Dear Friends of the FFB Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter:
We welcome your interest in this Chapter of the Foundation Fighting Blindness. We are excited about growing this chapter and look forward to your involvement. Any new ideas on connecting all those that have been touched personally or by a loved one with a retinal disease will be appreciated. A fresh approach to our chapter presentations, including format, location, time and day of week, are being discussed.
The chapter presentations are for YOU!
- To gain knowledge and understanding of the research that will one day soon cure retinal degenerative diseases.
- To keep you informed of the fundraising that will bring that day to fruition.
- To share ideas with each other to help us cope with our personal retinal disease.
- To hear from top retinal specialists and others to encourage us in our journey.
We need to hear from YOU!
What do you need from the chapter? What would you like to talk about and discuss? Who would you like to hear from in the world of retinal diseases? What location, time and day of the week would work best for you? By working together, meeting together and socializing together, we can bring an end to retinal degenerative diseases.
We want to meet YOU!
We want to hear from you! We want to introduce ourselves to you! Please feel free to give me a call or e-mail me!
Mary Ann Subleski
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10th Annual Dallas VisionWalk
April 1, 2017 8:30am
Oak Point Park Amphitheater
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Chapter Presentations and Events:
Dallas/Fort Worth Vision Seminar - Saturday, February 25, 2017
We extend our thanks to the guest speakers who so graciously gave of their time to present valuable information to the 120+ attendees: Sai H. Chavala, MD; Stephen P. Daiger, PhD; Neva Fairchild and Halden Connor. Thanks also to The Chatlos Foundation Public Health Education Program of the Foundation Fighting Blindness for providing the funding that allows us to make this type of Vision Seminar available throughout the country.
Lindsey Teel & Ron Grimes recently preformed at the 6th Annual Dallas Visionary Awards a song called “All I Can.” Lindsey is passionate about music and has opened for country stars such as the Eli Young Band and has been invited to sing the national anthem at the Dallas Mavericks game as well as at the University of North Texas.
Fort Worth, TX
For the past few years, Miranda has been the driving force behind the participation of the Alcon Labs and Foundation employees with FFB. In 2014, she helped make the Ft. Worth VisionWalk a smashing success. In 2014, Alcon raised $18,641. They also formed 6 teams for the 2014 walk and have had team participation since 2011.
Mary Ann Subleski
Director Chapter Development
977 Lakeview Parkway Suite 140
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
847.680.0100 ext. 26 (office)