The Sisterhood of Congregation Ahavath Chesed, Jacksonville, Florida, is celebrating 60 years of providing Braille materials to the visually impaired in northern Florida. Rabbi Richard Address, founder and director of Jewish Sacred Aging, is currently the interim rabbi at the Reform synagogue. You can read an article about the Sisterhood's Braille group on the Women of Reform Judaism website.
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