William (Bill) Skinner previously spent his work hours in the oil field. He had held multiple positions from Safety-man to Driller. He later joined the Beacon Lighthouse family in August 2017.
Christopher (Chris) Davis is a retired military veteran. He served for fifteen years as part of the Military Police. As a specialist in dog training, he would accompany the bomb sniffing dogs as they would secure danger zones throughout the world.
Monday, July 1, 2019
Take a Quick Tour of Beacon Lighthouse for the Blind
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
2019 Annual Award Banquet
What a Successful Event!
Thank You to ALL of Our Sponsors
You made the 24rd Annual Carolyn Stouard Memorial Beacon Lighthouse for the Blind Golf Tournament an exceptional success!
We will see you next year on Friday September 11, 2020 for the 25th Annual Gold Tournament!
HOW WE HELP: ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Low vision technology helps the legally blind to see. It is a unique, wearable medical device that captures what the wearer is viewing and processes it.
While the process is complex, it is gratifying when joy radiates from someone experiencing sight.
These glasses are quite expensive, but they are just one of the solutions we offer our vision impaired individuals.