Thursday, July 7, 2011

Company Social Night

June 30, 2011

It happens all over the world, the need for companies and organizations to have a “compulsory social night”. These events are organized by a socially aware employee to build harmony among people who would rather be home and who cannot stand another moment of listening to their manager’s pontificate about how great everything and one are. The usual draws are prizes and free food with a “uniting” theme. The social night for Women in Business Development’s theme is “Oldies Night”, ` the food is a large pizza for every two people, the prizes are for most weight lost, best costume, and the “Employee of the Quarter”. This is the first of what is planned to be many social nights.

As with many events like this, there are surprises. Sleeper employees suddenly come to the fore. Those quiet, diligent people who make up the backbone of any organization, others never notice reveal their alter-persona, take their prizes and awards, then return to their own private and productive lives.

Party organizer and manager

Former Samoan Peace Corps who married a Samoan, still pitches baseball at 66, wears
high school uniform

Lost over 20 pounds in six weeks, married father of two

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