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Press Releases from Lighthouse for the Blind-Saint Louis (2 total)

Amazing Baseballs land 'Farm Boy' in Hall of Fame

By: Kevin Reilly Many have traced the birth of modern baseball back to the days of the Civil War. Soldiers from both sides spent long periods in encampments waiting for the next battle. To boost morale, many idle soldiers organized baseball games get their mind off war. But in those days, you couldn’t run to the local Wal-Mart and buy a mass-produced baseball for $5. You

Elton Thomas of St. Louis: Outspoken Advocate for People who are Blind

Lighthouse for the Blind Supervisor Promotes Opportunities for the Blind to Get Good Jobs June 27, 2016, St. Louis, Missouri…Elton Thomas, production supervisor at Lighthouse for the Blind-St. Louis, a not-for-profit assembly, manufacturing and shipping operation, is also an activist, lobbyist and busy advocate for people who are blind, particularly those who want to work rather than rely on Social Security Disability Income (SSDI). “Seventy percent of working-age Americans who are blind

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