Happenings at CLB

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Ed Walker and the White House Tour (2)

May 2013 Former NCRTV Museum Board President and current board member Ed Walker was approached a couple of months ago and asked if he would record an audio tour of the White House for those with visual disabilities or just folks who would rather listen to a description while they…

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CLB Appoints Shawn Callaway to its Board of Directors

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  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 2013, Washington, DC     Contact: Jocelyn Hunter Director of Communications(202) 454-6422, office jhunter@clb.org   Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind Appoints Shawn Callaway to its Board of Directors   Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind’s (CLB) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of new…

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Cary Hatch Luncheon

Thursday, March 21, 201312PM  Luncheon Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind along with PEPCO’s Debbi Jarvis, Vice President of Corporate Citizenship and Social Responsibility, host: Scar Tissue: Diary of a Sane Woman In a Mad Men’s Wrld with Cary Hatch. Read More…

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Cary Hatch Luncheon

    Thursday, March 21, 2013
 12PM  Luncheon Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind along with PEPCO’s Debbi Jarvis, Vice President of Corporate Citizenship and Social Responsibility. 

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CLB Will Distribute Communications Technology to People with Vision and Hearing Loss

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  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jocelyn Hunter Director of Communications (202) 454-6422, office  jhunter@clb.org  Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind Will Distribute Communications Technology to People with Vision and Hearing Loss   Washington, DC, November 2012 – Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind (CLB) is partnering with Perkins and Helen Keller National…

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FCC Certifies CLB as Equipment Distributor for Deaf-Blind in DC

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  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jocelyn Hunter Director of Communications (202) 454-6422, office  jhunter@clb.org    FCC Certifies Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind as Equipment Distributor for Deaf-Blind in DC   Washington, DC, December 2012 – The Federal Communications Commission’s Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau certified Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind…

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