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Happy Easter 2019

By on April 20, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

Heaven received another very special Angel this week. My good friend and work colleague Keith Barzee passed away last Sunday from cancer. Keith was a great co-worker, friend, brother, husband, father and grandfather. He will be missed greatly.    I have known Keith for many years. I first met him when he would come in from Terreton to pick up John Deere parts. When...

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Press Release Take 2

By on April 13, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

Okay all my faithful readers, as promised this is the press release that finally went out on Thursday. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FWEDA ANNOUNCES EDUCATION-FOCUSED PARTNERSHIP WITH THE TRAINING A.S.P.E.C.T. Focus on customer relationship-building training programs to enhance dealer profitability I want to give you a little background into the journey I have taken on the...

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Press Release

By on April 6, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

As promised last week, the title of this week’s story is Press Release. So, we will continue with the release. PRESS RELEASE:    The story that was originally going to be about the press release detailing the partnership of FWEDA and THE TRAINING A.S.P.E.C.T. has been changed. Instead, it will be about a milestone birthday for an amazing granddaughter instead. PRESS...

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TCI Rewards #1

By on March 30, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

   Okay, who remembers the story (New Volunteer Opportunity) I posted three weeks ago? Who can tell me what TCI stands for? Anyone? Anyone? Great job class! It stands for Teton Cancer Institute. Since the majority of the class responded with the correct answer, there’s a good chance we might break for recess a little early today.    Before I started volunteering at...

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Crusade Against Cancer School Sponsors

By on March 23, 2019 in Journal | 0 comments

   Last year’s Crusade Against Cancer fundraiser was a lot of fun. I first want to thank everyone who volunteered and made it such a great event. It was my first experience setting up this type of event. I reached out to some businesses that have done a lot of these, and they told me that for the first year, fifty to seventy-five participants was a good turn-out....

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