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Sunday Brunch FUNdraising
October 6, 2019
The Sunday Brunch FUNdraising event, chair by Joan Philip and her hard working committee on October 6, 2019, was a big success. We had over 90 people at the event. Stephanie Hakulin did an awesome job as a Mistress of Ceremony. We had a survivor panel with 4 courageous survivors of domestic violence, moderated by Michelle Cline. We also had BOLA raffles, silence auction, pie auction, basket raffles and a photo booth. The food made by Quinsigamond Community College staff, was so delicious. Everyone enjoyed this event.
Thank you all for your support!!
DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING NIGHT
FENWAY PARK - SEPTEMBER 4, 2019
BOSTON RED SOX VS MINNESOTA TWINS
Fun Night at Fenway Park for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Night!! Great crowd with over 600 people!! Pre-game social at Sam Adams Deck. 5 Deaf community people were honored, Paul Lewis O'Rourke (ODSC), Lori Novak (ODSC), Tabatha Patrican (DEAF, Inc.), Sunit Upadhyaya (DEAF, Inc.) and Cathy Mylotte (Deaf Commnity member). Shana Gibbs did a great job with the National Anthem! Matthew Kohashi did an awesome job for 7th inning song ’Take Me to the Ball Game’! Everyone enjoyed this event despite the rain/thunder for less than half hour before the game started. Red Sox won 6 to 2!!
Thank you all for your support for ODSC and DEAF, Inc. Hope to see you all next year!
May 11, 2019
Italian Dinner/ Dingo/Social Night
This was a fundraiser event co-hosted by Our Deaf Survivors Center, Inc. and Worcester Deaf Club, Inc.
There was about 60 people coming for dinner/game and about 15 people coming for the game and social. Beth Lucey and Joy Spurlin did a great job with DINGO! It was FUN!!
There was a chinese raffle with spring and summer stuff.
Thank you all for your support for ODSC and WDC!
Click on flyer to see pictures
February 27, 2019
Courage Community Conversations:
Discussion about DV and SA
The event is a community conversation about Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and is being hosted by Newton Wellesley Hospital. There is going to be a Deaf panelist, Terry Malcolm, from Our Deaf Survivors Center, Inc. on a panel and ASL interpreters will be provided. See flyer attached and it doesn’t say about ASL interpreters but yes there will have ASL interpreters at that event.
Hope you can share this info to those who might be interested to go.
YWCA is collorborating with Center for Living & Working, Inc. (CLW) and Our Deaf Survivors Center, Inc. (ODSC) to have monthly “Healthy relationship” support group for Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. ASL Interpreter is provided.
More info, contact Joan Philip at email@example.com
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