[Missouri-l] [leadership] FW: Meeting Announcement: SRC & Commission Board Members Networking Group
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Mon Sep 14 15:15:53 CDT 2009
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From: "Beattie, Pat" <Pbeattie at nib.org
Subject: [leadership] FW: Meeting Announcement: SRC & Commission
Board Members Networking Group
Date sent: Mon, 14 Sep 2009 15:26:32 -0400
Please pass on to anyone in your affiliate who is a member of a
rehabilitation council, board or commission for the blind. These
bi-monthly calls are sponsored by the National Council of State
for the Blind (NCSAB). I would like to see more participation by
members. I find it an excellent forum for sharing issues. Feel
add to the proposed agenda. See below. Pat Beattie
From: Van Zandt, Pearl [mailto:pearl.vanzandt at nebraska.gov]
Sent: Monday, September 14, 2009 3:11 PM
Subject: Meeting Announcement: SRC & Commission Board Members
SRC and Commission Board Members Networking Group,
Our next Conference Call is Wednesday September 16th at 8:00 P.M.
The call in number is 888-866-4213. Local callers (in Lincoln,
only) may dial 471-6000. Please remember that the first person
in will hear silence. Do NOT hang up! If you do, the call is
from the system and no one will be able to connect.
I am not able to attend this time. Pat Beattie, our Chairperson,
be on the call. As usual, first order of business will be to ask
someone to take the notes. Thanks to Dan Frye, who took the
Here is the tentative agenda:
Use of ARRA stimulus funding for current year and 2010 - problems
state match availability?
Any VR agencies still on order of selection with some categories
Model state-wide needs assessment
Prospects for reauthorization of the Rehabilitation Act
NCSRC and CCD looking at Ticket to Work 2/1 offset rather than
Who will be at the November NCSAB meeting in Phoenix?
I hope that you all have a good meeting. I look forward to
you next time.
Dr. Pearl Van Zandt
Nebraska Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Empowering Blind Individuals, Promoting Opportunities, and
Belief in the Blind.
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