Kerry Deaf Resource Centre Update 22.09.14

NEW  LAY  CHAPLAIN  FOR  DEAF  COMMUNITY’S  DETAILS
We recently introduced John Patrick Doherty, our new Lay Chaplain for the Munster region.  We can now give you his contact details.  You can email him at: johnpatrick@ncdp.ie and his Mobile: (text only) 087 9062947

THANK  YOU  TO  STREET  COLLECTION  IN  CASTLEISLAND
We would like to extend a big thank you to all the volunteers and to those who donated to our Street Collection in Castleisland on Friday 12th September.  All money raised is very much appreciated and goes towards the overhead costs here in our Centre in Tralee.

INTERNATIONAL  AWARENESS  WEEK  OF  THE  DEAF  COFFEE  MORNING
As part of the International Awareness Week of the Deaf, Kerry Deaf Women’s
Group are holding a coffee morning at Kirby’s Brogue Inn, Rock Street,
Tralee, at 11 am on Monday 22nd September.  All men and hearing people are
very welcome to attend too.

Our best wishes to everyone involved in the International Awareness Week of
the Deaf across Ireland and to the group organising the Coffee Morning in
Tralee.

DEAF  VICTIMS  OF  CRIME  IN  IRELAND
Are you a member of the Deaf community who has been a victim of crime?  Did
you feel you were given access to the Gardaí and what were your experiences
in the courtroom?  Dr. Gill Harold is conducting research into Deaf victims
of crime in Ireland.  ISL will be provided and participants will be treated
in strictest confidence.

For information, please contact Dr Gill Harold, Centre for Criminal Justice
and Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University College Cork, Co. Cork.  Or you
can email: g.harold@ucc.ie

RETURN  OF  GYM  SESSIONS  AT  IT  TRALEE  IN  OCTOBER
Are you interested in improving your fitness?  The Institute of Technology
Tralee is re-commencing their gym sessions at the North Campus this autumn.
Classes start on Tuesday 8th October and held from 10 am to 11 am.  If you
are interested, please let us know here in the Centre on 087 6334687.

IRELAND  &  GB’s  FOOTBALL  TEAM  PLAY  FRIENDLY  MATCH  THIS  NOVEMBER
An 11 a-side international friendly match between Ireland and GB’s men’s
football teams will be played on Saturday, 1st November 2014.  The match was
suggested by a Team GB official who was interested in running a friendly
match for over 35s players.

Kickoff will be at 3pm at Deaf Village Ireland and a social event is planned
for the evening.  More information will to follow on the social event.

Players who are interested in being on the team for this match can contact
Martin Dudley at: martindudley54@gmail.com and for more information email:
lorelei@deafsportsireland.com

IRISH  WOMEN’S  FUTSAL  TEAM
The Irish Women’s Futsal Team are training hard for the 4th European Deaf
Futsal Championships this November and are seeking sponsorship to help raise
funds to cover the expenses of the trip.

If you are interested in making a donation, please follow the link below.
Any amount would be gratefully received by the players.

www.idonate.ie/fundraiser/31900_irish-deaf-women-s-futsal-team-s-fundraising
-page.html

SIGNED  PERFORMANCE  OF  CINDERELLA
CADA and Everyman Productions are providing a full sign language
interpretation of their Christmas pantomime on Friday 2nd January 2015 at
2pm.  Tickets are 26 euro or 90 euro for a family of four.  You can book
online at:

www.everymancork.com/2014/06/cinderella/

For group bookings: groups@everymancork.com

To choose your seat when making a booking, the interpreter will be on the
right side of stage, from where you sit.

For further information contact boxoffice@everymancork.com
or text: 086 172 5051

OUR CONTACT DETAILS:
Kerry Deaf Resource Centre.
4 Gas Tce, Tralee, Co. Kerry, IRELAND

Charity Number CHY20854

Text     (+353) 87 633 4687
Fax      (+353) 66 712 0386
Tel       (+353) 66 712 0399

E-mail       kdrc@eircom.net
Website    www.kerrydeaf.com
Facebook  www.facebook.com/kerrydeaf
Twitter       https://twitter.com/kerrydeaf

KDRC provides services to Deaf and hard of hearing people at county level
and contributes to national issues of equality, access and rights.