This is the 25th year that CRIS will be raising money by gathering old friends and new for an afternoon of the ancient game.
Your participation 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.
When: Thursday, Sept 22, 2022 Shotgun start – 11 a.m.
Where: Tunxis Country Club
For more information, to become a sponsor or to register to play, please click HERE.
The 24th 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 Radio has received the coveted Guidestar Platinum Seal of Transparency, adding to your confidence that your contributions are used toward the mission of CRIS. You can check out the CRIS profile on Guidestar here.
The state has created a webpage with a list of resources (agencies, technologies and services) to help people with disabilities address some of the challenges that the coronavirus is presenting.
The page may be found by clicking HERE.
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