The Louis Braille School is pleased to introduce Julie LeMay, one of our newest volunteers.
Julie is presently working on a project titled “The Jobs People Do.” This booklet tells the stories of people who are blind or visually impaired with a focus on their work and careers. Each person describes the details of his or her job, what education or training was needed, and any special adaptations required to perform the work. Julie loves to write, and you can read two of her pieces in this newsletter, “French Song Singing” and “Pottery with Becky Bell.” Julie attended part of the summer Braille Camp to gather information for these two stories. Julie is a member of the Christian Women’s Fellowship, Edmonds Christian Church – Disciples of Christ.
Thank you, Julie, for all you do for the Louis Braille School!
- Also in the Summer 2006 Newsletter
- Andre Middleton – Lead Teacher
- Braille Camp 2006
- Introducing Julie LeMay
- House Approves Coin to Celebrate Louis Braille
- Everett Central Lions Club 62nd Annual Fishing Derby
- Pottery with Becky Bell
- French Song Singing
- First Annual Louis Braille School Benefit Auction
- How You Can Help
- Sno-Isle ADA Committee Meets at Louis Braille School
- Edmonds Lions Meet at Louis Braille School
- CWF Has Paper Shower for the School