We had the pleasure of having Dr. Norman Gardner, a blind professor of Finance at UVSC in Orem, Utah as our speaker. He spoke to us about blindness and how he handled his classes being totally blind. He was a great example of what blind people can do when given the proper training and opportunities. He shared with us that the real problem of blindness is not eing blind but the stereotypes and attitudes of the blind person as well as the stereotypes and attitudes of the public at large. It was Dr. Gardner's hope that we as Lions treat blind people as we would want to be treated and to realize that blind people can function in society as well as the average person given the proper training and opportunities.