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A monthly gathering of Deaf, hard of hearing, hearing, interpreters, and family and friends in the Memphis area.

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DNO will be held downtown at a new building called "Beale Street Landing". Beale Street has a wonderful view of the Mississippi River and will make for a great time!
**Free parking. Kids are allowed. Non-smoking but you can go outside where there are chairs, tables, and sofas. 

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WHAT: 
Tennessee Organization of the Deaf-Blind (TODB) Statewide Meeting 

WHERE: 
Bridges – Multi-Purpose Room
935 Edgehill Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203
*See map attached!

TIME: 
10:00am till 11:00am CST Social Hour
11:00am till 11:45pm CST Lunch
12:00pm till 2:00pm CST Meeting

LUNCH: 
Pot Luck – bring vegetable dishes, desserts.
Meat will be furnished.
Recommend that dishes that must be heated, be microwavable.

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Join us for a day of fun, friends, games, and food! Hot dogs, chips, drinks and desserts will be provided. 

Cost: $2 for deaf/$5 for hearing wristband for putt-putt, go-carts, bumper boats, batting cages, and the inside game room. 

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Are you interested in joining your local TRID district?
Would you like to meet up with other interpreting professionals in your area?
Do you wonder how TRID can benefit you?

Come out to our meet and greet. Each district will be hosting an event across the state! Check in with your local district representative for the locations in your area! We will be showing a small presentation about our goals for the next two years and would love to see you there!

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“I think deafness is a disability,” a girl named CiCi says.  “To me it’s not a disability at all,” says a girl named Isabella.  Both CiCi and Isabella are deaf themselves.  But they deal with it in very different ways.
“I love music,” CiCi says.  “And I hear it through my cochlear implant and my hearing aid.” (“Cochlear” is pronounced “CO-clee-ur.”) “I am okay with never hearing anything,” Isabella says. 

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This training will focus on using service animals in business settings (restaurants, hotels, medical offices, etc.). Learn about state and federal laws that apply to using a service animal, your rights, and resources to help educate the community. 

Join us live in Nashville and via video feed in Knoxville or Memphis at the Disability Law & Advocacy Center of Tennessee (DLAC) offices. Provided by DLAC and the Tennessee Disability Coalition.

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This training will focus on using service animals in business settings (restaurants, hotels, medical offices, etc.). Learn about state and federal laws that apply to Tennesseans with service animals and your place of business.

Join us live in Nashville and via video feed in Knoxville or Memphis at the Disability Law & Advocacy Center of Tennessee (DLAC) offices. Provided by DLAC and the Tennessee Disability Coalition.

Space is limited! To register for this free training, contact Allison Jones at: 615-383-9442