Working together, we seek to gain equality, opportunity, and independence for every legally blind citizen, not only in employment, but also in the right to participate fully in all aspects of our community.

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Promoting opportunity, equality, and independence for legally blind people.

WCB Convention deadline for registration to attend the November 3rd-5th Convention is October 15th.

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Camp Abilities - Camp abilities is looking for volunteers for Saturday, Oct. 1st and Sunday, Oct. 2nd sports camp for visually impaired children held at St. Martins University campus. If interested, please contact Keith Edgerton at (360) 915-2223 or e-mail





New Members - Check out our calendar page for our upcoming schedule and come join us.






To arrange for accessible voting in Thurston County, e-mail:


You can also visit the Thurston County website at for more information.



Check out our YouTube video at the top of this home page, or click on:

Capital City Council of the Blind YouTube Video


  Thank you Berl and Denise for a great job with this! 






New Chapter Positions coming up this November are for President and Treasurer. Please contact Denise at (360) 438-5783 if your are interested in running for either of these positions.