WHAT’S GOOD?: Blind Hockey is coming to Dallas


A Dallas non-profit organization relies on the generosity of the community to ensure people with visual impairments can enjoy the sport of hockey. Easton Kitto, 11, loves hockey but he is legally blind so it is challenging for him to play. Kitto was inspired to bring blind hockey back to Dallas after reading about it in a magazine. Their first public event was at the Children’s Health Star Center in Farmers Branch Oct. 5 with nearly 20 participants. The rink has since donated ice time each week.

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