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Posted by on Oct 7, 2015 in Love Letters, News | 0 comments

Fall 2015 Workshop

Fall 2015 Workshop

We can’t describe how excited we are to be hosting another public workshop in Edmonton! Come join us in an afternoon surrounding yourself in a room full of good music, delicious food, inspiring people and positive energy! You’ll have the chance to learn more about the project, Love Letters 2 Strangers, from its founder, Ashley Green as well as make your own letters that you can take back to your community/neighborhood! Challenge yourself to see what happens when you open yourself up to being an agent of change and ambassador for positivity in this world! (Plus, you get to play with all sorts of crafts.) 😉 Click here to get your tickets now! Related Workshop Event: Love Letters 2 Strangers Workshop Date: 11/08/15 Time: 1:00pm Venue: Cafe Tiramisu City: Edmonton , Alberta Address: 10750 124 St NW Country: CA Admission: FREE / $10 / Donation Age restrictions: Everyone Is Welcome! Register for Event Add to Google Calendar | Download...

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Posted by on Sep 22, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Saskatchewan Student Leadership Conference – Update

Saskatchewan Student Leadership Conference – Update

So….I’m back from what was an amazing weekend in Lloydminster at the Saskatchewan Student Leadership Conference and I have so many things I want to update everyone on and share. First off, I am so incredibly grateful to be asked to be one of the speakers at this event. To be able to share the story of Love Letters 2 Strangers with over 1,000 students and teachers from all over Saskatchewan was such a privilege. Secondly, I am so inspired by the leadership, kindness, creativity and passion that these young leaders have. These students are (and will continue to) change lives. Above: The Gym filling up with hundreds of students from all over the province. I was able to do four breakout sessions to share more stories and allow students to make their own letters and it was nothing short of awesome to see the enthusiasm for what I do being transferred to others.  There were a few moments while watching students write letters that I remembered how similar...

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