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Old 09-04-2007, 09:32 AM   #1
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I have stumbled across a Great Charity that helps hearing impaired kids. What this charity (ICODA, aka The International Center on Deafness & the Arts) does for the kids is amazing. They have theater programs, art classes, summer camp, after school programs and the list just go on and on. Best of all they don’t only help hearing impaired children but offer their facilities and classes to hearing kids and adults as well.

Check Out Their Raffle
(ICODA Charity Bash,

They are RAFLLING OFF a NEW HARLEY , a BENTLEY!!!! WOW There's lots of other prizes too. And the odds are sweet 1 in 19 wins a prize. I’ve been told the $$$ goes to build a new state of the art cultural center and theater for the Deaf kids.

I’m Helping Them, Will you...?

I figure why not, i might even win something. Pass along the information to your E-mail List. Thats helping, Right?

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Old 09-04-2007, 10:22 AM   #2
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I was tempted to can this post as Spam but I checked out ICODA and it looks legitimate (but judge for yourself.) Plus I'm deaf myself, so . . .
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Old 09-04-2007, 10:36 AM   #3
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Thank you for taking a look at the web site. After seeing a performance by the deaf children this past weekend here in chicago, i just had 2 put a post up and let everyone know about the charity and their raffle.

when i was watching them dance to music and perform skits, their hearing loss seemed invisible. One would not think they are deaf. They such an amazing job.

Once again, it means so much to me that you took the time to check out the web page.

thank you.
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