The Monroe County Council of the Blind (MCCB), is an organization dedicated to improving the social and economic welfare of visually impaired and blind residents of Monroe County. MCCB strives to improve specialized services promoting independence as well as creating accessible social opportunities for the visually impaired and blind community.
We invite residents and members of the business community who are interested in improving the lives of all in Monroe County. To please join our efforts. Membership is open to all. Come meet with us and find out how you can join our campaign to improve the lives of the many visually impaired and blind.
We meet every second Friday of the month at the Eastern Monroe Public Library
from 10:00 AM thru 12:00 PM.
For additional information, please contact: Michael Bryant at (610) 381-4964.
The Monroe County Dog Park Alliance is a group of people without personal agendas or political goals. We love our dogs and believe that all dogs regardless of size or breed, as long as they are non-agressive, spayed or neutered, licensed and up-to-date with their shots, have the right to exercise and socialize off lead in the controlled, fenced area of a dog park under the supervision of their owners. Please help us build a dog park! For more information, visit our website, call (570) 424-1409, or send an email message to email@example.com.
Serving the community since 1912 and a member of the Pennsylvania Federation (PFMC) and the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) – one of the largest philanthropic, non-profit organizations in the world.
The purpose of this club:
We offer two scholarships each year, sponsor an annual Junior Festival, and provide performance opportunities during our meetings which are open to the public on the first Sunday in October, November, February, April and May.
One scholarship is offered locally to a graduating senior who will be majoring in music and the other is given to a student (Grades 7-12) who plans to attend a summer music camp. In addition, NFMC offers many prizes in composition, vocal and instrumental performance, dance, conducting, and for the handicapped and visually impaired and for members of the military.
Membership to the Club is open to any adult and the dues are $20.00 per year. For this amount, you are also a member of PFMC and NFMC,
If you want more information, call Suzanne Anderson at 570.629.0363 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe NFMC website is www.nfmc-music.org and the PFMC site is www.pfmc-music.org.
Last updated March 12, 2014