Coming Up Fast
Willis Mann DSA2013Baltimore Public Relations Coordinator
Just think, two months from now, (August 21-27) the 12th Biennial Deaf Seniors of America (DSA) Conference will open at the Hilton Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland. If you have not already registered for this huge conference, now is the time to do it.
What’s so special about the Baltimore Conference?? For one thing, this conference will have twice as many workshops as any previous conference ever had. In fact, there is a total of 68 workshops approved. These workshops will cover many, many interesting topics that will make you want to attend more of them. No other conference has ever offered so much variety in their workshops, which tells you how hard the Baltimore committee has worked for the last 4 years.
Not only will this conference set a new record for the number of workshops, it will also set a new record for the number of exhibits. A total of more than 70 exhibitors will display their goods and/or services during the conference, and the exhibit hall will be packed with displays and people each and every day This is a show you will regret missing if you don’t come!
The Baltimore DSA Conference will also have wonderful entertainment shows, 21⁄2 days of tours, a Red Hat luncheon, and a Sports Luncheon, evening activities every day, a baseball game, events for groups with their own unique interests, and a gala banquet with entertainment on the last evening. There will also be a live auction on Monday, August 26th from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. There will be something for everyone.
It’s not too late to register. Go to our website, www. DSA2013Baltimore,org, and fill out the registration form and get it in the mail, NOW!! We’re looking forward to seeing you among the hundreds of other deaf seniors coming to Baltimore in August.
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