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Mr. Winegarden speaks to the students of St. James.

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The students at St. James Catholic school had the privilege of having Mr. Winegarten speak to them about some of the barriers of being visually impaired and how goals can be accomplished.

June 3, 2010 - The students at St. James Catholic school had the privilege of having Mr. Winegarten speak to them about some of the barriers of being visually impaired and how goals can be accomplished with "good old hard work and to follow you passion". He stated that the trick to his success in being the first blind person to work for the Canada Revenue Agency in Sudbury where he was a supervisor has been; "to always do my best and help others. If I can do this then my life is meaningful"

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