It’s the night you’ve been waiting for! The “CWTC Super Trivia Challenge,” is Friday night, January 21st at the Par-A-Dice Hotel and Casino in East Peoria. Doors will open at 6PM and Trivia starts at 7PM. SEATING IS VERY LIMITED!

Get all the details HERE!

The CWTC 2nd Annual Glow Ball Event was held Friday night, October 22nd at WeaverRidge Golf Club in Peoria. The event, sponsored by iT360, was as exhilarating as hitting a hole-in-one. Foursomes braved the darkness and  played 9 holes with glow-in-the-dark golf balls, illuminated greens, pins and hazards! As you can tell by the pictures, everyone had a great time. Thank you for supporting adults with disabilities!

CWTC continues to look for individuals with a desire to make a difference. Our employment opportunities are as varied as the consumers we serve. Each position at CWTC requires unique individuals possessing tenacity, patience, empathy, education and a smile. Check out what opportunities are available now HERE. You can apply directly online. You will be rewarded every day, no matter what your position, knowing you are making a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities.

In October, we wear pink in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds raised will be donated to Susan G. Komen.

 

Our annual “CWTC Pathway Awards Dinner,” was held Tuesday, September 14th at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center in East Peoria. The comfortable and casual evening celebrate the accomplishments of adults with disabilities and in recognition of the community we have served for over 61 years. Thank you for supporting adults with disabilities!

In 2020, we enjoyed a modified Thanksgiving Luncheon, and
presented a few achievement awards that we would normally present
at our annual dinner in September.

At the end of the presentations, the staff from Caterpillar Morton
presented CWTC with a very cool bench, commemorating our 60th
anniversary. The entire bench was made from Caterpillar parts!

 

CWTC continued our 60th Anniversary celebration giving back to the community by “Painting A Plow” earlier today in the CWTC parking lot.

The city of Peoria Public Works Paint a Plow program allows Peoria organizations to paint a Peoria Public Works snowplow blade with messages of winter, snow and ice safety, City or community pride or patriotism. ​CWTC Inspiring Artist program consumers Shanika and Jeff painted the metal canvas, in collaboration with the Peoria Art Guild and Jody Tockes from the Hive providing oversight and instruction. The project was made possible through the Peoria Art Guild’s Community Arts Grant.

The blades will be mounted to a plow truck and used to fight snow and winter weather. Look for ours, hopefully, not too soon!

The IDHS (Division of Rehabilitation Services) has produced a 12-minute video which discusses choices related to employment outcomes.  Individuals served by CWTC who are involved in CWTC contract work are encouraged to view this video HERE!

CWTC is proudly celebrating 60 years of service to people with disabilities.
Here’s a look at how we’re telling Central Illinois!

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Community, Working Together

Lots Going On

Celebrating Our Future