The National Federation of the Blind
of Connecticut
The Federationist in Connecticut
"The Blind Speaking for Themselves"

Esther Levegnale, Editor

September, 2007

Published in large print, cassette and Braille by the
National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut
Alfonse DeLucia, President
477 Connecticut Boulevard, Suite 217
East Hartford, Connecticut 06108
(860) 289-1971
www.nfbct.org

Table of Contents:


Message from the Editor
By Esther Levegnale

Mary Brunoli
By Betty Woodward

Time Marches On
By Alfonse DeLucia

Blind Guy Versus Shrubbery
By Chris Kuell

Group Fights for the Blind
Reprinted from the ABQ Journal, By Harry Moskos

No Time for Blindness
By Stefanie Ramirez

System to Allow Blind, Disabled to Vote With Privacy
Reprinted from the Republican-American, By Gennady Sheyner


Independence for Disabled Voters
Reprinted from the Record-Journal, By Susan Bysiewicz and Chris Kuell

Reflections After the Vote
By Chris Kuell

Meet Katherine Grussi, A Differently Abled Associate
Reprinted from the WellPoint Online News

A Personal Statement: Journey to a Dream
By Matthew Guberman Pfeffer

NFB Hails Passage of Bill to Help fund Braille Literacy Campaign
Press Release from the NFB, By John Pare

Washington Seminar 07: "Do It Now"
By Beth Rival

Irish Skies are Smiling
Reprinted from the Hartford Courant, By John Shea

More Consideration is Due Service Dogs
By Richard McGaffin

NFB Will Manage National Braille Transcribing and Proofreading Certification Program
Press Release from the NFB, By John Pare

UPS Foundation Delivers Support for Youth Slam and Volunteer Infrastructure Program
Press Release from the NFB, By John Pare

On the Blind Side

Trouble at the Old Greenwich Train Station
By Chris Kuell

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