Come join us to hear from our very own Tuesday Forum member Laura Emack!
Laura is a writer, CPA, wife, mother, and most importantly past TF president. Today she will share some unresolved grudges from childhood along with the answers she has found at age 67 plus a few challenges that stubbornly persist.
What is Tuesday Forum?
Largest networking organization of working women offering support for personal and professional growth in the State of Maine.
Visit www.tuesdayforum.com for more info!
If you would like lunch the meal is $15.00 and you have several options to chose from. We take cash and checks at the door or you can prepay online at https://www.tuesdayforum.com/lunch-fee/lunch-fee. The room opens at 11:30 AM if you would like to arrive early to mingle with the other members. We look forward to seeing you at a meeting!
Ryan became a mason in 2003 and joined Anah Shrine in 2006. He was appointed membership Chairman in 2007 and served in that capacity until 2010 when he was appointed Athletic Director. 2011 brought another appointment to the Directors Staff where he served until 2017 when he was appointed to the Leadership team known in our world as the Divan. 2017 also brought his appointment to the Shriners Hospital for Children-Boston as an associate board member. In 2018 he was appointed to the Board as a full board member.
Tuesday Forum is Maine's largest networking organization of working women offering support for personal and professional growth. We meet every Tuesday at noon at Seasons in Bangor. We invite you to arrive at 11:30 a.m. if you would like to mingle with the other members. If you would like lunch the meal is $15.00 and you have several options to chose from. We take cash and checks at the door or you can prepay online here.
Want to become a member? Visit our website www.tuesdayforum.com and click Become A Member. Our annual membership fee is only $50!
Peter Cowin also known as The Bee Whisperer is a beekeeper with more than 70 hives and runs a beekeeping supplies business in Hampden.
Peter has kept bees since he was 11 years old and is now President of Penobscot County Beekeepers Association. He sells honey and beeswax produced by his bees and uses them to make lib balms, hand creams and other products. He is often called out to collect honeybee swarms and to remove honeybee colonies that have made their homes in places like walls of houses.
Peter teaches beekeeping for beginners and intermediate beekeeping in adult ed. Classes in many towns have more than 300 students each year.
Recovered junk-food-junkie, Jennifer Hooper has walked the path of binge-eating, out-of-control food cravings, and feeling ashamed. Today, she helps women reign in out-of-control eating habits, starting with their MINDS instead of their mouths. She also serves as an ambassador for the region's local grocer, Tiller & Rye. At this event, she'll share more about her story, including how she's transformed her own life using food as a foundation.