National Federation of the Blind of Montana

2023 - 11th Annual Treasure State Convention

If you still haven't registered, please visit the 2023 NFB of Montana Treasure State Convention Registration page.

2023 - Convention Agenda

Friday, October 6th

Saturday, October 7th

12:00-1:30 PM: Lunch on your Own.

Note that the Zoom conference line will remain open during lunch, but no content or monitoring will occur during the lunch hour. Conventioneers are welcome to chat with one another during this lunch break.

3:05-3:20 PM: Break

5:00-6:30PM: Break

  • 6:30 PM: Banquet
  • Keynote Address
  • Awards
  • NFB Pledge

    I pledge to participate actively in the efforts of the National Federation of the Blind to achieve equality, opportunity, and security for the blind; to support the policies and programs of the Federation; and to abide by its constitution.

    Prizes, Attendance, and Voting

    You must be registered for the convention in order to win door prizes, including the Grand Door Prize. You also must be in attendence, either via Zoom or in person to claim your door prizes.

    Voting - In order to be eligible to vote, select the leadership, and set the policies of the National Federation of the Blind of Montana, you must be a current dues-paying member of this organization. Annual dues are due by January 1 of each year. If you have not already done so, please send your 2023 membership dues of $5.00 per annual membership per member (or $100.00 for lifetime membership per member) to the following address by September 30, 2023.

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    About the National Federation of the Blind of Montana

    The National Federation of the Blind of Montana is a consumer civil rights organization in which the blind and interested sighted persons come together in monthly local chapter meetings and annual statewide conventions to improve the lives of blind people through advocacy, education, research, technology, and programs encouraging independence and self-confidence. The NFB of Montana works toward the removal of legal, economic, and social barriers to full participation by blind people in all aspects of community life.