What happens when blind kids are challenged, encouraged, and discipled at summer camp? What if we view the world's 39 million blind persons, not as an endless pool of need,
but a vast reservoir of God-given potential, courage, and resilience?
|Resources for the Blind |
Kentucky Homeschool Groups & Activities
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|Dinsmore Homestead, Burlington |
|General Butler State Park, Carrollton |
|Harrodsburg, Ky, Harrodsburg |
|Explorium of Lexington, Lexington |
|Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington |
|Living History Farm, Lexington |
|River City Field Trips, Louisville |
|American Printing House for the Blind, Louisville |
|Louisville Mega Cavern, Louisville |
|Louisville Zoo- everyday is different!, Louisville |
|Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville |
|Louisville Science Center, Louisville |
|Frazier International History Museum, Louisville |
|Newport Aquarium, Newport |
|The Creation Museum, Petersburg |
|Cumberland Inn Museum, Williamsburg |
|Ark Encounter, Williamstown |
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