Friday, 5 May 2017

MOMS are Magnificent in Mississauga this afternoon

Happening This Afternoon in Mississauga
Mothers of Magnificence - honouring 100 mothers
Pre-Mothers’ Day Event

For immediate release: On Sunday afternoon, May 7th, Smile Sharing will be holding a one-of-a-kind pre-Mother’s Day event at the Mississauga Convention Centre with Judge Pamela Appelt and comedian Jay Martin.The inaugural afternoon event is a reception to celebrate and acknowledge the sacrifice and the commitment of women nominated by their families, schools, faith and community organizations.

“We are recognizing 100 women who have lived out an exceptional example of motherhood and are community minded individuals helping to build and nurture those in their local and wider society,” explained Smile Sharing organizer Mark Taylor. The organization was established in 2014 to create projects that support and build strong communities.

Where:         Mississauga Convention Centre, 75, Derry Road West, Mississauga, L5W1G3 (Derry and Hurontario)
What:           This event celebrates and acknowledges the sacrifice and the commitment of women
Who:            Smile Sharing, Judge Pamela Appelt, Jay Martin
When:          Sunday May 7 4-7pm

Background for the Media: MOM Stories

Two of the nominations received by the organizer who you will meet on Saturday

Tanya Hayles

Event planner by day, Founder of an online group for black mothers focused
on issues tha timpact us. She provides excellent content daily whether she is highlighting blogs, sharing resources, financial topics etc. Just an all around awesome mother with so much to offer to us and the world.

Meghan Fraser

Written by Maya Wilmot: My Grandma is one of the strongest, most courageous,
most intelligent, person I've ever met. She came to Canada over 45 years ago,
looking for a better life with her husband and children. Life was good until my grandfather passed away. At the age of 47 my grandmother went back to school and became the best Lab Technician, while working two jobs. After her husband died she had to raise 5 kids on her own, she had to adapt to her new situation, and she adapted well she raised my 3 uncles, my aunt and my mom, and she did a pretty good job at it too. For over 28 years she worked very hard at her
job, and has helped so many people though out the years. When I say, my Grandma is the best Lab Technician, is because she is like a superstar to her patients. Every year at Christmas, she receives many gifts and when her patients see her out and about they give her hugs and appreciation for how gentle she is with them. She is an amazing mother, grandma, sister, and friend to everybody she meets. This is why I would like to nominate my Grandma as a Mother of Magnificence recipient.


The Media is invited to Attend

Please contact:

J. Henry
Event Coordinator
(647) 891-3239