Mat-Su Sertoma is a non-profit membership organization whose purpose is to support hearing health in the Mat-Su Valley through education, hearing testing and support of services that assist individuals with deafness and hearing loss.
Please support the Mat-Su Sertoma club by joining, donating, or participating in our annual fundraiser, the Mat-Su Polar Plunge.
Meet Alyssa Akers, a Colony High School student who was born deaf. With encouragement from her teacher, Sally Hoople, Alyssa entered an essay entitled ‘How has technology changed the world for the deaf and hard of hearing?’ in the Mat-Su Sertoma Club’s Summer Camp program. The club’s new program was sending the lucky winner of the essay contest to … Read more
Our guest speaker at the upcoming April 6, 2017 Mat-Su Sertoma Membership meeting will be Annette Callies, Early Hearing Detection & Intervention Program Manager with the State of Alaska Department of Health & Social Services. We are so excited about her presentation. Not to be missed!
The 10th Annual Mat-Su Polar Plunge being held at the Palmer Elks Lodge on Bogard Road on Saturday February 25, holds special meaning for our Mat-Su Sertoma Club’s Charter President, Paula Nance. Paula will be taking the Plunge in 2017 in memory of her father, who passed this last April. When Paula’s father, William Tharp Nance was just a … Read more
Please join us in March for a special guest speaker, Ann Curry – Director of the Alaska State School for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing.