Rebecca enjoys new job

YESTERDAY was only day two on the job for Grafton girl Rebecca Stahlut, but she was well into the swing of things at Prince Street's new discount pharmacy, Chemist Outlet.

“We've been pretty busy already,” she said.

Being busy is nothing new for Rebecca, who juggles her work with studying literature and composition through distance education provider Open University.

She said she was interested in creative writing, but also enjoyed the complicated task of analysing literature.

With her family and friends all living in Grafton or nearby villages, Rebecca was happy to share some advice for visitors to the Clarence Valley.

“I'd tell them to go to the Jacaranda Festival, although that's only once a year,” she said.

“When the Saraton Theatre opens, I'd tell them to see a movie and the building, because it's quite old and really nice.”



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