White Caners’ guest to discuss sports for blind

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The Ponoka White Caners is a peer support group offering information, encouragement and friendship to people with vision loss. The group’s next meeting will be held April 6 at 1:15 p.m. at St. Mary’s Anglican Church, 5120 49th Ave. in Ponoka.

Guest speaker will be Marilyn McIntosh, executive director of the Alberta Sports and Recreation Association for the Blind (ASRAB). This volunteer organization is dedicated to the provision of recreation and sports opportunities for Albertans who are blind or partially sighted.

Visitors and newcomers are always welcome to attend meetings. For more information about the Ponoka White Caners, contact Sue Boman at 403- 783-3194 or Lynn Houcher at 403-783-2193.

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