Trent Hills is located on along the banks of the Trent River in Northumberland County. It is made up of three communities; Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth and the rural areas surrounding these villages. It is a vibrant, thriving community filled with an eclectic group of inspirational women.
Christine AlthouseInspiring • Passionate • Committed
My life changed about ten years ago. That was when I found the strength to confront some of the demons who had been holding me back. I wasn’t satisfied with my life back then, and I didn’t like the person I was. Lacking confidence in myself, I sought attention in ways that were not productive and I was… Continue reading
Montse AlvaradoBeautiful • Images • Montserrat
My name is Maria del Montserrat Alvarado Navarro. My name represents the best I could have received from my parents. Maria is my spiritual name, and my name, Montserrat, means “Inside a Hill” in a dialect from a place called Catalonia in Spain. Alvarado is my Dad’s side of the family – Intelligent, artistic, practical.… Continue reading
Shannon PrestonDramatic • Empathetic • Generous
I was raised on the outskirts of Hastings Ontario with a bouquet of dandelions in one hand and a frog jumping out of the other. I made mud pies, watched calves being born, and spent many afternoons climbing trees or reading Nancy Drew. My teens were spent fighting a parental rebellion, hiding in books, and walking the… Continue reading
Susan PomfretIntelligent • Dynamic • Compassionate
The Maiden is long gone. The Mother has faded into the background. I am well into the Third Age and life is pretty good. My husband and I retired from careers we loved and moved from Oakville to Trent Hills in 2014. Gary was ready, but to me, our relocation was about opening doors to another chapter… Continue reading
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