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Group identifies with school of the blind in Maryland

A local group, Family Movement Club identifies with a social for visually impaired people in Maryland County, donating assorted food items, including four bags of (25kgs) rice, six gallons of oil, slippers and salt, among others.

The items were presented to the institution by a representative of the Club, Fraces Colman.
Madam Colman disclosed that family movement for the past three years, has been making similar gesture to several learning institutions, as a key objective of its existence.
Receiving the items on behalf of the school, a female student Cecelia Griffiths, lauded family movement and described the donation as timely.

She also used the occasion to call on humanitarian organizations and other Marylanders to emulate the example of family movement by identifying with the school for the blind to enable it operate smoothly.

Meanwhile, the Club has vowed to keep identifying with the disabled community and other organizations in the county. By Gareyson Neufville, Maryland–Editing by Jonathan Browne


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