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Sam to bid farewell to Champion

JOURNALIST Samantha Manchee leaves the Moree Champion this week.
Nanjing Night Net

After completing an internship with the Champion in June, Samantha was offered full-time employment as a journalist.

“How do I say goodbye?” Samantha said, when describing her time living in Moree and working at the Champion.

“Soon I will be looking at Moree in my rear view mirror as I make the six hour journey back to the Gold Coast to finish my university degree, I know all I will feel is affection for this town.

“I came to Moree on internship as a photojournalist for two weeks in June; I fell in love with the town, the people and its scenery.

“I can see why my family farmed in the region for so long,” she said.

“I have worked with many amazing community groups and residents on stories such as the residents on Morton Street and issues with their drainage, Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall and the opening of the bypass, and running around taking photos of our local riders at the Boolooroo race course.

“Seeing Mungadoo – All Greased Up! At Mungindi still beats seeing Les Miserables at Queensland Performing Arts Centre, buying my first ball gown for the Young Aggies Ball, celebrating itwith Gwanita and Doug Hill at the 40th Subaru Anniversary and applying my first ever fake tan for the Moree Christmas Twilight Races.

“To Katrina Humphries, Adam Marshall and community groups like the Lions Club, Can Assist, PCYC, Pius-X Aboriginal Corporation, and The Moree Plains Gallery thank you for graciously welcoming me in to town with open arms.

“To my work friends at the Moree Champion you really did become family.”

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