CPM Baker Sign Language

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Students Shelly Wilson, from left, Chrissy Klotz, and Melissa McGhan communicate using sign language inside the Interpreter Training Program lab at Baker College in Muskegon Wednesday. All three are second year students in the program. Wilson and Klotz are from Hudsonville, and McGhan is from Muskegon. Wilson said learning sign language is complicated. “I learned Spanish and sign language is harder,” she said. “The Deaf community is awesome,” Klotz said. “It’s a different culture.” (Date shot- 2/25/09)

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