For one final time, a formal activity for Iowa's sight challenged children was held in the Old Main at the Braille and Sight Saving School in Vinton, Iowa, constructed in 1862. The annual spring conference was conducted on Friday with about 100 parents and students attending. The session included a presentation by administrators where parents could ask question and lunch. All official activity at the facility ends on June 30. A Braille School reunion is planned on the first weekend of June Photos by Jim Morrison