Please join us for an evening featuring beautiful and original works of art by our CWTC consumers, Thursday, November 3, 2022, at the Betty Jayne Brimmer Center in Peoria Heights. CWTC’s art program gives our consumers the ability to create and express themselves through different mediums of art and gives them the opportunity to partner with several community artists and businesses. Admission includes the silent auction with light hors d’oeuvres with a cash bar. A meet and greet with our artists, photo ops, and a collaborative art project will also be featured. Proceeds benefit the artist and the Inspiring Abilities art program. Get your tickets HERE!
CWTC presented its annual “Pathway Awards Dinner,” Tuesday, August 2, 2022, at the Louisville Slugger Sports Complex in Peoria. The venue this year, presented an opportunity to celebrate our consumers “swinging for the fences” with an added baseball theme. Our attendees wore their favorite baseball team apparel or team colors as we honored our consumer all-stars who made extraordinary achievements this year.
CWTC also honored our community partners who have supported us throughout the year.
This year’s awards and winners:
Advocacy Award – CityLink
Ralph B. Fairchild Volunteer Award – Wayne Tessier
Business Partnership Award – Glen Oak Christian Church
Employer of the Year – i3 Broadband
Community Partner – Adult and Teen Challenge
Champion of the Mission Award – Camilla Pietreniak and LaToya Ashley
CWTC provides programs and services to adults with disabilities, enriching their quality of life, promoting social change, and optimizing their potential for independence.
More pictures coming soon!
CWTC has updated their search for individuals with a desire to make a difference. We have added Job Support Specialist to the list of positions available, as well those in Residential Support, Employment Services, Contract Packaging and more. We are looking for dedicated and hard-working employees if you are reliable, patient, empathetic and wear a smile, check out the opportunities available now HERE. You can apply directly online.
While public transportation no longer requires masks while riding, masks are still required at CWTC until further notice. We appreciate your support.
It was another great night at the CWTC Super Trivia Challenge, Friday, April 1st at the Par-A-Dice Hotel & Casino in East Peoria. Thank you to everyone who came out and made it a very special evening, We appreciate your support of CWTC and adults with disabilities!
Check out some of the folks who joined us! There’s more to come!
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!