Judy Borushok, assisted by her guide dog “Rosie,” attends the grand opening of the Valley Center For the Blind on Friday afternoon at 3417 W. Shaw Ave. Established in 1973, Valley Center for the Blind provides services for over 300 blind and visually impaired individuals annually.
Judy Borushok, assisted by her guide dog “Rosie,” attends the grand opening of the Valley Center For the Blind on Friday afternoon at 3417 W. Shaw Ave. Established in 1973, Valley Center for the Blind provides services for over 300 blind and visually impaired individuals annually. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Judy Borushok, assisted by her guide dog “Rosie,” attends the grand opening of the Valley Center For the Blind on Friday afternoon at 3417 W. Shaw Ave. Established in 1973, Valley Center for the Blind provides services for over 300 blind and visually impaired individuals annually. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Valley Center for the Blind holds grand opening

May 20, 2016 06:50 PM

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