A Toastmaster’s Journey To Make a Difference
A new "Support Local Centre Wellington” sign can now be seen on both sides of the Trestle Bridge on Wellington County Road 18 in Aboyne! The Township of Centre Wellington's program encourages residents to shop local, and help support small business owners in overcoming the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Left Photo)
September 17 at 7:56 AM · Just heading to the trail starting my day with a smile! Do something today that makes you smile! (Photo Of Smile Cookie)
Bio: Neil Dunsmore DTM ia member of Centre Wellington Toastmasters. Neil is a Motivational Speaker at Neil Dunsmore and Associates. He actively presents motivational speeches at other clubs and venues.
Center Wellington Councillor Neil Dunsmore and Distinguished Toastmaster is embarking on a heart felt journey, to raise awareness for mental health issues in our community and across our country. He will walk from the Center Wellington Councillor Chamber’s in Elora to the Peace Officer’s Memorial in Ottawa, which is held this year on Sunday September 27th.
The total journey will be approximately 500 km and Neil's goal will be to keep a pace of 30 km a day.
Its Neil’s goal to not only raise awareness but to bring our community together and raise funds for the Cody Shepperd Project in support of their mental health initiatives.
September 23rd as Neil's journey continues we will update the post with new pics. Go Neil Go! You are making a difference!
Read more about Neil's personal story published in the Wellington Advisor