Say­ing a sad good­bye

Isis Town and Country - - Opinion - Jodie Dixon Re­porter jodie.dixon@isistc­

IT’S with a heavy heart that I must say good­bye to Janelle de Jong – her last day with Town and Coun­try will be Mon­day.

She has been the face of Town and Coun­try for a long time and sadly she is leav­ing.

I want to take this op­por­tu­nity to thank you Janelle for ev­ery­thing you have done for the news­pa­per and for me.

You kept the of­fice in or­der and saved the printer from nu­mer­ous pa­per jams caused by me on my first day.

I have only been with the pa­per for a short time. You wel­comed me, helped me find my feet and kept the cus­tomers happy.

I wish you all the best with your fu­ture en­deav­ours. Feel free to call in any time to use the pho­to­copier, and, fin­gers crossed I will never need to change the rolls on the lam­i­nat­ing ma­chine.

I prom­ise to stay clear of the elec­tric sta­pler and I will never feed an en­ve­lope into the pho­to­copier.

It was a plea­sure to work with you and I wish you all the best. Janelle, you will be missed by many peo­ple, in­clud­ing me.

If you have any leads, you have my num­ber.

Thanks again Janelle from Town and Coun­try and all its read­ers.

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