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Valparaiso Low Vision Support Group, Inc.

Written by Verne R. Sanford. Posted in Community News & People in the News, Senior Living

Published on February 22, 2017 with No Comments

Upcoming March Meetings

Tuesday, March 14

From 6 to 7:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 103 N. Franklin, Valparaiso

Speaker: Speaker: Bruce Lindner, Executive Director, Porter County Aging & Community Services

Topic: Bus Transportation

Tuesday, March 28

From 10 to11 a.m., Celebration Room, (First Floor) Pines Village Retirement Communities, 3303 Pines Village Circle, Valparaiso. (Building behind Aperion Health Systems; formerly Whispering Pines Health Care Center, 3301 N. Calumet)

Moderator:Verne R. Sanford, Topic: How to live with low vision.

We welcome all persons at our meetings, whether or not they have low vision. Within Porter County and during daylight hours, call the Porter County Aging & Community Services bus at 219-462-4302 for a free door-to-door ride for the legally blind, or 50 cents each way for seniors, $1 each way for others. Phone a week or two ahead.

For more information call Verne R. Sanford at 219-464-1867 or email Verne.sanford@valpo.edu

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About Verne R. Sanford

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All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Chronicle. Verne R. Sanford, 75, is professor emeritus of mathematics at Valparaiso University. He retired in 1993 and is currently writing his 24th memoir story. He is president of Valparaiso Low Vision Support Group Inc. He and his wife of 52 years, Marie, have five children and 14 grandchildren. Contact him at 219-464-1867, visit www.valpolowvisionsupport.org or e-mail verne.sanford@valpo.edu.

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