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Dec 2000 Journal

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Hearing AJR Information

The written words of AJR Information are brought to life on audiotape by a dedicated band of volunteer readers to make quite certain that visually impaired AJR members do not miss out on the Association’s monthly magazine. The length of the recording has recently been increased from 60 to 90 minutes so that almost the whole of the magazine can be read without omissions or editing.

The service, begun by Irene White in 1986, is now administered by another AJR volunteer, Rita Rosenbaum, with expert help from Jewish Care’s Stamford Hill studio engineer Ben Goodman and their Head of Audio and Braille Resources, Jon Kaye.

If you would like to benefit, please arrange for a short note to be sent to Rita Rosenbaum c/o AJR Head Office, giving your name, address and telephone number.

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