The Southern Arizona Council of the Blind

A chapter of the Arizona Council of the Blind


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The Fall edition of Foresight, the newsletter of the Arizona Council Of The Blind for October November December 2015, is available for reading on-line in text-only and-or audio MP3 formats.

12/06 Sunday

The on line 2015 American Council of the Blind Holiday Auction starts at 5:00 p.m. and runs to 9:00. Read more at and see their Auction Preview Page regularly as new items are posted as they are received.

12/09 Wednesday
The December SAZCB Book Club covers NINE LIVES TO DIE: A MRS. MURPHY MYSTERY by Rita Mae Brown. See the Book Club page for details.

12/12 Saturday

SAZCB meets at Mama Louisa’s Restaurant at 2041 South Craycroft Road in Tucson near the air base at 11:00 a.m. then go to Mitzi’s house for a little Xmas fun. The restaurant phone is 520) 790-4702 and Mitzi’s is 529-722-4160.

12/19 Saturday

Arizona Council of the Blind teleconferenced monthly board meeting is from 9:00 a.m. to eleven. Call 218-936-8581 followed by the identification number of 6320547.

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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