April 18, 2007
The non profit organization Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic is moving to a new location.
There was a ribbon cutting ceremony held Wednesday at the organization's new regional facility. It is now located on Greenbrier Drive. The office produces books on tape for people in four different states.
"We ran out of room in our Millmont building which we owned since the 70s and we had five staff members working off site in temporary space and now we are all under the same roof" said Chris Eure, RFB&D, Executive Director.
The new building was dedicated to Maria Miller, the founder of RFB&D, who died two years ago.
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