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photo by Jahvid Nawab

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Visually impaired youngsters from around the region took part in the 41st annual Bill Roby Track and Field Games, held Oct. 3 at the Kentucky School for the Blind. Medals were plentiful for the participants, who were assisted by 14 members of Trinity’s chapter of the National National Honor Society. The student involvement was coordinated by moderators Mrs. Emily Waford and Mrs. Betsy deGolian.

photos by Jahvid Nawab
The Rocks chapter of the NHS assisted at the 41st annual Bill Roby Track and Field Games, held at the Kentucky School for the Blind.

 

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