Getting ready to present on 'forgiveness' next week to hospice volunteers. I am so excited ... new material and stories to share. I love doing this work.
In April, I presented on "Art as Inspiration for Forgiveness" for the Avila Institute of Gerontology.
Fifty two (52) people attended to learn about the science, spirituality and art around forgiveness. It was a very inspirational couple of days; amazing people doing great work in this world.
The flyer is attached. FABULOUS!!! All the way around ...
In a worldwide competition, the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP) bestowed its Gold Award to the Monarch School of New England for creating one of the top 2015 annual reports. “We are really thrilled with this award,” said Cynthia Tokos, the school’s part-time marketing director. “By telling stories, the report shows off our students and the adults in their lives who help them contribute to the world in meaningful ways. It’s about how together, ‘We Can.’”
The League of American Communications Professionals supports, recognizes and advances excellence in professional communications. This year’s LACP annual report competition comprised almost 1,000 organizations, representing 25 countries in a tough, highly contested competition.
The Monarch School of New England scored 98 out of 100 points, with judges’ commenting on the report’s “superb” level of creativity that supported its “exceptional clarity in communicating this year’s key messages.” This award places the Monarch School of New England’s “We Can” report No. 59 in the “Top 80 Annual Reports in the Americas Region.”
More information at: http://www.lacp.com/2015vision/awards-annual-report-competition-monarch-school.htm
The Monarch School of New England serves students with significant disabilities, ages 5 to 21.