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CAC employees rewarded

The Collectivit� ing�nieuse de la P�ninsule acadienne (CIPA) inc. is happy to acknowledge the exceptional work of 13 Community Access Center employees from the Acadian Peninsula. These employees were given a recognition award from Connect NB Branch�, during the employees� most recent training workshop in Fredericton, in acknowledgement of their contribution and commitment to their Community Access Centers.

Photo: Lucille Robichaud, St-Isidore CAC - School, C�line Kenny, Caraquet CAC -Library, Brigitte Lainey, St-Isidore CAC - Municipality, Daniel Th�riault, Grande-Anse CAC, Fernande Comeau, Tracadie-Beach CAC , Guy Th�riault, Shippagan CAC, Ga�tane Paimpec, CAC coordinator (CIPA) representing CIPA, Venance Th�riault, Paquetville CAC - CRCP. Absent: R�mi Gauvin, Lam�que CAC, Monique Th�riault, Maisonnette CAC, Alice Th�riault, Paquetville CAC - School, Rach�le Laplante-Saunier, Tracadie-Sheila CAC - Library and Nancy Mallet, Tracadie-Sheila CAC � High school, Micheline Robichaud, Val-Comeau CAC.

Congratulations to these outstanding employees who each have served their Community Access Center a total of three years or more.


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