Westmoreland Association of the Deaf
Welcome to the W.A.D. website
As you are aware, you are browsing to website of Westmoreland Association of the Deaf (W.A.D.). W.A.D. is an organization where you can socialize with old and new friends at our monthly gatherings. WAD hosts different events on the second Saturday of every month. we make sure you'll have a great time.
Deaf people, American Sign Language (ASL) students, hearing people, and more are welcome to attend to any event at WAD. Please feel free to be part of W.A.D. family. Hope to see you at the W.A.D. events often.
Please keep checking this website for all of our events and updated flyers. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the socials, website, committees for an event, and anything else. Go to the “Contact Us” button and email us your message. We appreciate your feedback and concerns. We will be sure to answer you back as quickly as possible. Come join us for a gathering and meet new friends, enjoy some food and play a game. We are excited about W.A.D. and can’t wait to meet you there!
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6th Annual Christmas Party - Nov. 29th
First Annual Happy New Year eve Party
(more detail coming soon)
We appreciate your feedback and concerns. We will be sure to answer you back as quickly as possible. We're looking forward to meeting you.
New place at Circleville VFD Hall
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WAD is looking for people interested in being a chairperson for an event or being part of an event committee. If interested please contact Harry Marchese, WAD president. Thanks
6th Annual Christmas Party - November 29th
Flash News - A message from Home Depot employee Jamie - CODA
I have a great opportunity that I would love to share with you and members of the local Deaf community. Home Depot in Greensburg is doing a free do-it-herself workshop on November 20th from 6:30-8:00 pm. Men are also invited! This workshop is different because they are hoping to bring in some members of the Deaf community. I will be available there as an interpreter for the event. People will have to register using the link below. It is really easy to do.