E Mails Analysis

Date : April 16, 2012
To:   All Employees
Cc:   Board of Directors
Subject: Thank You for All You Do!
First of all let me once again thank each and every one of you that participated in and donated to our Relay for Life campaign last year.   Thanks to all your hard work and sincere dedication we were able to reach our goal.   This is a very special charity for our organization and we really appreciate all of you. May will be here before you know it and it will be time to do this again, so we are scheduling a meeting for April 25, 2012 at 2:00p.m.   I hope to see everyone there ready to work hard and have yet another successful benefit. If for any reason you are unable to attend please notify me as soon as possible.

Thank you,

To: All employees,
Cc: Board of Directors
Subject: Relay for Life Cancer Benefit
As all of you know, May is fast approaching and it is time for us all to start preparing for Relay for Life Cancer Benefit. I am sure all of you are aware of the importance of this charity This year all employees will be expected to participate. A list of tasks will be sent out and everyone is expected to choose at least two of those tasks to complete. We will have a mandatory meeting May 8, 2012 at 7:00 pm to finalize these plans. Anyone unable to attend is expected to present me with a valid excuse for not participating.
Thank you,

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