President Maurer plays on the floor of the
dining room with eleven-month-old
Ben Shropshire, son of Administrative
Coordinator to the Office of the
President, Lauri Shropshire.
President Maurer stands on a desk
in one of the offices in the
Materials Center preparing to
wash a window.
Unusual things sometimes take place at the National Center for the Blind. Even when commonplace activities occur (like a Baltimore Chapter meeting) the camera sometimes catches out-of-the-ordinary events like the picture (above left).
July 14 provided a number of opportunities for unusual pictures. The Materials Center was finally ready for restocking and use. But first it had to be thoroughly cleaned. We could have hired a company at considerable expense to come in and do the job. We could have left it to the maintenance department to get the job done as it could over a period of weeks. Or we could do what we usually do and ask everyone on staff to devote a day to get the huge space ready for operation. That's what we did, and these pictures record the day.
Lauri Shropshire on a ladder and
Curtis Chong on the floor clean
and buff a paneled pillar.
Liane Sudbrook looks on as
Joe Miller, standing, and Craig Gildner,
on a ladder, wave at the camera.
The Materials Center at the end of the day,
clean and ready to be restocked
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