White Cane Walk For The Sight Center

Ever wonder what it’s like to be blind? You can get a quick and poignant lesson at the 7th annual White Cane Walk to benefit the Cleveland Sight Center. Not only is the event a fundraiser, it is also meant to raise awareness of the White Cane law, which is meant to protect people with visual impairments. Trapper Jack is the Master of Ceremonies at the White Cane Walk, which takes place June 9 at a new venue.
After six years at Crocker Park, the event moves east to Legacy Village. Trapper talks about all the ways in which the Cleveland Sight Center has helped him. He is joined by the Chairs of the White Cane Walk, Judy and Lloyd Miller, who are grandparents to another client of the Cleveland Sight Center.

  • Cheryl Derai

    Hey Eastsiders – If you’ve never experienced Cleveland Sight Center’s White Cane Walk, yu here’s your chance! Come join the Millers and hundreds of others at Legacy Village who will experience what it’s like to walk in the shoes of someone visually impaired. Take the opportunity to learn a bit more about the great things happening at Cleveland Sight Center for you or a loved one, and catch the Radio Disney road crew from 11:30-12:30 while you’re there.

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