Come join us for “Defend the Faith” at the New Orleans Baptist Seminary Saturday, Jan 2 2016 

Hello Everyone!

Come join us for “Defend the Faith,” Interpreting services will be provided provided for the 7pm sessions on Jan 5th — Jan 7th, free of charge. Be sure to qarrive early to take advantage of special seating. Deaf/blind interpreting services are provided per request in advance.

Jan. 5th–7pm–“Cherry Picking the Gospels” by Tim McGrew.

Jan. 6th–7pm–“The Resurrection of Jesus Timeline” by Gary Habermas.

Jan. 7th–7pm–“Jesus-Shaped Cultures: The Impact of the Gospel in History” by Paul Copan.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!!!
John and Barbara Lovas
The Deaf Church in New Orleans (CBBDC)

Speakers bios are on the website: Defend The Faith 2016

Church Interpreting PART 2 (you do not have to attend part 1 to attend part 2) Thursday, Dec 31 2015 

New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC
Presents

Church Interpreting PART 2

(you don’t need to have attended Part 1 to attend Part 2)

This workshop will focus on church interpreting

January, 23, 2016
10am — 4pm
5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124
(Enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place)

LRID Members — $30
Non- LRID Members — $35
ITP Students — $20
Deaf – Free
Church Interpreters — Free
(Pay at the door)
Dr. Barbara Lovas will focus on church interpreting basics: No prerequisites. There will be a quick review of Part 1. Emphasis will be placed on church interpreting, religious vocabulary, terminology, ethics, and Deaf empowerment as it relates to church settings. Local Deaf will also share their feelings related to ethics and Deaf empowerment. Glossing and presenting a song will be included. Hands-on practices, break-out groups, techniques, resources, and study aids will also be provided to participants. .5 CEUs will be provided.
For more information:
Barbara Lovas at bblovas1
http://www.neworleanssignlanguageservices.com/
504-722-2967 cell/text/facetime

This workshop is sponsored by Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, a chapter of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf and co-sponsored by Canal Blvd Baptist Deaf Church
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Deaf Community Christmas Sign Choir Practices (all are welcomed to join!) Wednesday, Dec 9 2015 

Deaf Community Christmas Sign Choir

All are welcomed to join!

Practices will be held:

Monday 7:45 — 8:30pm, Dec. 7, 2015 *
Wednesday 8 — 8:45, Dec 9, 2015
Monday 7:45 — 8:30pm, Dec.14, 2015 *
Wednesday 8 — 8:45, Dec.16, 2015

Canal Boulevard Baptist Deaf Church
5324 Canal Boulevard (enter downstairs door facing side street Hawthorne Place)
New Orleans, LA 70124

The choir will perform at the Children’s Hospital and a few other places (this will require more commitment because of practice meetings, practice at home, and performance times)
… and Christmas Caroling on December 21st!!! *

*FYI: Free Monday Night ASL Classes will practice songs Mondays 7:45 — 8:15pm (after Monday Night Classes), starting this next Monday on December 7, 2015. We will use the same songs for Christmas Caroling on our last day of class, which will be our Christmas party, before begin our holiday vacation. Remember our Christmas party will be a SILENT party (get it, “Silent Night”). For our ASL Monday class Christmas Party, be sure to wear a tacky Christmas sweater or outfit and bring a potluck and a white elephant gift. Everyone is welcome to join us!!!

A certificate of community services for the total hours of involvement can be provided per request.

Deaf Community Christmas Sign Choir flyer.docx

The Deaf Women’s Retreat will be held on April 22-24, 201 6 at Linden Valley Baptist Conference Center in Linden, TN Monday, Nov 9 2015 

SAVE THE DATE! The Deaf Women’s Retreat will be held on April 22-24, 2016 at Linden Valley Baptist Conference Center in Linden, TN. Barbara Lovas (New Orleans, Louisiana) will be our guest speaker and Laura Atwell (Lynchburg, Virginia) will be our music leader for the conference. More details coming soon.

WORKSHOP: Interpreting in a Vocational Rehabilitation Setting in New Orleans / Dec 12, 2015 Friday, Oct 23 2015 

New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC
Presents

Interpreting in a Vocational Rehabilitation Setting
This workshop will focus on interpreting in the vocational rehabilitation setting.
December 12, 2015
10am — 4pm
5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124
(Enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place)

LRID Members — $30
Non- LRID Members — $35
ITP Students — $20
Deaf — Free
(Pay at the door)
The participants in this workshop will be discussing the guidelines and tenets established by RID regarding interpreting in vocational rehabilitation settings. Discussion will include interpreter protocol, introduction techniques, ethical decision making and vocabulary choices. Hands-on practices, break-out groups, techniques, resources, and study aids will also be provided to participants. .5 CEUs will be provided.
For more information:
Barbara Lovas at bblovas1
http://www.neworleanssignlanguageservices.com/
504-722-2967 cell/text/facetime

This workshop is sponsored by Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, a chapter of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf and co-sponsored by Canal Blvd Baptist Deaf Church

vocational rehab flyer.docx

Come join us at DEAF DEAF WORLD!!! Deaf Immersion Workshop October 17, 2015 (ceu’s too) Tuesday, Oct 13 2015 

DEAF DEAF WORLD

“Step into a Deaf Deaf World!!! Where the language is American Sign Language and the culture is the Deaf culture.”

October 17, 2015

10am — 4pm
Canal Boulevard Baptist Deaf Church
5320 and 5324 Canal Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70124


The Deaf Church blog — https://bblovas1.wordpress.com

(Pay $15 at the door)

This workshop is a total immersion experience to Deaf world; dictated by Deaf culture, Deaf norms and Deaf modes of communication. Participant will not be allowed to use verbal communication. The participants in this workshop will participate in a silent total immersion experience. Once the participants enter all verbal communication is forbidden. Participants will sign up for a “passport,” an ABC chart, a small ASL dictionary along with a checklist of things to do while visiting Deaf Deaf World. The list of things to do will include shopping, going to the school, the DMV, the doctor, the school counselor, the bank or buying car insurance, etc. At the conclusion of the event there will be a debriefing in the form of an open forum discussion. Resources, and study aids will also be provided to participants.
.5 CEUs have been applied for.
For more information:
Dr. Barbara Lovas at bblovas1
504-722-2967 cell/text/facetime

This workshop is being co-sponsored by New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC
NewOrleansSignLanguageServices.com

deaf deaf world flyer(2).docx

Free Workshop for Church Interpreters Saturday, Sep 26 2015 

Canal Blvd. Baptist Deaf Church presents …

Church Interpreters Workshop 

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Fall Workshop

October 10, 2015

2pm-5pm

Cost: FREE!!!

 

Dr. Barbara Lovas will provide a 3 hour workshop for all level church interpreters and those wanting to learn more about religious interpreting. The focus will be on church interpreting techniques and ethics: Emphasis will be placed on religious vocabulary, terminology, and ethics. Resources and networking opportunities with other fellow interpreters in our community will be provided.

 

No ceu’s are provided, but you can apply to this as an independent study for ceus.

Barbara Lovas at bblovas1@yahoo.com

http://www.neworleansdeafchurch.org/

Water Kefir & Healthy Cooking Workshop Saturday, Sep 26 2015 

The Deaf Church in New Orleans presents …
Water Kefir & Healthy Cooking Workshop

It is time to stop drinking soda (which is bad for you) and opt for something that tastes a million times better, is healthy … and is much more affordable!!!
Instructor: Barbara Lovas, Th.D.
October 10, 2015,  10 — 1pm
5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124
(Enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place)

Cost: $10 (Pay at the door)
(R.S.V.P. — due to limited space — 504-722-2967 or bblovas1@yahoo.com)

 Another last minute water kefir workshop because my kefir is growing so fast that I need to give some away!!!

Those who attend will be given some grains and instruction on how to make water kefir. I will include a recipe and resources. Please bring to the workshop a regular canning jar (pint or quart).   I will provide you with all the instructions, ingredients and the recipe needed to make your first batch. So, you will go home prepared to make your first batch. As always, I don’t sell my grains or scobies, but will give them away.

We will go over general guidelines to eating healthy. Topics will include homegrown probiotics, fermented foods, and our body’s need for fatty acids. We will also discuss how to make healthy tasty alternatives to replace foods that we need to eliminate from our diets. Of course, you can expect me to fuss a bit about white table salt (poison) and artificial sweeteners (poison) … but I will give you healthy alternatives! In fact, I will give you an opportunity to taste them.

NOTE: As lagniappe we will have choice of at least 10 amazing teas and kombucha to drink during the workshop, and we will talk about and taste a recipe made with coconut oil. If you want milk kefir, water kefir or a kombucha scoby, remember those are available according to my supply. That being said; If you ask in advance, I should have some milk kefir grains and maybe some kombucha ready to give away on the day of the workshop.  As I always give away kefir and kombucha for free. If you need an interpreter, please request an interpreter immediately: specify the language needed.

Don’t worry, if you accidentally kill the kefir I have given you, I will always be glad to give you more.
If you are interested in attending this workshop, please reply to this e-mail and let me know you plan to go so I can hold your seat.  Feel free to invite your friends, just make sure you inform me, so they are added into my headcount.:)  I am looking forward to seeing you there. Seize the day!!!  Barbara

seizethedayz.blogspot.com
http://bblovas1.wix.com/healthy-homemade-#
To see a video of what kefir looks like while u are making it, go to my Youtube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3UXqd9R4R8&feature=player_embedded.

This workshop is sponsored by CBBDC  at http://www.neworleansdeafchurch.org and co-sponsored by New Orleans Sign Language Services at http://www.neworleanssignlanguageservices.com

DEAF DEAF WORLD Tuesday, Sep 1 2015 

The Deaf Church presents

DEAF DEAF WORLD

“Step into a Deaf Deaf World!!! Where the language is American Sign Language and the culture is the Deaf culture.”

October 17, 2015

10am — 4pm

Canal Boulevard Baptist Deaf Church

5320 and 5324 Canal Boulevard

New Orleans, LA 70124

http://www.neworleansdeafchurch.org/

The Deaf Church blog — https://bblovas1.wordpress.com

(Pay $15 at the door)

This workshop is a total immersion experience to Deaf world; dictated by Deaf culture, Deaf norms and Deaf modes of communication. Participant will not be allowed to use verbal communication. The participants in this workshop will participate in a silent total immersion experience. Once the participants enter all verbal communication is forbidden. Participants will sign up for a “passport,” an ABC chart, a small ASL dictionary along with a checklist of things to do while visiting Deaf Deaf World. The list of things to do will include shopping, going to the school, the DMV, the doctor, the school counselor, the bank or buying car insurance, etc. At the conclusion of the event there will be a debriefing in the form of an open forum discussion. Resources, and study aids will also be provided to participants.

.5 CEUs will be provided.

For more information:

Dr. Barbara Lovas at bblovas1@yahoo.com

504-722-2967 cell/text/facetime

This workshop is being co-sponsored by New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC

NewOrleansSignLanguageServices.com

We are thankful to the Lord for He is good!!! Sunday, Aug 30 2015 

We will show this video and Katrina before and after pictures tomorrow at the Deaf Church… then after service celebrate together the Lord’s Supper!

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you can also visit our website at  https://bblovas1.wordpress.com  and  at
http://bblovas1.wix.com/the-deaf-church-nola
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ReNew Orleans’s
Deaf Coffee Chat

August 20th, Thursday @ 6:30 til …
every 3rd Thursday of the month!
2014-09-18 20.01.22
Cafe Du Monde
4700 Veterans Blvd., Metairie, La 70006

check out pics of last Deaf Coffee Chat ReNew Orleans
if you need more info, contact
Barbara Lovas
bblovas1@yahoo.com
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Northshore Deaf Coffee Chat!!!
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Cafe DuMonde
70437 Hwy 21, Covington, 70433.
See you there, the 2nd Friday of each month!!! Go Northshore!!! :)

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 Free of cost!!!
ASL STUDY GROUP
asl 2
It is for all ages: hearing, deaf, deaf/blind, students, and also family members of the Deaf or those using sign language!!!
Beginners Level
Intermediate Level
Advanced Level
Intern Level
COST: FREE!!!!

Mondays, 6:45pm
5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124
(enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place)
Hope to see you there!!! Barbara
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Terrytown
Deaf Coffee Chat!!!
The 1st Saturday of each month
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September 5 at 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Starbucks (Gretna, LA)
1199 Terry Pkwy, Gretna, Louisiana 70056
For more info, contact:
Joshua Cazabat Sr.
Elizabeth Mustard Cazabat
(504) 407-7761 Text/Call
See ya’ there!!!
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What’s happenin’at the Deaf Church???
use this too
Julie Maucere
Will be baptized 8/23/15!!!

SUNDAY SCHOOL — 9:45am
FELLOWSHIP HALL – 5324 Canal Blvd (downstairs door, off Hawthorne Place)

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE — 10:45am
in BIG bldg facing Canal Blvd (5320 Canal Blvd)

WEDNESDAYS Bible Chat
at 7pm

WHERE: In Meeting Hall
5324 Canal Blvd (downstairs door, facing Hawthorne Place)

WHERE: In Large Church Building
5320 Canal Blvd (Church building, facing Canal Blvd. )

All are welcomed to attend. Come ready to chat about God and your
questions about the Bible. Bring your Bible, if you have one. If you

don’t have a Bible, we will give you one.
Sincerely, Pastor John Lovas
VP # 504 273 1152 
E-mail: jclovas@gmail. com

Church address: 5320 and 5324 Canal Blvd, N.O., LA 70124
for more pictures of the DEAF CHURCH click on “visit my group” on the left side
or the bottom of this page, then go to “photos or go to our website at http://
bblovas1.wordpress.com
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New Orleans Sign Language Kids
Presents
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Baby Sign Language Classes
All classes are taught by Deaf or Hard of hearing instructors. All proceeds are given to the Deaf and Hard of hearing instructors.
The parents will play games with their babies while learning 50 new ASL words together.  Each family will go home with a free online study plan to continue learning new ASL words while at home.
For more information:
Mary and Jennie nolasignlanguagekids@gmail.com
http://bblovas1.wix.com/nolasignlanguagekids
Jennie’s video phone number 985-590-5470

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DEAF COFFEE CHAT AT STARBUCKS IN SLIDELL!
WILL REPEAT EVERY 3RD SATURDAY OF MONTH
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LOCATED OFF GAUSE BLVD
(YOU CANT MISS IT, NEXT RUBY’S TUESDAYS)
STARBUCKS 796 E. I-10 SLIDELL SEE YOU THERE!!!
Hosted by Janet Green
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“Deaf Chat” in Marrero!
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on Second week Saturday every month @ 7 p.m.
1677 Barbataria Blvd, Marrero, LA 70072 (near McDonald’s)
Hosted by: Terri and Michelle Simoneaux

Email: Tsimoneaux1@ hotmail.com
Phone: 504-347-9967, Voice or VP
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Come join us
as we worship God in drama, song and poetry!!!
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Deaf Community Theater
All ages
Deaf or Hearing
Practices will be held at
8pm, Wednesday Nights
Canal Boulevard Baptist Deaf Church
5320 Canal Boulevard, New Orleans, LA 70124
Judy Williams, Playwright / Director

For more information:
Barbara Lovas at bblovas1@yahoo.com
504-722-2967 cell/text/facetime

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INTERPRETER MINGLES
Sign language interpreters have the opportunity to meet and mingle with other members of the profession. Whether you are an experienced interpreter or a novice fresh out of an ITP, this will be an excellent chance to make connections and learn from each other.
Elmwood Interpreter Mingle
Starbucks
5161 Citrus Blvd
Elwood Center North
Harahan, LA 70123-2346
1st Saturday of every month
TIME: 7pm – 9pm
(hosted by LRID)
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A msg from LAAD
Please join us for the Deaf Education Summit September 25-26, 2015 in Gonzales, LA.   Limited space is available so register soon. Online registration available

The Hot Air Balloon festival is the same weekend.  Come for the conference and enjoy the festival too!  Conference Hotel rates $99.95/night at the Clarion Inn Gonzales.
Coloring page for students.

See you at the Summit!!!
More info? Go to www.ILEEAD.org
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IMPORTANT RID NEWS!!!
August 9, 2015, New Orleans, LA – The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. (RID) Board of Directors announce a moratorium on all performance exam testing and credentialing until the outcome of the risk assessment on testing and certification is complete and a clear plan of action developed.
Click here to watch video https://youtu.be/Y6PM4a1tR7E
Those wishing to take an RID performance exam will have until October 1, 2015, to apply. Those who apply by the deadline will then have until January 1, 2016, to take the exam.
This announcement was made during the NAD RID Town Hall Forum, held in New Orleans, LA, during the 2015 RID National Conference program schedule.  The town hall was live streamed on RID’s website at http://www.rid.org/live/.
The RID conference is offering two additional live streamed events in which this subject will be address:
Sunday, August 9, 2015 during the NAD RID Certification Committee Forum Monday, August 10, 2015 during the President’s Report at the Business Meeting.
More information, including FAQs, will be developed and shared as soon as they are available. To view more details about the scheduled certification risk assessment, click HERE or go to rid.org and search “risk assessment” to access Interim Executive Director Anna Witter-Merithew’s video report explaining the rationale and process for the risk assessment.

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info shared by Jade
NEED HELP WITH SPEECH AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
FOR YOURSELF OR YOUR CHILDREN???
Crone Rehab here in Metairie for the summer help with speech and occupational therapy.  It’s usually covered by insurances.  All we have to pay is copayment.   They do offer different services for the disabled.
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http://www.classroominterpreting.org/eipa/standards/index.asp
EIPA Written Test and Knowledge Standards

Proctor for New Orleans, LA — EIPA Written Test and Knowledge Standards – Classroom Interpreting
Name: Barbara Lovas
Test Site: Woodland West Elementary School
2143 Mars Street
Harvey, LA  70058
Phone: 504-722-2967
Email: bblovas1@yahoo.com
Proctor Fee — $35.00
Registration Deadline Online registration must be completed at least 3 full business days prior to your test date. If your test will be paid with a purchase order through a third party agency or organization, you must register at least 5 full business days prior to your test date. For Purchase Order registrations, contact Misti Jensen Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CST) at 1-800-756-7920 ext. 7150 or via email at EIPA@bellevue.edu.
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a msg from Rebecca Gernon
A FREE TTY MACHINE
I know that most Deaf now use relay operators or VRS, but I have an elderly deaf friend who has a new TTY and telephone that she does not use. Her son had it, but he never used it. So, she would like to get rid of it. Do you know of anyone who could benefit from having a TTY? Please let me know so I can get it to you. (more info? reply to this e-mail)
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Do you need to know
Science ASL signs???
check out the article and click on the websites within the article. Enjoy
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/04/science/sign-language-researchers-broaden-science-lexicon.html?hp&_r=1&
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DEAF BAYOU e-news
Need more Deaf news??? Check out DEAF BAYOU e-news, please do not hesitate & feel free to contact the CEO/Editor Dan at DEAFBAYOU@gmail.com Dan Arabie
DEAF BAYOU Office
106 Dempsey Drive
Lafayette, Louisiana 70503-5610
Tele/Videophone: (337) 205-0076
E-mail: DEAFBAYOU@gmail.com
Visit us at http://www.deafbayou.com/
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FREE Online Public Charter Home School!!!
Louisiana Connections Academy
Louisiana Connections Academy (LACA) is a public charter virtual school that was approved by the Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education to serve grades K–12. The school accepts students from anywhere in the state.  http://www.connectionsacademy.com/home.aspx
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FREE!!!  ONLINE TOOLS TO HELP YOU CREATE
A RESUME to FIND A JOB
http://www.careeronestop.org/ResumesInterviews/ResumesInterviews.aspx
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A. A. Meetings Interpreted in American Sign Language

Boulevard Club
124 N. Jefferson Davis Parkway,
New Orleans, Louisiana
(at the base of Canal St.)

Volunteer ASL Interpreters will be provided at the Boulevard Club during these meeting times:
Mondays — 10:30am, Noon and 6pm
Tuesdays – 6pm
Wednesdays — 10:30am, Noon and 6pm
Interpreters are being provided for full access of information for Deaf and hard of hearing people who may benefit from the AA program. These interpreters are doing this as volunteers and are not being paid for their services.

For more info contact
Cell/Text 504-722-2967, E-mail Bblovas1@yahoo.com
http://www.NolaSignLanguageServices@gmail.com
Co-sponsored by Canal Blvd Baptist Deaf Church in New Orleans
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Free Deaf Bible
An ASL Video Bible App or Online for FREE

http://www.bible.is/deaf/ASESLV/Matt/1
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SUPPORT DEAF BUSINESSES
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1 on 1 ASL Tutoring (taught by Deaf and Hard of hearing)
Ask about us about American Sign Language tutoring
taught by the Deaf in our community. Support our local Deaf Community!!!
contact Barbara — bblovas1@yahoo.com
or 504-722-2967cell or text
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Digitech Security Company Digital Audio/Visual & Security Solutions FINALLY!!!
An Affordable Security System to Protect Your Home & Family CALL NOW TO SCHEDULE 504-242-2868
Digitech Security Company
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“Eye on the Square” Artsy and Unique things for your home and personal pampering 514 St. Peter St. NOLA 70116 504-259-7174
in the French Quarter (owned by Tariq)
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BABY ONE! Unique hand-selected specialties for baby Uniquely designed for the only baby shop in the square by Tariq — screen prints baby wear and baby designs for baby 930 Decatur St. NOLA 70116 (a few buildings away from Cafe DuMonde in the French Quarter) (owner Tariq) EyeontheSquare1@bellsouth.net
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ICD ELECTRIC specializing in Small Jobs extra lighting installed ballast change security lighting remodeling/addition s replace sockets troubleshooting AC/Dryer Circuits “I will do what the Big Electrical Co. won’t do”
Walter Rowel 504-273-1150
985-210-0331 VP #:(text msg only) icdelectric.com (website) walterrowel@yahoo.com discounts to Deaf
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Want a free Sorenson videophone?
It’s FREE! Visit the Sorenson VRS Website for more information. The Sorenson VRS Sales Team (also ask about nTouch!)
BBLovas1@yahoo.com

An Honor Given to the Deaf Church in New Orleans Website. We are proud to announce that The Deaf Church in New Orleans’ website has been honored, in that it has been featured on the list of 101 Quality Hearing Loss Resources for Speech Therapists. This website has been published today at OnlineSpeechPathologyPrograms.net. You can see the whole list here: http://onlinespeechpathologyprograms.net/hearing-loss-resources/

Thanks to all of the contributors in the Deaf Community who have made this possible!!!
Sincerely,
Barbara and John Lovas
The Deaf Church in New Orleans
(CBBDC)
visit our website at https://bblovas1.wordpress.com
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