IAD to host auction ~ fundraiser

We have a fundraiser Auction for IAD in Gooding on Saturday, January 18. This is a call for donations to bring to IAD Board meeting on Friday, Jan. 10 in Nampa even if you can’t stay, please contribute something. See vlog for what items you can donate

to view video, please click on the link   http://youtu.be/9pN17CyMCiM

Also IAD is hosting IAD contest.  Its time for a new logo for IAD.  For more information, click here

IAD will be having their board meeting on Friday, January 10th 1:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m.   2221 West Karcher Road, Nampa, ID 83651

Everyone is welcome to attend the Board meeting.  We encourage all who are on committees to come.  Joanna Roquel Brewer Wilson has offered her clubhouse for our next IAD Board meeting.  The sign says galway turn on that and then turn right see club house Joanna will help with the parking situation so its not a problem. Manager told her what to do with parking. Joanna needs to know how many are coming to meeting.
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Idaho Deaf Youth Progam is in full swing once again!

Idaho Deaf Youth Program (IDYP) is the main name for our program and the person(s) that become our leaders will be called Idaho Deaf Youth Representative(s) (IDYR).

IDYP will soon be under Idaho Association for the Deaf. Once they have established everything and get things moving, IDYP will be moving the website under IAD’s website. IDYP is excited about the new change. Many new things will be happening w/ IDYP and IAD. IAD has elected new board members. Alan Wilding, IAD President, Keith, Vice President, Stefanie Saltern, Secretary, Raymond Lockary, Treasurer, and Kristi is our Auditor. They will do great things for IAD and for our deaf and Hard of hearing community. When IDYP is under IAD’s wing, it’ll allow IAD to help IDYP to obtain grants and donations and they can be used as a tax write off. IDYP hopes to build youth camps to build future leaders of tomorrow.

Please keep checking back to see any updates.

IDYP is currently accepting applications for potential contestants for our 2015 contest. If you are wondering if you can apply, please see “All About IDYP” and it’ll answer your questions. There is a application for you to fill out and emailed to missdeafidaho@gmail.com.

UPCOMING EVENTS
IDYP will be at the upcoming Idaho Deaf Awareness Day in Boise, Idaho. Check out the flyer for more information.

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**UPDATE NEWS**

Idaho Deaf Youth Directors (IDYD) have decided and voted to postpone the 2013 Idaho Deaf Youth competition until 2015. We wanted to be better prepared for the new format that NAD has set forth for the 2014 competition. We will be focusing on fundraising and educating the community about our program.

IDYD will be working hard to establish our first fundraising event during the IAD convention which will be August 2nd-4th in Gooding, Idaho.
If you want to help us out, please go to our “volunteer link” and check out the positions that need filling!
stay tuned...

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~ Welcome to 2013 ~

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Its time for Idaho Deaf Youth Committee to begin recuiting potential contestants for our upccoming competition. Idaho Association for the Deaf (IAD) will be having their convention in August and Idahy Deaf Youth Competition will take place at the same time.

If you are wondering if you can be an contestant, {click here}

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Holiday Bazaar

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Saturday, November 10, 2012  11:00am until 5:00pm in MST

3730 North Linder Road, Meridian
2013 Bazaar hosted by Boise Valley Deaf Club and Idaho’s Deaf Youth Commitee (former Miss Deaf Idaho) sponsored by IESDB. Sawtooth Middle School CafeteriaWe will have a lunch booth as well. Come one, come all! Bring your family and friends. Booths are $25.Contact Sarah Frasier at Lindenreb2005@gmail.com
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NAD new format…

http://www.nad.org/blogs/admin/changes-horizon-youth-national-ambassador-program

Deaf or hard of hearing men and women, between the ages of 18 and 30, from anywhere across the nation, can compete to represent the NAD as one of the Youth National Ambassadors!

To compete in the Youth National Ambassador Program, you must be: *Deaf or hard of hearing *Between the ages of 18 and 30

If you’re interested in becoming a contestant, there are five all-new rounds in the Youth National Ambassador Program: 1. You need to submit a 2-minute video that focuses on an social issue you’re passionate about, 2. You must undergo a 48-hour Challenge and create a Blueprint, 3. You will encounter a series of challenges as part of the NAD Conference that will test your skills, 4. You will go head-to-head with other contestants in “The Battle,” and 5. You will explain how you will put your dream into action in front of a live audience at the NAD Conference!

The Youth National Ambassador Program Finals will take place in 2014 at the NAD Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Stay tuned for more announcements and updates coming your way this fall!

Our committee will vote for our best winners and they will represent Idaho during their reign even if NAD doesn’t choose Idaho to be involved in the 2014 NAD Conference.

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