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Visions Newsletter

Visions – May 2024

From the President’s Desk Welcome to Vision Month, and a very Happy 80th Birthday to the Council. Hearing from our membership there is so much to celebrate.  Our B.C./Yukon Division has just completed their very successful AGM (Annual General Meeting). Many of our chapters across the country are celebrating anniversaries this year, and there also […]


Visions – April 2024

From the President’s Desk National Volunteer Week is mid-April so let us sincerely thank the many volunteers from coast to coast who assist us in all activities enhancing the many programs the council continues to support. While we prepare to celebrate the rich 80-year history of the CCB, it is without saying that we truly […]


Visions – March 2024

From the President’s Desk While we turn the calendar to March, let us revisit February White Cane Week events across the country. I wish to thank the B.C./Yukon Division for kicking off WCW with their honouring of the Lions, which included a wonderful presentation of how Helen Keller attended the Lions International Meeting; and the […]


Visions – February 2024

From the President’s Desk We all as members are getting prepared to celebrate our annual White Cane Week activities from February 4th through 10th, which is an opportunity for us to show off and demonstrate our abilities. It is also a chance to educate others how, with minor adjustments here and there, we can do almost […]


Visions – January 2024

HAPPY NEW YEAR! From the President’s Desk While we officially change over our calendars, it is time to reflect on the past year, and the successes we were able to celebrate in 2023.  Thank you to each and every one of you, as we all played a key role in what we were able to […]


Visions – December 2023

From the President’s Desk While we turn the calendar to December, it is time to celebrate our achievements as members of the Council. Notice our Visions newsletter is highlighting some member experiences (as told by them).  We want to encourage more real life stories from our members, ensuring their contributions are shared with their peers […]


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