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Insight's next meeting for the visually impaired slated Nov. 12

Anyone who is dealing with sight loss and their family members are encouraged to attend.

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FARGO — Insight, a local support group for persons who are blind and sight-impaired, will host its next meeting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, in the community room of the Northport branch of the Fargo Public Library, 2714 Broadway.

The guest presenter will be Amy Osvold from the North Dakota Vision Services School for the Blinc, who will speak about her work as a teacher and counselor for children and adults affected by sight loss.

Anyone who is dealing with sight loss and their family members are encouraged to attend.

For more information, call Alan at 701-282-4644.

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