Overview and Missions:There are many organizations within the Masonic family. The basic Masonic Lodges are known as the “Blue Lodges,” and are what you will most likely easily access in your community. They can put you in touch with other Masonic organizations that may be able to help you, as Blue Lodge membership or a family member is required for admission to the other groups.
Executive Director: Joseph J. McNulty Address: 111 Middle Neck Road, Sands Point, NY 11050 Voice: 516-944-8900 TTY: 516-944-8637 FAX: 516-944-7302 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site:http://www.helenkeller.org Publication: The Nat-Cent News Editor: Dr. Robert J. Smithdas
5 surprising things treating hearing loss says about you
Are you brushing off a hearing problem because you’re afraid it might say the wrong thing about you? Well think again. Research shows that people with hearing loss who use hearing aids enjoy a better overall quality of life. In fact, you just may be surprised—and inspired—by these five things that treating hearing loss says about you:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Paul L. Winters Ph.D.\r\n139 North Main Street\r\nWest Hartford, CT 06106\r\nVoice/TTY: 860-236-4193\r\nFAX: 860-236-4163\r\nE-mail/booking info: email@example.com\r\nE-mail general info: firstname.lastname@example.org\r\nWeb site: http://www.ntd.org\r\nArtistic Manager: Aaron Kelstone\r\nNTD concentrates on artistic and theatrical professional development of deaf actors while touring in the United States and abroad. Also presents Little Theatre of the Deaf productions in schools, theaters, museums, and libraries.
Headquarters 300 D Street, SW Suite 801 Washington, D.C. 20024 Voice: 202-479-1200 TDD: 202-479-6674 Fax: 202-479-0735 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.ncoa.org A list of Regional Offices is also provided on the NCOA web site