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The Northern Virginia Cued Speech Association is hosting a Golf Tournament on Friday, June 5th, at the scenic Ft. Belvoir Golf Course in Newington, VA. Proceeds will benefit Cue Camp Virginia, a family learning weekend for those who want to learn the Cued Speech System and much more.

Bring your friends out on a spring Friday afternoon and play 18 holes in a scramble format. Shotgun start is at 2:00 p.m. Cost includes greens fees, shared cart, practice balls and post golf dinner on the patio with beautiful sunset views. Sign up now for Early Bird discount! Complete information and registration are on the NVCSA website:

To contact the organizers, email Ron Mochinski at or Maureen Bellamy at Cued Language transliteration will be provided for group activities. Please email 10 days prior to request other accommodations. Donations and sponsorships are gratefully accepted. Hole sponsorships (starting at $200) go directly to the scholarship fund for families of preschoolers with hearing loss or language delays. Learn more about Cued Speech and the NVCSA at

Adult Beginner Classes Now Forming!

If you are the parent of a deaf child, a teacher, a babysitter, a relative, or are interested in working with deaf students in Fairfax County Schools, you are welcome to attend free classes to learn Cued American English. 

Introduction and First Class on
Thursday, October 2, 2014
*4:30-6:00 pm  OR  *6:30-8:00 p.m.
*Please indicate which session you prefer when registering 

Classes are held on consecutive Thursdays for 8 weeks.
Each session runs for 1½ hours.
These FREE classes are held at
Canterbury Woods Elementary School
4910 Willet Drive, Annandale, VA

What is Cued Speech?  Cued Speech is a visual system of communication which allows a deaf person access to the phonemes of a language. In Cued American English, the 40 phonemes (sounds) that combine to form all of the words in spoken English are represented with 8 hand shapes and 4 placements around the face. Cued American English is used with many deaf or hard of hearing students in Fairfax County Public Schools and throughout the United States to give them access to English and to promote language acquisition and literacy. For more details about Cued Speech, go to:

For questions or to register, please contact Beth Blair: or sign up on MyPLT (FCPS Staff only)