Ward 6 Anti-Drug Group To Meet Monday Evening The Ward 6 Substance Abuse Prevention Action Team, a citizens group working to discourage the use and sale of illegal drugs, will meet at 6 p.m. Monday at 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. All Ward 6 residents are invited.
For information, call 727-0668, ext. 36.
Tutors for Hearing-Impaired Needed Volunteer tutors are needed for a literacy project aimed at deaf and hearing-impaired youths and adults who need help with basic reading and writing skills. The project was developed in conjunction with Gallaudet University and the adult education office of the D.C. Public Library.
Training is provided to volunteers, who should have an understanding of deaf culture and know sign language. Volunteers with no signing ability can team-teach with a signer.
For an application, call Janice Rosen at 727-1616 or TDD 202-272-2255. Dunbar PTA Meeting Scheduled
The Parent Teacher Association of Dunbar High School meets from 6 to 8 tonight at the school, 1301 New Jersey Ave. NW, for a special update on student progress.
For information, call 673-7233. Free Vaccinations Offered
Free vaccinations, sponsored by the Office on Latino Affairs and the D.C. Commission of Public Health's immunization division, are provided to any District resident from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursdays in the third floor health suite of the Reeves Municipal Center, 2000 14th St. NW.
Immunization records are required, and minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Two bilingual volunteers are needed to interpret at clinic sessions.
For information or to volunteer, call Barbara Whitfield at 576-7128 or Carmen Robles-Gordon at 939-8765.
High School Photography Seminar
A free, one-day photo seminar for high school students will be presented by the White House News Photographers' Association and the Smithsonian Institution from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday in Carmichael Auditorium at the National Museum of American History, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW.
The seminar, designed to encourage teenagers to consider photography as a hobby or career, is open to any area high school student and will offer pointers on still photography and television news gathering.
Teachers, parents and faculty advisers are welcome.
For information, call 301-390-7936.