CAT'S EYE: North Shore Outlook Christmas party

Cat's Eye, Jan. 2, 2014.
— image credit: Cat Barr photo

As this year draws to an end, it’s only right to say.

How much it’s meant to all of us to be here every day.

You see, there’s folks who work real hard to bring it all together. They sell, they print, they re-arrange, and deliver in all weather.

Without our crew, we’re empty. There’s so much you don’t see. Our “Outlook” depends very much on this great family.


A toast to all. A toast to yours. A toast to this great night.

We thank you all for reading all the stories that we write. We love our news and headlines and events that are such fun.

And we’re coming back for more next year, now that this year is done.

So cheers from all the gang who work so hard behind the scene. We wish you happy New Year — and the best in 2014.


1 The Outlook’s Jeanette Duey, left, celebrates with publisher Heather McKie and her husband Michael McKie. 2 Feeling festive, sports columnist Len Corben, left, joins editor Justin Beddall. 3 Sales rep Tracey Wait and creative services manager Doug Aylsworth relax while enjoying some appies. 4 Reporters Maria Spitale-Leisk, left, and Michaela Garstin party the night away 5 Looking pretty, sales rep Tannis Hendriks enjoys the night. 6 The Outlook’s Hollee Brown, left, and Tania Berlin take a break from mingling. 7 Sales rep Pat Paproski and publisher Heather McKie kick off the Christmas celebration.

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