Tag Archives: Childhood Cancer Awareness

Jumping on the monkey bars in the playground, running around chasing bubbles and butterflies, catching fireflies, splashing in the water park or attending sports camp are normal things for kids …
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“It’s impossible,” said Pride “It’s risky,” said Experience “It’s pointless,” said Reason “Give it a try,” whispered The Heart!   I listened to my heart and here I am!  My …
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As I prepare for the final competition of the Miss Teenage Canada Pageant, I wanted to take a final opportunity to post about my Platform; Childhood Cancer Awareness. I don’t …
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“I don’t wanna be someone who walks away so easily I’m here to stay and make the difference that I can make Our differences they do a lot to teach …
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What do you know about Childhood Cancer? What do you know about what the kids diagnosed go through just to survive? Are you aware of the various types of childhood …
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Pageants tend to get a negative reaction when they are discussed with people who have a misconceived idea about what participating in a pageant is all about.  It is particularly …
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Have you ever stopped to think about kids affected with cancer?  Have you ever wondered what those little bodies go through?  Like many of us, I certainly didn’t.  I watched …
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DAY TWO of my MISS TEENAGE CANADA Pageant Journey My first full day at Miss Teenage Canada was nothing less than perfect! First thing we had a great breakfast from …
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A PARENT’S PERSPECTIVE My parents are both great and successful people who I love and admire with all my heart. They’re a helping hand when you need one, a smile …
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A Friend’s Perspective of a Childhood Cancer Diagnosis Friends are those great people you surround yourself with, the ones who you turn to when your spirits need to be lifted, …
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