NCDBA Holiday Parties

NCDBA Deaf-Blind Holiday Party in Raleigh

Where:  Governor Morehead School for the Blind – Weathers Hill Cafeteria, 329 Ashe Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27606

WhenFriday, December 2, 2016 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

WhoAll individuals who are Deaf-Blind, family, and SSPs are invited

All you need to bring is yourself. There will be door prizes food, fun, and fellowship.

Coastal Carolina Deaf-Blind Holiday Party in Wilmington

Where: 3240 Burnt Mill Drive Suite 5 Wilmington, NC 28405

WhenFriday December 16 from 3:00-6:00 p.m.

Who: All individuals who are Deaf-Blind, family, and SSPs are invited

RSVP: We are asking people to please bring a covered dish. RSVP at 410-980-0222 or kimjones100@msn.com.  Let organizers know if you are coming and what you will bring as well as any questions.

 

 

Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awarness Day June 25th

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It’s that time of year again! NCDBA’s Annual Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Day will be in Raleigh June 25th at the Governor Moorehead School for the Blind cafeteria. Address is 329 Ashe Avenue. Below are the details.

Time: 11 am to 4 pm, lunch will be at 12

Cost: $7.00. This includes 2 meats (hamburgers or hotdogs), chips, and a drink

Tickets must be purchased in advance. They can be purchased from the following people or money mailed (address below):
Ricky Covington, Sheila McNair, or Linda Lindsey

Money for tickets can be mailed to:

Debbie Harrell-Cayton, Treasurer
2050 Duckworth Ave
Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Hope to see everyone there!!

Camp is Full

Please be aware that as of today, the NCDBA Camp Dogwood Deaf-Blind Weekend is now full for campers staying on campus.  Any applications received after today will be returned and Camp already has a waiting list.

However, there is a second option for the first time this year–Day Campers.  You can apply for $75 per day, but you are responsible for your own lodgings off-campus, transportation to and from lodgings, and SSPs.