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MCB Serving the Blind Community for 110 Years Posted on Aug 4

MCB Serving the Blind Community for 110 Years

On Wednesday, July 13th, MCB turned 110 years old. This presented us with the opportunity to acknowledge and recognize the progress that has been made. Together, we are building on the considerable legacy of those who have preceded us. MCB was established in 1906, with   …Continue Reading MCB Serving the Blind Community for 110 Years

Secretary Francisco Urena, Commissioner Saner show support for Blinded Veterans of America Posted on May 20

Secretary Francisco Urena, Commissioner Saner show support for  Blinded Veterans of America

On May 18, 2016, the Secretary of the Massachusetts Department of Veterans Services, Francisco Urena and the Commissioner for the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB), Paul Saner were keynote speakers at an event hosted by Blinded Veterans of America (BVA) Cape Cod Chapter. The BVA is   …Continue Reading Secretary Francisco Urena, Commissioner Saner show support for Blinded Veterans of America

MCB’s Mitch Sanborn wins Paul McDade “FOCUS” Award for Distinguished Leadership Posted on May 11

MCB’s Mitch Sanborn wins Paul McDade “FOCUS” Award for Distinguished Leadership

During my brief time serving as Commissioner of the Massachusetts Commission of the Blind (MCB), I have had the pleasure to present numerous awards to individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to the blindness community.  Last month, I was asked to make another   …Continue Reading MCB’s Mitch Sanborn wins Paul McDade “FOCUS” Award for Distinguished Leadership