No Lyme Awareness Day in Brampton 2015
Please note; I’m not working on planning a Lyme Awareness Day for 2015 in Brampton. My apologies. We are dealing with many other health issues at the moment.
May 2013: The event actually started on May 17, in Niagara Falls, where green lights illuminated these world-famous falls for Lyme Disease Awareness. People around the world were watching on webcams, sending pictures and screen grabs, and taking part in a world-wide movement to bring awareness about this devastating disease.
More informal information is regularly posted on a blog, if you want to follow along.
LIST OF MUNICIPALITIES THAT PROCLAIMED MAY 2013 AS LYME AWARENESS MONTH:
- Town of Caledon, Ontario
- City of Brampton, Ontario
- Town of Whitby, Ontario
- Niagara Falls
- Town of Orangeville
- City of Hamilton will formally acknowledge Lyme Disease Awareness Month
- City of Vaughan
- City of Markham
- City of Kingston
- Did your town say YES? Let us know by sending Email
Awaiting replies from these Municipalities:
- Would you like to add our town? Let us know by sending Email
To make separate online donations to a Lyme Charity from anywhere in the world, or to ask your friends to donate, go to the link below and choose one or more of the three Lyme charities listed:
WORLDWIDE AWARENESS IN MAY 2013
Link for Facebook page with announcements about Canada’s Lyme Awareness in May is HERE and includes the logo below:
More than 30 countries had signed on to take part in May 2013, to raise awareness as widely as possible. Events varied according to what people could arrange to do.