by Angus MacCaull
Here’s a nice picture of what organic growth can look like. Maggie MacLean made the signs by hand. I’m pretty sure that the signs were handed out fairly randomly, but it would be neat to see if there are any personal connections between any of the people holding the signs and the communities represented. For example, does Donna have any connection to New Glasgow? Does she shop there? Or does Glenda have any connection to Tatamagouche? Does she go swimming there?
2014 Lower Sackville
2013 AAM Financial (province-wide)
2011 HMS Financial (province-wide)
2010 Hammonds Plains
2005 New Minas
2003 Sydney River
2000 North Sydney
2000 Glace Bay
1998 New Glasgow
1970 Port Hawkesbury
… I did hear from Rodney recently that he goes to the gym in Port Hawkesbury.
Donna had her first introduction to insurance at Ballam Insurance many moons ago.
Ha! That’s pretty cool.
The passing out of the signs was random. Every third or fourth person in the order that they were hired. The only exceptions were the first sign to Mary Gillis, who has been with AA Munro the longest 1972 and the last one to Barb Surette to anchor the Teaam.
The actual signs were cut out and sanded by Janice Porter and delivered to Maggie MacLean, who did a fabulous job of painting them.