Keynote attends Kelly Santini's Special Olympics Breakfast

Keynote attends Kelly Santini's Special Olympics Breakfast

Keynote Group's COO Brad Ezard attended the Special Olympics breakfast hosted by Ottawa law firm Kelly Santini

In this photo Keynote Group's COO Brad Ezard, Partner at Kelly Santini Lisa Langevin, and Olympic two-time gold medal recipient Alexandre Bilodeau.

The breakfast event hosted over 300 supporters to honour Special Olympic Ontario athletes, coaches and volunteers. Alexandre Bilodeau provided a very motivational and inspiring keynote address to the crowd.

In addition our VP of Marketing Kyle Turk was the winner of the grand prize in the raffle, a $500 Air Canada travel voucher.

Thank you to Welch LLP and RBC for hosting members of the Keynote Group team.

In this photo Ron Smith and Gina Gianetto from RBC along with Brad Ezard.

About Alex Bilodeau: When Alexandre Bilodeau flew down the moguls during his last race of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, he had already made his mark in the skiing world. When he became the first ever Canadian to win a gold medal on home soil, he instantly captured an entire nation’s heart. From coast to coast, his exploit elicited passion and pride. On his journey, he learned that determination and courage were the key to earning this medal, and it was his brother Frédéric, who suffers from cerebral palsy, who taught him that valuable lesson.

About Special Olympics Ontario: Special Olympics Ontario (SOO) is a volunteer driven organization with over 20,000 athletes and 10,000 volunteers registered across the province. Athletes can participate from 8 years of age and have the opportunity to train in 19 core sports offered in the Greater Ottawa Area. Active start and FUNdamentals programs are available for athletes starting at age 2.

SOO - Greater Ottawa has over 1000 registered athletes and volunteers participating in community sport programs. Every facet of our community is dedicated to enriching the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.

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