Come see Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts 2014 crowned!
Admission is free!
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Massachusetts Hospital School
at the Finnegan’s Gym
3 Randolph St. Canton Ma 02021
disAbilities Expo 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Crowning Ceremony 3:00 pm – 4:00pm
Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts is NOT a beauty contest. Contestants are judged on their accomplishments, self-perception, and communication skills in the following:
• Personal Interviews
• On-stage Interviews
• Platform Speech
Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts Expo – Highlights
• Mobility Product Vendors
• Non-profit organizations
• General Vendors
• Meet current and former Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts Titleholders
Happy Father’s Day… I’ll be doing some motivational speaking at First Parish Unitarian Universalist in Canton this morning at 9:30 AM with my daughter alongside me… A happy Father’s Day indeed.
Worship service, starting at 9:30, with featured guest Remon Jourdan Remon is a musician, poet, DJ, father and motivational artist. His mission is to inspire others to “keep moving” in the face of adversity. His children’s book “Willie the Wheelchair” was published last month (copies will be available for purchase). Remon currently serves as a board member and spokesperson for Easter Seals Massachusetts and was recently recipient of the Boston Celtics “Hero Among Us” award. More information about Remon can be found on his website: www.reyality.com
Location: First Parish Unitarian Universalist in Canton, 1508 Washington St., Canton MA, next to Canton Police Headquarters.
I’m excited to walk in this year’s Easter Seals Walk With Me event and I want you to join my team, “The Cinnamon Rolls!”
Schedule: 9:00am check in; 10:00am start time Date: 6/16/2012 Location: Castle Island Description: 5K
Together, we’ll have a great time and help raise money for a good cause. Easter Seals provides families with disabilities the services and supports they desperately need. You can also make a contribution by simply donating to my team.
The distance we walk is not as important as the reason we walk: to spread hope and help make a positive difference in the lives of families living with disabilities in our community!
Click on the Web site below and visit my personal Easter Seals Walk With Me page to join my team today!
I will be giving the introduction for this event dedicated in the memory of Erik Brown.
Friday, May 11 | The Middle East Downstairs
Leedz Edutainment PresentsErik Brown “Eddie Bones of Skitzofreniks” Memorial Fundraiser
Featuring Checkmark of SkitzofreniksSlaineReksAkrobatik7L & EsotericN.B.S. and more18+ $15 – 100% Percent of the Profits will go to the family of Erik BrownTickets are $15 in advance and day of show 18+ Doors @ 8PM100 PERCENT OF THE PROFITS WILL GO TO THE FAMILY OF ERIK BROWN *** Advance ticket sales typically stop one hour before doors open day of show (at DAY OF SHOW price). Any remaining tickets will be available after doors open — CASH ONLY. Headliners always go on later than openers, and all set times are subject to change without notice. Set times are announced day of show, and are available by calling the Middle East Box Office — (617) 864-3278 — dial *(star)100 for a recorded listing, or ext. 221 for questions. VALID I.D. is required for entry to ALL 18+ and 21+ events. All ticket holders will be carded regardless of apparent age. NO I.D.= NO ENTRY, NO EXCEPTIONS. Ticket valid for 20% OFF your meal, day of show, at the Middle East!
I have just received confirmation that on Friday, May 4, I will be awarded the Boston Celtics’ “Hero Among Us” Award which honors individuals making an overwhelming impact on the lives of others. Following in the beautiful footsteps of friends like Nashira and Colleen. I just wanted to thank you all for the constant support and inspiration that fuels me to keep trying to make a difference.
Here it is… My first children’s book. Thank you for all the support (physically, emotionally and financially) that went into making this a reyality and a reality.
“This beautifully illustrated book introduces readers to Willie and his new family; the Everest’s, who adopted Willie. However, Willie doesn’t feel he fits-in and frankly has trouble adjusting to his new surroundings. Willie later learns that he has a very special purpose and this discovery leads him to realize how it was his own thinking that brought about feelings of isolation.” – Wiggles Room Blog