846846


2:00 to 3:50 pm Workshop: Innovation in STEM Access for Blind Students and
Science Lovers, Moderator, Caroline Karbowski, Founder and CEO of See3D,
Inc. 3 rd year biology and chemistry major, Ohio State

Meeting ID: 836 6665 3490; Passcode: 007918 WORKSHOP AGENDA


2:00 to 2:05pm Setup, introductions, and sending out speaker notes

2:05 to 2:20 pm SciAccess: Making Space for Everyone, Anna Voelker,
Accessible Astronomy Specialist, Coordinator of Outreach, Ohio State
University Department of Astronomy; Co-presenters, Michaela Deming and
Caitlin O'Brien, SciAccess Program Assistants and Astronomy and
Astrophysics students at OSU

2:20 to 2:35 pm Accessibility Options for Informal STEAM Education, Adrienne
Provenzano, NASA/JPL-CalTech Solar System Ambassador and CASIS Space Station
Explorers Ambassador

2:35 to 2:50 pm STEM Education and Students with Sight Loss in a Post-COVID
World, Dr.

Mahadeo A. Sukhai, Head of Research and Chief Accessibility Officer, CNIB,
and co-principal, IDEA-STEM

2:50 to3:05 pm Hand-Catching Science: Tactile Graphics and Models Bring STEM
Concepts to Life in Museums and at Home, Lindsay Yazzolino, Tactile Design
Specialist, TouchGraphics, Inc., tactile technology consultant and nonvisual
designer, former cognitive neuroscience researcher

3:05 to 3:20 pm Inclusive STEM Education with the Graphiti Dynamic Tactile
Graphic Display, Venkatesh Chari, President, Orbit Research

3:20 to 3:30 pm See3D Summer 2020: Growing and Adapting our 3D Printing
Distribution, See3D Team, Kara Herzog, Social Media Manager (OSU), Annika
Srivastava, Learning Plans Creator (Oswego East High School), Emily Kiehl,
Team Coordinator (UC), Garrett Carder, CTO (OSU)

3:30 to 3:40 pm My Work and Research on Promoting Equitable Access to
Science Education for Students with Visual Impairments, Ying-Ting Chiu,
Ph.D. in Teaching and Learning, Ohio State University

3:40 to 3:50 pm NFB Engineering Quotient, Dr. Natalie L. Shaheen, Assistant
Professor of Low Vision and Blindness, Department of Special Education,
Illinois State University


4:00 GENERAL SESSION https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone:

669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


4:00 pm Call to Order, Richard Payne, President


4:05 pm Nominating Committee Report, Eric Duffy, Nominating committee Chair
and Member, NFB Ohio Board


4:10 pm Affiliate Elections


4:40 pm Resolutions: Barbra Pierce, Resolutions Committee Chair and Member,
NFB Ohio Board


5:30 pm Recess


7:00 -9:00 pm NFB OF OHIO BANQUET

https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone: 669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


Event Highlights:


Master of Ceremonies, Richard Payne, President, NFB-O Invocation


Keynote Speaker, National Rep. Scott C. LaBarre


Awards Presentations, Anette Lutz,Chair, Awards Committee, and member, NFB-O


Scholarship Awards, Cassandra Jones, Chair, Scholarship Committee


Money for the Movement, Sherry Ruth, NFB-O Treasurer, and President, NFB of
Lorain County


9:00 pm Adjournment


Ohio would like to extend our gratitude and thank the Norwalk Ohio Lions for
generously supporting our 2020 Scholarship Program.


9:00 pm After-Party, stick around after the banquet to fellowship with your


O family. https://zoom.us/j/4081850851; Phone: 669 900 6833, ID: 4081850851


Ohio Board of Directors


Officers Terms ending 2020



Richard Payne

Phone: 937-396-5573

Email rchpay7 at gmail.com <mailto:rchpay7 at gmail.com> 

PO Box 20544 Dayton, OH 45420


Vice President

Suzanne Hartfield-Turner

Phone: 216-990-6199

Email President.NFB.ClevelandOhio at gmail.com
<mailto:President.NFB.ClevelandOhio at gmail.com> 

PO Box 141077 Cleveland OH 44114



Eric Duffy

Phone: 614-377-9877

Email peduffy63 at gmail.com <mailto:peduffy63 at gmail.com> 

3779 Waterbury Dr. Kettering OH 43202



Sherry Ruth

Phone: 440-324-4218

Cell: 440-281-6959

Email Babyruth2 at windstream.net <mailto:Babyruth2 at windstream.net> 

6922 Murray Ridge Road Elyria OH 44035


Board Members At-Large, Term Ending 2020


Marianne Denning

Phone: 513-607-6053

Email marianne at denningweb.com <mailto:marianne at denningweb.com> 

835 Carini Lane Cincinnati, OH 45218


Terms Ending 2021


Cheryl Fields

Phone: 216-566-4317

Email cherylelaine1957 at gmail.com <mailto:cherylelaine1957 at gmail.com> 

PO Box 202091 Cleveland, OH 44120


Annette Lutz

Phone: 614-288-4323

Email Annette Lutz annettelutz at att.net <mailto:annettelutz at att.net> 

77 West Jeffrey Place Columbus, OH 43214


Barbara Pierce

Phone: 440-774-8077

Email barbara.pierce9366 at gmail.com <mailto:barbara.pierce9366 at gmail.com> 

198 Kendal Drive Oberlin, OH 44074


Dr. Carolyn Peters

Phone: 937-293-2131

Email dr.carolyn.peters at gmail.com <mailto:dr.carolyn.peters at gmail.com> 

Dayton, OH


William Turner

Phone: 330-328-9860

Email TurnerW794 at gmail.com <mailto:TurnerW794 at gmail.com> 

1064 East 167th Street Cleveland, OH 44110


Jim Weiss

Phone: 216-245-7174

Email President.CuyahogaCo.NFBOH at gmail.com
<mailto:President.CuyahogaCo.NFBOH at gmail.com> 

14620 Birchwood Ave. Cleveland, OH 44111


Convention Sponsors


Southeastern Ohio Center for Independent Living, Jordy D. Stringer,
Executive Director Serving Fairfield and Hocking Counties, founded in 2002,
SOCIL is managed by a Board of Directors and staff comprised mostly of
persons with various disabilities. The foundation of CIL services is the
peer relationship--people with disabilities assisting other people with
disabilities as role models and mentors. Each center is unique.


Disability Rights Ohio, Kerstin Sjoberg, Executive Director Disability
Rights Ohio is a non-profit corporation with a mission to advocate for the
human, civil and legal rights of people with disabilities in Ohio. We
envision a society in which people with disabilities are full and equal
members, enjoy the rights and opportunities of all people, are
self-directed, make decisions about where, how and with whom they will live,
learn, work and play, have access to needed services and supports,and are
free from abuse, neglect, exploitation and discrimination.


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Richard Payne,  President

National Federation of the Blind of Ohio


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The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the
characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the
expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles
between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want;
blindness is not what holds you back.


From: Sherry Ruth <babyruth2 at windstream.net
<mailto:babyruth2 at windstream.net> > 
Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 5:32 PM
To: rchpay7 at gmail.com <mailto:rchpay7 at gmail.com> 
Subject: agenda


Richard, not sure if you saw my request for the convention agenda to be put
in the body of an email.  For some reason, my jaws will not read the
attachment.  Thanks, Sherry




Richard Payne,  President

National Federation of the Blind of Ohio


 <mailto:Rchpay7 at gmail.com> Rchpay7 at gmail.com

The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the
characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the
expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles
between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want;
blindness is not what holds you back.

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