This is a ‘please save the date’ for our next meeting. More Details will come.
Our anticipated meeting place will be at Dover Park.
Topic: Eastern Region Leaders _ Chapter Reps, VPs, and Presidents (Members and Nonmembers) with Updates (Petition and Special Election)
Time: Jul 15, 2021 18:30 Eastern Time (US and Canada)
To get the zoom link, contact Usherla below or contact Feta via contact page at https://www.delawaredeaf.org/contact-us.
Our first time, 302 CLUB, hosts “DEAF CRABLIOUS ” and wants to come this event and fun there. This event place is at Bellevue State Park and nearby the I- 95. It has different activities places, good view and hiking.
DEAF CRABLIOUS provides:
Crabs, Chicken Wings, Whiting Fish, Collard Greens, Green Beans, Mix Vegetables, Mac Cheese, Salads, Corn on Cobs, Spanish Rice, Mashed Potato, Baked Beans and Watermelons
Ice Tea, Lemonade, Sodas, and Water Bottles
More information and RSVP link at https://www.evite.com/event/02153MOTQ556TY5SEEPL4M5AQSAGWM/rsvp.
Note: DAD would like to remind you all about Federal/State Park Access card that we can get to save money to go into parks (either 1/2 off or free depending on type). More details at https://store.usgs.gov/access-pass.
Bay Area Asian Deaf Association (BAADA),
Greater Washington Asian Deaf Association (GWADA),
Metro South Asian Deaf Association (MSADA),
National Asian Pacific Islander Deaf Coalition (NAPIDC),
Southern California Asian Deaf Association (SCADA)
Delaware School for the Deaf’s Class of 2021 only has two graduates, but that doesn’t make it any less special, School Leader Daphne Werner said.
“We have a very small but mighty graduating class,” Werner said.
The two graduates, Roberto Cuenca-Maldonado and Aden Yenchik, received their diplomas in a small, personalized ceremony in the school’s auditorium Thursday, which was preceded by a video of various school staffers discussing their favorite memories of the two students.
Cuenca-Maldonado, the school’s valedictorian, said he was in disbelief that his graduation, a day he’s been looking forward to for years, finally arrived.
“I feel like all the weight is off my shoulders. I feel free. I’m ready to go,” Cuenca-Maldonado said.
The University of Michigan Family Medicine Department has partnered with Partners in Deaf Health and Michigan Deaf Health to host a Deaf Health Talk entitled “Healthy Smiles: A Discussion on Oral Health” on Tuesday, June 22th, 8:00 pm-9:00 pm EDT. The event will be on Facebook Live. We are excited to have three presenters for the event: Joe Samona, Christopher Lehfeldt, and Michael Korleski. There will be a Q&A at the end of the hour moderated by Sarah Hein.
We would love to encourage you to share this talk with your respective communities. Thanks again and please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. Also, check out our new website and Instagram page! Please feel free to let us know if you need more information.
Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/15jgLAQtW
*RSVP not required, but will help save the event in your calendar
Zoom Link (registration no longer required): https://umich.zoom.us/j/
IRI (Independent Resource Inc) Monthly ASL Chats are cancelled and applies to all events listed at https://www.delawaredeaf.org/2021/02/24/iri-monthly-asl-chat-via-zoom. If you have any questions, please contact Alanna Smith at IRI at asmith at iri-de.org for questions, ideas, or feedback.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Jun 10, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
A few rules:
Details and Sign Up
Date: July 22nd, 2021
Time: 11:30am – 2:30pm
Where: Delaware Seashore State Park, Indian River Inlet, North-Side. 39183 Inlet Rd., Rehoboth Beach DE 19971
Special note: This event is free, however there is a $10 parking fee. Please arrive at least an hour early for parking (it is limited) and set-up.
All friends and family members of the participants are encouraged to come hang-out, socialize, and enjoy the fun of surfing. Bring your favorite beach supplies and make a day of it! Surf lessons for beginners are FREE, however participants MUST sign up prior to the event (register by clicking the button below). Boards, surf instructors, and ASL interpreters are provided for this event. This is an all-inclusive event designed for all types of hearing loss. If you don’t sign – no worries! Please bring a towel, sunscreen, a rash-guard shirt if you prefer to wear one, hydration, and a snack. Feel free to invite others to hang-out on the beach and cheer you on! We look forward to connecting and spreading the stoke!
You can contact Laurel through this website and number at the bottom of the page.
You can also reach out to Jane, who is fluent in American Sign Language and has a videophone. Her videophone number
is 410-202-0208 and email email@example.com.
Registration and details at https://www.theoceanismyguru.com/deaf-surf-day.html.
Camp discovery is focused on serving children who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Kids of Deaf Adults, or signing but all are welcome, ASL will be the preferred means of communication.
Open to any gender ages 4 to 12 years.
More details at https://sites.google.com/gallaudet.edu/camp-discovery/home.