Retreat Time

2013-05-29 22:15:03.000 – Cyrena Briede,  Director of Summit Operations

Our Executive Che-I mean Director in action!

This week on the summit isn’t a typical one for us. I’m not talking about the weather, which we all know is constantly changing up here, but about the staff retreat going on right now. For a second day we had both shifts present at the summit, and today we were joined by all of the staff at the Weather Discovery Center.

After winter is over, it’s common for us to have one of our monthly staff meetings on the summit, the place we all love and work for. We were happy to have our Executive Director, Scot Henley, join us last night and make dinner for the whole group. He made us one of his signature dishes, Chicken Marsala, and it was delicious! It was great for us all to spend an evening together laughing over dinner.

Tomorrow is the last day of our retreat, and then it’s back to normal. It’s been a great time, we have learned a lot, and I have really enjoyed spending a few days in a row with both shifts together. What a great team we have!


Cyrena Briede,  Director of Summit Operations

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