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2nd Annual Dining in the Dark Enhances Other Senses

Posted By Charissa / November 30, 2017 / Press Releases / 0 Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
2nd Annual Dining in the Dark Enhances Other Senses
(Savannah, GA)  On Saturday, January 20, 2018 beginning at 6:00 p.m., The Charles C. Taylor & Samir Nikocevic Charitable Foundation will present Dining in the Dark.  The 2nd Annual Dining in the Dark is an exclusive event unlike any other in our community and will offer guests a peek into an unfamiliar world to discover a new, deeper understanding of vision loss.

Dining in the Dark is an evening that you will not forget.  Upon your arrival, you will enjoy live music, cocktails, and amazing silent auction items.  Your journey will begin, as you enter a blackout chamber, where your eyes will adjust to the dark.  After only a couple of minutes, guests will be guided to their seats by a member of the Savannah Chatham Police SWAT team using their night vision technology.  At that point, a sumptuous three-course meal prepared by 39 Rue De Jean will be delivered to your table by your SWAT waiter.  Sit back, have fun, and allow your senses to be challenged to a whole new level of appreciation of smell, taste, sound, and touch.

A variety of sponsorships are still available for this event and tickets can be purchased online at CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS .  Tickets may also be ordered by calling Leslie Eatherly at 912-236-4473 extension 108.

The Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision is Southeast Georgia’s fully accredited, community facility providing rehabilitation services for individuals of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.  Since 1963, the Center has grown to serve as a model of innovative services throughout 29 counties in the southeast portion of the state.

The mission of the Center is to offer comprehensive services to promote independence with dignity and confidence for those who are blind or visually impaired.

All services are customized to meet the individual’s personal goals toward adjustment for vision loss.

The Center operates on grants, donations, and the generous support from the community.  To learn more about us…visit our website: www.SavannahCBLV.org .

 

Contact:  Leslie Eatherly, Director of Development

1141 Cornell Avenue

Savannah, GA  31406

912-236-4473

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