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Brittany Helton
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  • Imperial, MO
  • United States
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St. Louis
Where have you lived and worked?
I've lived and worked in Missouri my entire life, and I'm finally starting to branch out and see what the rest of the world is like.
About Me:
I'm headed off to my first seasonal job at Signal Mountain
Dream Job:
Nature Photographer

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At 5:32pm on April 17, 2010, Jim Tobin said…
I have been doing this kind of work for many years and have heard nothing but great things about Signal Mtn. Looking forward to a fun summer. See ya then.
At 8:55pm on April 16, 2010, Jim Tobin said…
Welcome to seasonal work. I'll be at Signal Mtn also. Starting 5-2 as the breakfast cook. What will you be doing?

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