In 1972, a group of tri-state-area residents noticed a gap in services for people with low vision or blindness.

“My dad wanted to get something going for people that were blind around this area,” said Debbie Gagne, current president of Tri-State Independent Blind Society. “Ten people put $10 in, and that’s how the organization started.”

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