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Bridging Hands Camps new Non-Profit to serve young deaf, hard of hearing, and KODA campers.

May 6, 2016 in Community Events, Hearing Loss & Deafness

 

JOIN US!

FOR A KICKOFF

TO MEET BRIDGING HANDS CAMPS BOARD MEMBERS 

SUNDAY JUNE 5TH 3PM-6PM
GRILL PROVIDED FOR YOUR USE. BRING YOUR OWN MEAL. FOOD AND DRINKS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE 

COME AND MEET BHC’S BOARD MEMBERS – SUNDAY, JUNE 5

HAINS POINT PICNIC SHELTER
900 OHIO DR SW
WASHINGTON DC
CONTACT NIKI: fundraisin@bhcamps.org – RSVP by MAY 29

DOWNLOAD – BHCflyer

Website: www.bridginghandscamps.org

No. Virginia KODA group Halloween Party, Oct. 27th 1-3PM

October 25, 2013 in Community News, Families

1st Annual No.Va. KODA Halloween Party!
(KODA: Kids of Deaf Adults)

Sunday, October 27
1 pm to 3 pm
Burke Lake Park
Fairfax Station, Virginia

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/burkelakepark/

($10 entrance fee for non-Fairfax County residents)
Deaf & Hearing Goblins of all ages are welcome!

Activities:

  • Games
  • Costume Show (adults, too!)
  • Treats for the kids (Please being a bag of treats to share)
  • Playground on premises
  • Burke Lake Park’s special annual Ghost Train (at your own expense, you can buy tickests fromt eh train depot for $4 per person)

$5.00 per family requested and greatly appreciated.  A professional quality family picture taken at the park will be included as part of the fee.  The money would go to cover the party expenses and to support future KODA activities in No. Virginia.

Please RSVP by 10/24 via Facebook or by email at NoVirginiaKODA@grmail.com for accurate head-count.  Thank you!

  

 

!st Annual No. BA KODA Halloween Party


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