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Deaf Bowling League September 2009

Come out and have some fun at GVDBC Deaf Bowling League!

Anyone interested is welcome. We accept teams of 3 persons (or more) or you can join as individual.

We only bowl for 24 weeks, shorter than most leagues in Metro Vancouver. We have a split-season format, so your team will have more than one chance to make it into the final playoffs in March.

Join us for an informal get-together (“FIRST DAY”) at Revs Bowling Centre (formerly the Brentwood Recreational Centre, just next to Holdom Skytrain Station) on Saturday, September 12th at 10:00 AM. Three FREE non-league games will be played for that day only.

Please be sure to call and reserve your spot now, even if you can’t attend the September 12th session.

League play begins Saturday, September 19th at 9:45 AM.

We will have many exciting events, like going to Toronto on May 2010 for National Deaf Championships (10-pins & 5-pins), and going to USA for NWBAD tournament every March. Come on and meet new friends!

Any more information you need to know? Please contact:

Jeanne Durnion (President) jeanats80@telus.net
Cathy Belleau (Secretary) ctbelleau@yahoo.ca
Christel Devos (Treasurer) rcdevos@telus.net

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2 comments on “Deaf Bowling League September 2009

  • Hi Alexandra,

    Thanks for your email. You student could benefit from attending a number of Deaf community events coming up. Have you checked out http://www.gvad.com, and visited the calendar of events? There you will find a listing of all the upcoming activities your student can become involved in. Also, if you become a member of GVAD you will receive invitations to attend workshops held by GVAD.

    If your student is interested in taking ASL classes, Vancouver Community College has a Deaf and hard of hearing program he may be interested in.

    If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

  • alexandra dunnison

    October 5, 2009 at 10:36 am

    I have a student who is 27, from the UK, attending my program. He seems to have had difficulty connecting with other hearing impaired youth in Vancouver. Do you have any suggestions of how he might be able to do this?
    Thank you,
    Alexandra Dunnison
    Manager, Eaton Brain Improvement Centre

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