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CONGRATS - NEW DT MEMBERS!!!!

Hello friends!!!

The long anticipated day is here!!! We have TEN new DT members to announce!!

First and foremost, I would like to personally thank all the amazingly talented applicants. We recieved a lot more applications than we expected, and thank each and every person who applied. I also encourage those who did not get a DT position to PLEASE apply again our next DT call. It was sooooo hard to pick as each and every one of you was so talented!!

Here is a complete list of the Kennedy Grace Creations Team:

Owner: Michelle Dorland
Creative Coordinator: Meghan Shea (that's me ;))
DT Coordinator: Beverly Jordan

Senior DT Members:
Erica A-B
Karen Oliver
Cindy Gress Messer
Chera Giesbrecht
Rachel Bergfeld
Heidi

Please lets give a warm welcome, to the following, NEW Kennedy Grace Creations Design Team Members:
Kristina Hein
Jill Taylor
Christine Riley
Monica Edwards
Donna Lewis
LeeAnn McKinney
Marina Kartavenko
Brenda Nakandakari
Berina Febin
Martha Lucia Gomez Hernandez

Welcome to KGC, ladies!!! Michelle will post again later more info, photo's and details! So excited you all have joined our team!

Big hugs!!!
~Meg
IG: MeghanShea3377

  

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  1. So glad to be a member of the DT!!

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  2. This is so awesome! I look forward to working/collaborating/having fun with everyone on the DT. Thank you KGC for this opportunity.

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  3. Congratulations and looking forward to working with all of you!!

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