The Kamloops Self Advocates Newsletter June ,2020 Edition

The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a

newsletter for people with diverse abilities

published by Krystian Shaw.


June Edition of KSA Newsletter 2020 contains in

June is here and summer is just around the corner! With that in mind, we are thinking about the end of spring and dusting off our summer gear. This month has lots of interesting events and articles, but we are also thinking ahead to things like Canada Day.
First, let’s talk about all of the interesting things in June.

There are awareness days, like Stop Cyber bullying Day, so be sure to check what that is about. It is also Audio Book Month, so we’re very excited to introduce a new author and animator from BC.
And, you know that the newsletter wouldn’t be complete without an interview with an entertainer.

This month we have an exclusive inter-view with a country music singer from Southwestern Ontario.
We’re looking forward to a great month and have some wonderful arti-cles for you.

We also want to include you in our July issue as we cele-brate what it means to be Canadian so be sure to check out our story request.
In the meantime, keep being kind to each other. We hope everyone is staying well and that you have a great June.



Click here to read the newsletter KSA June 20201


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