Setting the bar high

Community Jun 25, 2014 Ancaster News

Giulia Cain, 13, of Lynden learned to ìSet the Bar Highî at the recent War Amps Ontario Child Amputee (CHAMP) Seminar in Burlington. Born a left leg amputee, Giulia attended the three-day seminar where she was shown how to adopt the seminar theme of setting the bar high and not letting her amputation be a barrier to living a full and active life.  Giulia received a CHAMP ambassador certificate for conducting an amputation awareness presentation for her classmates.

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Setting the bar high

Community Jun 25, 2014 Ancaster News

Giulia Cain, 13, of Lynden learned to ìSet the Bar Highî at the recent War Amps Ontario Child Amputee (CHAMP) Seminar in Burlington. Born a left leg amputee, Giulia attended the three-day seminar where she was shown how to adopt the seminar theme of setting the bar high and not letting her amputation be a barrier to living a full and active life.  Giulia received a CHAMP ambassador certificate for conducting an amputation awareness presentation for her classmates.

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Setting the bar high

Community Jun 25, 2014 Ancaster News

Giulia Cain, 13, of Lynden learned to ìSet the Bar Highî at the recent War Amps Ontario Child Amputee (CHAMP) Seminar in Burlington. Born a left leg amputee, Giulia attended the three-day seminar where she was shown how to adopt the seminar theme of setting the bar high and not letting her amputation be a barrier to living a full and active life.  Giulia received a CHAMP ambassador certificate for conducting an amputation awareness presentation for her classmates.

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