WSHU featured “Voices of World War I” in a piece aired on Veteran’s Day. You can listen to the segment HERE.
CRIS Radio honored its 300 volunteers from around the state at a reception at the New Britain Museum of American Art. Volunteers are individually recognized when celebrating 5 year increments of service. Last night they included:
- John Acey
- Karen Bedard
- Francine Goldfarb
- Kay Long
- MIchael Picozzi
- Rena Tobey
- Tim Ward
- John Sullivan
- Jennifer Gaffey
- Henry Gutterman
- Ernest Johnson Jr.
- Regina Strand
- Charles Wynn
- Steve Thal
- Paul Young
- Russ Wheeler
- Barbara Clark
- James Stewart
CRIS Radio honored its 300 volunteers from around the state at a reception at the New Britain Museum of American Art. Volunteers are individually recognized when celebrating 5 year increments of service. Read more.
CRIS Radio has received a grant from the North Central Area Agency on Aging to train seniors in local senior centers, assistive living centers, and low vision groups on the wonders of new technologies. Included in the trainings will be information about the CRIS app, how to use Alexa and other smart devices and Audio Reading Books.
In addition, CRIS is developing a Technology Resource Guide, podcasts and a web page to further help seniors “plug-in”.
The first event was at the Enfield Senior Center and met with great success. CRIS will partner with NEAT @ Oak Hill to help seniors explore the wonders of a smart home.
More information may be found HERE.
The 21st CRIS Golf Classic was a huge success, raising money by gathering old friends and new for an afternoon of the ancient game. The money raised from the tournament allows CRIS to offer its service at no cost to people living in the community who are blind or unable to read due to learning, physical, intellectual, and emotional disabilities.
CRIS @ South Windsor Senior Center
Friends from NFB at Bristol Senior Center
Staff from CRIS Radio attend community health fairs to make sure people in the area know that CRIS is there for them and their neighbors. Often we meet old friends, engage future volunteers and find new partners. This wouldn't be possible without the support of the NCAAA.
CRIS RADIO RECEIVES FUNDING FROM THE NORTH CENTRAL AREA AGENCY ON AGINGHartford Courant, August 20, 2018
On July 25, 2018, CRIS Radio received a $10,000 grant award from the North Central Area Agency on Aging. Funding is made available through … Continue Reading ››