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The Terrace Grill Says Farewell to Staff Members Leaving for College
Friday, September 02, 2011
It's always a shame to see staff members leave, especially with the close bonds that are formed in this family-owned business, but we certainly enjoy the time they spent here on the Ranch with us. We employ a number of Comfort High School students and we enjoy having them as a part of our restaurant staff. It's important to us to encourage growth and employ local youth. Here are some familiar faces you may have seen in the restaurant and what they're up to now.
Until recently, Lindsay has been a staple at Riven Rock Ranch, from the time food service started to take root at the ranch and then at The Terrace Grill. She worked breakfast shifts at La Cocina, when it was our main restaurant facility, as well as our Sunset Dinner series. During the first days of The Terrace Grill, Lindsay was completing her basic training for ROTC, so she was not present for some activities at the beginning, but was here in spirit. She continued to work many shifts up until she moved to Austin. To this day, she remains active in ROTC, spending one week a month doing intensive training. She is pursuing an accounting degree from Austin Community College in Austin, Texas.
Shkynah has been a great addition to the restaurant and we're sincerely going to miss her. For the past 3 years she's been with us on the Ranch, helping with special events and later, when the Terrace Grill opened, was a great help with food prep and dishwashing. She graduated from Comfort High School in 2010 and is now slated to attend University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas.
Alicia was with us for a short time this summer but we very much appreciated her assistance at the restaurant. She graduated from Comfort High School in May of 2011 and is now enrolled at Washington and Lee University in St. Louis, Missouri.
We will miss their laughter and hard work in The Terrace Grill this fall and wish them all the best with their academic endeavors. We can't wait to see them when they visit next summer to see how they've matured and grown in their time away at college.
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