I have been so busy preparing for the upcoming Enterprising Moms Business Conference these past few weeks, that I feel that my blogging has taken a nose dive. For that - I apologize! If you want to check out all the work that I have been doing for the upcoming conference - CLICK HERE.
And if you live in the area - come on out! It's on June 13th in Richmond at the River Rock Casino Resort from 11 - 5pm. The day is filled with amazing speakers and great businesses showcasing. This year's theme is "Get the Word Out!" and discusses all the various ways to promote and get the word out about your business. There is a donation made at the door to the Ronald McDonald House. There is also an evening networking which is going to be so much fun and tickets can be purchased through the website (www.enterprisingmomsnetwork.com)...
This is the third year for the conference that celebrates mom entrepreneurs. I am both excited and crazy right now (as what happens to me just before every conference). There are so many little things to take care of!
With that said, my article in the Surrey Now is now online. With my birthday on the horizon, I am really feeling stressed about how time is flying by. You can CLICK HERE to read it.
For those of you wondering - I attended the Surrey School Board meeting last Thursday night to hear the decision about the six days less of education. The motion was put through with no opposition. The parent turnout to hear the decision was disappointing to say the least.
As well - they had mentioned that there had been a lot of open dialogue with parents leading up to this decision - but I'm wondering which district had an open forum to allow for parents to ask questions? They said all the PACs in the districts had one, but we didn't, and neither did other parents I spoke to. So who had an open forum at their school to make parents aware?
All they really allowed us was an email to voice your opinion. They may have made their decision but this isn't over - I want to hear from all parents in Surrey/White Rock and the PACS about this open forum in their school that invited parents to ask their questions and be heard.