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 January Activities  
Join us for our Wintery Potluck/Dingo event
on January 18, 2002. Click above for more info.
Breaking News
Buyer of Wyndholme Village says he
may sell to bidding rival!
 A Step Back in Time...  
This is a letter Jim Lancelotta wrote back in 1995 when he introduced the deaf community to what he wanted to achieve with Wyndholme Village.
Welcome to the Wyndholme Village Website.
Enjoy your visit!

     Wyndholme is a breathtakingly beautiful, private community designed for deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing people, age 55 years and up.  As you navigate through our website, you will see why people are visiting Wyndholme Village and signing up to live here.  Phase I consists of 108 residences that are under construction.  When the community is finished it will have over 930 residences.
     Wyndholme offers 24-hour security, individual emergency response systems and an around-the-clock, 7 days-a-week staffed gatehouse, lobby reception area, theatre, hotel rooms, transportation and much, much more…and best of all, Wyndholme provides the full benefits of ownership.  Wyndholme is truly a community that offers a wonderful lifestyle and everything that you may ever need.

Come and visit Wyndholme Village soon!

Gallaudet University
     The mission of Gallaudet University is to serve as a comprehensive, multipurpose institution of higher education for deaf and hard of hearing citizens of the United States and of the world.
National Association of the Deaf
     Founded in 1880, NAD safeguards the accessibility and civil rights of 28 million deaf and hard of hearing Americans in a variety of areas including education, employment, health care and social services, and telecommunications.
     The purpose of the Maryland Association of the Deaf, Inc. (MDAD) is to safeguard, maintain and advance the civic, educational, and social welfare of people who are deaf and hard of hearing in the State of Maryland.
     Organizations and professionals dedicated to promoting the dignity, self-determination, and well being of older persons.