Message from DAD President – March 2011

Message from DAD President – March 2011

 
Hello to all members and friends of DAD
 
The weather has warm up a bit after a long cold temperature we had.  I sure am looking forward to spring.
 
It seems that every time I come into the clubhouse I noticed something new inside.  This time, the bar area got some new paint done, very nice color.  Please come and check it out when visit DAD.  I want to say many thanks to Judy Hagen for her time of painting.
 
Again I would like to see if any of you took some pictures during our Halloween Party, Thanksgiving Feast, CINGO, Christmas Dinner and New Year Eve, please come and see me. I will have someone to help download the pictures from your camera and/or pager. I will appreciate it a lot.
 
Please allow me to introduce Robin Matteo, she is elected as our DAD Secretary. Welcome and congratulation Robin!
 
Following events for this Month are:
 
Friday, March 4, 2011 
– Prime Time Sign Time 8:00 pm. Ray Seal will be the host.
 
Saturday, March 5, 2011
– DPP 1 pm to 6pm, contact person is Anthony Jones, his email address is [email protected] 
– T-Mobile Representative Melissa Swerik, 7 pm.  Come and see what she has to share with us!
– Happy Green Day – 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm – Wear GREEN. It will be fun
 
Saturday March 12, 2011
– Blind-Deaf-Orphan hosting the party. 
7 pm to 2 am. Great Food!
 
Saturday March 19, 2011
– CINGO game 8:30 pm. Come all, play and have some fun!
 
Saturday March 26, 2011
– General Member Meeting 7:30 pm
 
For any of you who are having a Birthday this month, DAD wishes you all a “Happy Birthday and Happy St. Patrick Day”!
 
I would like to remind you to always check out DAD’s website, http://www.dallasdeafclub.org for updated information about any of our upcoming events and social nights.
 
Also if you desire to use the DAD’s meeting hall for your meeting and/or parties, please contact me either in person or via email, [email protected]
 
DADingly yours,
Donna Lide 
President

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