This morning CRIS wants to thank the Katherine Matthies Foundation and the lasting legacy of Ms. Matthies for their generous support of CRIS' work in the Naugatuck valley.
More about Ms. Matthies may be found HERE.
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.
Kennelly School in Hartford is full of CRISKids. They are proud to be CRISKids and we're proud to have them. Check out the art hanging in Mrs. Lauren Schaechter Lieberman room: homemade CRIS Radios! Go get 'em today, kids!
The seniors in Windsor Locks can now tune into CRIS Radio at the senior center, thanks to a grant from the North Central Area Agency on Aging.
In addition, we were instantly invited to participate in a health fair that will be held on October 20 at … Continue Reading ››
"We are in the range of the big guns and they can be heard very plain from here. Well since leaving the hospital I have put about twenty days in the front line. ... We have had some real hard times during that time you bet...."
Sgt. Maynard was killed on November 11, 1918. He is buried in France.
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 Lions are becoming regulars at CRIS, as the record materials to be used at the Windsor Agricultural Museum. Integrating the recordings with CRISAccess will provide accessibility to museum guests who may have a print disability.
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