Capitol City Council of the Blind
Capitol City Council of the Blind is an organization dedicated to improving the social and economic welfare of visually impaired and blind residents in Jefferson City and the surrounding area. Capitol City Council of the Blind strives to improve specialized services promoting independence as well as creating accessible social opportunities for the blind and visually impaired community.
As an affiliate of Missouri Council of the Blind and a member of the American Council of the Blind our members receive monthly and quarterly newsletters and opportunities to attend informative meetings and annual conventions.
We invite residents and members of the business community who are interested in improving the lives in the Jefferson City area to please join our efforts. Membership is open to all. Come meet with us and find out how you can join our campaign to improve the lives of the blind and visually impaired citizens in your community.
Contact the Capitol City Council of the Blind
- President - Ron Pharris
Tiger Talk :: December 2014
The tigers are on the prowl! Four of us made it all the way to Springfield in a rented van for the state convention paid for by the affiliate. The group voted to distribute two stipends as well to help members attend. We welcomed Jennifer and Dan Kent to our team and organized a milk bucket theme contribution to the silent auction held at the convention. Of course, it was a chocolate milk pail. We will begin working on our annual Christmas party soon and making fundraising plans so we can do more great things next year.