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Chaz throwing elbow jabs at the pad in Martial Arts Class
They love Chaz Davis in his hometown of Grafton, Mass. But we are just as proud of him here in Littleton, Colo. at the Colorado Center for the Blind! Chaz, a 2016 Paralympian in Rio and a 2017 graduate of CCB, won the Boston Marathon’s visually impaired division on October Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
a blind instructor talks with his student, a senior woman as they walk with white canes along a residential street
Dishon and Olive on the return leg of a travel lesson near the center. Seniors in Charge this year was blessed with lovely fall days. For the first time in two years, our week-long Seniors in Charge is live and in-person at the Colorado Center for the Blind! These four Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
a high school student pumps air into a soda bottle rocket while the instructor kneels to steady the rocket for launch
Join us in-person for a combined Learning Box and FAST rocket-building activity! When: October 16th, 20211:00 to 3:00 p.m. Where: Colorado Center for the Blind2233 W. Shepperd Ave. Littleton, CO 80120 Register by:   October 12, 2021 The National Federation of the Blind of Colorado, the Colorado Center for the Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
a small well-dressed woman in her 70s stands at a podium, microphone near her face
Diane mcGeorge stands at a podium, circa 2006. Not only did she found the Colorado Center for the Blind in 1988 and direct it for the next ten years, but she also served in numerous leadership roles in the National Federation of the Blind for nearly four decades. We send Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Anahit and Nate Making a Sandwitch
After School Program Editor’s Note: This announcement went out via email this week, but constitutes months of dreaming, planning and recruitment and coordination. Suddenly, our familiarity with virtual platforms creates an opportunity to reach out to blind kids in new and innovative ways! Dear Parents/Guardians: Thank you for being strong Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
A smiling woman wearing a U.S. Marine lanyard
Amanda Juetten, a CCB student from Tennessee is a Marine Mom. Her son Lorenzo returned safely from deployment at the kabul Airport. During morning announcements on Tuesday, August 31, student Amanda Juetten called for recognition and announced that she had someone on the phone. “I’m safe and sound,” we heard Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
6 Dot Dash 5K Logo
The national federation of the blind of Colorado 6 dot dash 5k is back, in-person and virtual, on Saturday, September 18! Startting and finishing at the colorado Center for the blind, 2233 w. Shepperd ave. in Littleton, events will include a health expo, beer tasting and for the kids, a Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
three professional women smile while standing in front of a flowering crab apple tree
We were excited to welcome Circuit Media leadership for a recent visit at the center. Rebecca, Lisa, Karen and Ellie sat down with Executive Director Julie Deden and members of the management team to discuss a possible partnership, including Circuit Media staff serving as volunteers and possible internships for students. Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Two women in the 15 minute waiting tent on vaccination day
Last Friday’s vaccination clinic here at the center was a huge success, and we want to give a huge shout-out to our partners, Vive Family Wellness, St. Benedict’s Health and Healing Ministry, and the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition for helping us make it possible for 29 people to get their first Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke
Cover of Mort The Mouse
Youth Services Director Martin Becerra-Miranda has a lot to share right now – three exciting offerings from the Colorado Center for the Blind for blind youth and their families. We like to think of it as a dazzling summer triple! First Base FAST Saturday, May 22 Mort the Mouse Goes Read More
 Posted by Dan Burke