ASLHC’s 60th Anniversary Celebration & Fundraising Event

Art work provided by:  Oscar E. Berninghaus (1874-1952) PUEBLO INDIAN WOMAN OF TAOS,
 1925 oil on canvas. Collection of the Albuquerque Museum,1985 General Obligation Bonds, Albuquerque High School Collection, gift of classes 1943, 1944, 1945 1986.50.2

My Horse is Restless. The Leaves Are Blowing.  “ A Baby Cries… Thanks To You, I Can Hear These Things. ”

 

 

 

 Art provided by: Oscar E. Berninghaus (1874-1952) PUEBLO INDIAN WOMAN OF TAOS, 1925 oil on canvas. Collection of the Albuquerque Museum, 1985 General Obligation Bonds, Albuquerque High School Collection gift of classes 1943, 1944, 1945 1986.50.2

on AUGUST 24, 2013

Albuquerque Speech Language & Hearing Center celebrated 60 years of helping New Mexicans of all ages and walks of life communicate with one another. Over the past 60 years we have been able to provide the necessary treatment to hundreds of thousands of people with speech, language, swallow or hearing disorders.

 We would like to thank everyone who attended this event and helped make it such a success. 

Your continued support has made treatment possible to so many.  For all the children who will be able to continue their speech therapy.   For all the adults who can continue working and supporting their families because they have the hearing aids they so needed, but could not afford.  

 

 WE THANK YOU