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Donut Treasure Map


Dear Members and Constituents,
My office move is complete. I am fully unpacked and my new office feels 20 pounds lighter. I took the opportunity to do some early Spring cleaning a couple of weeks ahead of the season (in case you were wondering, I did shred all those ten-year-old “proprietary and confidential” documents –just in case). We’ll see how long my organization, cleanliness and new office smell last. I am aware this move may be causing folks in my new row consternation about foot traffic and property values –and confusion for donut club members everywhere. For the former, there is not much I can do (except to ask them to trust the benefits will outweigh the costs). For the latter, that is you loyal FDC members, I have created this treasure map to help navigate your way to the new location (as should be customary in pirate maps, donuts mark the spot).

Speaking of confusion, John Schoder (donut boy) was a little waylaid on his way here, but has finally arrived. He makes it up to us with a broad selection of delicious pastries. So come grab yours –think of it as an office-warming party for me (I know I do).
Happy Friday!

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