December 5, 2012 - The Business & Professional Women's Club of Greater Moncton rheld a new member induction ceremony. In the front row, left to right, are: Melanie Wade, Club President Jolene Barrieau, Veronique Michaud, Lee McKeigan-Dempsey and Sandra Batten, chair of the membership committee. Back row: Joanne Penwell, Jocelyne Bouvette, Ruth MacLean, Holly McNight and Beth Hunt.
Danielle Salib, Policy, Business Mentorship Program Coordinato for the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce presented on the Business Immigrants Mentorship Program.
The Business & Professional Women’s Club of Greater Moncton recently held a New Member Induction Ceremony. Pictured front from left are: Ellen Ruddick, Astree Goguen, Karen Geldart – Club President, Kathy Heppell. Back from left: Sandra Batten - Chair Membership Committee, Tina Antle, Kim Smith, Melanie Thebeau, Josee Charlebois, Nicole Pauley, Joanne Murray, Cathy Sweet-MacPherson. Missing from photo are: Angele Allain, Colleen Riley and Mandy Roy.
January 4 Monthly Members' Meeting – Organizing a Community Event
Guest Speaker: Dawn Arnold, Chair of the Frye Festival
BPW of Greater Moncton donated $211 to Project Under the Tree as well as 7 boxes of a $30 value each.
1st Vice-President, Jolene Barrieau (right) presented the cheque to Tiffany McGraw-Legere of Project Under the Tree (left).
December 7 Monthly Members' Meeting - Setting Goals for the New Year
Guest speaker, Bev Crossman.
November 2 Monthly Members' Meeting - Franchise Panel
From left to right: April Parker, Lawyer with Cox and Palmer, Fairlie MacPhee, Accountant with MacPhee's Accounting, Ginetta Carroll, Franchise Owner of Mark's Work Warehouse Moncton locations, Sue Flewelling, Franchise Owner of Second Cup in Champlain Place, & Walter Melanson Director of Partnerships for PropertyGuys.com.
October 5 Monthly Members' Meeting – Women's History Month
From left to right: Jolene Barrieau, 1st Vice-President, Guest Speaker: Hon. Marie-Claude Blais, Q.C, and Karen Geldard, President.
The BPW Greater Moncton's Run for the Cure team raised $3,200.