Women of Cour­taulds re­unite

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CORNWALL, On­tario - Cour­tauld’s has been closed for 26 years now, but for the ladies who worked there the com­radery is still go­ing strong.

Twice a year, the ladies of Cour­taulds get to­gether to re­mem­ber the good times. This year, they cel­e­brated “25 years of friendship” at Terri Mitchell’s home on June 10.

“We miss it, yes, we miss a lot of the work that we did do and the friend­ships that we had, and in this way, we get to con­tinue that with each other,” said Mitchell.

Terri had been at Cour­taulds right to the end of December of 1992 and is the glue that keeps their group stuck to­gether by or­ches­trated their re­unions.

The group con­sists of close to 20 em­ploy­ees that meet twice a year when the weather is good, some­times go­ing for dinner at the Blue An­chor or even just a potluck like the one they had this Sun­day.

“It was a re­ally good work­ing cli­mate be­cause there were no scan­dals, we all got along pretty well,” said Chris Ka­menz a col­league of Terri’s.

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