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➜ CCB Mysteries Chapter


Welcome

Hello and a very warm welcome to the home of the CCB Mysteries chapter! Where our mission is to ensure that the hopes and dreams of all Children count; especially for those children who live with a disability.

Our chapter will use the funds raised from the hosting of Improv and dinner mystery evenings along with donations to help make the hopes and dreams of children with disabilities be better than possible and our event evenings will give persons who are financially challenged lots of opportunities to laugh lots, learn about, and stretch their imaginations beyond the blue horizon.

We will use the funds we raise to do such things as send Children with disabilities to camps. To give Children with a disability a chance to experience technology. To help provide Children whose parents are financially unable with warm clothes and hot food.

So why not join us? We will show you how unique ways can be used to warm the hearts of all ages!

By helping folks to laugh and to have fun and by doing our part to fulfill the hopes and dreams of Children who are often forgotten because of their disability or financial circumstances!


Meet the CCB Mysteries Chapter

CCB Mysteries Chapter Logo. Red stage curtains are held open by gold tassels to reveal a dark stage. In the center of the stage sits the icon of a fountain pen with a single drop of blood coming from its tip. Below this are the words CCB Mysteries Chapter. Below this is the CCB (Canadian Council of the Blind) Logo. Welcome to my CCB Mysteries Chapter with a huge thanks to the Canadian Council of the Blind for helping to get me started. Our mission is to host and promote events that will stretch your imagination and stimulate your creative ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter Teams Up With Blind Tennis Toronto at February 8th 2020 Experience Expo Event

Released: 3/15/2020
Jerome Chan stands to the right of side by side table placards. On the left the CCB Mysteries Chapter placard. On the right the Blind Tennis Toronto placard. Expo in the background. On February 8th 2020 the CCB Mysteries chapter teamed up with Blind Tennis Toronto to host a table at the recently concluded Experience Expo event which was held in Toronto.This event is an annual day long event hosted ...
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The CCB Mysteries Chapter Presents Every Child Counts: A Fundraiser to Help Blind and Vision Impaired Children. November 13th 2019 at The North York Civic Centre (5:45 PM - 8:15 PM) Purchase Your Tickets Online Here

Released: 9/19/2019
Donna Jodhan in a suit. Sitting. Facing the camera. Come and enjoy an evening of fun, laughter, and great entertainment where we are sure that you will be kept on the edge of your seat throughout the evening. And in doing so join us in helping to ensure that blind and vision impaired kids can attend camps and other social events. A great way to kick off your holiday season! Come and enjoy! Give the ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter Event Held January 22, 2019 A Success

Released: 7/14/2019
Image. Large room full of diverse people stand together in groups smiling and talking. On January 22, 2019 the CCB Mysteries chapter kicked off the new year with its second improv evening and despite it being one of the coldest winter evenings, it was well attended. It was held at the CNIB Hub in Toronto ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter Event Held January 22, 2019 A Success

Released: 7/14/2019
Image. Large room full of diverse people stand together in groups smiling and talking. On January 22, 2019 the CCB Mysteries chapter kicked off the new year with its second improv evening and despite it being one of the coldest winter evenings, it was well attended. It was held at the CNIB Hub in Toronto ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter in Collaboration with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind Spring Event Held May 3rd 2019 a Huge Success!

Released: 5/7/2019
CCB Mysteries Chapter Logo. Red stage curtains are held open by gold tassels to reveal a dark stage. In the center of the stage sits the icon of a fountain pen with a single drop of blood coming from its tip. Below this are the words CCB Mysteries Chapter. Below this is the CCB (Canadian Council of the Blind) Logo. On May 3rd 2019, the CCB Mysteries Chapter in collaboration with the CNIB held its Spring event at the CNIB Hub. We could only describe this as a huge success! The turn out was better than expected and the ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter Hold Its 3rd Improv Evening
March 27, 2019

Released: 4/2/2019
Photo of a group of friends standing together, drinks and food in hand, laughing and discussing various topics of interest. On March 27, 2019 the CCB Mysteries Chapter held its 3rd Improv Evening and it could only be described as one where participants enjoyed themselves with lots of laughter and imagination. The evening was very spirited with ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter Presents A Lively Skit at the CCB Visionaries Lunch in Toronto
February 26th 2019

Released: 3/6/2019
From left to right: Donna Jodhan, Ken, Kamini. I can definitely tell you that there is no shortage of ingredients that you can use when it comes to sparking your imagination and creative juices with regard to the coming of Spring. Let's think of it like this; you are almost at the end ...
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Kick Off 2019 With The CCB Mysteries Chapter
January 22nd 2019

Released: 1/15/2019
CCB Mysteries Chapter Logo. Red stage curtains are held open by gold tassels to reveal a dark stage. In the center of the stage sits the icon of a fountain pen with a single drop of blood coming from its tip. Below this are the words CCB Mysteries Chapter. Below this is the CCB (Canadian Council of the Blind) Logo. WHAT: We at the CCB Mysteries chapter extend best wishes for happy and successful 2019 to everyone and we invite you to kick off 2019 with us! WHEN: Tuesday, January 22nd 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM WHERE: The CNIB ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter First Improv Evening A Success
November 28th 2018

Released: 1/15/2019
CCB Mysteries Chapter Logo. Red stage curtains are held open by gold tassels to reveal a dark stage. In the center of the stage sits the icon of a fountain pen with a single drop of blood coming from its tip. Below this are the words CCB Mysteries Chapter. Below this is the CCB (Canadian Council of the Blind) Logo. On November 28 2018, the CCB Mysteries Chapter held its very first Improv Evening and it was very well attended for a first time. The event started at around 6:00 PM at the CNIB's Hub in Toronto and ended at around 8:00 PM ...
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Author Donna Jodhan Shows Up As Mrs. Claus With Elfy and Reindeer at CCB Visionaries Chapter Toronto Luncheon
November 27th 2018

Released: 11/28/2018
A beautiful thought-provoking photograph looks out across a worn wooden table. In the distance, slightly blurred, is the silhouette of a Christmas Tree full of decorations and lights. On November 27th 2018 Author Donna Jodhan made a surprise appearance at the CCB Visionaries Chapter Luncheon in Toronto. Author Donna surprised the crowd when she showed up as Mrs. Claus along with ...
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CCB Mysteries Chapter Makes Its Debut at Expo 2018

Released: 2/19/2018
Photo of Donna Jodhan sitting at a table at the Expo 2018. On the table in front of her are fliers, cards, pamphlets, as well as a stand up sign announcing her Dinner Mystery Evenings. On February 3, 2018 the CCB Mysteries Chapter made its debut when it took its place alongside several other exhibit tables. Its coming out was a great success as several registrants stopped by during the day to ...
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➜ CCB Mysteries Newsletter Archive


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Disclaimer: All characters, plots, and story lines written by Author Donna Jodhan are entirely fictional, and are not intended to represent any known real life occurences. Author Donna Jodhan is Detective DJ and these references may be used interchangeably.
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