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New Five-Year Jewish Calendar Is Available


Following the success of its original calendar mailing in 1996, the Jewish Deaf Community Center has issued its second Five-Year Jewish Calendar to make sure that Deaf Community Leaders avoid planning its events during major Jewish Holidays.


Interpreter’s Corner

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This month, I thought you might enjoy reading about some of the mail I have received as a result of this column. I went back over the past three years and tried to find all of the letters.

Here are some statistics:



Jewish Big Brothers is currently seeking interested children ages 6-18 and dedicated adult volunteers with hearing loss. Hearing adult males skilled in American Sign Language are also encouraged to apply. Over 85 years of service have proven how important the life-long impact of a mentoring relationship is to both chil¬dren and volunteers alike.

The goal of this new program is to serve the Jewish Community by matching boys and girls with hearing loss with a caring adult role model who shares their experience and has sign language skills. A social worker fluent in American Sign Language will conduct monthly supervi-sion of the match and be a source of ongoing support for both the family and the volunteer.

For more information, contact Stacey Duitch, MSW, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 323/1761-8675 Ext 28 Voice


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