Leo 4 Children

Si è svolta questa mattina la consueta vendita di pandorini del Leo Club Reggio Calabria Host .

 

 

Quest’anno il Tema Operativo Nazionale era  LEO FOR CHILDREN ;quest’ultimo si propone il miglioramento delle sale ricreative dei reparti di pediatria degli ospedali italiani attraverso la fornitura di materiali di genere ludico e didattico.

Fine ultimo del progetto è quello di sostenere i bambini in un momento di difficoltà quale il ricovero, apportando un sensibile miglioramento alla loro qualità di vita durante la permanenza all’interno della struttura ospedaliera.
Per raggiungere tale scopo, il progetto prevede l’intervento su tre assi altamente strategici: i reparti di pediatria/chirurgia pediatrica; le famiglie; la comunicazione.
I ragazzi del Leo club già dalla  prima mattina si sono impegnati nella vendita raggiungendo il sold out soprattutto grazie  alla disponibilità e la vicinanza della popolazione reggina.

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3 pensieri su “Leo 4 Children

  1. You ned to give Mamma the the Lana Del Rey album as a chew toy. I hate than crap!Anyway, Mamma couldn’t be any cuter if she tried! Guess what? I have a lttlie pup of my own now! He wouldn’t look half as good in that dress, though.

  2. SO CREEPY I’m 20 and some of the repressed liefltyses my peers led before college seem just absurd!You don’t learn to be adaptable and develop problem solving skills if people tell you what to do all the time. Most of the girls I know don’t actually know how to do much of anything, and I would suspect that a large part of it is that their parents will almost sort of shield them from having to even try. I did lots of dumb, dangerous, and messy things as a kid or in my teens, but you make the mistakes and you learn from them while you’re still young enough for the consequences to be minimal and you move on. The girls I know that never played in the mud as kids or stayed out late without telling their parents as teens are mostly sitting around in their Mass Communications classes trying to figure out if the quiz answer is Miller, Budweiser, or Coors yeah, I already have a resume a mile long. Probably because I’m willing to get up in the morning and fight and do things instead of sitting in my dorm room until noon wondering if other people like me or think I’m cute.Unfortunately, that works now while they’re 20, but in about two years, they’re gonna be hurtin’

  3. The part of the article that resoanted most with me is that people enjoy doing what they’re good at. And the way to get good at something is. . . practice, practice, practice.But that aside, the rest I cannot support.My mother was a lot like Amy Chua. I’m successful by most measures: a not-too-bad pianist and violinist, a Harvard MBA, the wife of a wonderful husband, and mother to two little boys. I live in Portland, Oregon by choice ( where young people go to retire ) and telecommute to an enjoyable job in Silicon Valley.Yet, I am not on speaking terms with my mother. Why? Because she never knew when to stop exerting (or trying to exert) control.My husband pointed out that she was successful in raising me to be happy. I retorted that I found happiness only in the years after I left home, away from her guiding’ influence.You can teach persistence, diligence, hard work, and good values without being a meanie.

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