Old but gold – Heidekreis

Old but gold – Heidekreis
Old but gold – Heidekreis

At least one more field, then I’ll be safe at home. The nervousness increases because two others are ahead of me to move. Opponent number one is no longer a danger, he can only move one field further. Opponent number two twirls the dice

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Sarah Langemeyer originally comes from the Hanover region. Having grown up there, she moved to Vienna to study after graduating from high school. For five years, the motto there was: cramming for a bachelor’s and master’s degree in journalism and communication sciences.

The classic newspaper advertisement brought the then 24-year-old to the Walsroder Zeitung, where she completed her traineeship. Then she got a taste of Nordic air again: her path took her to Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania to the Schweriner Volkszeitung.

Having gained some experience and knowledge, Sarah Langemeyer made a conscious decision to return to the Walsroder Zeitung. She has been working there at the news desk since July 2019.

In her free time, the convinced summer child counts the hours of sunshine, looks into the cooking pots, cleans the sports shoes and also likes to listen to good music when going to concerts.

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