Quota International of Andover Offers a Story Time for Children in Sign Language

Members of Quota International of Andover will be hosting a Story Time, for children ages 4-10, at the North Andover Steven’s Memorial Library on Saturday, March 19, from 1:00-3:00 pm. Sign language interpreters will be on hand to sign a selection of children’s books along with the Quota members who will be reading a variety of story books. Many children are interested in learning sign language at an early age and this is a wonderful opportunity for them to learn sign language in a comfortable setting. Refreshments will be available.

The service mission of Quota International focuses on deaf and hard-of-hearing persons and disadvantaged women and children. Together, local clubs provide hundreds of thousands of service hours and over a million dollars each year to help people in need in their own communities and worldwide. Many clubs provide scholarships for deaf persons or for students planning careers related to speech and hearing.

All are welcomed to attend. No pre-registration is required. Anyone interested in learning more about Quota International and the Andover Club may stop by to pick up information and to meet some of the members at the story time.

For more information on Quota service, visit www.wesharefoundation.org. To learn more about Quota International of Andover, contact June Braunlich, Membership Chair, junebraunlich@aol.com

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