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-Project ABLE (volunteer)
-Canadian Dictionary of ASL (workshop)

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Project ABLE

Dear Chemeckta Community College ASL teachers;

Hello!  My name is Marcia Macomber, and I work for a non-profit here in Salem called Project ABLE.  Our organization serves people in the mental health community by providing them with community and learning opportunities.  Most of our group are people who have had a history of difficult times, and are here to offer their support to others, by showing them how they themselves have found a path to recovery and successful integration into this stressful world we live in.

We have some great people here who are really interested in learning some sign language.

We offer scholarships to our people if they want to enroll in classes at Chemekta, and so we are trying to find a way to offer a 1-2 hour activity that will allow them to learn some sign-language and try it out.

I am writing to find out if you might have a student that might be interested, or if you yourself might be interested in volunteering some time to come to our training office on a Tuesday or a Thursday night between 4-7 pm (for as much/as little of that time as you feel would be appropriate).

You would be rewarded with a very enthusiastic and fun audience, and great appreciation for doing a great service.

Please let me know if you are or are not amenable to this idea, and I will follow up with each of you by phone next week.

I thank you very much for your consideration, and welcome you to take a look at our website to find out a bit more about us.

http://www.projectableoregon.org/

Best regards,

Marcia Macomber
Wellness Coordinator
Project ABLE - (a better life experience!)

mobile: 503-302-4494

location address:
3876 Beverly Ave. N.E.
Building G Suite 7
Salem, OR 97305

Canadian Dictionary of ASL

How to get MORE out of the Canadian Dictionary of ASL?

Want to know more about the history of ASL dictionary
Want to know which terms signed or fingerspelled
Want to learn more about ASL semantics
Want to learn regional signs

BCCSD proudly hosts workshop with Julie Martin

January 30th, 2010 - 10am to 3pm

click here for Canadian Dictionary Details

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