Conversations with…


Conversations with… Jane Collins
“Living through Change”
May 18, Thursday, 2:00 pm

Change happens; it is not a choice. We all live through constant change and willing the changes you want is the best way to move forward. Create the circumstances you want to see, one thought at a time. This will allow you to:
• accomplish more with less effort
• improve performance in the roles you play
• improve your state of being
• create new mindsets that allow more good into your life
• handle change transitions more easily
Jane Collins is a graduate of the University of Western, Ontario where she received an honours
degree in business. S h e b e c ame a C h a r t e r e d Accountant in 1981. In her 30 years as a CA she worked for an international accounting firm, the federal government, the Children’s Ai d Societ y and owned an accounting practice offering internal audits to Credit Unions. Jane
began her writing career with the Hamilton Spectator and various magazines. She is the author of the book ‘Willing Change”, (accredited by Curriculum Services Canada) a personal
development book and offers courses and workshops based on its messages through her website.


Conversations with…
“Road trip”
June 15, Thursday


We will gather at the MBC around 9.30am, departing shortly after for
LaHave and the lovely Fort Point Museum. We invite each of you to bring your own picnic lunch that we will eat at the Museum. Tea and coffee will be provided by the Fort Point
Museum After our lunch we will journey to the Crescent Beach area and out to the LaHave Islands to visit the LaHave Islands Marine Museum. This is a little gem of a museum and lots of interesting collections. We will start making our way back to Mahone Bay with a stop at the
LaHave Bakery for something quite yummy and to browse their coop shop and the gallery.
You are invited to make your way back to Mahone Bay either on the Ferry or by road.
We will include further information as we get closer to the date. We look forward to having you join us for this truly Lunenburg County outing.