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September 13th Cottage Succession Planning Seminar

Posted on: June 5, 2017  |  

The next seminar will be held Sept 13, 2017 at a venue soon to be determined. The intent is to book a venue with a capacity of 250-300 people but expectations are that we will once again “sell out” fairly rapidly. Don’t delay – make sure you have your 2017 membership.

You can preregister by emailing betula32@xplornet.ca and provide:

Name, Lake, Block & Lot number (remember WCA members only)

Number of attendees (maximum two per membership)

Those that pre-registered at the AGM need not worry – you are indeed pre-registered.

If you can’t wait for (or are unable to attend) the second seminar, you could also try to take advantage of special offer from Investors Group. Refer to https://whiteshellcottagers.com/whiteshell_news/for-those-that-attended-the-april-18th-succession-planning-seminar/

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