The Southern Arizona Council of the Blind

A chapter of the Arizona Council of the Blind

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The Winter edition of Foresight, the newsletter of the Arizona Council Of The Blind for January through March 2016, is available for reading on-line at the newsletter page in text-only and MP3 audio formats.

Book Club: The new meeting dates for the book club are the second THURSDAYS of each month except July.

Book Club: See the BOOK CLUB page for new suggested books. On 2/11 at 5:50 p.m. the book will be SUSPECT by Robert Crais. Military dog Maggie suffers PTSD after her beloved handler is killed. LAPD cop Scott James is similarly traumatized after he almost dies and his fellow officer Stephanie is killed in a shoot-out. Scott and Maggie, both new to the canine unit, become partners and investigate Stephanie's shooting. Violence and strong language. 2013. BARD DB76115 or Bookshare 927349


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 a.m.erican 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.

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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