Mayor Miller will be joined by Toronto media personalities and local
government officials to launch Child Abuse Prevention Month
TORONTO, Oct. 5 /CNW/ -
WHAT: 4TH ANNUAL USE YOUR VOICE CHALLENGE
In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month in October, Mayor
David Miller, local media personalities, government officials and
the public will use their voices to speak up against child abuse
at the 4th Annual Use Your Voice Challenge.
Participants of this friendly challenge will speak as loudly as
possible into a decibel-measurement device to determine who has
Toronto's strongest voice against child abuse. Besides the
bragging rights, the winner will be awarded a trophy in
recognition of their talent and contribution to the cause.
Want to see what the hype is all about?
Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5twVcreJog to see
highlights from past Use Your Voice events.
Please join us for this exciting initiative in honour of a good
cause. All media are welcome to participate. You can make your
WHO: Toronto Mayor David Miller
Dr. Janet Morrison, President, Board of Directors, Children's Aid
Society of Toronto
Hon. Joseph James, President, Board of Directors, Catholic
Children's Aid Society of Toronto
Lyndsey King, former youth in care through Jewish Family & Child
Services of Toronto
Kate Dekok, Chief Audiologist, ListenUP! Canada
Toronto-area media personalities, including:
- Pooja Handa, Anchor, Weather/Traffic Specialist, CP24
- Colleen Rusholme, Morning Show Host, 97.3 EZ Rock
- Dwight Drummond, Anchor, CityNews at Five and Crime Specialist,
- Anthony Farnell, Meteorologist, Global TV
Toronto-area politicians, including:
- Michael Thompson, Toronto City Councillor, Ward 37, Scarborough
WHEN: October 6th, 2009 at 12 p.m.
WHERE: Trinity Square (located behind Trinity Church at the west entrance
of the Eaton Centre).
RSVP: Argyle Communications
Kyla Thoms 416.968.7311 x237 / Kristina Rikunova x234
SOURCE Children's Aid Society of Toronto
For further information: For further information: Event day contact: Kyla Thoms, (705) 571-3200; Kristina Rikunova, (647) 302-9819