Signing With Love: Quilters from the Deaf Community

“People are beginning to realize that American sign language is a value added.”                    -T. Alan Hurwitz,Past President of Galludet College It all started in the hallway. My fourth grade students lined up in the cavernous entry to the school. Our classroom door opened on the opposite side of the…

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Wonderful Wednesday

“Everybody’s life looks better when you’re standing outside it, looking in, but that’s never how it really is. We all got good things and bad things…” –Torey Hayden, Special education teacher and author Homework Club exuded all the trappings of success. So it appeared on the surface. Fifteen students finished…

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Korean War Vets-Compassionate Soldiers

“I have often thought of the American Soldiers from the 326th Communication Reconnaissance Company who took care of us at the Manassas Manor Orphanage. I wanted to express my gratefulness.”                                                                                     -Eddie Cho, Korean orphan Difficulties in childhood prepared the men sent to Korea in 1950 for hardships. Born…

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