And Now The Curtain Falls

I am writing this with a mixed bag of emotions.  I have been employed (happily) at the Membertou Trade & Convention Centre for close to 6 years, so it almost feels unnatural to think of a time that I won't be returning.  Be that as it may, the time has come to say adieu.  Due to personal reasons, which I won't bore you with, the decision was reached after long, tedious and sometimes sleepless nights.  After much careful thought, many prayers, and soul searching, we (my husband and myself) have decided (with much trepidition) to end my tenure here at the MTCC.  It wasn't an easy decision, but it is the ONLY decision, at least for me at this time.  Membertou has been wonderful to me, the Mi'Kmaq people are so welcoming and kind.  I have dabbled in learning the language, and lessons from a man I greatly admire, the late Clarence Gould.  Unfortunately, it is extremely hard to remember when you don't use it on a daily basis.  One word I do remember is We'la'lin-THANK YOU, for everything.  A big thank you to the wonderful staff and management at the MTCC, especially my boss Stephen Antle, who always goes above and beyond for anyone who needs a helping hand.  My hat's off to you, you are fantastic to work for, not just for me, but for everyone around you.  I am leaving you in capable hands, as Kayla Campbell will be taking over the position.  Thank you all from the bottom of my heart, this building and those surrounding it house the most amazing, caring people I have ever had the priviledge of knowing.

This is Box-Office Glenda signing off for the last time.


glenda you have become a true friend over the years you are a truly professional person not only on the job but to all you're co-workers i think i speak for all of us when i say you leaving will always hold a void in our hearts but i will continue to enjoy your friendship even though it will never be the same at work cheers to an awesome friend and co-worker!!!

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