Join us as we celebrate our 100th anniversary! The Sight Center of Northwest Ohio has a distinguished history of service to people who are blind or visually impaired. Founded on November 1, 1923 as The Toledo Society for the Blind by members of the Lions Club, Toledo Rotary, the Community Chest, and the Chamber of Commerce, the organization has not strayed from its original commitment: that all who are blind or visually impaired should have the opportunity to live life with dignity and self-respect.
Supported since its founding by generous donors, tireless volunteers and dedicated staff, the organization has successfully navigated The Great Depression, World War II, societal changes and technological transformations to remain a strong voice, a trusted partner and a respected leader in service to the community.
All proceeds from 100 Years InSIght will help The Sight Center empower independence and enrich the lives of people who are blind or visually impaired.
100 Years InSight
The Sight Center's Centennial Celebration
Thursday, November 2, 2023
The Pinnacle- 1772 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee, Ohio
Table of 10- $400
Ticket Includes: Grazing stations, 2 drink tickets, live music played by Corey Pappas
Featuring: “Voices From the Past,” A Stroll Through the Decades Exhibit, Presentation of the Goerlich Award
Click the TICKET tab above to purchase tickets or call (419) 720-3937. Questions Contact Tim Tegge at info@SightCenterNWO.org or 419-720-3937 x3804.