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At our first Fall meeting, September 25th, we had the pleasure of a presentation by Keith Rashid, the March of Dimes tour coordinator. In order to illustrate the variety and scope of trips organized by the MODC he told us about some exciting trips coming up and some outstanding ones from the past.

SInce Keith had organized and participated in some great trips for our chapter he entertained us with a video of pictures he had taken.

Click on the start button at the lower left to play the video.

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Updated: Jul 4, 2019

Our Stroke Recovery Burlington 2019 Walk 'n Roll was a huge success. Thank you to everyone who helped organize, participated with the online donations, or made a donation.

Everything went very smoothly and we were blessed that the rain held off so we could walk

outside around the parking lot.

Mayor Marianne Meed Ward and all the rest of the city councillors were away at a conference

but she sent a beautiful letter that Andy read at the cutting of the ribbon. A few days before the event we received word that MP Karina Gould was coming. She brought her son Oliver to help cut the ribbon. Karina gave us a certificate of achievement for our work within the community..

After the walk a number of participants and guests went for breakfast at the restaurant CORA at 3455 Fairview St. for brunch .


The photos below were taken by Ginny Mattuzzi of SNAPD Burlington who attended our event. Her report appears in the July issue of SNAPD.

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On May 25th a number of our members enjoyed a day trip to Cambridge on a full MODC bus to see the stage play "Glory". The day included lunch as well as the theatre performance. Glory brings to life the inspirational and incredible true story of Ontario’s 1933 Preston Rivulettes women’s hockey team and proves that a woman's place is on home ice. A good time was had by all.

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