Social Activities

Come warm up with some chili at the Silent Dinner with the Sign Club Co. $6 per person. Good way to practice your signing skills. Sign language stories will be told. Be prepared to share your best ABC story and 1, 2, 3 story!!
Come watch poetry in sign performed by award-winning Sign Club Member.

Come celebrate KCD's 35th Anniversary at TSD's Old Gym!

Tickets: $25
Table sponsorships are available (see attached form)


The Banquet is from 6:30 pm - 12:00 am.

Cost:  Banquet
Adults:  $45.00  ($50.00 at the door)
Children (6 - 12 years old):  $20.00
Students with ID:  $20.00
Under 5 years are free with parents

Please come join us for our Buffet menu and hear the many Speakers (Old TSD Members) tell about the Good Old Days at Dear TSD in Knoxville, TN. We plan to give away door prizes, including a 24" flat screen TV. Afterwards, we will have a DJ play your favorite music so you can do your favorite dances!

Dress:  Formal or Casual.  NO Jeans or Tennis Shoes!

Hotel Reservations:  Please contact Comfort Inn (address above) at 1-866-460-7456.  Double Beds: $69/night; King Size Beds: $69/night. If you are handicapped, ask for a Handicapped room. Please tell them you are with Old TSD Reunion.

Payment:  Money Order or Cashier's Check Payable o:  TSD School Reunion.  No personal checks!  Send to:  3108 Emerald Street, Memphis, TN 38115. Please do not make checks payable to any person's name.

Book:  We plan to print a separate book with pictures of all of our old School members. Please send an old or new picture of yourself (with the year you entered and left old TSD). There will be a separate cost for this book.  Please send Lordy Smith your photos for the book NOW. Include your phone #, vp# or e-mail address.

Also, if you have other old pictures that you want to show off, please put them in a separate frame and label it with your name and we will put it on display. You can pick them up and take them back home with you.

T-Shirts for sale! $12.00  (Sizes:  S - M - L - XL - XXL - XXXL)

Please bring the entire family and all your friends!

Old School Photograph: From the Collection of the Tennessee State Library and Archives (on file at the Library Services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Nashville, TN)


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

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

Sponsored by Evolve Bank & Trust and DeafConnect of the Midsouth

Audio Loop and Real Time Captioning at all meetings TSA representative will be there to talk about airport signage.

ESA Taster's Luncheon with a Chinese Auction Aidan fashion show. Tickets are $15 and go to benefit the Boehm Birth Defects Center.  The event will be captioned. 


Audio Loop and Real Time Captioning at all meetings!

Topic: CapTel

Speaker:  Quinnon Taylor from CapTel will stop by to discuss how to get a CapTel phone and also if you are a cell phone user, getting Captel on your cell phone!

We will be discussing:

  • Additional Walk4Hearing fund possibilities
  • Plans for the 2015 Walk4Hearing Kickoff (new and exciting!!)
  • 2015 Walk4Hearing updates

Please plan to join us Sunday, January 18 in the Ronald McDonald Community Room at 2pm!


The Primm family moves into their new New York City apartment to find a crocodile living in the bathtub -- and what a croc he is! He's caviar-eating, saxophone-playing, loveable Lyle the Crocodile! Next-door-neighbor Mr. Grumps wants the Primms to ship the impeccably-mannered reptile off to the zoo, but Lyle's new family (and his old showbiz partner, Hector P. Valenti) bust him out of jail just in time to save the day for everyone. A joyful, hilarious stage adaptation of the picture book classic. Recommended for: All Ages Approximate Runtime: Approx. 60 minutes plus a 10 minute intermission at weekend performances We have free activities beginning one hour prior to each weekend performance. Arrive early to engage in the pre-show fun! Sunday, May 4th is a sign interpreted performance.
Lois Lowry's Newbery Medal winning juvenile novel of World War II. Through the terrified eyes of ten-year-old Annemarie Johansen, we watch as the Danish Resistance smuggles seven thousand people (almost the entire Jewish population of Nazi-occupied Denmark) across the sea to Sweden and safety. But Annemarie finds it isn't enough to just watch history unfold. In this moving adventure based on inspiring, real-life events, Annemarie herself must find the courage to resist. "How brave are you, Annemarie?" Approximate Runtime: Approx. 70 minutes plus a 10 minute intermission at weekend performances We have free activities beginning one hour prior to each weekend performance. Arrive early to engage in the pre-show fun! Sunday, March 2nd is a sign interpreted performance