A Fond Farewell From Your Natick Patch Editor
Reflecting on my time in Natick, I thank you all.
Well, after more than a year and a half on the job my time as the editor of Natick Patch has come to an end. After today, I will be moving back to Connecticut to begin a new opportunity and new adventure, but I couldn't leave without first saying a few words of thanks.
When I came to Natick in November of 2010, I faced a town of new people to meet, new roads to navigate, new things to learn and...GASP...Red Sox fans. It wasn't long before I was welcomed into town as one of your own and for that I thank you.
Thank you to all those who helped me to find my way around a new town and a new state; thank you to those who were extra ears and eyes around town when I couldn't be at every performance or every meeting, submitting photos and and information; thank you to those who opened your hearts and shared your stories with me and the rest of town. I truly appreciate all you've done.
I hope that in the time Natick Patch has been live, you've grown to see it as your community site—a place where you can stop in for the news and information of the day and to debate and catch up with neighbors even on your busiest of days. Natick Patch is being left in more than capable hands and I hope it continues to be your source for all things Natick.
While excited to be starting a new chapter, I'll miss walking along the river in South Natick with a cup of Charles River Coffee House brew, grabbing some fresh produce at the farmers market, the many town parades, eggplant subs from Corrado's, the quiet corners of the Morse Institute Library, the abundance of shopping and, of course, all of you I've met along the way.
Thanks again and wishing you all the best,