BVA Bulletin Spring 2007 Issue


Welcome to the online version of the Spring 2007 BVA Bulletin. An archive of previous issues extending three years back is also available. For information or entries in issues prior to 2006, contact Stuart Nelson at BVA National Headquarters, 800-669-7079, Ext. 316. Please note that any contact details, including mailing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and website may be out of date.

Felipe de Neri Church, located on the north side of Albuquerque's famed Old Town Plaza, is the oldest surviving building in the city. The structure is a symbol of the rich architectural and cultural traditions of New Mexico to be discovered by blinded veterans and their families attending the 62nd National Convention August 14-18. Photo courtesy of MarbleStreetStudio.com.
Felipe de Neri Church, located on the north side of Albuquerque's famed Old Town Plaza, is the oldest surviving building in the city. The structure is a symbol of the rich architectural and cultural traditions of New Mexico to be discovered by blinded veterans and their families attending the 62nd National Convention August 14-18. Photo courtesy of MarbleStreetStudio.com.

In This Issue...


Legislative Update - by Tom Zampieri

President’s Page  - by Larry Belote

Old Southwest Says “Bienvenida”  - by Christina Hitchcock

62nd Convention Schedule of Events

Vital Reminders

Around BVA

Auxiliary's View  - by Joyce Thornton

Of Note

Letters to the Editor

In Remembrance

Final Thought