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North Dakota Association of the Blind to host convention in Fargo

The convention will include a vendor showcase of products and technology designed to help blind and visually impaired people thrive.

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FARGO — The North Dakota Association of the Blind is hosting its annual convention for members Friday, June 10, through Sunday, June 12, in Fargo.

The convention will take place at the Holiday Inn Express and will include a vendor showcase of products and technology designed to help blind and visually impaired people thrive.

The theme of the convention is "See Blind Possible." The North Dakota Association of the Blind is a nonprofit founded in 1936, and a majority of the members are blind or have a vision impairment.

For more information, contact NDAB President Trampes Brown at 701-389-7982.

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