The 2017 Lights Out Blindfolded 5K in Corbin, KY

Contact: Travis Freeman The Freeman Foundation P.O. Box 2671 Corbin, KY 40702 taf@travisfreeman.org       Press Release IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Freeman Foundation Presents The Lights Out Blind Folded 5K Corbin KY, May 19, 2017:  The Freeman Foundation is excited to announce its next  Lights Out Blind Folded 5K. The race will be held on…

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Lights Out Dinner in the Dark March 21, 2017

Lights Out Dinner in the Dark Contact: Travis Freeman The Freeman Foundation P.O. Box 2671 Corbin, KY 40702 taf@travisfreeman.org      Press Release IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Freeman Foundation Presents The Lights Out Dinner in the Dark Corbin KY, January 31, 2017:  The Freeman Foundation presents The Lights Out Dinner in the Dark. The dinner will be…

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Inspiring, Heartwarming, Hopeful, and concerning, The Links of interest for September 27 2016

Inspiring, heartwarming, hopeful, and concerning, these themes run throughout today’s links of interest. The below four articles challenge all of us to think different and be different in our everyday lives. As you read about these stories, consider how they encourage and challenge you in your particular situations. Here are the links of interest for…

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Golden Accomplishments: How 2 Olympic Athletes Overcame Their Disabilities

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love the Olympics. It doesn’t matter what sport it is I can sit and watch it. Everything from swimming, to hand ball, to air rifle captures my attention every 4 years. This year, however, something different also caught my attention. I have noticed that 2  athletes competing…

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The 2016 Lights Out Blindfolded 5K in Corbin, KY

Press Release IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Freeman Foundation Presents The Lights Out Blind Folded 5K Corbin, KY, May 9, 2016: The Freeman Foundation presents its next Lights Out Blind Folded 5K in Corbin, KY. The race will be held on July 4 at 9:00 am at the Corbin Primary School.  To participate in this 5K individuals must have…

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Descriptive Pictures: How Twitter and Facebook are Changing the Lives of the visually Impaired

I love Twitter, and I tolerate Facebook. When I began The Freeman Foundation I believed that having an active social media presence was a vital aspect of the success of the foundation. I wanted to use Twitter and Facebook to assist in advancing our mission. These social media platforms allow me to give people a…

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