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From:  Valerie Sutton
Date:  Thu Feb 18, 1999  9:08 pm
Subject:  Re: Something different to share


On Thu, 18 Feb 1999, James Womack wrote:

>Everybody forget the whole thing.
>
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> , ,
> o/ James Womack \o ,
> <| Don't mince words |> __o/
> / > Say what you really think! < \ __\__

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Hi James - Not only do I like what you said, but I love your signature...
are those little stick figures? They look like little cheer leaders. They
are adorable and look very much like DanceWriting!

Yesterday I sent four copies of the SignWriter Computer Program, one copy
of the Lessons In SignWriting Textbook and also the Lessons In SW Video
Series to the Community College of South Nevada (CCSN) where James is
presently a professor. Each computer program package comes with a
three-ringed notebook with five manuals. I print each manual myself, punch
the holes, create the covers and put the books together. They are "hand
made" books and a real labor of love. And now they are even printed in
color with my trusty color printer :-)

I am wondering if it would be possible to share some of those materials
with the Las Vegas community? Would the college let schools with Deaf
children borrow or use the books and software? I have received several
requests for free materials from groups in Nevada, and we are out of
funding at this time to help them. Meanwhile I know it takes time for the
college to use the materials, and it would be a shame to have them sit in a
corner unused for months at a time...just a thought...is this possible
James?


Valerie :-)

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Valerie Sutton

SignWriting

http://www.SignWriting.org

The DAC, Deaf Action Committee for SW
Center For Sutton Movement Writing
an educational nonprofit organization
Box 517, La Jolla, CA, 92038-0517, USA
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