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Celebrating the white cane
Date: 10/15/2013 Album ID: 1718646
Forsight Vision and the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind presented White Cane Day along Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013. The event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
Garver Elliott, left, and Abram Slenker, both 5, make their way around Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, as part of a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Both boys take part in ForSight Vision's art program. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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As part of a White Cane Day press conference, from left, Rodger Simmons, York City Maroy Kim Bracey, Tony Heath and ForSight Vision President Bill Rhinesmith, explain what the day is about and what it means. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Garver Elliott checks out a promotional give-away that bepassers receive along Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, as part of a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Garver takes part in ForSight Vision's art program. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Garver Elliott, left, and Abram Slenker, both 5, make their way around Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, as part of a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Both boys take part in ForSight Vision's art program. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Garver Elliott, left, and Abram Slenker, both 5, make their way around Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, as part of a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Both boys take part in ForSight Vision's art program. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Garver Elliott, left, and Abram Slenker, both 5, stand along Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, during a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Both boys take part in ForSight Vision's art program. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Garver Elliott, left, and Abram Slenker, both 5, check out the items being given to bypassers at Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, as part of a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Both boys take part in ForSight Vision's art program. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Garver Elliott, left, and Abram Slenker, both 5, make their way around Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, as part of a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Both boys take part in ForSight Vision's art program. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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Garver Elliott, left, and Abram Slenker, both 5, stand in the sunlight at Continental Square, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013, as part of a White Cane Day event which brings awareness that visually impaired people have the ability to achive a full and independent life. Randy Flaum photo - rflaum@yorkdispatch.com
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