Farewell April Showers!

by Cachet Wells

The first quarter has now washed away and it’s on to the second quarter of the year. Are you staying the course for goals that you set forth? Take note of the small milestones that you reach on the journey, for each one of them matter. There is so much beauty around us, so continue to celebrate Earth Day and be kind to our environment. Stay connected with the community on any of the daily calls. Plug in to what’s happening on ACB Media and hear the heart of the membership through the stories and information shared in the ACB Braille Forum, ACB Voices Blog or Dots and Dashes. We commend CBS again for its work in expanding description. Thank you to everyone involved in the Ukraine Benefit Concert. Find a need and get involve as we connect, collaborate, and continue to pave the way for those who are Blind and Visually Impaired.

Looking Ahead to May

  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • National Mental Health Awareness Month
  • National Foster Care Month
  • National Dental Care Awareness Month
  • National Stroke Awareness Month
  • National Get Caught Reading Month
  • National Strawberry Month
  • Older Americans Month
  • National Military Appreciation Month
  • National Blood Pressure Education Awareness Month

Save the Date

ACB Attraction

D.C. Council of the Blind

Advocates for full independence and equality of opportunity for all blind and visually impaired residents of the nation’s capital and surrounding metropolitan areas. To accomplish this, it investigates both governmental and private services that may benefit its clientele. In addition, it seeks to sponsor cultural, educational, and athletic activities of interest to its members and to inform the public about sight loss.

Raymond Raysor, President (B)

Washington, DC 20018

H: (202) 909-0788

Email: rev.ray.raysor@gmail.com


ACB of Nebraska

A statewide membership organization, comprised primarily of blind and visually impaired persons, presently with local chapters in Lincoln and Omaha. We are committed to improving the living conditions of blind and visually impaired individuals by promoting self-independence and effective participation as citizens in all aspects of society. Some of the services that we provide include transportation subsidy programs in each of our chapter areas and acting as resources for our members.

Mark Bulger, President

ACB of Nebraska Administrative Office

PO Box 6506

Omaha, NE 68106-0506

(531) 301-2656

Email: info@acbnebraska.org

Web site: http://www.acbnebraska.org

Visually Impaired Veterans of America

Tyson Ernst, Acting President

Springfield, IL



To sign up for our email list go to www.acblists.org/mailman/listinfo/viva

American Association of Blind Teachers

Tabitha Brecke, President

(334) 332-6623


Share With Us

We want to hear your voices! Submit your stories and articles to:

ACB Voices Blog: email Voices@acb.org

ACB Braille Forum: email Slovering@acb.org


  1. Excellent post! The ACB Voices Blog is very informative and meaningful. Thanks BOP, Katie, Cachet and ACB member for sharing your voice with great contributions!

    All the Best, Kenneth Semien, Sr.

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