This is where you can find out about the American Council Of The Blind of Oregon/Oregon Council Of The Blind. The ACB of Oregon is the Oregon state affiliate of the American Council of the Blind.
Formerly known as the "Oregon Council of the Blind", we are now known as "ACB of Oregon doing business as the Oregon Council of the Blind."
The American Council Of The Blind of Oregon is composed of about 185 concerned Oregonians dedicated to helping Visually Impaired and Blind people in Oregon. The ACB of Oregon is the Blind of Oregon helping the blind of Oregon.
The AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND is the nations largest and fastest growing consumer organization of visually impaired and blind people.
If you would like to know more about the AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND you can visit their Web Page.
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Longtime member of ACB of Oregon, Jan Chance, passed away on July 22, 2014. For the last several years she lived in Reno, Nevada. Her family returned her to Oregon to be interned Eagle Point, Oregon.
Note: ACB of Oregon Phone Conference Board Meeting on July 26, 2014 at 10:00AM. Call into 712-432-0490 Access Code 468043#. Contact Darian Slayton Fleming for agenda email@example.com.
The Stylus is the newsletter for the American Council of the Blind of Oregon. It is edited by Deb Nichols. If you would like to know more about what is going on at the chapter level you can find out more by reading the Stylus.
4:00 P.M. – Convention Board Meeting
9:00am – Convene General Session - Invocation
9:10 – Presentation Of Colors And Flag Salute
9:15 – Welcome to Salem – Nkenge Harmon Johnson –
Communications Director –Gov. Kitzhaber’s Office
9:40 – Roll Call of Chapters - Approval Of Agenda
9:50 – Introduction of Convention Committee -
Dedication to Wally Manning
9:55 – Introduction of ACB Guest - Cindy Van Winkle
10:05 – President’s Remarks
10:10 – Erious Johnson –
Civil Rights Director - Oregon Attorney General Office
10:40 – First Reading Of Nominations
10:45 – Door Prizes and Break
11:00 – Dr. Robin Glotzbach, MD – Ophthalmology Eye Research
11:30 – Vendor Showcase
12:00n – 1:30pm - Lunch
1:30 – Student Fund, Scott McCallum - Library - Commission
2:15 – OSB Howard Hall Panel Discussion
3:00 – Blind Musicians Panel
3:45 – Second Reading Of Nominations
3:50 – Closing Remarks and Door Prizes
9:00am – ACB of Oregon Business Meeting
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Keep tuned to this page for more information on our next convention. You can also contact ACB of Oregon President, James Edwards
Phone: 541-404-8214 Email the president, James Edwards
You can also find out more about the state convention by going to: (Coming Soon)
Support the American Council of the Blind of Oregon
To Donate Call 800-708-7742
To discuss a vehicle donation with a member of The American Council of the Blind of Oregon contact the president of the American Council of the Blind of Oregon, James Edwards by phoning him at: 541-404-8214. Email the President, James Edwards
Or call the treasurer of ACB of Oregon, Loretta Spahn at: (541) 882-0854. Email the ACB of Oregon's Treasurer
Automobile donations are an incredibly fast and easy way to help the American Council of the Blind of Oregon. Your car donations help support our vital work and are an easy way for you to get rid of an unwanted vehicle. Donate your car today. Call 800-708-7742.
Phone: 503-253-9543 (home)
Email the Secretary
To find a list of Chapters check out
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Here are some interesting web sites to take a look at. If you have a site you think might be of interest to ACB of Oregon members please send it to the Web Master for consideration. Email ACB of Oregon's Web Master
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