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NOPBC Style Show

          Do you have an interest in fashion? Would you like to walk the runway?young tween girl dressed up in bright colors and using a long white cane

The National Organization of Parents of Blind Children (NOPBC) would like to invite all interested students who will    be attending the NFB National Convention in Orlando this summer to apply to walk in the NOPBC Youth Style Show.  Participants will wear their own favorite fashionable outfits - any style: formal, casual, sportswear, or business attire.

Theme: Be the Best YOU!  Be the Best Silly YOU, Be the Best Fancy YOU, Be the Best Future YOU. 

 We are encouraging families to allow the child to pick out their own outfit. A reflection of themselves. Something that makes them feel happy.   

Arrival time is at 1:00pm to arrive in time for the rehearsal. The Show starts at 2:30pm. All participants needs to arrive with a filled out call sheet .

Registration: We are asking when possible that participants are signed up before hand. The first 25 participants that are signed up are guaranteed to receive a thank you gift bag. Though attempt will be made for all participants to receive a gift bag. 

Registration Link: Its not too late to sign your child/youth up for this event please Just fill out the online call sheet by 12PM on July 4 Questions email Penny Duffy at pennyduffy@gmail.com or text questions at 603-892-6355 -no calls please only text.

Call Sheets are very important to
bring with you filled out at rehearsal at 1:00pm 

Call Sheets: .doc  -- .pdf -- online call sheet 

Note: the online form does not have to be printed off just complete the form before 12:00pm on July 4, 2018

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We would like to thank the following sponsors. 

Texas Parents of Blind Children
North Central Chapter of the NFB of Louisiana & students at Louisiana Center for the Blind
New Jersey Parents of Blind Children
West Mesa Chapter of the NFB of New Mexico
4Imprint one by one Program

 

 

 

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