Franklin ShopRite workers take children to work


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  • Those who participated in the Take Your Child to Work Day at ShopRite Franklin include, from left, Don Morgan, John DeCarlo with children, Madison & Hunter; Melanie Salerno and mother Lydia, and Patty Holster.




The ShopRite of Franklin hosted young shoppers for the annual Take Your Child to Work Day, in an effort to connect children with what transpires while mom, dad or their grandparents are “at their jobs”.

RoNetco Supermarkets offered a fun-filled experience in the life of a supermarket associate that included visiting many of the perishable and non-perishable departments and related activities. They stocked shelves, decorated cakes, prepared individual pizzas, operated a cash register, and learned about seafood, all with the ultimate goal of taking care of the customer and fulfilling their needs.




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