Scot Haney knocked the ball out of the park with his dance performance, but on this night his competition wasn't Joe Furey and Weather Watch, it was the five most dazzling women in all of Connecticut. The 2017 Dining & Dancing in the Dark Champions are: Amanda Raus (Fox CT) & Hanna Mordoh.
It may have been the most dazzling D&D yet, and the winners are the people all over CT who use CRIS services, as the night raised record amounts to help CRIS continue its mission. READ MORE
Windsor Patch- Jan 7, 2017
Windsor Lions To Provide A “Vision Not Required”... A Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum Experience
The Windsor Lions Club is currently working on a centennial project, to install and maintain several narrated tours at Northwest Park. Each tour, comprising of numerous stations, will allow … Continue Reading ››
Voices of World War I launched today at the Connecticut State Library. Secretary of State Denise Merrill, DRS Commissioner Amy Porter and other dignitaries were on hand to praise the new service that makes historical documents from World War I available to people with disabilities.
CRIS volunteers … Continue Reading ››
CRIS Radio's 19th Annual Golf Classic was played at Tunxis Plantation on October 5. A perfect day of golf was had by the 88-strong field, old friends and new. Thanks to emcee Scot Haney, title sponsor Tim Parker and New Country Auto, all of our sponsors, golfers, volunteers and the staff at Tunxis Plantation. Looking forward to seeing everyone next year for the 20th Classic!
More pictures to follow soon both here and on the CRIS Facebook Page.
CRIS Radio launched CRIS en Español Streaming at the Toivo Center (Finnish for Hope) on Franklin Avenue in Hartford. Among the dignitaries was former Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra who proclaimed the essential need for folks to receive news in the "spoken word." Read More
CRIS Radio recently launched its new program for museums at Mystic Aquarium. Press, dignitaries and museum-goers stood by for demonstrations and explanations of how this new services makes museums more accessible for people with disabilities. Read more
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