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24th Annual Low Vision Expo Set for April 2

From 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Sat, April 2, at Embassy Suites at Brooks City Base, 7610 S. New Braunfels Ave., the Low Vision Expo highlights vendors exhibiting the latest resources, aids, technology and services available for individuals with vision loss, their families and the community. Come and meet low vision specialists, ask questions and have hands-on experiences with adaptive aids such as closed-circuit television magnifiers, handheld magnifiers, talking book devices, plus visit the Mobile Fitness van, get health screenings and much more. This year will also feature a children’s area. Register at http://lowvisionexpo24.eventbrite.com. Visit http://www.owlradio.org for more info or call 210-829-4223

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