Join Caring Cubs on Saturday, March 7 at 10:00am at the Cleveland Sight Center for a fun filled day of giving back!
Our cubs and their families will be putting together craft kits for the Cleveland Sight Center to use at Parade the Circle as well as other educational kits. Putting the kits together will involve cutting, punching holes, tying string onto hanging name-tags and putting craft pieces into kits – this is an activity that all family members can enjoy and do together!
In addition to completing projects for the Cleveland Sight Center, there will also be an educational component to this event. Caring Cubs will learn about how someone who is blind completes everyday tasks and meet a guide dog. The educational portion has been a highlight of this experience in past years!
The Cleveland Sight Center has been helping the blind or visually impaired in our community since 1906. They provide a wide array of rehabilitation services for clients of any age as opposed to many American cities in which several local agencies offer limited services to selected age groups. Since 1926, the Cleveland Sight Center has also included Highbrook Lodge, a forested enclave east of Cleveland, one of three camps in America specially designed for persons with functional vision impairments. We are fortunate to have the Cleveland Sight Center in our community!
Caring Cubs is excited to volunteer for the Cleveland Sight Center – and we hope to see you there!
Due to a wonderfully overwhelming response, we have reached capacity and registration is now closed.
We hope to see you at a future Caring Cubs event!