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Dallas Deaf Club & SWSAD Event Schedule 2015

Dallas Deaf Club & SWSAD Event Schedule 2015

Dallas Association of the Deaf (DAD) is proud to host the 48th Men’s and 41st Women’s Annual Regional Slo-Pitch Softball Tournament under the banner of Southwest Softball Association of the Deaf (SWSAD) which will be held in Dallas on July 9-11, 2015.

The games will be played at the Kiest Park and Recreation in Oak Cliff, 2200 W. Kiest Blvd., Dallas, Texas 75398.

Let be known that SWSAD has created the mixed teams for the first time this year. Nine teams have registered to enter the COED competition.

9 men teams and 4 women teams from several towns and states have registered to participate in the SWSAD Round Robin Tournament. The championship games will be on Saturday, July 11.

During the weekend of tournament, the DAD Club will be open to members, fans, players, visitors, and SWSAD officers each night from July 9-11 (Thursday-Saturday nights) for socials.


1 P.M. — SWSAD Executive Board meeting
5 P.M. — Selling sausage/bratwurst

DAD will stay open until 2 A.M. for social and poker game.

Friday: 7 P.M. — Social/Poker game
Saturday: 7 P.M. — SWSAD Awards/Social/Poker Game

Admission will be $5.00 per person. You will receive a wrist band at admission to keep so if you return to DAD any of the following evenings of the tournament, admission will only be $2.00 for those who are wearing their wrist bands.

We encourage you all to attend the tournament to root for your favorite team. SWSAD has proven their organization holds, outstanding sporting events for deaf and hard-of-hearing athletes. These events are so important to the youth in our community, in developing and continuing their sporting and competitive spirit.

Jesse Carrizales is Chairman of the tournament this year. He and his volunteers have worked very hard in preparing this year’s tournament to make it the best and most successful tournament. Deaf eyes are watching Dallas.

We need a big attendance at the tournament, and at DAD, to show everyone how strong the Deaf community is in the DFW area. Our community depends on your support.

DON’T FORGET…DAD will be open at nights during the weekend of the SWSAD tournament on July 9-11.

Submit by Herbert Picou
Email: [email protected]

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