Saturday, June 23, 2007

Gifted sixth grader wins braille essay contest

Leanne Deiuliis, who is visually impaired and gifted, won the Pennsylvania Council for the Blind's "What My Life Would Be Like Without Braille" essay contest. A sixth-grader, Leanne also has helped write "Seeing Through God's Eyes," a book produced by the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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