New manager hired at community grocery store

After being without a store manager for almost two years, the New England Community Grocery Store recently hired Angie DeWall as their new store manager.

Angie DeWall is the new manager of the New England Community Grocery Store, and she plans to continue to improve the store. (Photo byRachel Bock/The Herald)
Angie DeWall is the new manager of the New England Community Grocery Store, and she plans to continue to improve the store. (Photo byRachel Bock/The Herald)

By RACHEL BOCK
Herald Reporter

After being without a store manager for almost two years, the New England Community Grocery Store recently hired Angie DeWall as their new store manager.

DeWall decided to leave her job as an Operational Supervisor for the City of Dickinson, to enjoy the convenience of being in the same town as her children who go to school in New England. Also the daily commute to Dickinson became too much for DeWall, especially during the winter months, and she ultimately wanted to find a job closer to New England.

Since becoming the store manager, DeWall is enjoying meeting and getting to know everyone in the community. She also enjoys the everyday changes that her job brings.

DeWall and her husband Rocky moved from Minnesota to New England four years ago, and have two boys Daniel and Dylan.

The New England Community Grocery Store has been through a recent store remodel featuring a new store layout with the addition of new coolers. The store has also been adding new grocery items to the store shelves with new items arriving into the store every Monday.  The store now showcases a healthy food section, and has recently added a dollar items section. Having been the store manager for over a month, DeWall is constantly coming up with new ideas to improve the store and is trying to bring in a new variety of items. The store also offers two sales a week, a store sale and a manager’s special.

“The more I hear from the community on what they want to see in here, gives me new ideas of where I need to expand,” DeWall said.

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