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Hello, Writers,
Colleague Bardi Rosman Koodrin writes a helpful column “The Healing Chronicles” for the online paper the San Bruno Patch.
Bardi, a survivor of countless illnesses, has turned her writing talents to helping others who face similar adversities.
The Patch eliminated most of columns, including “The Healing Chronicles”
How can that be?  Bardi even received a Local Heroes award on Sunday April 17, 2011.  Bardi Rosman Koodrin is recognized as the writer/community spirit/model who is living well in spite of pain.
We can do 3 things to bring back Bardi’s column “The Healing Chronicles”
1) contact on this page and ask that “The Healing Chronicles” be reinstated.  The Comment link is in blue on the right, and also down at the end of the page.
2) Read Bardi’s various Healing Chronicle columns so the editors know people are indeed reading them:
3) write comments on these various columns, another way the site can track the usefulness of Bardi’s resources.
Thursday April 21, 2011 at 8:00pm Watch Bardi Rosman Koodrin accept her award at the Local Heroes awards ceremony of April 17th on Channel 30 in the San Francisco Bay Area, California.
Bardi Rosman Koodrin’s column “The Healing Chronicle” helps people live well in spite of pain.  Bardi’s fans are concerned about health and wellness.  Please help Bardi help folks who need inspiration and resources from her columns.
Thank you!
Writing Career Coach Teresa LeYung Ryan
P.S. Writing contests through the San Mateo County Fair Literary Arts Dept. – contest entries must be received by 7:00 pm, Friday, April 29, 2011 or postmarked by April 25th, 2011
These writing contests were orchestrated by Bardi Rosman Koodrin!

Writing Career Coach Teresa here.  I just received an invitation from the Media Center. I send hearty congratulations to the Local Heroes.  I know one of the heroes–BARDI ROSMAN KOODRIN!  This is the same Bardi who is the Literary Arts Director at the San Mateo County Fair; the same Bardi who writes for the San Bruno Patch, the same Bardi who works so hard for California Writers Club; the same Bardi who got me to say “yes, it would be an honor” to sponsoring a writing contest focusing on “The Immigrant Experience.”   A thousand cheers to Hero Bardi !!!!!



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Dear Friend of the Media Center,

Our 5th Annual Local Heroes have been selected and it’s time to celebrate them!
Last year’s reception and public screening were so successful we decided to do it again and you are invited.
RSVP: before Friday, April 8th, 2011 for venue, date, time.

We will honor our winners and screen highlights of their interviews. Many of you submitted nominations; others may want to meet our Local Heroes. Either way, we hope you will be able to attend. Refreshments will be served! To help us with our planning please let us know if you can make it.

This year’s winners are:

ELLEN FLETCHER, Palo Alto’s number one champion of the biking community.

DAN WU, a high tech engineer who became a psychiatric nurse and community mental health advocate after helping his wife come to grips with Schizophrenia.

KATE YOUNG, Director of Resident Services at Palo Alto Housing Corporation, a non-profit that creates and maintains housing for low- and moderate-income residents.

BARDI ROSMAN KOODRIN, survivor of countless illnesses who has turned her considerable writing talents to helping others who face similar adversities.

EUGENE M. HYMAN, a Santa Clara County judge who has created an unprecedented program of early intervention with counseling, support and therapy for young people who have acted violently against family members.

ROBERT FREEMAN, creator of an organization that collects just one dollar from millions of high school students then uses the funds for infrastructure projects in developing countries.

It is always difficult to choose among the many incredibly gifted and deserving nominations we receive and we are very proud of those who have been selected this year.

We look forward to seeing you!


Here’s my blog post about the writing contests that Bardi Rosman Koodrin is orchestrating through the San Mateo County Fair Literary Arts Dept.

Thank you, Bardi, for being YOU!


Teresa LeYung Ryan,

author of Love Made of Heart;

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