Dinner Meeting – April 19th, 2017

Date: Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Time: 6:30pm social, 7pm dinner

Location: Lora Bay Golf Course

PRE-SPEAKER

Ashanti Coffee – samples anyone?

GUEST SPEAKER

David Wilding-Davies

Hear David’s inspiring story about the beginnings of Ashanti Coffee in Zimbabwe and how he has grown it into one of the most successful businesses in our community. His story is so great that he has recently released a book on his adventures which will be on display at the meeting.

Not only is David a successful entrepreneur, he is also an Equestrian Olympian. Hopefully he will share some of these amazing stories with us as well!

 

Dinner Meeting – March 22nd, 2017

Date: Wednesday March 22nd, 2017 (week following March break)

Time: 6:30pm social, 7pm dinner

Where: Lora Bay Golf Course

 

PRE-SPEAKER:

Luke from City Stone in Thornbury.

 

GUEST SPEAKER:

Catherine Willson, lawyer from GSNH who specializes in construction law. Catherine will be speaking mainly about liens – how they work and what the impact can be on our industry. This is a very important topic that everyone should be educated on before it becomes an issue with a site you are involved in!

For more than 35 years, Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber (GSNH) LLP has helped leading businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals successfully navigate the maze of corporate & commercial law to help protect and grow their businesses. For more information please visit gsnh.com.

Dinner Meeting – Feb 15, 2017

Date: Wed. Feb. 15th

Time: 6:30pm social, 7pm dinner

Where: Lora Bay Golf Course

 

Pre Speaker: Taylor Graham from TG Group Inc.

Speaker: Greg Miller, Chief Building Official for the TBMs.

Dinner Meeting – Jan 18/2017

Date: Wed. Jan. 18th

Time: 6:30pm social, 7pm dinner

Where: Lora Bay Golf Course

Speaker: Sheri Bulfon from CASLE

CASLE (Continued Adult Special Learning Experience) is one of our community charitable organizations that we sponsor. It is a not-for-profit organization with a “mission to provide a positive opportunity for interested young adults with special needs to maintain and continue learning, following their completion of high school. This learning involves intellectual, social/emotional, physical and personal growth”.