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The Creation Museum’s annual Deaf Day began in 2010. This yearly event features ASL interpreters and deaf volunteers.

For the first time ever, deaf high school and college students will have the opportunity to tour the Middle Tennessee State University main campus.

Please check the website link below for complete information about Presenters, Topics (including CEUs), Location, Registration, Payment, and Schedule.

Curriculum

Small group sessions will cover the following topics:

Town Hall Meeting to take place during the Nashville Chapter Tennessee Association of the Deaf monthly meeting

Learn Storm Spotting by taking the Basic Refresher Spotter Class. Or take the Advanced Spotter Class if you are already a Storm Spotter.

This is the regularly scheduled quarterly meeting of the Council.  It will be interpreted and Open Captioned.

Join the Disability Community at Legislative Plaza!

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