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After 21 Years at KATV, Pam Says Goodbye

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A bittersweet end to a 21-year career at KATV and what a fantastic ride! Friday will be my last day with the Channel 7 family as I have resigned to assume the role of Communications Director for the Little Rock School District. I feel tremendously blessed to have been in a field that I have enjoyed for 21 years. I will miss connecting with you, the viewers, on a daily basis. You have been like family, also. I hope to use the experience, my background and the insight I have gained over the years to support the mission of LRSD and to make a difference for all of "our" students. I am excited about the opportunities ahead. 

I want to remain connected to all of those who love and appreciate food as much as I do - I'm contemplating how that can happen... so stay tuned....

For now, thank you to all of you who have supported me over the years, watched me grow... and even to those of you who have offered constructive criticism - all of which, I believe, have helped prepare me for the next chapter. 

Until next time, Bon Appetit
Pam

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