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And No One Left Hungry from Julie’s Mini Meal

Julie admits she’d barely cooked at all before coming to the Center, but now she’s cooked and served a meal for fifteen! And no one left hungry … no one!

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Taking Charge of the Deep-fryer with Confidence & Deliciousness! #LivetheLifeYouWant

On Tuesday all four Home Management classes took charge of the deep-fryer, making a “copy-cat” chicken recipe. Watch to see how things turned out!

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Julie and Serena Making it smooth!

Both Julie and Serena are new to the Wood Shop class, but Chirs has them in touch with the beginning’s of a refinishing project.

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Jamie Principato Semi-finalist for the Holman Prize

We are excited to feature our former math tutor and continuing collaborator on Science, Technology and Math projects, Jamie Principato, who is a Semi-finalist for the $25,000 Holman Prize for Blind Ambition, offered by the LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, San Francisco. Please watch her application video: Jamie Principato Rocket Scientist Semi-finalist for… Continue Reading Jamie Principato Semi-finalist for the Holman Prize

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Graham Norwood Semi-finalist for the Holman Prize

We are excited to feature our current student, Graham Norwood, who is a Semi-finalist for the $25,000 Holman Prize for Blind Ambition, offered by the LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, San Francisco. Please watch his application video: Graham Norwood Singer and songwriter, current student Semi-finalist for the Holman Prize The inspiration for the… Continue Reading Graham Norwood Semi-finalist for the Holman Prize

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Lasagna from Scratch: Chaz’s Mini Meal

Chaz admits he was only a little above the average college student with respect to his cooking skills. Now he’s made lasagna from scratch and fed fifteen people witt it.

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An Adventure Under the Pool

  No, you won’t be singing any Disney song when you go under the pool. It’s dirty and dark and forgotten … Except by Travel Instructor David Nietfeld, who today took the Philosophy class on an historical tour of the Center, which was formerly a YMCA. Since part of the student body was off at… Continue Reading An Adventure Under the Pool

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Why, Wood Ducks Don’t Quack!

What were we thinking? Well, we encountered wood ducks this week in our Birding by Ear class when we strolled over to the pond at Sterne Park. Sure, there were the standard mallards with their easily recognizable quacking, but that other sound – that rising note – was that really a duck? yes, it’s a… Continue Reading Why, Wood Ducks Don’t Quack!

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Courtney and Suzie Are March’s Students of the Month

Courtney and Suzie are our March Students of the Month for March, selected by Center staff. Courtney was forced to take a leave to attend to family business in New Jersy, but was determined to return and earn her Bell of Freedom. She returned after several months and is on her way again, an indication… Continue Reading Courtney and Suzie Are March’s Students of the Month

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Last week was a big one for drops

Last week was busy with drops and support drops. The “Drop”, or independent drop is one of the two final requirements of our cane travel instruction. Ryan and Trevor both completed theirs last week, having been dropped somewhere in the Denver Metro area and permitted one question on their trip back to the Center. The… Continue Reading Last week was a big one for drops

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2233 West Shepperd Ave
Littleton CO
80120

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