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Before Departing, One Last Meal & Secret Santas Revealed #ShareLittleton

Here we are with a white Christmas in Colorado when it was looking pretty dusty and dry. Naturally, the Center closed for the holidays, but we finished up in the spirit last Tuesday. Our traditions involve a breakfast together, provided by the GraceFull Cafe in downtown Littleton consisting of very large and very delicious breakfast… Continue Reading Before Departing, One Last Meal & Secret Santas Revealed #ShareLittleton

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Meet the Volunteers Who Give Time to Our Programs

The holidays are a time of giving, and our volunteers at CCB give a lot of their time to drive, read and other necessary tasks at the center. We invited them to a lunch in October, but let’s also acknowledge all they give at this time of giving and sharing.

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Sixty Attend Senior Holiday Party 2017 #ShareLittleton

Last Friday’s Senior Holiday Party brought together members of all three of our weekly Seniors groups that meet at the Center – Tuesday, Thursday and Friday – along with sighted and unsighted spouses (insider’s joke), and both old and new friends. There were adult children and grandchildren There. was plenty of food, lots of laughs… Continue Reading Sixty Attend Senior Holiday Party 2017 #ShareLittleton

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Tuesday’s Seniors Prepare for Senior Holiday Party on Dec 15 #sharelittleton

Friday, December 15 is the annual senior Holiday Party at the Colorado Center for the Blind, and the Tuesday group got into the kitchen this week to bake cookies for the event. Among the cookie corps was CCB founder and Chair of our Board of Directors, Diane McGeorge. Also our Volunteer Extraordinaire, Diane is often… Continue Reading Tuesday’s Seniors Prepare for Senior Holiday Party on Dec 15 #sharelittleton

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One Whole Day for Holiday Art & Ornaments #sharelittleton

Tuesday is art day anyway, but this week it was art day all day long. Every student and staff member worked in the art room with Ann Cunningham and Jenny Callahan making ornaments, holiday cards or what ever else suited their fancy. Without a doubt , everyone enjoyed the break from regular classes and the… Continue Reading One Whole Day for Holiday Art & Ornaments #sharelittleton

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Holiday Treats for City of Littleton

The holidays are here! Today Students and staff set out to deliver treats to our friends across the City of Littleton. Of course, the cookies andpeppermint bark were all made by our very own students. Blind people give back, too! The first deliveries were to the City of Littleton’s City Manager’s office, Public Works and… Continue Reading Holiday Treats for City of Littleton

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Eagle Scout Project Enhances Art Room

With many students and the results of their projects, supplies ranging from clay to wax to stone and of course the tools to work with each, an art room can quickly succumb to forces best summed up in the statement: “All things tend toward disorder.” This may be a paraphrase and we certainly don’t recall… Continue Reading Eagle Scout Project Enhances Art Room

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The Freedom Bells Keep Ringing: Thanks for #COGivesDay Donations!

And students keep right on ringing their Freedom Bells this week and next, and on into the New Year! Thanks to the 69 individuals who gave online on Colorado Gives Day, December 5, as well as the two dozen or more who brought in checks or cash. We especially want to recognize the Tuesday morning… Continue Reading The Freedom Bells Keep Ringing: Thanks for #COGivesDay Donations!

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A Last Look at CCB Thanksgiving 2017

Starting with a little turkey structured discovery right up to the point where we start stuffing our faces, when the videographer puts away his camera to get in line. Even journalism has its natural limits.

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Ring that Freedom Bell on #COGives Day!

Each student who meets all the requirements for graduation from the Colorado Center for the Blind earns a Freedom Bell. Ringing that bell symbolizes that they are free to pursue the lives they want, free from dependence and lack of blindness skills, ready to challenge society’s low expectations with “Confidence and Self-reliance”. It’s a very… Continue Reading Ring that Freedom Bell on #COGives Day!

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