The Mark Twain House and Museum and CRISAccess have teamed up to provide additional accessibility to the Hartford bard’s old digs. Audio recorded by CRIS volunteers now reads signs from the museum for people with smart devices.
Volunteers from around the state came together on September 19, braving forecasts of Hurricane Jose, to celebrate their dedication to Connecticut's only radio reading service for people with disabilities. Volunteers with 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service were honored.
CRIS has received a grant from The Knox Foundation to support audio programming of publications for people who are blind or print challenged. The mission of the Knox Foundation is to promote the vitality of the City of Hartford by making small grants to community non-profit … Continue Reading ››
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 ››
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.