Janelle says Good­bye

Isis Town and Country - - News -

ISIS Town and Coun­try of­fice Man­ager Janelle deJong is leav­ing the news­pa­per, af­ter 32 years in the busi­ness.

Mrs deJong first started out at the pa­per in July 1983 as an of­fice as­sis­tant and has seen many changes to the busi­ness in that time, be­com­ing the of­fice man­ager in 2006.

“I have al­ways had a fan­tas­tic work­ing re­la­tion­ship with peo­ple, help­ing them out with dif­fer­ent things, and giv­ing them some hot tips for po­ten­tial sto­ries,” Mrs deJong said of the jour­nal­ists she had worked with.

“I have also had a great work­ing re­la­tion­ship with dif­fer­ent ad reps,” she said.

Mrs deJong said I would like to wish all of my cus­tomers and the friends I have made through my work­place all the best, I will miss all of your friendly faces. Over the years Mrs deJong has worked tire­lessly selling, pro­mot­ing and sup­port­ing the Childers com­mu­nity and the wider re­gion. Her last day with Isis Town and Coun­try will be on Mon­day 21, Septem­ber.

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