CCB Featured in America’s Test Kitchen Podcast @Jason_Strother @TestKitchen @pang
In June, 2022 we hosted journalist Jason Strother for a week of training at the Center. Jason, who has worked for years as a free-lance reporter and was headquartered for a time in Seoul, South Korea, was researching a story about how blind people obtain food. Groceries, that is. His interest in this subject is personal, as he describes in the podcast linked below, Jason has a form of Macular Degeneration, and in recent years changes in his vision have increasingly presented barriers when he shops for food. So, he took a journalist’s approach to see how blind people went about obtaining their comestibles, and that included a stop at the Colorado Center for the Blind in Littleton.… Read the rest “CCB Featured in America’s Test Kitchen Podcast @Jason_Strother @TestKitchen @pang”
Older Blind Show There’s More Than One Way to Get the Ball Down the Lane
Earlier in May a group of our older blind folks went off to Moe’s Original Bar-B-Que & Bowling on South Broadway for a morning of active fun. These photos attest to the truth that there’s more than one way to get the ball down the lane!
Mother’s Day Breakfast at CCB
The guys arrived very early so the breakfast would be ready to serve right after announcements. In all more than 20 female students enjoyed the meal. Left to right, the cooks are Noah, Ernest, Florentino, Shane, Dave, and Mason.
Julie Deden holds her mock mimosa in a fluted glass.
May the Fourth Be with You!
Yes Star Wars fans, it’s May the Fourth Be with You today. And in honor of this day, Jedi Tech Instructor Charlie Acheson came in his Jedi robe and with his light saber. Here he’s shown with his hood up and sweeping a blue arc with it. Not hard to imagine him saying, “use the force, students! Use the force!”
Tonight, he can greet CCB’s Board of Directors at our gathering of staff and board. Board members are arriving from across the country today and will meet with staff and students, as well as the management team through Saturday evening.… Read the rest “May the Fourth Be with You!”