New Country Helps Make CRIS Radio Golf Classic a Success
Hartford Courant: October 11, 2017
Thanks to New Country Motor Cars of Hartford, title sponsor of CRIS Radio's 20th Annual Golf Classic, more than 100 golfers turned out to raise funds for the Windsor-based nonprofit radio service for the blind on Wednesday, Oct. 4.
"It was the best turnout for … Continue Reading ››
The 20th CRIS Golf Classic is in the books: the record books. More sponsors, more golfers, more fun. The middle of October provided perfect golf weather for 101 CRIS superstars.
Proceeds help CRIS offer its service at no cost to people living in the community … Continue Reading ››
Dear Friends at CRIS Radio:
I am so sorry I can't be with you tonight to express my gratitude personally for this recognition as a 35-year CRIS volunteer. My relationship with this organization is on of the longest of my life, and I will always be grateful to the friends at WTIC Radio who suggested CRIS … Continue Reading ››
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.
Hartford's St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and Windsor's nonprofit CRIS Radio say they are teaming up to provide its patients for the first time with daily audio readings of newspaper and magazine articles via the hospital's in-room TV system.
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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.
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 ››
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