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A Holiday Gift from the 2016 CCB Choir

This year our CCB Choir formed itself in about a week under the direction of student Julie McGinnity, then went caroling at the Littleton Light Rail Station, outside Romancing the Bean Coffee shop. The next day they gave a performance at the Seniors’ Holiday Party. Mostly students, but with a couple of staff voices as […]

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Reblog: Grafton’s Chaz Davis has a surprising finish

Chaz presents a Christmas basket of items prepared by CCB students to an officer from the Littleton Police Department

Editor’s Note: We thought this hometown article about our student Chaz and his American record in his first-ever marathon last month well worth the read. Needless to say, we’re excited for him and proud of his achievements! By John Conceison It’s always fine when a competitor thrives during an Olympic year. For Grafton’s Chaz Davis, […]

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Not Exactly Winding the Year Down

A group of CCB students pose around a cart with six large trays of goodies to give out

We’re in our final week – final days, really – of the 2016 year at the Colorado Center for the Blind. It’s not exactly like winding down, but more like an all-cylinders-open surge for the finish line. Alejandro went on a support drop yesterday, and is cooking a big meal tomorrow. Ryan served his mini-meal […]

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We’re Excited – Thanks for a Successful #COGivesDay 2016!

Cloe leaping from a paddle board during Confidence Camp

Our 2016 Colorado Gives Day was our most successful ever, and we want to thank all of our friends and new acquaintances who helped make it so! In all, we received $15,230 via the online Colorado Gives web site, and all of that counts toward a share of the $1 million Incentive Fund offered by […]

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Decorating for the Holidays 2016

Chris K. and Delfina high fiving in front of the tree

We’re nine days into December and, not all that surprisingly, 9 is the temperature this morning. Robert routinely interrupts class with overhead PA announcements, requesting some student or staff member to please stop by his desk on a break. This is a sure sign that there’s a Secret Santa something or other waiting for the […]

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