Wills – everyone needs one, but it doesn’t have to be complicated!  Come here Emily Rose Mowrey, Attorney at Law tell us what we need to know about:

Power of Attorney (Medical & Financial), Advanced Directive (aka “Living Will”),  Community Property Agreements, Living Trusts , Special Needs & Children’s Trusts, and overall Care & Maintenance of Your Estate Plan.

Next Generation Legal Services is a Bellingham-based law firm focusing on estate planning, probate, bankruptcy, business law, real estate and LGBT legal services.  I have been a Bellingham native for over 26 years and a member of the local legal community for over 7 years.  I believe the law should work for you, your family, your business and your clients, not against you, and I’m here to help.

When: Thursday, June 26, 2014 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting
Presenter: Emily Rose Mowrey, Attorney at Law, Next Generation Legal Servcies, PLLC

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Welcome to the New Paradigm of Leadership.  Laura will present a model that broadens the interpretation of “leadership”.  One that applies to everyone. One that helps us see more possibility with in “leadership”.  In this idea, we are all responsible for the experience we generate in this world.  Leadership is a choice, and our own leadership begins when we decide to be responsible for our life and for what is happening around us.  If we want to make the world a better place, then we all need to take responsibility.  The new paradigm is: Everyone is a Leader.  Come see what, where and how you are using leadership in your life.

Laura is a coach, facilitator, and organizational development leader.  She specializes in helping individuals and groups unleash the power of personal values and the impact that clarity on their community.  Before starting her own business as a coach and consultant, Laura worked with large international companies in the area of human resources, training & leadership development.  She has strong engagement with group facilitation and is able to effectively lead groups and individuals concurrently.

Laura has a BA in Psychology and a MA in Education, Counseling and Guidance.

When: Thursday, June 19, 2014 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting
Presenter: Laura Todd, MA, CPCC, Laura Todd Coaching

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Summer is on its way!  Of course, we have to get through Spring first, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be prepared for those longer — and sunnier — days.

Chris decided to go through the latest Mary Kay “Look Book” to find out just how many products have “Sunscreen Broad Spectrum” or “SPF” properties.  Unless she missed some products, there appear to be about nine sun-protection products.  From a couple of Mary Kay’s original TimeWise® products (one moisturizer and one under-foundation protector) to today’s latest product — CC Cream — Mary Kay has been finding more and better ways for us to protect our skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays.  Of course, there are a couple Mary Kay® Sun Care sunscreens, too!

So come to hear Chris tell about the various ways we can protect our skin when we’re out in the sun.  It is important for each of us to do so — it’s the only skin we’ll have.

As always, there will be a few prize drawings!

When: Thursday, June 4, 2014 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting
Presenter: Chris Hansen, May Kay Cosmetics

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Home Instead Senior Care is also an affordable solution for older individuals or couples capable of managing their physical needs, but who require non-medical assistance, light housework, meal preparation and/or companionship in order to remain in their homes. Our services can be arranged for as little as three hours, or as many as 24 hours a day.  Care is available seven days a week, including holidays.  One-on-one service to our clients is performed by CAREGivers who are screened, trained, bonded and insured.

When: Thursday, April 10, 2014 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting
Presenter: Amy Aslett, Home Instead Senior Care

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Far Infrared Light has many therapeutic benefits.  Come not only hear about the benefits, but get to experience a TDP Far Infrared Light.  Infrared is not visible to our eyes, but we do experience as heat.  It is that comforting warm feeling of sunshine, however it’s not to be confused with the more harmful ultraviolet light.  Our bodies have a high capacity to absorb the healing energy of far infrared and there are conditions, especially soft tissue damage, that greatly respond to this therapy.

Traci Soriano is the owner and a licensed massage practitioner at Veritas Massage Studio.  Veritas Massage Studio provides highly skilled, therapeutic massage in a comfortable environment.  They strive to meet each persons individual needs.

When: Thursday, March 13, 2014 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting
Presenter: Traci Soriano, LMP and Owner, Veritas Massage Studio

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Julie CarpenterJulie Carpenter, of RE/MAX Whatcom County, Inc., was recently awarded 2013 Most Valuable Team Player within the company.  Carpenter was nominated for the award by her peers, colleagues and fellow brokers for her continued contributions to the RE/MAX Team and its success.  Some of Carpenter’s attributes that lead her to receive this honorable award include bringing new ideas to the table, sharing her extended knowledge of the real estate industry, and staying involved in community affairs and non-profit organizations.

As a designated Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR) and Graduate of the REALTOR® Institute (GRI), Carpenter has been a full time broker since 1995 specializing in residential buyer agency, marketing and listing throughout all of Whatcom County and portions of Skagit County.  Carpenter also deals with small commercial properties as well.

Carpenter is currently a member of Whatcom Women’s Network, where she served as Director several times in the past.  She has served on the Board of the Whatcom Land Trust and as a member of the Grants Committee of the Whatcom Community Foundation.  She is currently Secretary of the Board of the Chuckanut Beaches Association.

Julie Carpenter can be reached at (360)305-9986juliecarpenter@remax.net, or by visiting www.nwhomes.net

RE/MAX Whatcom County has been in service for more than 22 years and is independently owned and operated by Lori Reece.  RE/MAX offices are located in Bellingham, Sudden Valley and Lynden with over 85 agents.  For more information call RE/MAX’s Bellingham office at 647-1313 or visit www.nwhomes.net.

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Trail Blazin Productions is a new business venture started by local Whatcom professionals with the stated goal to help supply the demand for recreational cannabis while following the letter of the law and maintaining a safe environment.  We have applied for our state license to produce (grow) and process (package) recreational cannabis.

More information can be found at www.trailblazin.net and www.facebook.com/trailblazin.net

When: Thursday, February 20, 2013 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting, On Rice Fairhaven
Presenter: Danielle Rosellison

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Chikeola Karimou uses Beauty, the Deep Appreciation of Life as a Spiritual Path to Expanding One’s Wealth, globally guiding women entrepreneurs leaders & visionaries to lead from their High Potential for Success, Freedom & Empowerment.  She helps visionaries, forward thinking, social entrepreneurs & leaders be more successful by translating their business success into all areas of their life.

She will be speaking about Networking to Increase Your Net Worth and Gifting of Who you are as a way to increase your business. Please join us!  Chikeola Karimou, The Stellar CEO

Helping people awaken to their greatness using beauty as the key…because, 

“An interior is the natural projection of the soul” Coco Chanel

When: Thursday, January 30, 2013 – 12:00pm – 1:15pm
Where: WWN weekly lunch meeting
Presenter: Chikeola Karimou, The Stellar CEO

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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship

$35/person

6pm hors d’oeuvres & drinks

7pm deliciously retro dinner/dessert & bingo

 

Space is limited.

Register securely on-line today and purchase tickets: Drag Queen Bingo 2014

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship

1207 Ellsworth Street, Bellingham

For more information call 360.603.7702 or donate@mbpp.org

Bellingham’s Drag Royalty! Prizes! Fab food! Great wine! Fun galore!

Dress fabulously. Drag optional.

No Matter What

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