CWTC presented the “Inspiring Abilities Art Show,” Wednesday, May 8th at the Peoria Art Guild in Peoria. The evening showcased the many talents of our CWTC consumers through their paintings and pottery. Pieces were on display and sold in a silent auction with proceeds benefiting the artist and the program. The evening also featured music from Sarah & the Underground, as well as painting and pottery mini-sessions, where attendees learned different techniques from Jody Tockes of the Hive and Jacob Grant of Wheel Art Pottery in Peoria.
CWTC is proud to announce their annual “CWTC Bowl-A-Thon” fundraiser at Landmark Recreation Center in Peoria. Their premier spring event is scheduled for Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 9:00AM to 12:00PM and entries are now being accepted.
Individual and groups are welcome to play. Individual registration is $20 and includes three games and shoes. There will be raffles and fun activities. All money raised goes directly to programs and direct services for CWTC consumers.
Registration forms can be picked up at CWTC, 3215 N. University Street, Peoria, IL 61604. Forms can also be downloaded HERE!
For more information contact Mona Robinson at 686-3300.
It was another great night at the CWTC Super Trivia Challenge, Friday, January 18, 2019 at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center in East Peoria. Thank you to everyone who came out and made it a very special evening, Thank you for your support of CWTC and adults with disabilities! Everyone seem to have a great time!
CWTC is proud to announce our annual “Super Trivia Challenge” is Friday, January 18, 2019.
This year, the event moves to the Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center in East Peoria. Doors open at 6:00PM and the trivia begins at 7.
Sorry…Registration is closed! Hope to see you next year!
For more information, contact Carla Jockisch at 686-3300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
October is also National Disability Employment Awareness Month, an opportunity to educate about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. CWTC Executive Director Patti Gratton along with Bill Adams, Employment Services Manager, and Rick Stephenson, Communications/PR Coordinator paid a visit to Steve Tarter of the Peoria Journal Star to talk about CWTC’s programs and services on Steve’s weekly podcast. You can hear it here!
CWTC held our 2nd Annual Make A Scarecrow – Make A Difference event, Saturday September 29th, in the CWTC parking lot at 3215 N. University Street in Peoria next to Walmart. Thank you for coming out and supporting adults with disabilities!
It was fun for the whole family. Check out the memories below!
Community Workshop Training Center, Inc. presented their annual “CWTC Pathway Awards Dinner & Auction” Tuesday evening, September 11, 2018, at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in East Peoria. The theme was “Sports and Teamwork,” with everyone dressing in their favorite sports attire. The evening festivities paid tribute to the many people who have helped CWTC and have contributed in extraordinary ways. New this year was a live auction, featuring online and in-person bidding. Tom Moran gave a moving tribute about his brother Tim, and our consumers walked away with very well-deserved accolades and smiles. It was a great night for everyone and you can catch some of the highlights HERE!
Several distinguished guests visited today to take a tour of our facility and learn more about CWTC. Pictured are (L-R): Tom Hammerton, President of OSF Healthcare Foundation; Paula Keyes, President CWTC Foundation; Patti Gratton, CWTC Executive Director; and Bob Sehring, CEO, OSF Healthcare.
The first Inspiring Art Abilities Art Show was held at The Waterhouse in Peoria on Friday, March 11th. Our many talented artists produced stunning artwork. We appreciate you coming out to support their gifts with your donations and time. Thanks to the Metamora High School Jazz Ensemble for providing our wonderful music for the evening. A BIG thank you to Jody Tockes and the Hive for your patience, support and inspiration and providing our artists a true “Happy place” to create and explore. Also, thank you to the Community Foundation of Central Illinois for supporting this program through grant dollars.