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CSCDHH GA Newsletter - February 1998 Issue

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Community Service Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
1609 19th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98122-2848
(206) 322-4996 V/TTY
(206) 720-3251 FAX
Email: cscdhh@cscdhh.org
Interpreter Referral Service (206) 322-5551 V/TTY

CSCDHH GA
February 1998 - Vol. 17, No. 2

Sign Language Interpreters Now Available For Justice Emergencies

King County Executive Ron Sims and Seattle Mayor Paul Schell announced that for the first time, American Sign Language interpreters are now available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for people involved in police encounters or investigations, those using the court system, and individuals in other urgent situations using government services.

The first-ever Emergency Sign Language Interpreter Program (Eslip) for King County and City Of Seattle started on January 1, 1998 and is jointly funded by King County And City Of Seattle. CSCDHH will coordinate the Emergency Program for Seattle And King County. Paul Bert, CSCDHH Interpreter Referral Service Manager says "We are very proud that the City and County has confidence in us and has chosen the Interpreter Referral Service to provide this important service." Rob Roth, CSCDHH Executive Director, says that "This is another example of how CSCDHH serves the entire community in providing critical services that allow each deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing person to live fully independent lives. we thank the City and County for recognizing this important need."

The ESLIP service will improve communication between government service providers and deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing individuals in a broad range of situations. The program will serve both victims and alleged offenders and will aid communication in bookings, jail arraignments, issuance of protection orders, police interviews, court hearings, and mental health commitment hearings.

King County and Seattle have worked for several years to cooperatively establish this program. in the development of the program, city and county disability staff worked closely with individuals in the deaf, deaf-blind, and hard of hearing communities in order to understand and meet their diverse communication needs. The County and City look forward to an on-going partnership, working with members of the deaf, deaf-blind, and hard of hearing communities, to ensure everyone in the county and city has access to critical programs and services.

For more information on the Emergency Sign Language Interpreter Program (ESLIP), please contact Della Shaffer, King County ADA Coordinator at King County Office of Civil Rights Enforcement, (206) 296-7705 (V) Or (206) 296-7596 (TTY) Or Paul Bert at CSCDHH at (206) 322-5551 (V/TTY).

CSCDHH Upcoming Events

February 7th

Bingo Night

Auburn Performing Arts Center

6 To 10pm

February 21st

Silent Games

CSCDHH

7 To 10pm

March 7th

Silent Games South

Auburn High School

Performing Arts Center

7 To 10 Pm

March 21st

Silent Games

CSCDHH

7 To 10 Pm

Notice:

February 16th

CSCDHH closes for President's Day

KODA Corner
Holly Parker Jensen

On behalf of the Kids Of Deaf Adults organization, we wish you a Happy Valentine's Day! On February 23rd, we will host a Hawaiian Swimming Party to help bring some cheers and sunshine into your lives during such a dreary month with all the rain and cold. For More Information, Please see enclosed flyer.

The family is often seen as responsible for the development of the self in the social world. The purpose of KODA organization is to help our deaf parented families understand and appreciate how the roles of children and parents differ between hearing and deaf cultures and say it is okay to be different from the mainstream of the American society.

Among many Deaf people, American Sign Language remains an important symbol of their cultural identity. Among their hearing children, the use and maintenance of ASL varies. Regardless of their personal history of using sign language, many children of Deaf adults express strong loyalty and support for sign language.

Depending on many variables, Grosjean (1982) describes four types of bilinguals: those who align with one side, with the other, with both, or with neither. From language use to cultural affiliation, each represent a certain facet of the experience of being a hearing child of Deaf parents:

· For those who identify themselves as more deaf than hearing: "If any person really wanted to know what I was saying and not hear it but see it, this is the language to go to. That's how you get to know me." · For those who stress that they are hearing: "Sure I sign. But I'm hearing. I have a hearing wife, hearing kids, hearing friends. I live in a hearing world."

· For those who straddle both worlds: "Oh, it took me a while, but I finally figured out how to do it. [Do what?] Oh, you know, that English and sign are different. I just learned to use them at different times." · For those who feel lost between these two worlds: "It's like me telling you about a song you never heard before. I can try all sorts of ways, but until you hear it, you can never really know what it's like. Not really. [Shakes his head and signs 'Can't']. (Paul Preston, Mother Father Deaf, P.140)

We teach our deaf parents to be more affirming towards their hearing children to be bilingual and bicultural by focusing primarily on their development of independence, individualism and self-validation as opposed to oppressive co-dependency, embarrassment and lack of recognition. By using and taking pride in American Sign Language, it will serve as an unifying force between the children and their Deaf parents. American Sign Language will serve as one of the key contributors to our KODA children's sense of self and of their cultural affiliation.

 

Letter From The Director
Rob Roth

Happy Valentine's Day To Our Volunteers

This month I want to take the opportunity to thank the volunteers who have worked hard and tirelessly for CSCDHH in 1997.

· To Carla Mcalister and Genesis Adams for coming in week after week to assist with the Information & Referral program.

· To Judy Seid and Jean Healy for their help in contacting SSPs (Special Service Providers) for Deaf-Blind persons wanting to attend our various workshops, fundraisers and other events.

· To Mildred Johnson for making the Northwest Library On Deafness And Deaf Culture the comfortable and valuable resource center that it is.

· To John Plecher for his patience and hours of work helping us to improve our computer system.

· To Laura Petersen, Shawn Broderick, John Rae Grant and The Art Of Work for their evaluation and support of CSCDHH; they don't realize how much their work has helped us.

· To Laurette Lajoie, for her assistance in trying to establish a deaf seniors program.

· To Branden Huxtable for his patience and willingness to edit the GA newsletter, even when he is out of town on a business trip.

· To James Sharer for the new look of the GA Newsletter and his wonderful layouts; and to Jennifer Hummel for her great ga logo and masthead design that provided the basis for the new look.

· To the many volunteers who came in to help fold and mail the GA Newsletter.

· To Deaf Connection, Chris Opie And The Santa's Breakfast team for their wonderful Santa's Breakfast, complete with a signing Santa and gifts for deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing children.

· To Sheli Barber, Anne Baldwin (also a Board Of Trustee member Of CSCDHH) and Seattle Mental Health for their collaboration in creating the Deaf Youth Program; a huge part of its success is due to you.

· To the many volunteers for the Deaf Youth Program for their help in making this project more successful than we expected.

· To the Interpreter Community for their patience and support as we made significant changes to the Interpreter Referral Service.

· To the interpreters take on the 24-hour hospital pager service so that we have interpreters when we need them in an emergency.

· To Della Shaffer, King County, and The City Of Seattle in making the new 24-hour emergency police and justice pager system a reality.

· To Board of Trustees Members Jan Beechinor And John Macwilliams for their willingness to manage the CSCDHH fundraising efforts, raising thousands of important dollars for CSCDHH programs.

· To Board of Trustees Members Cindy Johns, Tom Brown and Mike Richardson for their hard work in managing Silent Games evenings at CSCDHH and in Auburn.

· To departing Board of Trustees members Bob Arnold, Jan Beechinor, Jeni Burton, Bill Graham, Sandy Green, Bob Lichtenberg, Debbie Lindsay, Leila Petersen and John Plecher for their service to CSCDHH.

· To the 1998 Executive Committee and Board of Trustees for their willingness to roll up their sleeves and work to make CSCDHH better than ever.

· To all those that donated money to CSCDHH; you will be honored in our soon-to-come annual report.

· To the Office of Deaf and Hard Of Hearing Services, United Way and the Seattle Department of Health and Human Services for their support and funding of CSCDHH.

And, last, but not least, to the entire community that we serve, deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing and hearing family and friends, for their continuing support of CSCDHH. Happy Valentine's Day!

What's Happening and About Town
About Town

Interpreted Events

Monday February 2nd

Seattle Arts And Lectures presents an evening with four young storytellers, Sherman Alexie, Gish Jen, Cristina Garcia And David Foster Wallace. The lectures will be held 7:30pm at the 5th Avenue Theatre. Reserve ASL interpreters two weeks in advance. For more information, call (206) 621-2230.

Thursday, February 5th

The Group Theatre presents Never Whistle While You're Pissing, a world premiere production by award-winning playwright, Carlos Murillo. A satirical thriller finds a young man competing against fate in an attempt to solve the mystery that threatens to unravel his family. ASL interpreted. 7:30 P.M. At Center House, Lower Level, East Entrance, The Seattle Center. For more information, call (206) 441-1299 (V).

Friday February 6th

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center presents Ending Sexual Violence: Adolescents Making Social Change. ASL interpreted upon request. Cost is $150. Some scholarships available. Renton. For more information, call (425) 226-5062 (V/TTY).

Saturday, February 7th

The City Of Lynnwood Arts Commission is pleased to announced a performance of If The Shoe Fits. Cinderella...the step-sisters' version. Complete with comedy-opera numbers and audience participation. This free performance is part of the City Of Lynnwood's Saturday Matinee Series for 5-11 year olds and their accompanying adults. ASL interpreted. 1:30 pm at Mountlake Terrace High School, 21801 - 44th Avenue West. For more information, call (425) 771-4030 (V).

Thursday February 12th To Friday February 13th

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center Presents Acquaintances? Friends? Partners? Discovering Relationship Values And Building Skills: A discussion group model for guys. ASL interpreted upon request. Cost is $150. Some scholarships available. Renton. For more information, call (425) 226-5062 (V/TTY).

Sunday February 22nd

You are invited to attend a graduation for Take Charge, a community based organization that offers self defense training for women. 1:30 To 3:00pm. ASL interpreted. We hope to be able to offer an interpreted series of self defense classes next spring if there is interest. Please RSVP to Marta at (206) 633-3707 (V/Tty).

Monday February 23rd To Tuesday February 24th

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center Presents Chemical Dependency And Sexual Assault: What's The Connection? ASL interpreted upon request. Cost Is $150. Some scholarships available. Renton. For more information, call (425) 226-5062 (V/TTY).

Wednesday March 4th

Seattle Children's Theatre presents Pink And Say. School Matinee. During the Civil War, a Black Union soldier and an injured White Union Soldier are thrown together. Charlotte Martin Theatre. ASL Interpreted. For more information, call (206) 441-3322 (V/TTY).

Friday March 6th To Saturday March 7th

Building Bridges, Creating Success For All Students. The 6th Annual Education Conference will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This conference will bring together general and special educators, administrators, family members, related services personnel, paraprofessionals, and others to discuss best practices in education of children and youth with a variety of abilities across the educational spectrum. For more information, call Rorie Lackey at (702) 784-4921 Ext. 2354 (V), (800) 216-7988 (V), or (702) 784-4997 (Fax), e-mail roryl@unr.edu, or mail to UNR, REPC #285, Reno NV 89557.

Friday, March 6th To Sunday, March 8th

Cal-Ed/Impact Conference, Seeing Eye To Eye, a conference designed to bring educators and parents of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing together. At the Double Tree Hotel, San Jose, California. Fully supervised children's program. Family scholarships may be available. Nationally known speakers and 40 workshop presentations. For more information, contact Marilyn Cassidy at (510) 659-6268 (V/TTY).

Saturday March 7th

Seattle Children's Theatre presents Pink And Say. During the Civil War, a Black Union soldier and an injured White Union soldier are thrown together. Charlotte Martin Theatre. ASL Interpreted. For more information, call (206) 441-3322 (V/TTY).

Village Theatre presents The Miser, a French farce about secret engagements, arranged marriages, wealthy and widowed miser and a scheming matchmaker. ASL Interpreted at 2pm. For more information, call (206) 392-2202 (V).

Monday March 9th

Seattle Arts and Lectures presents an evening with two writers of family stories, Mary Gordon And Frank McCourt. The lectures will be held 7:30pm at the 5th Avenue Theatre. Reserve ASL interpreters two weeks in advance. For more information, call (206) 621-2230.

Wednesday April 1st 1998

Seattle Children's Theatre presents Frog And Toad. Adventures of lively Frog and subdued Toad. Based on the popular children's books. School matinee. Eve Alvord Theatre. ASL Interpreted. For more information, call (206) 441-3322 (V/TTY).


What's Happening

Deaf Community Events

Friday February 6th To Sunday February 8th

ASLIS presents The Use Of Classifiers In Medical Interpreting Part 2. Medical interpreting includes descriptions of human bodies, body parts and processes. For more information, contact ASLIS at (206) 860-3503 (V/TTY), (206) 860-9255 (Fax), or e-mail aslis@juno.com.

Saturday February 7th

Bingo Night at Auburn Performing Arts Center from 6:00pm to 10:00pm.

Gibraltar Entertainment (GEP) and O.K. Hotel are having an ASL Celebration Party at the O.K. Hotel, 212 Alaskan Way South, down at Pioneer Square near the waterfront. Special appearance by storyteller/comedian FA and Kiri Ingram. For those who do not know FA, FA has been working as a stand up comedian/storyteller in Los Angeles and New York. He has made a few appearances here in Seattle.

There will also be an open mike for those who wish to try their storytelling. Sign up sheet will begin at 7:30pm. Show will start at 8:30 pm. Restaurant and bar will open at 6:00pm. Admission is $6.00 per person. It's Party Time! We hope to see you all there.

GEP has a small group of people working with them at this time, but always looking for more help. People are needed for the following: board members, storyteller rules book committee, public relations and travel agents. If you are interested, or have ideas you wish to share, please write Gibraltar Entertainment, 6201 - 15th Ave Nw #245, Seattle WA 98107, or leave message at (206) 624-2072 (TTY), Or (206) 994-1518 (Pager ID).

Saturday February 21st

Silent Games at CSCDHH from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.

ASLIS presents Workshop On Money. Recommended for interpreters and interpreting students. For more information, contact ASLIS at (206) 860-3503 (V/TTY), (206) 860-9255 (Fax), or e-mail aslis@juno.com.

Club Saturday, a fun and educational program for deaf and hearing children ranging from 3 to 12 years old, is having a meeting at 10 am at the Hearing, Speech and Deafness Center to discuss the future of the program. The Board Of Club Saturday is seeking people to replace the existing board. If you have children who have benefited from this program, or those of you who believe in the opportunities Club Saturday is giving these kids, please join us at CSCDHH 10am. For more information, contact Jamee Redmond at (206)323-5770 (V/TTY).

February 27th - March 1st

In-Depth Weekend Sign Language Skillshop. An opportunity to understand and use Signing Exact English Properly. At Children's Hospital and Medical Center, 4800 Sand Point Way Ne, Seattle. Cost: $100. For more information, call (562) 430-1467 (V), (562) 795-6614 (Fax) or seectr@aol.com.

Saturday, February 28th

The Deaf-Blind Service Center (DBSC) presents Cajun Festival, An Evening Of Dinner and Music featuring Crawfish by Danny Delcambre and Hot Cajun Music by Les Femmes D'enfer. 5:00 Pm to 9:00 pm at St. James Cathedral Hall, 804 - 9th Ave., Seattle. Cost: $35-$75 (sliding scale donations). Proceeds benefit DBSC. For tickets, contact DBSC at (206) 323-9179 (V/TTY).

Saturday March 7th

Silent Games South at Auburn High School Performing Arts Center, 7 to 10pm.

Saturday, March 21st

Silent Games at CSCDHH, 7 to 10 pm

Friday March 27th To Sunday March 29th

ASLIS presents Silent Camp on Orcas Island for people with ASL 3 skills or better. Immerse yourself in a silent environment. For more information, contact ASLIS at (206) 860-3503 (V/TTY), (206) 860-9255 (Fax), or e-mail aslis@juno.com.

3d Hand Fingerspelling: There is a brilliant creation that allows you to fingerspell on the internet. Check out http://vrml.sgi.com/worlds/index/index.html. See what you think...

Rear Window Captioning from Deaf Digest Rear Window Captions wins high ratings, says Bruce Gross, President of World Recreation Association of the Deaf. After watching the Titanic with the new captioning technology, he couldn't stop raving about it. Exactly what is Rear Window Captioning?

It is a reflector similar to a car's rear view mirror which captures back-of-theater captions. This mirror is placed on the soft drink holder on your seat arm rest and you adjust it the same way you would adjust your car mirror. for more information, go to http://www.boston.com/wgbh or email barry@clark.net.

Community Announcements

The Interpreter Referral Service at CSCDHH is looking for a full-time referral specialist, or several part-time people to work as a part of a dynamic team providing interpreter placement in the Greater Seattle area. Work in a Deaf multi-service agency. The position offers a benefit package for 20+ hours a week. For more information, contact Paul Bert At (206) 322-5551 (V/TTY).

Seattle Minor Home Repair Program

Low-income homeowners in Seattle have a solution to the high cost of home repairs. The Minor Home Repair Program is available for the following types of repairs: plumbing (leaking pipes, clogged drains), electrical (broken switches), carpentry (broken steps, porches), and disability access (wheelchair ramps, grab bars, hand rails). The Program cannot provide repair on roofs, yards or detached garages, nor can it do any cosmetic work.

Homeowners must live within the Seattle city limits and meet income guidelines. Call the Minor Home Repair Program to determine eligibility. Clients must pay for materials, and labor is charged on a sliding fee scale based on the household income. For more information, call the Minor Home Repair Program At (206) 448-5751 (V) Or (206) 448-5025 (TTY).

Human Rights Commission Begins Rule Review

Governor Gary Locke has asked all state agencies to review their rules. The Governor's review criteria include need, effectiveness, clarity, statutory intent, coordination, cost, and fairness.

The Human Rights Commission has set up advisory workgroups to review all of the agency's rules by the year 2000. The Commission launched the review in December 1997 with three workgroups. The three workgroups are reviewing the commission's employment rules, sex discrimination rules and disability rules.

You can still be part of this process! If you would like to be in one of the workgroups, please contact Martin Casey in Olympia at (360) 586-5765 (V) Or (800) 300-7525 (TTY). Please respond early, so that we can get the workgroup materials to you quickly as possible.

Cable Tv Discount

King County Executive Ron Sims announced starting January 1, 1998, TCI cable will offer a 30% discount on basic cable service for qualified low-income senior citizens and disabled persons living in unincorporated King County.

The discount is the result of terms agreed to by King County and TCI through a recent franchise renewal agreement. Those unincorporated King County residents who earn $15,750 per year or less, are a senior citizen 62 years or older or have a permanent disability would be eligible to receive the discount. applications for the cable-TV discount will be processed and verified through the King County Office of Cable Communications and referred to TCI. as part of the agreement, TCI will recognize a retroactive period back to October 1, 1997, if the customer was receiving service at that time.

For more information, contact King County Office of Cable Communications 700 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2300, Seattle WA 98104, (206) 296-3880 (V).

Grants For Artists

1998 Artist Trust Gap Awards: Gap (Grants For Artist Projects) Grants Are intended to help artists develop new ideas and directions for current projects, or to complete projects that have little or no funding. Grant amount maximum Is $1,200. Selected projects will be funded at the requested level. The realization of the project should not be solely dependent on funds requested from Artist Trust. Applicants Must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Washington State. deadline for application is February 27, 1998 (must be postmarked or hand-delivered by 5 p.m. on February 27th) For more information, contact Artist Trust at (206) 467-8734 (V) or arttrust@eskimo.com.

Interpreter Referral Service Update

Feedback

Please give us feedback about interpreters that you work with in the community. If there is an interpreter who you do not understand, or you do not want to use again, please tell us. Then, we can make sure that we do not send that interpreter to you again. Because we cannot supervise each interpreter all the time, we depend on you to let us know. We will be sending out a list of all the interpreters who we use so that you can check who you prefer and who you do not want to use, so we can create a special list for you.

We are working hard to provide the Deaf, Deaf-Blind And Hard Of Hearing communities with the best possible interpreters for your needs, and a smooth referral process. We will be sending out a survey in the spring to ask you how we can do a better job for you. We look forward to working together.

Deaf Athlete In 1998 Winter Olympics From Deaf Digest

Speedskater Chantal Sevigny has made the Canadian Olympic Team that will compete at the 1998 Winter Olympics. She is the first Deaf athlete to take part in the Winter Olympics. Summer Olympics has a list of Deaf athletes taking part But it's a first for the Winter. Paid Advertisements

Counseling Services On Deafness

Seattle Behavioral Health

9706 Fourth Avenue NE, Suite 303

Individual, Couple And Group Counseling - Depression/ Stress/ Anxiety; Relationship Issues; Communication Problems; Child, Family And Parenting Issues; Trauma And Abuse Recovery; Hearing Loss, Grief And Transition. Covered by most health plans. Call 206/ 526-8548 TTY Or 206/ 860-5637 V

Know Your Legal Rights! Michael J. Izak, Lawyer. Law Office, PO Box 599921, Renton, WA 98058. (253) 638-1433 (TTY), (253) 630-1375 (Fax), mizak@worldnet.att.net. Call for an appointment.

Marlyn Minkin, MA/ABS

Sheryl Kool, MA/ABS

1750 - 112th Avenue, Northeast, Suite C-240, Bellevue, WA 98004. (206) 688-8073 (V/TDD)

Counselors And Consultants Specialized In Deaf, Hard Of Hearing, And Deaf-Blind Individuals And Families. Experienced In Grief & Loss, Self-Esteem, Abuse Issues, Relationships, Depression, Family Issues, Communication, Personal Growth.

Great Opportunities For Earning Extra Money. Full or part time. English skills not important. Training and support provided. Contact Elwood Worth at (206) 706-0056 (TTY) Or (206) 757-1579 (Pager), or Aletheia Oliver at (206) 706-9143 (V/TTY).

Job Opening At TACID (Tacoma Area Coalition Of Individuals With Disabilities). Deaf Specialist.

To provide advocacy, education and training, information and referral to people who are Deaf And Hard Of Hearing and agencies who work with Deaf clients in: Tacoma, Pierce, Thurston, Mason, Kitsap And Grays Harbor counties In Washington.

Applicants need fluency in ASL and written English, knowledge of Deaf Culture and disability law, willingness to acquire a knowledge of assistive technology for Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing People, experience in providing, training, basic computer skills, a driving license and reliable vehicle.

Benefits include $13.00 per hour salary, health care and car mileage allowance. This position is based at TACID in Tacoma, but we also hope to open an office in Lacey.

Application deadline: Saturday, February 21, 1998.

Call for job brief and application details: TACID, (253) 565 9000 Ext. 10 (Voice) or (253) 565-5445 (TTY)

Eye Exams For The Hearing Impaired

12310 NE 8th, Bellevue, WA 98005

The Eyecare Center is pleased to announce they now have on staff, Nancy Hunter, Skilled in Sign Language, to assist during eye examinations. Call for an appointment, 425/ 455-0001 V.

Flyers

Silent Games. 7pm To 10pm.

· Bingo Night, February 7, 1998, starts at 6 pm, Held at Auburn High School Performing Arts Center, 700 East Main, Auburn, WA. Chairperson: Tom Brown, (253) 941-5908 V/TTY.

· Silent Games Seattle, February 21, 1998, Held At CSCDHH, 1609-19th Avenue, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA. (206) 322-4996 V/TTY

Silent Games. 7pm To 10pm.

· Silent Games South, March 7, 1998, Held at Auburn High School Performing Arts Center, 700 East Main, Auburn, WA. Chairperson: Tom Brown, (253) 941-5908 V/TTY.

· Silent Games Seattle, March 21, 1998, Held At CSCDHH, 1609-19th Avenue, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA. (206) 322-4996 V/TTY

Koda invites you to come beat the Winter Blues By joining us at the Evergreen King County Swimming Pool, 606 SW 116th St., Burien. (206) 296-4410. Saturday, February 21, 1998 from 3:30 PM To 5:30 PM. KODA Members - $3.00 per family, Non-members - $5.00 per family. Wear/bring Hawaiian shirts, sunglasses and bring your bathing suits and beach towel. Bring cheese/crackers to share. KODA will provide drinks. For more information, Contact Vicki Moseley at (206) 784-7426 (H) Or (206) 726-0093 (W).

ASLIS Invites You To Silent Camp. March 27-29, 1998 at beautiful Camp Orkila in the San Juan Islands. Early bird registration by 3/13/98 - $100. Register after 3/13/98 - $120. ASLIS Students 10% Off. For more information, call (206) 860-3503 (V/TTY) or e-mail to us at aslis@juno.com.

ASLIS Presents CL Workshop! Students who want to feel closer to ASL, sign more ASL and feel more fluent in ASL. April 17-19, 1998 at CSCDHH. $100 per person by 4/1/98. $120 after 4/1/98. Maximum - 30 participants. For more information, call (206) 860-3503 (V/TTY).

You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. Get completely free e-mail from Juno at http://www.juno.com Or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]

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Washington State TTY Directory, 1996-1998

Pick up your copy at CSCDHH today for $7.00 each or send a check, payable to CSCDHH, for $9.00. $7.00 for the book plus $2.00 shipping and handling.

Community Service Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, 1609 - 19th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122-2848

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