|Sally receives award from Dr. John Ayers|
"This was even more special as there were 28 of my classmates at the banquet because we were celebrating our 35th year reunion!! I got a standing ovation from the Class of '75!!! I was totally surprised!!We are just thrilled for Sally and very proud of all the she has accomplished! Sally is a long time supporter of Doggone Safe and a Be a Tree presenter. Sally has traveled around Saskatchewan teaching school children and adults about how to read dog body language and act safely around dogs. She has done a lot of educating in the First Nations communities both in person and via radio interviews.Sally has spoken at conferences, engineered a well-attended press conference and has been interviewed for print, radio and television all across the province. Sally even has a different wonderful hat for every occasion!
|Sally interviewed on CTV News|
Letters from Saskatchewan Prevention Institute and Saskatchewan Safety Council