At the Winona Peach Festival with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Lecturing at Notre Dame Catholic School in the Orillia area.
Author, composer, singer and Honorary Ranger of 3rd Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (3 CRPG) Jean Miso is taking the Ranger Foundation Operation Awareness to a whole new audience! Her book “Legacy & Tradition”, which profiles the lives of individual Rangers, and the foundation’s theme song, “The Harvest”, were launched in November 2016. Since then, Jean has promoted the book at numerous venues including First Canadian Place, the Winona Peach Festival, the Vimy Dinner, the Canada Company Knowledge Exchange in Ottawa, the True Patriot Love Annual Dinner in Toronto, and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation Chiefs Assembly in Thunder Bay.
This fall Jean stepped up her promotion of 3 CRPG to help draw attention to the important role of the Rangers in the North. She first approached several Boards of Education in southern Ontario and then met with First Nations consultants. Invited as guest speaker to the York Catholic District School Board Teacher-Librarian Inservice, Jean has subsequently gone to individual schools, engaging educators through conversation about the Rangers and their contribution to Ontario and Canada.
According to Jean, “Building bridges facilitates understanding, respect and tolerance.” For that purpose, she has been invited into schools to talk about the Rangers of 3 CRPG to both students of all ages and staff members, and to date has made more than 30 presentations.