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Morning Team Revisits Past Summer Jobs



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    School is back and summer is ending. That means saying goodbye to the fun and the sun. For some of us, it means saying goodbye to summer jobs. 

    Members of the morning team challenged each other to go back in time and again do the jobs that put a little money in their pockets over the summers.

    From bartending to babysitting, we did it all.  

    In case you missed it, the first segment was Todd Piro waiting tables.

    Bob Maxon Revists His Summer Job as a Bartender

    [HAR] Bob Maxon Revists His Summer Job as a Bartender
    The morning crew has been revisiting the summer jobs they did in their days before television.
    (Published Friday, Aug. 30, 2013)

    The second was Kerri-Lee Mayland working at the pro-shop at a golf course.

    The third was Brad Drazen revisiting his days as a caddie at a golf course.

    Thursday, Shirley Chan headed to a library, where she worked as a page.

    Babysitting With Kayla James

    [HAR] Babysitting With Kayla James
    Summer vacation as a High Schooler living is easy and concerns are minimal. However, when you're looking to make some pocket money, the job prospects are limited. One option is the old standby of babysitting.
    (Published Friday, Aug. 30, 2013)

    Friday, Kayla James returned to her days of babysitting and Bob Maxon revisited his days as a bartender.

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