April 6th, 2020
We're still in isolation, but that doesn't mean we're not in community. This show is about sharing experience about overcoming the struggles of imposed separation. Together we're stronger and we'll make it through this together.
Tune into the momondays Facebook page on April the 6th for some real inspiration. You'll wish every day was a momondays.
April 6th, 2020
Going shack wacky!
We're still keeping our disance, but we'll still get together to share our stories and our strength. At 7:00 pm on the 6th of April click onto our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/momondays.halifax/) for an online show of momondays Halifax. We are Nova Scotia and we've got some stories to share!
We've got Lawrence Conrad. He's a local businessman who decided to stare Covie-19 straight in the eye and refused to blink. He's fighting hard to keep his company going, protected the jobs for all of his team. He's using innovation and a sense of bulldog stubbornness to keep going.
Most importantly though, this specific show is again going to see all of its proceeds directed to the "Good Day Kitchen and Cafe" in Fall River. This is a wonderful little spot where locals gather to eat treats, drink great coffees and share stories. It's been closed because of Covid and we're hoping they'll be able to survive until they get to open again. Help us help them make it over the hump.
What a night. Tune in and socialize with all kinds of wonderful people in a fun, positive environment. Put in your own speaker application to speak at the next show… or grab some friends and get your fix of heart, humour and happiness.
Tune into https://www.facebook.com/momondays.halifax/ on April the 6th, 2020 at 7:00 pm. You'll wish every day was a momondays.
Tim retired from the Royal Canadian Air Force in 2012 as an HR Officer with a speciality in Dispute Resolution and team-building. He has also experienced a broad spectrum of work environments, having served in operational squadrons across Canada and in United Nations missions overseas. In recognition of his achievements, in 2008 he was inducted into the Order of Military Merit by then Governor General, the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean
After retirement from the RCAF he was invited to come and work with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Canada’s Atlantic Region where he replicated his successes from the military environment in the community of policing and public service. With almost five years’ experience in that arena he retired and now works as a contractor, delivering training and services in a broad spectrum of first responder and security sector environments.
However, no matter where he’s worked, the common experience he’s witnessed our universal love of stories. That’s what drew him to the momondays experience, especially in Halifax … a city renowned for its traditional love of tall tales and community yarns.
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