Child medical cannabis advocate Rylie Maedler receives Governor John Carney’s Youth Volunteer Service Award during a ceremony.
Janie Maedler wasn’t planning on raising a medical cannabis activist. She just wanted the best possible treatment for her young daughter’s rare medical condition. But half a dozen years later, her daughter Rylie, now 13, has been instrumental in the passage of three medical cannabis … Continue reading
“I spoke about my experience as a patient with medical cannabis and I told people how it helped me and how it has made such a big impact on my life and other kids’ lives,” Rylie says. When she was … Continue reading
This is not just another blog post. On the surface, it’s a story about hope and about the true essence of motherhood and fierce inner-strength. On a much deeper level, it’s a narrative about near death, illegal benevolence, law-making, and … Continue reading
Rylie Maedler is making more news. This time, it’s because the 10-year-old Rehoboth Elementary student recently hosted a second annual community fundraiser for her Rylie’s Smile Foundation at Nicola Pizza and brought in the bucks.
Rylie’s story was recently featured in the April issue of Delaware Beach Life.