October is Meet the Blind Month and the CCEC is hitting you where you live. we will have a representative of the Cobb County Housing Authority to come and share housing options and programs.
The meeting will be October 20, 2018 from 1pm to 3pm located at Piccadilly’s at 536 Cobb Pkwy, Marrietta, GA 30060.
Come and join us and get updated and stay informed. See you there.
Join members, family and friends of the NFB of Georgia Senior Division as we sport our hotness in our NFB of Georgia t-shirts at community events, group activities or just because you’re proud to wear your red t-shirt with metallic printed words on the back that say:
The O in the word “Hot” will be in the shape of a flame.
Red Hot Seniors signify:
RED: Radiates Confidence
HOT: Fiery & Strong
SENIOR: Well-Seasoned & Wise
IF THAT’S YOU!
You can purchased your t-shirt pin short and long sleeve as follows:
Regular Short Sleeve T-Shirt:
* Medium – XL = $12.00
* 2XL = $14.00
* 3XL to 5XL = $15.00
Long Sleeve T-Shirt:
* Medium – XL = $15.00
* 2XL = $17.00
* 3XL to 5XL = $18.00
Ordering information for payment type and mailing instructions can be found on the 2 page Order Form.
For further information, you may contact Vanessa Meadows at 678-732-9067
Click here for ORDER FORM
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
The National Federation of the Blind offers thirty scholarships annually to blind students from across the United States. Any legally blind, full-time college or graduate student may apply, as well as graduating high school seniors who will be attending college full-time in the fall of 2018. Check out the link below for eligibility information and to apply!
The application deadline is March 31, 2018. All finalists must attend the entire convention of the National Federation of the Blind, to be held from July 3-8 in Orlando, Florida. The NFB scholarship program is our investment in the future of blind people who demonstrate scholastic aptitude, leadership, and service. All blind college students are encouraged to apply!
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