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Choosing hope: A Mother's Story of Love, Loss and Survival

A newspaper article from May 16, 2013 entitled "Choosing Hope: A Mother's Story of Love, Loss and Survival," which is also the title of a book published by Ginny Dennehy and Shelley Fralic. The article is about teenage depression and the story of the Dennehy family, as well as a review of the book. Found in scrapbook.

Choosing to Go On + duplicate

A newspaper article from the Globe and Mail on July 27th entitled "Choosing to go on." The article is about the story of Ginny and Kerry Dennehy and their mission to raise awareness about mental Health through the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and their cross-Canada cycling trip to raise money. Found in scrapbook. 1 duplicate.

Couple raises $500k for new Lions Gate mental health centre + duplicate

A newspaper article from the North Shore Outlook on February 14, 2013 about the work Ginny and Kerry Dennehy have done with the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation to raise awareness about mental health issues. The article discusses the new Mental Health Resource Centre at the Lions Gate Hospital, Ginny Dennehy's awarding of the Diamond Jubilee Medal, and the Dennehy family's upcoming cross-Canada cycling trip. Found in a scrapbook. 1 duplicate.

Couple to go the distance + duplicate

An article from the North Short News on May 5, 2013 entitled "Couple to go the distance." The article is about Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's work through the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation to raise awareness about mental health and their Enough is Enough ride across Canada. The article features a photo of Ginny and Kerry with their bikes, but the second half of the article is missing. Found in scrapbook. 1 duplicate.

Couple's cross-country tour takes aim at mental illness

A newspaper article from the Brandon Sun entitled "Couple's cross-country tour takes aim at mental illness." The article discusses Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's ongoing fundraising for mental health through the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and their Enough is Enough ride across Canada cycling tour, including their stop in Brandon, Manitoba. Found in scrapbook.

Cycling for a Cause photo

A set of 3 photos with captions from Whistler. They show volunteers for the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation raising money for Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's cross-Canada cycling trip promoting mental health awareness. The other two photos show beach volleyball players at Rainbow Park and a theatre production at Millenium Place. Found in scrapbook.

Death of children wrenches family

A newspaper article from May 18, 2013 entitled "Death of children wrenches family." The article is about the book written by Ginny Dennehy and Shelley Fralic about the stories of her children. The article contains a short excerpt of the book "Choosing Hope: A Mother's Story of Love, Loss and Survival" as well as information about the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. Includes an image of the Dennehy family in Vancouver. Found in scrapbook.

Dennehy and Hume honoured as pillars of B.C. with Diamond Jubilee medals

A newspaper article from the Whistler Question entitled "Dennehy and Hume honoured as pillars of B.C. with Diamond Jubilee medals." The article discusses the medal awarded to Ginny Dennehy for her work raising awareness about mental health through the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and Rick Hume for his years of work with the sport of downhill skiing. Found in a scrapbook.

Dennehy selected for Women of Distinction Award

A newspaper article from The Question entitled "Dennehy selected for Women of Distinction Award." The article gives information about Ginny Dennehy's work with the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation fighting against depression and her receiving the YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the category of Community Builder. Found in scrapbook.

Dennehy's [sic] raise roughly $700k so far

A newspaper article from July 11 entitled "Dennehy's [sic] raise roughly $700k so far." The article is about Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's Enough is Enough bicycle ride across Canada in support of the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and mental health awareness. The article gives an update on their progress and fundraising efforts. Found in scrapbook.

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