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M'ville foundation gives $1M to support programs for the blind

INDIANAPOLIS | A Merrillville foundation has given $1 million to an Indianapolis organization serving the blind and visually impaired.

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T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South assistant track coach Yetunde Mitchell claps her hands repeatedly to guide blind long jumper Jhaliyah Anderson to the pit.

May 01, 2013 5:07 pm
T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South blind long jumper Jhaliyah Anderson gets lined up by head coach Steve Nelson.

May 01, 2013 5:06 pm
T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South assistant track coach Yetunde Mitchell claps her hands repeatedly to guide blind long jumper Jhaliyah Anderson to the pit. Head coach Steve Nelson looks on.

May 01, 2013 5:06 pm
T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South blind long jumper Jhaliyah Anderson chats with head coach Steve Nelson.

May 01, 2013 5:06 pm
T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South assistant track coach Yetunde Mitchell claps her hands repeatedly to guide blind long jumper Jhaliyah Anderson to the pit. Head coach Steve Nelson looks on.

May 01, 2013 5:07 pm
T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

T.F. South's trackster Jhaliyah Anderson is blind.

Blind T.F. South track member Jhaliyah Anderson is escorted on to the track by teammate Lanetta Charleston as they prepare for practice.

May 01, 2013 5:06 pm
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