Calendar

Events in July 2024

  • Individual Voting for ACB constitution and bylaws amendments and any resolutions that need a record vote.

    Individual Voting for ACB constitution and bylaws amendments and any resolutions that need a record vote.


    July 1, 2024

    We will be using the Vote-Now system and on June 25th you should have received your voting code for that system.

    Deadline for getting your votes on ACB issues to PCB's delegate and alternate delegate

    Deadline for getting your votes on ACB issues to PCB's delegate and alternate delegate


    July 1, 2024

    If voting by email, send your vote to president@pcb1.org.  If you want to vote by phone or text, contact Nicki Keck at 484-655-2435.

  • Communications Team meets via Zoom

    Communications Team meets via Zoom


    July 2, 2024

  • Peer Engagement Team meets via Free Conference Call

    Peer Engagement Team meets via Free Conference Call


    July 3, 2024

  • It's Independence Day! Happy 4th of July!

    It's Independence Day! Happy 4th of July!

    All day
    July 4, 2024

  • Opening General Session of the ACB Hybrid Conference and Convention

    Opening General Session of the ACB Hybrid Conference and Convention


    July 7, 2024

  • General Session of the ACB Conference & Convention

    General Session of the ACB Conference & Convention


    July 9, 2024

  • General Session of the ACB Conference & Convention

    General Session of the ACB Conference & Convention


    July 10, 2024

  • General Session of the ACB Conference & Convention

    General Session of the ACB Conference & Convention


    July 11, 2024

    ACB Banquet...

    ACB Banquet...


    July 11, 2024

    Including the keynote speaker, Judge David S. Tatel, author of "Vision: A Memoir of Blindness and Justice"

    ACB Banquet...

    ACB Banquet...


    July 11, 2024

    Including the keynote speaker, Judge David S. Tatel, author of "Vision: A Memoir of Blindness and Justice"

    Technology Team meets via Zoom

    Technology Team meets via Zoom


    July 11, 2024

  • Conference Planning and Program Team meets via Zoom

    Conference Planning and Program Team meets via Zoom


    July 15, 2024

  • Vision Loss Team meets via Zoom

    Vision Loss Team meets via Zoom


    July 16, 2024

  • Fund Development Team meets via Zoom

    Fund Development Team meets via Zoom


    July 17, 2024

  • Finance Team meets via Zoom

    Finance Team meets via Zoom


    July 18, 2024

  • Book Club meets via Free Conference Call

    Book Club meets via Free Conference Call


    July 19, 2024

    This month's book: That Bird Has My Wings: The Autobiography of an Innocent Man on Death Row (DB118340) by Jarvis Jay Masters
    Total Time: 9 hours 51 minutes 48 seconds

    "That Bird Has My Wings is a moving memoir of a Death Row inmate who discovers Buddhism and becomes an inspirational role model for fellow inmates, guards, and a growing public.  "When I think about the fact that society, a nation, has sentenced me to death, all I can do is turn inside myself, to the place in my heart that wants so desperately to feel human, still connected to this world, as if I have a purpose." In 1990, while serving a sentence in San Quentin for armed robbery, Jarvis Jay Masters was implicated as an accessory in the murder of a prison guard. A 23-year-old Black man, Jarvis was sentenced to death in the gas chamber. While in the maximum security section of Death Row, using the only instrument available to him—a ball-point pen filler—Masters's astounding memoir is a testament to the tenacity of the human spirit and the talent of a fine writer. Offering us scenes from his life that are at times poignant, revelatory, frightening, soul-stirring, painful, funny and uplifting, That Bird Has My Wings tells the story of the author's childhood with parents addicted to heroin, an abusive foster family, a life of crime and imprisonment, and the eventual embracing of Buddhism. Masters's story drew the attention of luminaries in the world of American Buddhism, including Pema Chodron, who wrote a story about him for O Magazine and offers a foreword to the book. Thirty-two years after his conviction, Masters is still on Death Row. A growing movement of people believe Masters is innocent, and are actively working within the legal system to free him." -- Provided by publisher Unrated Commercial audiobook

  • PAGDUS meets via Zoom

    PAGDUS meets via Zoom


    July 22, 2024

    PAGDUS July 2024: Join PAGDUS as we continue to discuss indoor and outdoor navigation and our favorite apps. As always, our discussions will be geared toward both guide dog handlers and cane users alike. Amblers, also feel free to bring any travel issues you are having to the group for discussion.

  • Parliamentary Team meets via Free Conference Call

    Parliamentary Team meets via Free Conference Call


    July 23, 2024

  • PCB Board Meeting via Zoom

    PCB Board Meeting via Zoom


    July 26, 2024

  • PCB Board Meeting continues via Zoom

    PCB Board Meeting continues via Zoom


    July 27, 2024

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