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Blind visitor meets with Peaslee students

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Northborough – Judy Graham from the Massachusetts Association for the Blind reads a story in Braille Oct. 21 during a visit with fourth-graders at Peaslee Elementary School.

Graham visited the students to explain what it is like to be blind. She shared with students how she identifies dollar bills, labels clothes and food, plays softball, tells time and other ways she has adjusted to being blind.

The program was sponsored by the Peaslee Parent Teacher Organization.

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