Updated 10/19/2010
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Wall Mural
Wall Mural

Wall Mural
Wall Mural

Touch & Feel
Touch & Feel

Touch & Feel
Touch & Feel

Touch & Feel
Touch & Feel

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Lion & Sable

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Northwest Chapter of Safari Club International Sensory Safari Project

The Northwest Chapter is working to complete the development of a large interactive permanent exhibit of wildlife in partnership with the Washington State School for the Blind in Vancouver Washington. The display will contain more than 30 species of animals with an audio recording of each that will explain where the animal lives, as well as a description of what they look like. This exhibit will focus on worldwide game conservation themes as well.

This will allow blind and visually impaired individuals to "see" various animals through the sense of touch and thereby expand their opportunity to gain knowledge of a part of the world that has eluded them. In effect, it will allow a blind child to more fully understand, for instance, what the "Lion King" really looks like. This exhibit will also be open to and utilized by the following: other schools for the blind, by public and private school children, scouting and other youth organizations, and the general public.

We are very much in need of cash donations to carry through with this costly project. Donors will be recognized on a permanent basis, on site. If you can help with a contribution, please make your check payable to SCI – NW and mail it to our treasurer.

 JoDean Peters @ 7214 224th Street East, Graham, WA 98338-6203.


  

DONATIONS WELCOME

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