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    • Every one is my favorite, because they all have their own variation! But if I had to narrow it down to one or two, the gala we have every year is a blast because the board, the committee, everyone, is working year-round to get that up and running and successful. It’s a lot of fun to celebrate all the work we’re doing, and showcase the people we’re helping and supporting. So that has to be one of them. Another one is we’ve done a couple of happy hours where we have not just visually impaired individuals but anyone who wants to learn more about the organization, to learn more about what we're doing and how we’ve helping.

      Not everyone’s an athlete, so they may not want to participate in a sports or recreational event, but everyone seems to have a fun time at these events. And we did a Brunch in the Dark with Bluestone Lane coffee, and it was so much fun - it was an experience where it’s something you do on a daily basis without thinking about it, and at the end of the meal, you get to take off your blindfold, but the people sitting around you may not be able to reverse their visual impairment. The event was actually really light and fun for everyone there, but also very impactful for the overall mission, and to remind people why they’re there, and what they can do.