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Daviess County Imagination Library Storybook Picnic Returns For Free Family Fun

Intending to encourage the love of reading and the importance of literacy, Dolly Parton started the Imagination Library where she grew up in Eastern Tennessee. Since then, her mission has spread all over the world. She has even partnered with the American Printing House for the Blind located in Louisville, KY to make books accessible to blind and low vision readers.

A mother and child sitting in an armchair together wile reading a print/braille book. The child is wearing glasses.

Connect the Dots Aims to Education Public about Blindness

WDRB News was in attendance for the press conference announcing APH’s new program, Connect the Dots, powered by PNC Foundation.

A group of eight adults pose for a photo while standing around a gigantic cranmer abacus. Another adult squats with a young child near the bottom right corner of the abacus. Behind the two leftmost standing adults, a tall thin banner reading “Connect the Dots” can be seen.

‘This is 100% accessible competition’: Students compete in Kentucky Regional Braille Challenge

It’s a competition for students from Kindergarten to 12th grade where they can test their reading comprehension, spelling and more.

Three students wearing medals and holding white envelopes smile as they stand in front of a Kentucky Regional Braille Challenge banner, which is flanked by colorful balloons on both sides.