More than 400 blind bowlers to meet in Ann Arbor March 22-24; Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County marks 20th anniversary
From visually impaired bowlers coming to Ann Arbor for a tournament to Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County marking its 20th anniversary with a celebration April 21, here's a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall over the last few days:
By: Ann Arbor Blind Bowlers: 2013 MBAA Midwest Blind Bowling Tournament 3/22-3/24
Over 400 blind and visually impaired bowlers will participate in the Midwest Blind Bowling Tournament here in Ann Arbor, MI on 3/22 through 3/24 at Bel-Mark Lanes.
Join Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County in marking 20 years of service to the community on Sunday, April 21, 2013 at its “Constellation JFS” 20th Anniversary Celebration.
By: Emma Jackson: Mascot public forum and Forum to discuss YCS facilities and secondary programs
By: Bob Krzewinski: Veterans Group Peace Scholarships
By: Ann Arbor Thrift Shop: Ann Arbor Thrift Shop Restocks to Help Community
By: jwilliamshva: Huron Valley Ambulance Behind the Scenes offers insider's view of EMS
By: Dawn Farm Education Series: You’re invited - Dawn Farm Ride for Recovery!
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