Thursday, March 10, 2016

MS eNewsletter article

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My personal disability is Multiple Sclerosis which is why I have a particular soft spot for the MS Society Naturally enough they track developments in the disability field and not-so-naturally I failed to pick up this article about the Disability Awards last December.

Behind this lapse of attention on my part lies the question of how to pick up on stuff. Parks Victoria do a very good job - they pay a media scanning firm and most of my tips come from them, via Tanya Smith (thanks Tanya!)  If you, dear reader, come accross something please do let me know via the email link on the front page of the blog.

You can read the article by clicking on the picture.

If you are a Facie, here is a chance to Like the MS Society page:

3 comments:

  1. Great article and a testament to Dave and Ros for their work in promoting all things trailrider. One name that is missing is John Kenwright of parks Victoria who has been the driving force within parks Victoria for the disability projects mentioned in the article.

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  2. Great article and a testament to Dave and Ros for their work in promoting all things trailrider. One name that is missing is John Kenwright of parks Victoria who has been the driving force within parks Victoria for the disability projects mentioned in the article.

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  3. You are so very right, Rodney! John Kenwright should be our next Aussie Saint .... or Knight....or Victorian of the Year ..... Or SOMETHING that honours his efforts to make our National Parks accessible to people with disabilities.
    The other two names missing from the article are Joanne Brooke and Rodney Brooke, without whom Dave and I could do nothing for the TrailRider project. Just saying....

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