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School Food Services Operations Manager Emily Hunt retiring after 30 years of service

Posted on March 28

We announce with mixed emotions the upcoming retirement of School Food Services Operations Manager Emily Hunt. Emily will be departing from Northland School Division, concluding a remarkable journey of service on Thursday, March 28, 2024. 

For the past 30 years, Emily has played an integral role in the operation of School Food Services, a program, with a proud history spanning over 50 years. Initially serving as a program consultant for 14 years, she was mentored by the people who were there when School Food Services started. She then stepped into the role of Operations Manager for 16 years, where she applied her vast knowledge and passion to lead the meal program. 

Throughout her tenure, Emily's bubbly personality has been a source of joy and dedication. She has been instrumental in ensuring that students are provided with nutritious meals, laying a strong foundation for their health and academic success.

Beyond the day-to-day operations, Emily often went above and beyond to support Northland with organizing meals for community engagements, graduation ceremonies, Christmas and Northland Games. Her efforts played a critical role in bringing people together and creating moments of connection. 

Please join us in expressing our heartfelt gratitude to Emily for her years of dedicated service and in wishing her a retirement filled with happiness, relaxation, and new adventures. 

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