B.C. Disability Games will host in Maple Ridge, B.C. from Wednesday July 22 to Sunday July 26, 2009.
BCDSF will continue with these core sports: Golf, 5 pin bowling, 10 pin bowling, and Swimming.
We would like to expand and add 2 new sports for deaf sport members.
In order to add new sport(s) – we need a minimum 10 interested deaf players from anywhere in BC.
One new sport is DISC GOLF.
I want to hear from you – will you be interesting to play DISC GOLF.
Other sport? Please reply and pick one or two sports that you are interesting to play.
SORRY FOR SHORT NOTICE – PLEASE REPLY BY MONDAY NOVEMBER 3RD
Reason: I have to hand in BCDSF’s sports package report to the head chairperson what sports BCDSF would like to host at BC Disability Games in Maple Ridge by Tuesday November 4th.
Any BCDSF members can attend these sports (new members are welcome). Out of town players – don’t worry about the cost for transportation. More detail will discuss later.
B.C. Deaf Sports Federation (BCDSF)
M / T / TH 10:00am – 2:00pm
TTY: 604-333-3606 Fax: 604-333-3450
Videophone Dlink IP# 188.8.131.52
#254-3820 Cessna Drive, Richmond, B.C. V7B 0A2
#26-4th Street, New Westminster
November 6, 2008
Door Opens 8 PM
Roger in ASL:
More info about Lafflines:
Westcoast Association of Visual Language Interpreters
Special Meeting: Title Protection for Sign Language Interpreters
Douglas College Room 2201
November 1st, 2008
10:00am – 12:00pm
WAVLI President in vlog:
Christmas Crafts Fair 2008
Saturday, November 29th, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
CAFETERIA at Burnaby South Secondary School
5455 Rumble Street, Burnaby, BC (About 2 blocks from Royal Oak Station)
10 % of proceeds from sales of crafts will go to support essential programs and services for individuals who are Deafblind.
There will be food for sale and prizes.
Santa is coming! $5.00 for pictures.
1 day only for $ 30.00. To book a table, or for any questions, contact Karen Ursulak, CCF Chairperson at: tty phone # 604 -581-4722 or fax # 604-581-4722 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org , or contact Angie at Deafblind Services at 778-371-1374 or email@example.com
A.J. Brown was in a coma as a result of complications from her back surgery in 1986. It was here, that she was touched by the Light of Home. During that, she thought it was just a very vivid dream. She encountered deep peace from this Light.
She paints cats. A.J. knows cats have quite the history surrounding them. They are quirky, interesting and fun to share time with. A.J.’s cat, Rumbles brings her comfort. It is just nice to share the space of home with another being.
A.J. discovered Buddhism in 2006. She is re connecting to the Light of Home, through this way of life. Buddhism is also a comfort for her.
A.J. Brown has a solo art exhibit at the Seymour Art Gallery, 4360 Gallant Avenue, Deep Cove, North Vancouver, BC. It runs from Tuesday, November 4 through to Sunday, November 16, 2008. The opening is Tuesday, November 4, 6 30 to 8 30 pm. The exhibition is titled The Ultimate Gift. She wants to share her gifts from the Light, her cat and her Buddhism. She wants to share the peace she receives.
A.J. is deaf and has cerebral palsy. She is a self taught visual artist.