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Lasagna replaces Abalone at Sierra Services for the Blind Fundraiser

Sierra Services for the Blind has more reasons than ever to become stronger to provide services for people of the community. Executive Director Richard Crandall  explains.
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Crandall says that is what Sierra Services for the Blind local non profit is all about, helping people adjust to loosing their eyesight, and teaching them how to function in a new world with the loss of one of their vital senses.
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In prior years Sierra Services for the Blind has put on an Abalone Feed fundraiser, but new laws on Abalone prevent them from doing that.   Instead, Crandall says they will be holding a fundraiser Lasagna dinner this Friday evening (Sept. 7) at the Love Building in Condon Park serving dinner from 6 to 8 pm.   Cost is $25 adults, with  discounts for families with children. Crandall  says statistically  in Nevada County 3,000 people are considered legally blind. He says  Macular Degeneration continues to be  the leading cause of blindness.

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