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Austin Deaf Crusade – Free Event

Austin Deaf Crusade – Free Event

DATE: Friday and Saturday, October 23 and 24, 2009
TIME: Friday 6-9 PM and Saturday 9 AM-6 PM

ADDRESS:
Monarch Event Center
6406 N. I-35 Hwy, Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752

WEBSITE: http://austindeafcrusade.weebly.com

A special non-denominational meeting to learn about more about God will be
happening in Austin, Texas in just a few weeks. Many churches in central
Texas are working together to sponsor the Austin Deaf Crusade called “Jesus
is Mine 2009”.

This whole event is FREE. It will be in ASL as the first language, with
voice interpreters for non-signing English speakers. Other special needs
can be met upon request.

Everything will be held at the Monarch Event Center, 6406 N. I-35, Suite
3100, in Austin, Texas (near I-35 and the 2222, on the east side of Highland
Mall).

Three different awesome speakers are coming from out of town for this huge
event – more than 250 D/deaf and hard-of-hearing persons are expected to
come. Already more than 100 people from all over the state of Texas have
signed up. John Graham (Deaf) from Canada will be the main speaker for the
adults. Nathan Fylstra (Deaf) from Oklahoma will be the main speaker for
youth ages 12-21. Miss Vonda (Hearing) from North Texas will be the main
speaker for children ages 5-12.

In addition to the speakers, there will be music (ASL style), exhibit
booths, the opportunity for you to get a free lunch, “moonwalks” bounce for
kids, youth activities, chatting, and more surprises! Bring the whole
family! Tell your friends!

The doors open on Friday night at 6 PM with the first meetings at 7 PM for
adults, youth, and kids. It continues all day on Saturday with doors
opening at 9:00 AM; 10:00 AM meetings for adults, youth, and kids; free
lunch for ticketed people; afternoon fun and games for everyone; and the
final meetings at 4:00 PM for adults, youth, and kids. Also childcare for
pre-school children ages 0-4 will be there during each of the 3 meeting
times.

See the crusade website for info about the full schedule, local hotels,
speakers bios, maps and bus routes, a video invitation in ASL, free
registration page, and much more.

Sign up! Register online today! It is all FREE! Registering will help us
get a headcount of how many kids and youth are coming, and how many lunches
to provide on Saturday.

DON’T MISS IT! You will LOVE this wonderful Austin Deaf Crusade!

Volunteers for this big event are still welcomed and appreciated! For more
information about volunteer positions, contact the email address below.

CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]

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