Creation Museum Deaf Day 2010 is coming!

Who:

People who are Deaf

Deaf Volunteers

Deaf Pastors/Churches/Ministries

Sign Language Interpreters

When:

Monday, September 6, 2010 (Labor Day)

12-6 PM

What:

We are planning our first Deaf Day at the Creation Museum!  We will have sign language interpreters in the theaters and at various key places in the museum to help our guests who are Deaf have a great experience.  We will also offer Buy One Get Free admission for Deaf people and their immediate families that day.

Want to help?

If you are Deaf or are a qualified sign language interpreter and would like to help, we need you!  We need volunteers to help make the day memorable for our Deaf guests!  We need Christians who love to serve the Deaf community and who agree with the Answers in Genesis Statement of Faith to help answer questions that Deaf guests may have, interpret in three theaters and for live presentations, help out in our bookstore and café, and more.

We invite volunteers for the Deaf Day to come tour the museum in advance (date TBD), have lunch on us, discuss the specific needs, and determine where you would fit in best.  Volunteers will also receive free lunch in our café on September 6th, when they come to help out for Deaf Day.

Complete a volunteer application (and see the Statement of Faith) on our website.  Click on the blue Volunteer Application link on the left.  On the application, under “Availability,” please indicate that you want to volunteer for the Deaf Day.

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