In 2013, she worked at the PNE during Fright Nights as "Stitches," the ukulele-playing clown, and (literally) scared the poop out of people for money.
In 2007 qualified for Provincial Long Course Swimming Championships, but woke with Chicken Pox the week she was supposed to swim so was unable to go.
Won 3rd place in a Canadian National Poetry Contest in 2011, (Junior Category), for her poem "A Baby".
In 2007 she qualified again for Provincial Short Course swimming championships and was one of only 19 girls under the age of 11 to have a qualifying time.
Two original poems published in the Claremont Review Issue Spring 2013.