The Southern Arizona Council of the Blind

A chapter of the Arizona Council of the Blind


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SAZCB is an affiliate of The Arizona Council of the Blind, also known as A Z C B which in turn is an affiliate of The American Council of the Blind, also known as A C B. We are a nonprofit organization made up of blind, visually impaired, and sighted Arizonans. Our chapter’s primary focus is on issues of the blind in southern Arizona, and we are growing and would like to invite you to join us. For more information on how to join our club or any other question check the WHO WE ARE page.

4/08: On the BOOK CLUB page: On April 08 at 5:30 p.m. the SAZCB bookclub discusses THE ALL-GIRL FILLING STATION'S LAST REUNION by Fannie Flagg.

4/11: The April AzCB board meeting is scheduled for Saturday, April 11 from 9AM to 11AM. Please call (567-314-2147) and pass code (6320547) to join the board meeting. You may review the past agendas and minutes here.

4/18: The 2015 Arizona Council of the Blind Membership Meeting will be held from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Phoenix. This meeting is open to AzCB members in good standing. There is no fee for attending and food and beverages will be provided. Go to the above link for more details and the agenda. RSVP by April 1.

5/22: The 2015 AZCB Annual Conference will be held at the DEC Conference Center in Phoenix beginning at 8:30 a.m. The cost is $25.00 per person. Contact Carlos Paraskevas at or 602-273-1510.

6/13: The next scheduled SAZCB meeting is set for Saturday June 13 at 2:00 p.m. at the Wilmot Public Library. 

The purpose of the Arizona Council of the Blind (AzCB) is to promote an improved understanding of the capabilities and needs of people who are blind or visually impaired residents of and visitors to the State of Arizona, and to work to improve the social, economic, educational, employment and civic opportunities which are available to blind and visually impaired people within Arizona.

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