Sheldon Kennedy To Share His Story In Chatham
Sheldon Kennedy will speak as a Family Service Kent Inspirational Speaker at the Kiwanis Theater in Chatham, on Thursday, March 22, 2018.
Tickets for the event at available at the Chatham-Kent Ticket Box Office, or online at cktickets.com for $45.
Sheldon Kennedy, author of the book “Why I Didn’t Say Anything,” played for the Boston Bruins, Calgary Flames, and Detroit Red Wings during his 8 year NHL career.
Kennedy however, is also known for his decision to charge his Junior hockey coach for the sexual assault he survived during his time in the Western Hockey League.
Kennedy now works to share his message, to talk about sexual abuse, to advocate for victims, and ensure perpetrators are given the proper penalty.
Tickets are still available to hear Sheldon Kennedy’s story.