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Sign Language Classes Offered
2006-09-27

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Deaf Communication by Innovation ( DCI ) , 1700 W. Irving Park Rd., the only deaf and gay-owned and -operated interpreting/multimedia agency in America, is offering American Sign Language classes. Students will build their sign vocabularies while becoming acquainted with aspects of deaf culture.

Monday classes will start Oct. 2; Tuesday courses will begin Oct. 3. Each session will last six weeks. Class size is limited to only eight students to ensure individual attention and training. The cost is $150.

Contact David Bareford at info@deafcomm.net or 773-857-7709.


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