Happy Trails to Oregon

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I received this bracelet from a girl named Lacey. We were coworkers at Pembroke’s (If you’re in Wilmington, NC and appreciate amazing, farm to table, southern cooking, go to their sister restaurant Rx, located on Castle and 5th. You won’t be disappointed..) and she was always so aware of doing nice things for the entire staff. She’d bring in donuts on Sunday morning and make an extra stop to get me and my partner a mini gluten free cake instead. When she found out we were moving to Oregon so that I could attend my dream masters program, she wanted to make sure she expressed her care for us in thoughtful gifts. This couldn’t have been more perfect! I was embarking on a cross country journey, with the most gentle, balanced, and goofy man a girl could hope for (and my sweet pup!) to follow my dreams of getting involved in nonprofit international disaster management. Applying and getting into University of Oregon’s Master of Nonprofit Management program was a last minute decision, made only a few months prior after a return from a work trip to Peru and realizing how much I still wanted (and needed) to learn. Oregon has welcomed me with open, rainy, and interested arms! I have been throwing myself whole heartedly into the nature, the school and my new home.

Happy Trails to Oregon

434+Clearbrook+Dr. Wilmington, NC

I received this bracelet from a girl named Lacey. We were coworkers at Pembroke’s (If you’re in Wilmington, NC and appreciate amazing, farm to table, southern cooking, go to their sister restaurant Rx, located on Castle and 5th. You won’t be disappointed..) and she was always so aware of doing nice things for the entire…

Mar 22, 2018

Happy Trails to Oregon

Katie Kerekes
Wilmington, NC

I received this bracelet from a girl named Lacey. We were coworkers at Pembroke's (If you're in Wilmington, NC and appreciate amazing, farm to table, southern cooking, go to their sister restaurant Rx, located on Castle and 5th. You won't be disappointed..) and she was always so aware of doing nice things for the entire staff. She'd bring in donuts on Sunday morning and make an extra stop to get me and my partner a mini gluten free cake instead. When she found out we were moving to Oregon so that I could attend my dream masters program, she wanted to make sure she expressed her care for us in thoughtful gifts. This couldn't have been more perfect! I was embarking on a cross country journey, with the most gentle, balanced, and goofy man a girl could hope for (and my sweet pup!) to follow my dreams of getting involved in nonprofit international disaster management. Applying and getting into University of Oregon's Master of Nonprofit Management program was a last minute decision, made only a few months prior after a return from a work trip to Peru and realizing how much I still wanted (and needed) to learn. Oregon has welcomed me with open, rainy, and interested arms! I have been throwing myself whole heartedly into the nature, the school and my new home.

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