Choice Mindsets

Choice Mindsets

Megan Bornhorst:
“I don’t know what’s more exciting: Tony cleaning his office, or the new refrigerator?”

This week, Tony has been busy straightening up his office with a thorough cleaning. The commotion has drawn most of us in to chuckle …

Inquiring Mindsets want to know:
“If you were a traffic sign, what would you be?”

Megan Bornhorst, Chronic Hugger
“”This crazy directional sign, as I feel I am going a million different directions with my kids, and I like its

Craig Eley:

“I bring in an apple a day. Next company meeting quiz I’m going to put it on Tony’s desk to hopefully get an A.”

If Choice One were an elementary school, clearly Craig’s actions would obviously get him

Kecia Flaute:
“Did you see Mitch opening up that box of traffic counter tube road tape? He’s the traffic engineer equivalent of a kid at Christmas.”

In case you weren’t paying attention to the date, Brittany and Megan (above) would …

 

Tony Schroeder:

“How many Barhorsts does it take to scan?”

Three, Tony. It clearly takes three.

Brian “Barney” Barhorst’s daughters Carly (left) and Danielle (right) have been helping us this summer on our quest to make Choice One paperless …