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Light the Way – Walk for Independence

For Immediate Release                                  Contact: Jocelyn Hunter, (202) 454-6400   MEDIA ADVISORY Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind Hosts Light the Way – Walk for Independence on the National Mall WHAT:            Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind will host its 6th Annual Light the Way – Walk for Independence on Sunday, October 9th, 2016.…

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Braille Rallye: Annual MG Car Rallye

Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind & the MG Car Club Washington DC Centre Invite You to the 54th Annual BRAILLE RALLYE! WHO: Adults and youth who are blind or low vision are invited to participate as navigators, reading directions in braille or large print to their assigned drivers of classic…

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57th Annual Camp Lighthouse

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jocelyn Hunter Washington, DC – June 2016 202-454-6422 jhunter@clb.org 57th Annual Camp Lighthouse WHO: Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) will host an annual tradition, its 57th Camp Lighthouse, at the YMCA in Silver Spring. WHAT: Campers ages 6 – 12, who are blind or visually…

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Day of Coverage at Launch Event

At the recent launch event for the ClickAndGo narrative map, News Channel 8 attended to capture informative details about this revolutionary technology to share with the public. This story is available at http://www.wjla.com/articles/2014/11/metro-unveils-new-app-for-visually-impaired-108863.html.

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Advanced Coverage in The Washington Post about New Technology

The Washington Post reporter, Paul Duggan, visited Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind to learn firsthand about the new travel technology. To read the story, please visit, http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/trafficandcommuting/for-blind-riders-on-metrorail-a-new-web-site-and-phone-app-are-designed-to-lead-the-way/2014/11/04/6a65c33c-644f-11e4-bb14-4cfea1e742d5_story.html.

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