T.F. South's Jhaliyah Anderson, visually impaired since 3 years old, is finishing her first season of competing with the track team.
LANSING | As T.F. South sophomore Jhaliyah Anderson glides down the runway of the long jump pit, there are people on both sides of the runway clapping as she takes her steps in anticipation of completing her jump.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Merrillville foundation has given $1 million to an Indianapolis organization serving the blind and visually impaired.
Students at Morgan Township Middle/High School learned what their visually impaired classmates experience on a daily basis.
CRETE | Kids from the Crete-Monee Baseball team took on the Comets Blind Baseball Team at the recent Crete Park-A-Palooza.
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