Thursday, June 23, 2011

Field Day Brings Fun for Visually Impaired Students

Fun for everybody
Good time for all.
Great games.
Visually impaired students from around the county enjoyed a wide variety of activities during the recent 29th annual County Wide Field Day for Students with Visual Impairments.

The approximately 120 students in attendance and their families made crafts, played games, participated in field events, had a barbecue lunch and had the opportunity to swim at the South Clairemont Recreation Center and Pool during the event on May 20.

At Field Day, students hang out with old friends and make new ones. The event also gives teachers and family members a chance to connect.

Thanks to the North Park Lions Club, San Diego Kite Club, Puppy Raisers with the Guide Dogs for the Blind and Girl Scout Troop 1765 for donating time and services.

For more information, contact Leia Morgan at

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