Melissa’s story strikes a chord

Euroa Gazette - - NEWS -

GUEST speaker Melissa Erick­sen grew up in Euroa and was highly in­volved in var­i­ous com­mu­nity groups.

She shared her life story in such a way that many of the women at­tend­ing re­lated her story to their fam­i­lies.

Melissa had many years of feel­ing down, and felt she couldn’t share that with fam­ily or friends.

Although she had a very suc­cess­ful cor­po­rate ca­reer in fur­ther ed­u­ca­tion- it took un­til she was age 27 be­fore she dis­cov­ered her true call­ing.

Help­ing oth­ers was al­ways her pas­sion.

Melissa in­vested much time in per­sonal and pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment and dis­cov­ered this was her true call­ing.

She en­cour­aged her au­di­ence to dis­cover their pas­sion and have the courage to pur­sue it.

Melissa cer­tainly had the skill to en­gage the women in con­ver­sa­tion through­out her talk.

The Women of Euroa re­new and make new friend­ships over a meal at quar­terly meet­ing in the Old Flour Mill, with a di­verse range of guest speak­ers.

All women are in­vited to at­tend th­ese evenings.

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