Celebrate the Power of Dreams

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Dreams really do come true at the Waxhaw Entrepreneurs (WE) co-working space in downtown Waxhaw. On August 15th, the public is invited to Celebrate the Power of Dreams through an event that includes food and fun. It will be an opportunity to look at WE’s past accomplishments and future plans to keep expanding Waxhaw’s support system for entrepreneurs.

The focus of the event will be to celebrate being an entrepreneur in Waxhaw. During Celebrate the Power of Dreams, visitors can visit all of the businesses that are housed in the WE space. Karen Johnson, team leader for the WE said, “We will have information out about classes, networking opportunities, and the all-new use of a shared certified kitchen for those wanting to start a culinary business.” 

The WE started as a small business incubator in 2012. Since then, it has been in constant transition. The goal of WE is to meet the needs of a growing community as they become apparent to the WE team, which means opening up new opportunities each year. Johnson said, “Our focus has been co-working during the week, meeting space for networking and nonprofits in the community, and education through workshops, music, and arts and technology.”

Celebrate the Power of Dreams will be held on August 15th at 7:00 p.m., inside the WE co-working space at 216 W North Main Street, Waxhaw.

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Annie Beth Donahue lives in Indian Trail, North Carolina with her husband Brad, and four children. She is a professional writer for both the web and print, and she can be found at www.anniebethdonahue.com.

Annie Beth also has a bachelor's degree in music therapy from Queens University of Charlotte, and has either been working with or parenting children with special needs for the past 18 years. She is a children's book author and the founder and president of Signposts Ministries, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves families that have children with chronic health problems or disabilities. In her non-working time, she homeschools and oversees the children's care of their small menagerie made up of chickens, two donkeys, a dog, a cat, and a snake.