I was excited to be invited as a speaker to the Home Educators Association of Virginia (HEAV) 2009 convention. I spoke on leading a homeschool group, having a family budget, micro business for teenagers, 501c3 tax exempt status and being a WAHM (Work at Home Mom). I also talked to dozens of homeschool leaders, parents and teenagers that stopped by my booth.
My booth to meet and greet homeschool leaders from Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia and surrounding states.
My booth helper, friend, co-op member and fellow WAHM (Work at Home Mom), Katy Daum (tall one on the left) and me in front of our booth.
At the Leaders lunch with Exhibit Hall Coordinator, Tammy Bear (left), an extraordinary, organized, lovely lady!
I met my virtual friend, Janice Campbell (right) of Everyday Education, in person. She had a lovely booth.
The Exhibit Hall at HEAV. I was also pleased that Paul Suarez from The Old Schoolhouse (the next aisle over) stopped by my booth.
What a great weekend. I enjoyed meeting so many homeschool parents, teenagers and leaders.
Carol Topp, CPA