Media Advisory - Lieutenant Governor's "Appetite for Awareness" promotes Community Living Month

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Media Advisory - Lieutenant Governor's "Appetite for Awareness" promotes Community Living Month

TORONTO, May 16 - A young adult with an intellectual disability will deliver a delicious box lunch to the Hon. James K. Bartleman at 11:30 AM on Tuesday 17 May at Queen's Park. Lunches are being delivered to 60 notable Torontonians as part of the "Appetite for Awareness" campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the needs of those with intellectual disabilities during Community Living Month. The Lieutenant Governor is honorary patron of Community Living Toronto. MEDIA ARE INVITED TO A PHOTO OPPORTUNITY WHO The Hon. James K. Bartleman & a young Community Living client WHAT Delivery of a box lunch as part of the "Appetite for Awareness" campaign WHERE Lieutenant Governor's Suite, Room 131, Legislative Building, Queen's Park WHEN Tuesday 17 May / 11:30 AMFor further information: Nanda Casucci-Byrne, Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Tel. (416) 909-7552, www.Lt.gov.on.ca; Karen Bell, Community Living Toronto, Tel. (416) 968-0650 x2299; Leanna McCarthy, National Public Relations, Tel. (416) 848-1397