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Special event: Sunday, Feb 10, 2019 in Baltimore

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WNBA super-star, Tamika Catchings is with experts in sports and audiology at a free event in Baltimore on Sunday evening, Feb 10, 2019. Coaches, athletes of all sports, guardians, advocates should attend. More at Time.CLOH.org.

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Communication experts and a great sporting story by an inspirational athlete, Tamika Catchings, comes into focus at the special event hosted along with the medical meeting. Free admission. No RSVP needed. Show up. Tell your friends, coaching contacts, organizations and others about this opportunity. 

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