Keystone Blind Association Buys Bolotin Building

SHARON, Pa. – Keystone Blind Association will consolidate its two existing offices into the former Bolotin’s Furniture building on East State Street in Hermitage. Keystone, which was established in 1947 to provide services to blind and visually impaired persons, now operates from two locations in Sharon,

The agency serves clients in Mercer, Lawrence and Crawford counties in Pennsylvania and Mahoning and Trumbull counties in Ohio.

Keystone also announced it will kick off a capital fund campaign to raise money for renovations and the move into the building, which it has purchased, the agency also announced. Tresa Templeton, a former Keystone board member, will chair the campaign, which will launch in April.

Keystone has its headquarters is on Stambaugh Avenue and the Key Building on Division Street houses its vocational services. The Key Builiding, which serves as the agency’s public storefront, also is the manufacturing plant for the Keystone line of industrial digging and striking tools and safety helmets, assembled by Keystone clients.

Services also are provided by affiliate agencies in Beaver, Montgomery and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania.

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