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In This Issue


2012 in Photos


 Run the Marathon for MAB


Our Annual Report is Here


Annual Meeting



Seeking Marathon Runners!


Team With a Vision members running the 2012 Boston Marathon 


MarathonTeamTeam With a Vision, the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired's Marathon team has two remaining fundraising spots on its 2013 team. We are thrilled to be part of the John Hancock Boston Marathon Charity Program. If you are interested in joining our team of sighted and visually impaired runners, email Josh Warren for more information.

Thanks Supporters!
Thank you so much to our volunteers and to all the individuals, foundations and corporate sponsors who made it possible for us to serve more than 1,400 Massachusetts residents with disabilities this year.
A full list of donors is in our annual report.
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Our Year in Photos 


TopWe had a great year. From the Adult Disability Services Art Fair to the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired's new Family Volunteer Program to the Ivy Street School's first-ever Extravaganza, MAB Community Services' programs have seen great success in 2012. Here are some photo highlights:


Adult Disability Services Art Fair

Adult Disability Services Directer Heller Shoop (right) with client Roger at the ADS Art Fair 


Ivy Street School Extravaganza

 Ivy Street School student plays piano 

Brookline Support Group

  Support Group Members gather at the Brookline Senior Center


Thanks to all who helped make 2012 a fantastic year.


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 Our 2012 Annual Report Now Online

AnnualReportThe 2012 Annual Report for MAB Community Services is now available online. The digital PDF has interactive links to our stories throughout the year.

MAB Community Services 2012 Annual Report
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MAB Annual Meeting Nov. 1

Ivy Street School student photographer 
AnnMeetingThe 2012 MAB Community Services Annual Meeting on Nov. 1 featured the debut photography exhibit "Shooting Beauty at Ivy" with work by Ivy Street School students, and a presentation by award-winning documentary Shooting Beauty photographer Courtney Bent. More...

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MAB has been creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities since 1903. Our experience allows us to forge strong community partnerships to meet the pressing need for high quality services and transform lives. 
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