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June 24, 2014 8:57 PM

Royals treat visually impaired kids to a tactile day at the K

Alphapointe, a Kansas City organization dedicated to blind and or visually impaired youths, took its the kids to Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday afternoon. It was the Royals’ idea. “The Royals approached us at the end of last season and asked if we’d be interested in organizing a tactile tour with the kids,” said Sharon Brown, a manager at Alphapointe.

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