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(Portland) Deaf Night Out on May 5th


Posted on April 21, 2018
Saturday, May 5th @ 5:00pm -- 2:00amMcMenamins Kennedy School5736 NE 33RD AvePortland OR 97211We have reservations at 5pm at the Courtyard Restaurant for a table of 15. It's first come first serve. You may get other tables with your group of friends. This is a kids friendly restaurant til 9pm....
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Tag(s): Announcement, Events

(Job Opening) Columbia Regional Program Deaf and Hard of Hearing


Posted on April 21, 2018
Columbia Regional Program is looking for qualified, student-centered  candidates that are looking to join a dynamic team that serves Deaf and Hard of Hearing students birth-21.  Current job postings for the following positions can be found at https://www.pps....
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Tag(s): Announcement, Employment

(Article) A look at the best high school track and field marks in the Salem area


Posted on April 21, 2018
Top Class 1A marks in the Mid-ValleyBOYS200 - Alexander Garcia, Oregon School for the Deaf (No. 15 in the state -- 24-64)800 - Cody Duncan, Oregon School for the Deaf (No. 61 in the state -- 2:37.07)110 hurdles - River Thompson, Oregon School for the Deaf (No. 13 in the state -- 18.89)300 hurdles...
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Tag(s): Announcement, OSD - Oregon School f/t Deaf

(Job Opening) Diversity, Accessibility and Inclusion Administrator with Oregon Legislature


Posted on April 17, 2018
Legislative Administration is recruiting for one full-time, continuing Accessibility and Inclusion Administrator to join the Employee Services team.This position provides broad based professional human resource support and training in all areas related to accessibility in the Capitol and the...
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Tag(s): Announcement, Employment

(Article) Translating Shakespeare for both deaf and hearing audiences


Posted on April 16, 2018
Early on in Howie Seago's acting career, he approached producers at Paramount about featuring a deaf character on Star Trek: The Next Generation. It was 1987 and for 45 minutes, he sat in a cigar smoke-filled room listing off the many unique ways they could incorporate voiceover for a deaf...
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Tag(s): Announcement

Design Week Portland (ASL interpretted event)


Posted on April 15, 2018
Design Week Portland is a week long city-wide festival starting on Saturday. New this year is one event entitled "From a Whisper to Machines" that I think might be of particular interest to your members given the topic. This is an ASL interpreted event. The interpreters will sign the presentations...
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Tag(s): Announcement, Events

FOSD fundraise Router for OSD


Posted on April 15, 2018
Hi Everybody--We have a new way for you to help FOSD. If we have just three new people sign up for and shop through iGive.com by May 10, we will earn a $50 bonus. Please go to iGive.com and look for Friends of OSD, Cause ID# 75879. Thanks so much! FOSD has also set up a small $1,000 fundraiser...
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Tag(s): Announcement, OSD - Oregon School f/t Deaf

(Albany) Low Vision Support Group to Host Speaker


Posted on April 15, 2018
Donna Brooks, an inspirational speaker who is blind and deaf, will talk at the April 18 meeting of the Mid Valley Low Vision Support Group at Brookdale Grand Prairie, 1929 Grand Prairie Road in Albany.The meeting is at 2 p.m.Brooks, who has attended...Read more: ...
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Tag(s): Announcement

Know Your Rights: VRI vs. Live Interpreter


Posted on April 15, 2018
Video Link: https://www.facebook.com/RLJ1988/videos/10213522810997759/Transcript:White woman with long red hair, plain black shirt, and glasses on top of the head. Hello my name is Rhonda Jennings-Arey, sign name is RJ. The...
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Tag(s): Announcement, Legal

(Article) Track: Huskies win at home, Elmira as they ready for Meet of Champions


Posted on April 12, 2018
Sweet Home's track and field athletes enjoyed what amounted to a pretty perfect day, weather-wise, Monday, April 9, as they hosted their annual "Last Chance" meet in preparation for this Saturday's Meet of Champions.The purpose of the meet, which included five schools from lower OSAA divisions -...
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Tag(s): Announcement, OAD - Oregon Association of the Deaf