Lunch & Learn: Saving Lives, One Dog at a Time

Sunday, February 4, 2018 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm

The Cumberland Community Association will host 3 Lunch & Learn events this year that we hope you will enjoy. With mental health issues increasingly touching everyone in some way, come and meet Marc and learn how dogs are saving lives.

Get your tickets $10 (+ fee) online here. -- $10 at Da Artisiti 2565 Old Montreal Road -- $15 at the door (Ticket includes hearty homemade soup, sandwiches, tea/coffee and dessert.)

AUDEAMUS is a bilingual, not-for-profit, research-based organization founded in Canada that provides and trains medical service dogs for veterans, first responders and war correspondents with PTSD, mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) and other mental health and physical injuries incurred in the line of duty.

Retired Special Force Captain, Marc Lapointe proudly served Canada for 25 years.  His professional achievements earned him the command of the Special Forces Elite Groups, including but not limited to, the sensitive sight exploitation K9 Unit. After a devoted and indisputable service, Marc was medically released with Chronic Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Come and meet Capt. (ret.) Marc Lapointe and his service dog Sticker and find out more about AUDEAMUS and how it  is saving lives, one dog at a time.