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Opportunities Unlimited for the Blind’s mission is to enrich the quality of life of people who are blind and visually impaired through lifelong education and recreation

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School punishes blind child by replacing cane with pool noodle

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Opportunities Unlimited for the Blind is currently accepting applications for membership on the OUB Board of Directors. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone who wants to positively impact the future of children and young adults who are blind or visually impaired. OUB offers great learning and growing opportunities for these children and youth through weekend events and summer camps that stretch their world view and their own view of their abilities and life-goals. Come join in this adventure! Information and the application for board membership can be found under “board of Directors”

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“I had a lot of fun at camp. The campers and staff were lively and brought a fun and enjoying atmosphere. The activities that we did were also very cool. A lot of the activities that we were doing were things I’ve never done. It was fun to try new things and meet knew people. I’d love to go back again sometime” said camper Nicole.
“AdventureCamp was one of the most spectacular experiences of my life,” said counselor Mark Hymes.

“I had an Awesome time at the Adventure. Camp.It was great, We camped on Beaver Island for 5 days then we camped by Lake Charlevoix and we did stuff from rock climbing to holding snakes.I would say my of my favorite part was either the white water rafting trip (which involved a lot of ducking branches), or when we slept on the beach (with our mosquito friends) on Beaver Island.

The counselors and campers there were awesome, fun and very friendly.

All in all it was one of the best parts of the summer, and I can’t wait until next year,” said camper Yang H.

“I had a wonderful time in summer adventure camp. I learned new skills and experiences that I’ve never done before. It was great experience I loved it, now I feel more comfortable.
Thank you so much for having this camp. I’m so happy that I came to this camp and have new experiences, I also had a great time with the campers and counselors,” said camper Khan A.