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School for the Deaf Foundation’s Golf Tournament April 29

Monday, March 25, 2024

SULPHUR, Okla. – Four-person teams and hole sponsors are encouraged to sign up now for the Oklahoma for the Deaf Foundation’s Fifth Annual Benefit Golf Tournament on Monday, April 29.   

The tournament will be held at Dornick Hills Golf and Country Club at 519 Country Club Road in Ardmore.

Check in will be at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.

“OSD is tremendously grateful to OSD Foundation for their continued support for the students, such as field trips, educational opportunities, learning activities, summer camp program, scholarships for high school seniors and others throughout the school year,” OSD Superintendent Dr. Heather Laine said. “OSD Foundation is making a difference in the lives of our deaf and hard of hearing students.”

The donation for a four-person team is $1,000 and each hole sponsorship is $100.

OSD Business Manager Lynn Hickman will provide breakfast. Lunch will also be provided.

The OSD Foundation would prefer to have finalized teams by April 15th,

The Oklahoma School for the Deaf Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization overseen by an independent board of trustees, which funds OSD school programs and projects not funded by state or federal government agencies.

Those who wish to donate may mail checks payable to OSD Foundation to Attn: Marsha Cole, OSD, 1100 Oklahoma Avenue, Sulphur, OK 73086. For more information, visit or phone 580-622-4909.

Oklahoma School for the Deaf is a division of Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services.

OSD offers free comprehensive academic, extracurricular and outreach programs to deaf or hard of hearing students who live on campus four days each week, commute from home, attend summer school or participate in online programs. The school offers preschool Baby Bison programs at regional sites in Edmond and Sulphur, and partners with the state Department of Education on the early intervention Enriching Children’s Communication Opportunities program for parents of deaf children, ages three to six. OSD students communicate using American Sign Language and English and participate in sports, drama, leadership programs and academic teams. A total of 452,934 students participated in the school’s free online ASL training program in 2023. The school also provides free outreach services for deaf or hard or hearing students attending local public schools. These services include audiological, speech and language, and other assessments; in-service training programs; and recommendations for adaptations to the students' educational environments. OSD had a 100% graduation rate in 2022-2023. 


For more information

Jody Harlan, DRS Communications Director

Cell: 405-203-1318