Princesses of Magic and Noble Cause You Can Help


The Princesses of Magic: Logan & Jocelyn

[Not too long ago, we covered a remarkable young woman who dedicates her considerable powers to charm and entertain for good, for others. The article, Princesses of Magic Work Wonders appeared on Today's Magic News and in the wildly popular Today's Magic Newsletter.

 

The story is one of the top-five articles viewed on any of our web sites.

Jocelyn Tingley and little sister Logan are known as The Princesses of Magic.  The royal title was bestowed by none other than the heir-apparent to Siegfried & Roy's kingdom, Darren Romeo.

As is the case of all royalty worthy of admiration, these princesses use their noble position to help those in need.

Miss Tingley wrote to Kathleen Lakeland recently to tell of her upcoming projects and a special request for assistance. In addition to her well-publicized magic skills, Miss Tingley is an amazing writer.  We publish her letter as she submitted it to Ms. Lakeland. 

Please read her missive and consider helping in her praise-worthy mission to help children recover from devastating burns and injuries.

You may reach Miss Tingley at pom@bright.net.]

My name is Jocelyn Tingley.

A friend of mine at school typed in my name on Google search and that is how I found out I am on the net.  I read your article on me and my sister.

Thank you as my family, friends and I thought that was kinda cool. I was wondering if there is any way you and other magicians could help with my on going project.

I recently worked on Make A Difference Day Oct. 22 and taught magic to many and sent them out to nursing homes and hospitals and ill homebound patients to try and just make their day better and to try and help them forget heir pain and illness and procedures for awhile.

I hoped I could get more to help do that and also ran out of money buying sponge balls and other supplies to make tricks for them to give and teach the children in the hospitals.

Christmas is coming and before you know it Easter will follow. I have seen children just get better with the passion I have instilled for magic.

Burn patients must keep using their burnt hands and fingers for therapy in order to heal. I am still a kid myself and really need the help. I want to collect old videos, especially magic videos that teach these kids magic and any extra tricks that they could learn.

I will be going in June to a camp called Camp Ability for children that have survived burns to teach them magic. I was thinking if you…

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The Princesses of Magic: Logan & Jocelyn

[Not too long ago, we covered a remarkable young woman who dedicates her considerable powers to charm and entertain for good, for others. The article, Princesses of Magic Work Wonders appeared on Today's Magic News and in the wildly popular Today's Magic Newsletter.

 

The story is one of the top-five articles viewed on any of our web sites.

Jocelyn Tingley and little sister Logan are known as The Princesses of Magic.  The royal title was bestowed by none other than the heir-apparent to Siegfried & Roy's kingdom, Darren Romeo.

As is the case of all royalty worthy of admiration, these princesses use their noble position to help those in need.

Miss Tingley wrote to Kathleen Lakeland recently to tell of her upcoming projects and a special request for assistance. In addition to her well-publicized magic skills, Miss Tingley is an amazing writer.  We publish her letter as she submitted it to Ms. Lakeland. 

Please read her missive and consider helping in her praise-worthy mission to help children recover from devastating burns and injuries.

You may reach Miss Tingley at pom@bright.net.]

My name is Jocelyn Tingley.

A friend of mine at school typed in my name on Google search and that is how I found out I am on the net.  I read your article on me and my sister.

Thank you as my family, friends and I thought that was kinda cool. I was wondering if there is any way you and other magicians could help with my on going project.

I recently worked on Make A Difference Day Oct. 22 and taught magic to many and sent them out to nursing homes and hospitals and ill homebound patients to try and just make their day better and to try and help them forget heir pain and illness and procedures for awhile.

I hoped I could get more to help do that and also ran out of money buying sponge balls and other supplies to make tricks for them to give and teach the children in the hospitals.

Christmas is coming and before you know it Easter will follow. I have seen children just get better with the passion I have instilled for magic.

Burn patients must keep using their burnt hands and fingers for therapy in order to heal. I am still a kid myself and really need the help. I want to collect old videos, especially magic videos that teach these kids magic and any extra tricks that they could learn.

I will be going in June to a camp called Camp Ability for children that have survived burns to teach them magic. I was thinking if you could write something and ask others to go through their magic or if when they are buying magic maybe buy and extra set or trick that these children could learn.

Also if any magicians want to participate in Make A Difference Day next year they could and just email me what they did and how many people it effected.

I would fill out all the paper work and if the committee picks us then Mr. Paul Newman donates $ 10,000.00 to our favorite charity.

We could let each person vote as I realize it would not be fair to just select mine and than the money go to the majority charity picked. .

Also my name Princess of Magic was given to me from Darren Romeo. He has always been so nice to me and a treasured friend. I thought you might find that interesting. I am going to subscribe to insidemagic.com as I liked your articles. Mr. Lance Burton does many very nice things for the Shiners’ Hospitals too.

The Shriners have been wonderful in helping my dreams come true as they got me in Dayton Children's Hospital when my Mom had no luck.

So often the hospitals won't let me come as of my age at 9 but now that I am 15 it is getting easier but then they don't want my nine- year-old sister; but we are a team.

So you see the Shriners even help healthy kids too.

Thank you.

Thank you, Miss Tingley.  You make all magicians look good and are deserving of your title. 

We hope readers will take-up her offer to help in a very worthy and noble cause.

You can read about one of their more recent shows for The Shriners by downloading this PDF article here.

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