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The Impact of Networking in the New York Hockey Community: Building Relationships and Giving Back

Updated: Mar 12

I wanted to extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone who participated in the recent auction. It has truly been an incredible journey so far, and I'm eagerly anticipating the upcoming auction on Heritage's network next week, accessible through their website. You can explore the lots I've consigned, featuring more affordable items sold in small sets. This time, you can even team up with a friend to own your own unique piece of Mike Bossy history, including jerseys, watches, signed frames, and more. Don't miss out — these are the very last available items.



A special shoutout to my agent, André, who fearlessly navigated this journey with me. His unwavering support during challenging times has been invaluable. The decision to part with my father's belongings may have surprised some, but to me, my dad was more than a ring and a jersey; he remains in my heart, guiding me through decisions. He's still the boss, and I feel his watchful presence, urging me to use the money earned by his passionate dedication wisely.


As we bid farewell to winter and welcome spring, I sense a new chapter beginning. A chapter of reconciliation with myself and my family, acknowledging and accepting who I am and finding peace with my journey.


Next week, I'll announce the winner of this month's giveaway. Stay tuned for a chance to win a print of your choice! To give back to those who've made me smile and supported my creative endeavors, I'm offering a 25% discount on the entire site, including the upcoming collection of Mike Bossy painting prints. Use the code "springbreak" at checkout.


Reflecting on my experiences in New York, I've had the opportunity to form new connections and bonds within the hockey world. Meeting passionate individuals with a deep sense of altruism has been enriching. This personality trait is especially meaningful in a world often consumed by routine and responsibilities. My role as a full-time educator keeps me grounded, and giving back to the community has been my way of showing gratitude and making a small contribution to society.


In the past, my involvement with a women's shelter inspired a collection of paintings exploring power struggles in relationships and challenging stereotypes. This year, I've chosen to support a local charity in New York, bringing moments of joy to children who have lost a parent. The grief process is challenging, particularly for children navigating crucial developmental stages. Find more information on how to contribute and attend their 3rd annual benefit event in New York on march 20th at https://www.thinkhappyny.com/.



Thank you for being part of this incredible journey.











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