SOURCE: Orange County Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators

Orange County Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators

September 12, 2011 12:15 ET

OC Legal Administrators to Give Back to the Blind

OC-ALA to Host Volunteer Day at the Blind Children's Learning Center -- 10/8

SANTA ANA, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 12, 2011) - Planting a sensory garden for the blind will be among the activities of the 30 participants at the Orange County Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators' Volunteer Day on Saturday, October 8 from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Blind Children's Learning Center located at 18542-B Vanderlip Avenue in Santa Ana.

Members, Business Partners and families of OC-ALA will beautify, paint, refinish and refurbish the toddler playground at the BCLC, and will plant a sensory garden, which is intended to highlight the sense of smell and touch for people who are visually impaired.

"Members of OC-ALA are honored to have the opportunity to roll up our sleeves and give back to the Blind Children's Learning Center," says Sheri Clifton, OC-ALA Board President. "The BCLC does a fantastic job of preparing blind and visually impaired children to matriculate into a mainstream school environment, and we are thrilled to help make a change and improve their outdoor facility."

To RSVP contact Andrea Bryant at 714-427-7072 or, or go to Deadline to RSVP is Monday, October 3, 2011.

For media requests, contact Jess Block, Media Relations at or 909-706-8525.

ABOUT THE ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF LEGAL ADMINISTRATORS (OC-ALA): OC-ALA is a membership association that provides educational and networking opportunities to improve the quality and competency of legal administrators. OC-ALA has more than 145 members in the Orange County Area and the national chapter, the Association of Legal Administrators, consists of over 10,000 members. For more information, to join or to become a member, visit

ABOUT COMMUNITY CHALLENGE WEEKEND: Community Challenge Weekend is a community service initiative that encourages community improvement. Volunteer Day is part of OC-ALA's Community Challenge Weekend. To learn more about OC-ALA's Volunteer Day, visit

ABOUT THE BLIND CHILDREN'S LEARNING CENTER: The Blind Children's Learning Center provides early intervention, education and services for blind, visually impaired or deaf-blind children, from birth to 21-years-old, and their families to empower independence.

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