CABVI rep at Lions Club


Patsy Baughn, Grants and Development Manager for the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, spoke to the Wilmington Lions Club at their regular meeting on Feb. 6. She told of the many people who are helped through the services provided by that association. With an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Cincinnati, Patsy uses her writing skills to request funding from individuals, groups and foundations. She also writes the agency’s publications and provides public education about CABVI’s services. She told the Lions members that her goal is “to love and serve people by raising funds that allow people with vision loss to receive adaptive services and equipment.” Shown, visually impaired Lion member Kevin Kesterson presents a lion paper weight to Patsy.


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Patsy Baughn, Grants and Development Manager for the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, spoke to the Wilmington Lions Club at their regular meeting on Feb. 6. She told of the many people who are helped through the services provided by that association. With an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Cincinnati, Patsy uses her writing skills to request funding from individuals, groups and foundations. She also writes the agency’s publications and provides public education about CABVI’s services. She told the Lions members that her goal is “to love and serve people by raising funds that allow people with vision loss to receive adaptive services and equipment.” Shown, visually impaired Lion member Kevin Kesterson presents a lion paper weight to Patsy.

Patsy Baughn, Grants and Development Manager for the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, spoke to the Wilmington Lions Club at their regular meeting on Feb. 6. She told of the many people who are helped through the services provided by that association. With an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Cincinnati, Patsy uses her writing skills to request funding from individuals, groups and foundations. She also writes the agency’s publications and provides public education about CABVI’s services. She told the Lions members that her goal is “to love and serve people by raising funds that allow people with vision loss to receive adaptive services and equipment.” Shown, visually impaired Lion member Kevin Kesterson presents a lion paper weight to Patsy.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/02/web1_100_4603.jpgPatsy Baughn, Grants and Development Manager for the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, spoke to the Wilmington Lions Club at their regular meeting on Feb. 6. She told of the many people who are helped through the services provided by that association. With an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Cincinnati, Patsy uses her writing skills to request funding from individuals, groups and foundations. She also writes the agency’s publications and provides public education about CABVI’s services. She told the Lions members that her goal is “to love and serve people by raising funds that allow people with vision loss to receive adaptive services and equipment.” Shown, visually impaired Lion member Kevin Kesterson presents a lion paper weight to Patsy. Courtesy photo