The ACB E-Forum Volume LIV October 2015 No. 4

The ACB E-Forum Volume LIV October 2015 No. 4 Published by the American Council of the Blind Be A Part of ACB The American Council of the Blind (TM) is a membership organization made up of more than 70 state and special-interest affiliates. To join, contact the national office at 1-800-424-8666. Contribute to Our Work Those much-needed contributions, which are tax-deductible, can be sent to Attn: Treasurer, ACB, 6300 Shingle Creek Pkwy., Suite 195, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. If you wish to remember a relative or friend, the national office has printed cards available for this purpose. Consider including a gift to ACB in your Last Will and Testament. If your wishes are complex, call the national office. To make a contribution to ACB by the Combined Federal Campaign, use this number: 11155. Check in with ACB For the latest in legislative and governmental news, call the “Washington Connection” 24/7 at 1-800-424-8666, or read it online. Listen to ACB Reports by downloading the MP3 file from, or call (605) 475-8154 and choose option 3. Tune in to ACB Radio at or by calling (605) 475-8130. Learn more about us at Follow us on Twitter at @acbnational, or like us on Facebook at © 2015 American Council of the Blind Melanie Brunson, Executive Director Sharon Lovering, Editor 2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22201 Table of Contents President’s Report, Part II, by Kim Charlson Willing, Able, and Seeking Opportunity: ACB Video Highlights the Abilities of Blind Individuals, by Eric Bridges ACB Honors Melanie Brunson with Resolution 2015-04 American Council of the Blind Seeks Executive Director It’s October – Time to Think about the Holiday Auction!, by Carla Ruschival It’s Minneapolis, Minn. for the 2016 Convention, by Janet Dickelman The 2015 ACB Scholarship Winners: Stars Shining Bright into the Future, by Michael Garrett ACB Stars Shine Bright in Dallas, Part II, by Tom Mitchell and Judy Wilkinson American Council of the Blind Announces Winners of the 2015 Audio Description Awards Walkin’ to Success, by Donna Brown Road to Dallas, by Sharon Howerton Banquet Lets the Stars Shine Bright, by Sharon Lovering Notice of Class Action Settlement for Customers of Lululemon Lynn Manning dies at 60; blind poet, athlete, Watts theater group founder, by Steve Chawkins Here and There, edited by Sharon Strzalkowski Are You Moving? Do You Want to Change Your Subscription? Contact Sharon Lovering in the ACB national office, 1-800-424-8666, or via e-mail, Give her the information, and she'll take care of the changes for you.
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