Rosie
Maclennan

Canadian Olympic Athlete for Trampoline

Posts Tagged ‘Right to Play’

  • March
  • 1
  • 2013

I spoke in a recent blog about the power of talk, getting the conversation going and sharing your experiences with others. When you share your story wholeheartedly,  it truly touches people in a profound way. I witnessed the power of conversation and connection today and each time I am reminded of its value. Once again, […]

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  • October
  • 17
  • 2012

Firstly I just want to note- I have photos and have been trying to load them as best I can but cannot.. I promise to post more photos when I get back to Canada! When I woke up today, I think I was still processing the events of yesterday. Jumping right in does not give […]

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  • October
  • 16
  • 2012

After 18 hours of travel Glen, Jaime and I landed in Monrovia for a week long trip with Right To Play. Thank you to CIDA for providing the grant so we could go on this educational adventure. The trip has us doing a wide array of things so we get a true understanding of the […]

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  • February
  • 24
  • 2012

February 8th was Bell Let’s Talk Day. Although I am sure most of you have seen the advertisements with Clara Hughes, Bell Let’s Talk Day is a part of a $50 million, five year initiative by Bell that aims to facilitate access to resources, support andresearch in the field of mental health.Even though Bell Let’s […]

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