Presentation on theme: "T he Coronado Human Relations Commission Take My Hand, Coronado! Scheduled for March 29th through April 1, 2010 is excited about adding a powerful message."— Presentation transcript:
T he Coronado Human Relations Commission Take My Hand, Coronado! Scheduled for March 29th through April 1, 2010 is excited about adding a powerful message to our annual event (Click to move from slide to slide.)
“Blue Ribbon” Introducing the... (Click)
What is the “Blue Ribbon”? Please enjoy this short story. It will touch your heart! (Click) If you’ve received this slide show via , please view “Who I Am Makes a Difference” via YouTube...
“As a result of the world being harsh, adolescents have no choice but to be guarded and try to survive. This program gives kids a chance to become vulnerable and not feel judged. It gives us the power to make a difference and change the world.” Evelyn– 16 years old (Click)
The magic of the “Blue Ribbon”... What would it look like in Coronado? 3,500 teachers and students would be honored for making a difference... (Click) and would be given a “Who I Am Makes a Difference”™ Blue Ribbon... plus two other ribbons to ‘pass on’.
Let’s do the math for passing it on! 3,500+ 3,500 = 10,500 children, young adults and adults will have received the gift of a “Blue Ribbon”... some for the first time ever!... and positive acknowledgment (Click)
10,500 people will have been united and touched... most in ways you and I will never know! (Click)
How can we honor 10,500 people in our community? (Click)
We can... (Click) for $.33 per recipient!
Help us raise $3, The Coronado Human Relations Commission invites you to make a difference. to acknowledge 10,500 people! (Click) by February 15,
We invite you to be a and inspire Coronado! to support this effort (Click)
Using the enclosed form, your tax deductible donation can be made out directly to: and returned in the self-addressed envelope to: Deborah Schwartz, LCSW Chairperson Coronado Human Relations Commission th Street Coronado, CA (619) x5091 or (619) x4094 Difference Makers International, a 501(c)(3)! (Click)
Carole Tessicini Thank you! Or contact me if you have any questions: (Click)
In a minute or less you can change a life forever. (continue to Click) If you would like to learn more about the “Blue Ribbon” and the The Coronado Human Relations Commission
5.Make a Difference Where they Live, Work and Learn Will learn how to: 1.Acknowledge Worth and Importance of Self 2. Acknowledge Worth and Importance of Others 3.Express Emotions with Dignity 4.Cheer People on for their Contributions & Dreams (Click)
Inspire our community... and others! Decrease anger, apathy and alienation Enhance caring, compassion and cooperation Increase responsibility, productivity and pride Improve academic achievement (Click)
On April 1, “Who I Am Makes a Difference”™ will also be celebrated in other parts of the world, including: The Bahamas (100 schools) Shasta County, California San Bernardino, CA (Kayos Kidz) Pawtucket, Rhode Island (Click)
trustworthiness respect responsibility fairness caring citizenship (Click) “Character Counts” with the Coronado Human Relations Commission
The Coronado Human Relations Commission Dianne Story Baldwin, - Coronado SAFE Marie Balfour, Student Stacy Berman, Recreation Services - City of Coronado S. Samantha Bowman, Executive Director - Coronado SAFE Bill Cass, Principal - Silver Strand Elementary School Barbara Denny, Councilwoman - City of Coronado Dr. Jeffrey Felix, Superintendent - Coronado Unified School District Karen Finch, CEO - Coronado Chamber of Commerce Claudia Gallant, Lead Teacher - Coronado Village Elementary School Peter Harris, Principal - Sacred Heart Parish School Barbara Hill, M.S.W., Director - Coronado Response Group,CHS Captain Yancey Lindsey, Commanding Officer - Naval Base Coronado Kathy MacDonald, Teacher - Coronado Middle School Jay Marquand, Assistant Principal - Coronado Middle School A. Miko Peled, Chief Instructor,- Martial Arts America Linda Rahn, Director - Recreation Services - City of Coronado Nancy Roberts, Headmistress - Christ Church Day School Floyd Ross - Coronado Council of Churches Gabriel Salvatierra, Student Louis J. Scanlon, Chief of Police - City of Coronado Deborah Schwartz, L.C.S.W. - School Social Worker Susan Shirey, Parent Amy Steward, Teacher - Village Elementary School Mark Tafoya, Psychotherapist - H.E.L.P. Casey Tanaka, Mayor - City of Coronado Carole Dupuis Tessicini - Community Leader The Mission of the CHRC is to promote respect, understanding, and the peaceful resolution of conflict among and between youth and adults in the community of Coronado. Thank you, again!