TJ COMPUTER SERVICES.
We would like to send our best wishes to Trevor Jones who worked with us as
a Technical Officer for 4 years. Trevor is hard of hearing and is now in the
process of setting up a new service called “TJ COMPUTER SERVICES”.
Trevor’s new service will provide: PC and Laptop Repair, Virus and Trojan
removal, Laptop Screen repairs, Laptop Board Repairs, Broadband set-up
(permanet.ie, eircom etc).
The new service aims to complete all repairs within one working day. It will
specialise in anti-virus/anti-spyware programs including spam protection as
well as wireless and wired networking solutions. In addition to repairs, it
will also provide computer sales. If you would like to find out more or to
enquire about repairs costs, you can email tj-computer-services@hotmail.
or text/call 083- 3815140.
BULLSEYE BOOK AND GIFT CLUB.
Our Book and Gift Club is back for the first time in 2013. We have a range
of items on display in our office if you would like to view before
purchasing. The following items can be ordered before the 22nd of February:
30 handcrafted cards in a gift box- 18 euro.
4-book set of nursery rhymes- 7 euro.
Dairy cookbook- 8 euro.
Knitted wild animals book- 8 euro.
Magnetic memo board- 10 euro.
Cake storage 3 piece set- 12 euro.
2013 diary with a key lock- 8 euro.
Pop up food covers- 8 euro.
5 piece bowls with lids- 9 euro.
Quick and easy chocolate and baking book- 6 euro.
Guardian angel (boxed)- 10 euro.
24 pencils and erasers pack- 8 euro.
Granddaughter bracelet- 8 euro.
Daisy jewellery making kit- 8 euro.
OFFICIAL OPENING OF DEAF VILLAGE IRELAND (DVI)
We would like to send our best wishes to DVI, as they will be celebrating
their official opening on the 4th of March.
There will be a variety of events planned, with more details to follow over
the coming weeks. Minister Leo Varadkar and Archbishop Dermot Martin (among
others) will officiate the event, which starts at about 10am. A number of
fun events will run throughout the day culminating in a Ceile in the
evening. DVI is aware that being a Monday, it could be a bit tricky for
people in work or school to get away, which is why the evening events might
allow more people to help them celebrate the opening.
More details will be available on their website at www.deafvillageireland.ie
or on their Facebook page- search for Deaf Village Ireland.
TENDER TO DEVELOP NEW WEBSITE FOR SLIS.
The Sign Language Interpreting Service has issued a tender for the
re-development of their website. If you or anyone you know has an interest
in developing websites and would like to tender for the job, the closing
date for receipt of tenders is Wed 13th of March.
The tender has gone has gone live on the E-tenders website at
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THE AMBO RAMBLE CYCLING FUNDRAISER.
The Ambo Ramble is a 120Km Cycle Event, which will be held on the 30th of
June. The aim of the Cycle is to raise funds for The Ethiopian Deaf Project,
which recently opened a school for the deaf in Ambo, Ethiopia. The event is
being run in con-junction with Kilgrew Cycles
Registration for the event is now opened. To register go to
Click “sponsor me now”. Enter the amount 30euro. In the message box type
“registering” if you intend to participate in the cycle or type “donation”
if you want to leave a donation of any amount. You can also place a check in
the box underneath if you want the organiser to see your name- this is
important if you are registering to cycle on the day. Otherwise, leave it
unchecked if you are leaving a donation and you want to remain anonymous.
Lastly, you follow the steps thereafter to input your credit card details.
OUR CONTACT DETAILS:
Kerry Deaf Resource Centre
4 Gas Tce, Tralee
Mobile (text): 087 633 4687
Fax: 066 712 0386
Tel: 066 712 0399