On Saturday, September 20, the Cleveland Sight Center (CSC) turned back time to 1930's Vintage Cleveland for Spellbound 2014.
The special annual fundraiser featured dinner, dancing and entertainment.
Guests stepped into Swing and Jitterbug in the art-deco splendor of the Silver Grille in the Higbee Building.
All proceeds from Spellbound 2014 will benefit CSC's programs and services.
With two hours left of the event, the fundraising effort had already gotten to $200,000.
The Cleveland Sight Center has been serving Ohioans who are blind or have low
vision since 1906. Each year Cleveland Sight Center (CSC) serves thousands
of clients across the state. CSC is a life-long partner to clients, offering services for every age group, from infants to senior citizens.
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CSC offers programs that educate, empower and employ those who are blind or have low vision so that clients may reach their full potential as citizens.
CSC employment initiatives have been recognized as a national best practice in workforce training for the visually impaired population.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
6:00 - 11:30 p.m.
WHERE: Silver Grille at the Higbee Building
100 Public Square, 10th Floor