On April 1st I saw the Police Curling Championship held in the Town of Mount-Royal in Montreal, Quebec. The charity of choice that they chose was the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada. All the money that was raised is being sent to the Foundation as well as the money from the silent auction.
There were many guests there as well, such as Cathy Wylie, TSFC National President, the Chief of Police, the Mayor of the Town of Mount-Royal and bagpipers. It was a beautiful event to be at.
Here are some photos of the event:
Bio: Anita Sadori is 22 years old. She was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome at the age of 7, and is excited about getting more involved with the TS cause. She thinks it’s great that there are people out there helping to raise money for an amazing cause. You can follow her personal TS blog at: http://blogtourette.wordpress.com.