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Dallas Deaf Club: CINGO 10/17/15

Dallas Deaf Club: CINGO 10/17/15

Watch President Stephanie Clement’s Announcement:

https://youtu.be/xemu_h3osns

Event!!!
CINGO Night. The door will open at 6:30 and Chili plate will be sold.  About 8 p.m. we will show the assessment of Membership on the sideshow.  You shall know how DAD earned and spent in the year of 2014 which is very important. CINGO game will start afterward the sideshow ends.  To play CINGO – $10.00. Not to play it – $2.00 for members. $5.00 for visitors (watch President’video above). Date: October 17, 2015
Come and play, you may win $$$. Any hearing student who takes an ASL, Deaf culture, or Interpreting class will be welcome at DAD for college credit.

UPDATE!!!
Please click “Events“. You will see the events every week. Another menu, please click “About Us“, you will read DAD Bylaw and Flowchart in the bottom of the page. Both files are under Microsoft Office.  For example, you open Google Chrome and click those menus.  They will drop to the bottom and click on it.

REMINDING!!!

  • Please enter your email address on the right side “Email Address” box and click “Subscribe” button.  So you will receive DAD news after DAD team publicize.
  • Dallas Association of the Deaf (DAD) is pleased to announce their website has been updated to a new and better version. DAD’s staff has worked hard updating the website and they have done a wonderful job.
    The new website makes it much easier to browse all the activities and update happening at DAD, and the Deaf Community. Go the website and sign up as a subscriber, and DAD will send you an email to keep you informed of any events, news, blogs, and announcements from the Dallas Association of the Deaf.
    Please visit DAD’s website http://www.dallasdeafclub.org today to stay involved in all the happening going on in our Deaf Community, and to keep our Deaf Community going strong!
    When you enter the website, you will see the right column for information you could click for you to enter your email address to subscribe to our events and newsletters, and receive notifications of new posts by email. I have reviewed the DAD’s website which I think is very interesting. This way is to keep our scheduled events and activities being posted in advance.
    I encourage you to visit our excellent DAD’s website to view the details.
    Written by Lifetime Member Herb Picou.
  • SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Vendors. Dallas Association of the Deaf (DAD) has proclaimed November 7, 2015 “VENDOR DAY”. An opportunity for deaf and hard-of-hearing vendors to come sell your wares at DAD.
    DAD is pleased to offer vendors the opportunity use DAD’s facility to sell their arts and crafts, and wares. This is the first time DAD has sponsored a Flea Market for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing vendors. DAD wishes to help boost the economy in our Deaf community. WHEN: November 7, 2015, TIME: 10:30 A.M. — 2:00 P.M., LOCATION: 4215 Maple Ave., Dallas, Texas 75219
    DAD will set up a booth for you at the cost of $20.00 (two chairs included). If electricity is needed for your booth, there will be an additional $5.00 charge.
    If you wish to have a booth or question, please email to either Stephanie Clement ([email protected]) or Jolene Velez ([email protected]) or call DAD’s V-P (460) 522-2911.
    Please make checks or money orders payable to DAD. There will be a form for you to fill out with the information about your business. Deadline for renting a booth is October 24, 2015.
    DAD is asking all of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing in our community to come out to DAD on November 7, to help make our first ever market a success. Please spread the word to all your friends. Any hearing student who takes an ASL, Deaf culture, or Interpreting class will be welcome at DAD for college credit. Written by Lifetime Member Herb Picou.

DAD is a place to come and enjoy a friendly and pleasant atmosphere & environment.

Try to be there early for a better parking space for your vehicle. There is a steel fence around the parking lot to protect your vehicle. If the parking lot is full, you can park your vehicle the church across the street from DAD.

Have a good day!
DAD Team

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