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It’s time, friends and foes! A time to rise up, unite resources, build support, educate and especially be “heard” by those who live in Houston. Although Houston is the 4th largest city in the US, we have yet to see a central hub where Houstonians can find a variety of useful information in one place. HoustonDeafNetwork.com will do its best to fill in the missing gaps and help you fulfill your needs. But wait, there’s more than just providing you information… continue »

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RespondBy | Aug.31, 2010 | Filed in: Support

I have a 3 year old daughter who is deaf, and I want our family to become more involved and my daughter to have friends who are also deaf but I dont know where to look. I am finding it to find functions or social networks geared more towrds deaf children. If anybody has any suggestions please reply @ ashley.hannah87@yahoo.com Ashley Hannah

This post was submitted by Ashley Hannah.

ASL Social September 2010

Fri, Sept 3, 2010 – ASL Social/Silent

Sat, Sept 11, 2010 – Latino

Fri, Sept 17, 2010 – ASL Social

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Sherlock’s Baker St Pub

Deaf Awareness Week 2010
Update:
FRIDAY NIGHT
Sept 17th, 2010

7pm till closing

Sherlock’s Baker St. Pub & Grill
1952 W Gray St
Houston, TX 77019
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Deaf Awareness Week Events Sept 12th-18th

3 CommentsBy | Aug.22, 2010 | Filed in: News

We, the Deaf Awareness Week 2010 are excited to present the deaf and hard of hearing community the new and upcoming Deaf Awareness Week events from September 12 – 18th, 2010. continue »

Deaf Globetrotters Travel

Our highly qualified agents have over 40 years combined expertise in arranging and creating travel experiences for our hearing impaired clients. We are specialists with most popular travel types and destinations today. From honeymoons to family or class reunion vacations to incentive travel for your group wants to go somewhere, we can make it happen. Lastly, we have certified sign language interpreters to accommodate on all of our escorted tours. Again, welcome to Deaf Globetrotters Travel. It will be a pleasure serving you.

9618 Oregano Circle
Houston, Texas 77036
(VP and V) 832.413.6183
www.deafglobetrotterstravel.com

This post was submitted by Donald Hahn.

Register Now with LSCS

RespondBy | Aug.16, 2010 | Filed in: Education

Registration for the fall semester at Lone Star College System in Houston will be over soon as classes will start on August 30, 2010. If you are Deaf and want to attend classes, register now continue »

This post was submitted by Leyel Hudson.

Do you have a heart to serve?

1 CommentBy | Aug.12, 2010 | Filed in: Community

Isaiah 6:8: “Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I, Send me!”

The Mission Hearts mission team is looking for team members who want to serve in Haiti. All ASL skill levels are welcome, D/deaf, hearing and hard of hearing. continue »

This post was submitted by Nicole Zatzkin.

Boondoggle’s Brewery & Pub

Every 2nd Sat. of each month
Aug 14th, 2010
8pm till closing

Boondoggle’s Brewery & Pub
4106 Nasa Parkway
El Lago, TX. 77586
281-326-2739
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In Memory of Lucille Allen McAlister

RespondBy | Aug.05, 2010 | Filed in: News

Lucille Allen McAlister, age 73, a lifetime resident of Houston, passed away on July 31, 2010. Mrs. McAlister was born on Dec 7, 1936, in Houston, Texas, to Gordon Bailey Allen and Fannie Weinona Allen. continue »

Need Volunteers for Haiti’s trip on October 4th to 11th.

3 CommentsBy | Aug.02, 2010 | Filed in: Community

The days were not long enough and the thought of coming home just made us want to stay longer. The people of Haiti are amazing as they have lived through more than most of us can ever imagine and still continue to smile with hope and strength. The photo is a few of the many deaf we met and the hearing who wish to learn more ASL, to become teachers and friends to the deaf. Nicole was the first Deaf person the St. Vincent’s deaf had ever seen outside of Haiti. Her abilities, strength, smile and personality endeared her to the Haitian deaf. continue »

This post was submitted by Nicole Zatzkin.