So August 14 thru Oct 9 ~ (M/T/W/TH/F mornings)American Sign Language (ASL) Club Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC)WPCC Learning Resource Center (LRC) Room 401007 Burkemont Ave., Morganton, NCContact: Danette Steelman-Bridgesat 828-448-6028 or VP 828.475.4218 September 2 - 11am - 11pm ~ Deaf Celebration Weekend Event Carole Hoefener Center610 E 7th St, Charlotte, NC 28202Special guest Joel Barish September 3 - All Day ~ Carrowinds Hosted by Deaf Paparazzi Divas team to support deaf community Group discount rates available for hotels with free breakfasts For more information or sponsor this event or want to be a vendoremail us at [email protected] flier in fb for this event September 4 ~ Labor Day October 6 & 7 ~ NCSD Homecoming Weekend Class Reunion1970 October 9 ~ Columbus Day October 21 -4pm - 12am ~ CSDHH Game Night Boxcar Bar Arcade120 W Lewis St, Greensboro, NCFull bar, outdoor seating, dog-friendly environment and,of course, time with the ASL and Deaf community!15% of sales will be donated to support TAG Mentoring Program at CSDHH so game for a great cause! Council for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing Quarterly Meeting(New Location) Division of Public Health, Building 3, Cardinal Rooms A & B 5605 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC 27699 NOTE: All Council meetings are open to the public but RSVP is requested so the staff can go to the meeting room the afternoon prior to the meeting to make the arrangements to place sign language interpreters and assistive listening devices to ensure effective communication for everyone which is a rather complicated and time-consuming process.This report, featuring an interactive map with a county-by-county breakdown of lottery sales, is available at To create the analysis, NC Policy Watch requested and received data of county sales for the 2009-10 fiscal year, and then compared those figures with the 2009 adult populations of each county as estimated by the U. Also Mutual Wills for Married persons or persons living together.Check in on what’s happening in these two cities to get a pulse on the college climate in North Carolina.In the last three years, Businessweek named Raleigh as the best place in the nation to live.Try our new North Carolina Last Will and Testament Package and Save!
Jamestown, NCHosted by CSDHH June 15 - 10am - 2pm ~ Helen Keller's Birthday Fun Sponsored by by NC DHHS Division of Services for the Deaf & the Hard of Hearing Helen Kellers National Center's 50th Birthday Outdoor fun at Lake James State Parkat Paddy's Creek2785 North Carolina 126, Nebo, NC 28761Must RSVP by May 15 See flyer in pdf June 17 - 5pm - ?
Multiple private colleges also offer online programs in North Carolina, including Duke University in Durham, Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem and Campbell University in Buies Creek.
The largest centers for postsecondary education in North Carolina are found around its largest metropolitan areas, Charlotte and Raleigh.
Leading the way in online programs in North Carolina are the 16 campuses of the University of North Carolina system.
Each individual campus offers numerous online degree and courses.
" Donnie Dove, NCITLB Board Member Craig Blevins, NCAD President11am - 12pm - "Not a Certified Interpreter!?