A very special “thank you” to Cameco for choosing Golden Birches Terrace to be one of the establishments to celebrate Appreciation Day! Cameco team members provided us with many annuals, doing pruning, painting and overall final clean up at our front entrance. Thank you for your ongoing support and hard work.
We would also like to take this opportunity to extend our sincerest thanks to all those who generously donated time, effort and monetary donations towards the beautification of our Long Term Care Gardens (Golden Birches Terrace); Marcella Kenty, Claude Paquette, Cassandra Ciotka, Andrea Rainville, Darlene Wilkins, Romeo Francoeur, Lisa High, Family Council, Club Richelieu and the Rotary Club.
It is special people who help to make our facility a home. We welcome one and all to come and see the lovely outcome of all this hard work!
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Annual Staff Appreciation BBQ held in the Cafeteria at the Blind River Site on Thursday July 5, 2018.
Approximately 60+ staff members enjoyed a steak dinner with all the fixings. A BIG thank you to Donna Latulippe, Chair, Alex Solomon, 2nd Vice Chair, Sharon MacKinnon, and Julie Chenard-Azzi who flipped steaks on the BBQs on behalf of the NSHN Board of Trustees. We received a note from a steak lover that it was one GREAT steak! Also, thank you to the Food Services staff who cooked up all the sides (and had to stay for clean-up).
The Staff Club would like to thank Lisa High, CEO, for taking on the role as our Bingo Caller. We know she wasn’t quite sure what she was getting herself into, but she was a great sport.
The Staff Club would like to extend our appreciation to NSHN for continuing to support the Annual Staff BBQ, and encourage those who weren’t able to attend this year to consider joining us in 2019. If you have any suggestions for games, food or anything else you would like to see next year, please do not hesitate to contact: Melanie Kubatlija, Jaimee Elmore, Julie Woods, or Andrea Smith.
Thank you for the laughter, until next year!
NSHN Staff Club
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