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Signing, Orientation and Media Workshop

Wednesday, May 13, 2009 06:33 | Roger Reed
Hi and happy to be back to blogging about my experiences with SWVBRC.
I have been really busy with the daily life tasks, business, family and many other additional efforts to bring about awareness and positive change for our Veterans. Recently San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn's Communication Director John Culea, conducted 3 communications workshops and seminars. As part of being a Learner I was able to participant in this valuable 3 part workshop on effective communications in business and the community. This series of workshops were videotaped by my wife Cece and I, they will be posted soon and other Veterans needing the training but unable to attend will hopefully benefit from the taping and web streaming of the workshops.
Special Note: John Culea is not only a NAVY Vet but a great guy that takes interest in Veterans Affairs and is frequently seen announcing the San Diego County Veterans Day Parade and delivering Proclamations on behalf of County Supervisor Horn. We value his contributions and look forward to having more workshops led by John.
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