Different perspective from people’s camera.
FYI, the previous YouTube video that we posted last night was removed due to technical issue. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you, and we appreciate your understanding as we continue to improve our ISDAA website.
The video is a pretty long, 31 minutes long but worth to watch it. Enjoy.
For people who went to ISDAA 175th Anniversary Reunion last weekend, please send the pictures/videos to email@example.com. We have no rights to take your pictures from your Facebook album. We got some but want more. How many pictures? It does not matter how many times you took, it can be one or 100 pictures. Also, your name will be credit in the end of the video.
Please share this video to your family/friends who went to ISDAA 175th Anniversary Reunion.
Thanks in advance.
ISDAA’s new officers for 2014-2019
President: Susan Dramin-Weiss ’85
Vice President: Charles Bright ’72
Secretary: Deloris Summers ’84
Treasurer: David Gurley ’73
Auditor at Large: Tom Chance
Report from President Susan Weiss:
Hello! I am introducing myself as Susan, ISDAA president. Thanks for voting me as ISDAA president. I feel honored and am looking forward to serving the alumni for the next 5 years.
I want to thank Bob Dramin for his excellent job as chairman and his committee for the great 175th reunion last weekend. The reunion was so successful with over 450 attendees. It was so good to see old and new friends.
I am looking forward to working with the officers and I believe in TEAMWORK!! Also, I am working on appointments of standing committee as we will post for some vacant positions.
You will hear more from us in late July with the posting of the filled committee positions if any.
If you are interested to be on the committee, please contact me!!
I am on vacation till late July.
Enjoy the summer.
Susan Dramin-Weiss, ’85
Some of you may not know this. Sorry for not telling you in person. Word has gotten around that I will be going to the Marshall Islands to volunteer for one year and some of you have asked how you can help. Well, here is a way! :).
First, I will be teaching Deaf children between 3 to 5 years old and setting up an Early Intervention program there. The school itself is fairly new, only 4 years old and they serve Deaf children up to high school. Before 4 years ago, Deaf children did not receive an education at all, so that is progress.
I am collecting donations to buy books and DVD’s related to literacy for the children there because they do not have as much stuff as we do here in America. Please see the website for more information. You can donate on the website, through the mail or in person.
The website is: https://www.youcaring.com/suzyteachrmi
I will be working with a 501c3 non-profit organization called World Teach.
Suzy Long, ’98