Re: Position available in beautiful Duluth Minnesota!!!

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From:Don Hammer <donh7@earthlink.net>
To:"Tapper, Sheila" <STapper@smdc.org>
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Hi Sheila,

Your correct about your description of winter in Duluth.  The summers are
spectacular, even with the Minnesota Bird being a Mosquito......  *evil
grin*   I was speaking from my childhood memories..........sliding down Lake
Street to school in the ice troughs made by the wheels of the cars, my hair
frozen solid in the DA style of the 50's cause I wouldn't wear a hat to mess
it up.  Ha!   Now Duluth has one of the best snow removals there is, I
believe.  Really looking forward to visiting all the ole sights and hope I
will find time to see your lab. (if your position is still open then, I
might even cut a few blocks for ya)   "Ya Sure Ya Bettcha"!!!!   "Uff Dah"
:)

Your lucky to be so young that this won't be your reunion, and I'll send the
contact phone number for your co-worker via private mail.

Good luck in your recruitment....so many job openings in Histology!

Don Hammer, Retired Guy
----- Original Message -----
From: Tapper, Sheila <STapper@smdc.org>
To: 'Don Hammer' <donh7@earthlink.net>
Cc: Histonet <Histonet@pathology.swmed.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2000 6:53 AM
Subject: RE: Position available in beautiful Duluth Minnesota!!!


> Don,
>
> You aren't helping my recruiting campaign!!!!  Some people find the hills,
> snow and ice to be charming!!!  Hockey, speedskating, ski jumping and
skiing
> are very popular here!!!  Not too many places can boast about the quality
> and number of x-country ski trails!!!  We even have Spirit Mountain for
> downhill skiing right in the city!
>
> Duluth is the destination for many summer vacations.  There are resorts
> located within 5 miles of my house.  Located on Lake Superior, and close
to
> many inland lakes and streams, the fishing is superb!  Summers I will
admit
> can feel rather short - but they are perfect!!  The sweltering days are
> limited - the lake keeps a cool breeze blowing!!
>
> As for your reunion - I have to admit that I am way too young to attend!!!
> If you could send me some information for a co-worker, he would like to
> attend!!!
>
> Please stop by when you are in town!  I would love to show you our lab!
>
> Sheila
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Don Hammer [SMTP:donh7@earthlink.net]
> Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 9:05 PM
> To: Tapper, Sheila
> Cc: Histonet
> Subject: Re: Position available in beautiful Duluth
> Minnesota!!!
>
> Oh Sheila..........  You didn't mention the hills AND the snow, AND
> the
> ice.  :)  Couldn't wait to get out in 1958, but It is a very pretty
> city
> now....many things to do and I am looking forward to my "Central
> Class
> Reunion" in July.   It's actually a reunion of all the 50's and 60's
> classes
> to be held July 13th, 14th and 15th.  Is that your school?  Are u
> attending?
> If I can tear myself away from "Coney Island", "Sammy's" and all the
> great
> places to see again, I may stop in to visit you at your lab.  If I
> don't eat
> all the Tobie's donuts I get on the way from Minneapolis, I'll bring
> you and
> your staff some.  I ain't cutting any blocks tho,  I don't want to
> mess up
> my pink and black outfit, complete with white bucks!  Gotta get one
> more
> wearing out of it .   Was put together for the NSH  50's party here
> in
> Seattle back around '86.  Hey Marilyn Gamble, remember doing the
> Disney 50's
> thing in Anaheim?  Damn, my feet are still sore?   *Grin*
>
> Chubby Checker Lives!   So do I, retire early people!!!!!  LOL
>
> Don Hammer, Retired Guy
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Tapper, Sheila <STapper@smdc.org>
> To: 'histonet' <histonet@pathology.swmed.edu>
> Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 10:15 AM
> Subject: Position available in beautiful Duluth Minnesota!!!
>
>
> > SMDC Health System in Duluth MN has a full time position for a HT
> or HTL
> > (ASCP) or eligible.  Experience with immuno is preferred, but not
> required.
> > Technicians rotate through all areas of our recently remodeled
> histology
> lab
> > that even has windows!  We are a progressive lab, with many
> automated
> > workstations.
> >
> > We offer a unique opportunity to someone who enjoys the great
> outdoors and
> > winter sports!  Duluth is 2  hours north of the Minneapolis/St.
> Paul area
> > in the "Northwoods", yet supports a symphony, ballet and many
> traveling
> > Broadway shows, as well as local theater.
> >
> > Visit the SMDC web site at SMDC.org.  You will find links to the
> Human
> > Resources department.  If you are unable to open the site, call
> the Human
> > Resources department at 1-800-662-3455.  The person you need to
> talk to is
> > Tracy Carroll.  If you have any questions about the lab, give me a
> call!
> My
> > number is listed below.
> >
> > Sheila Tapper
> > Anatomic Pathology Team Leader
> > SMDC Health System
> > Duluth, MN
> > (218) 786-4510
> > stapper@smdc.org
> >
> >
> >
>
>




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