Serving the blind and visually impaired of Cabell and Wayne counties of West Virginia for four decades

Important Update

We suffered a small, contained fire in the Activity Building. It was confined to the ceiling area over the kitchen and ladies bathroom. There is additional smoke and water damage throughout the building. The Fire Marshall has determined that it was a wiring issue in the ceiling. We will have more information later but this is all we know for now. We don't know how this will affect future events. That will be determined as soon as possible. We have made the hard decision to cancel the Valentine party on February 14th. Any other questions, please talk to Toni.
Toni Walls


CWAB® was organized on October 9, 1975 when the charter was filed with the state of West Virginia by Charles Harris of Huntington, the founder of CWAB®.

The preamble to the bylaws reads in part, “We, the blind of Cabell and Wayne Counties, bind ourselves to the cause of exploring, expanding and exploiting our abilities as free and equal citizens .

We are the blind speaking for ourselves, relying upon each other for the accomplishment of those goals defined for ourselves by ourselves.”


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