In other news, the news in fact, as I was mid-way through the January transformation of my bulletin board, it became famous by appearing on the evening news!
No, unfortunately there wasn't a feature on my bulletin board, or even speech/language for that matter. The Chek News team was at our health unit to do a piece on the rush on flu immunizations that was taking place. My bulletin board, however, appeared a couple of times in the background during the interview with a public health nurse.
I had planned to do a screen capture of it, but unfortunately they took the video down quite quickly. All I could get was a picture of the screenshot, showing the outside of the building I work in, from when Chek posted it on their Facebook page (they've since taken the Facebook post down as well).
Even though my bulletin board was not the feature of this news story, it did receive a lot of exposure as there were close to 200 people that received the flu vaccine at the health unit on that day alone! (Kudos to the public health nurses, admin and volunteers at Island Health for taking care of so many people so quickly!) Hopefully the bulletin board caught the eyes of the visitors to the health unit and provided them with some interesting and informative reading on speech and language.