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ACAP is officially back in business

Among those at the ribbon-cutting ceremony were: third, from left: Martha Ross, of ACAP; Auburn Mayor Pete Lewis; church pastor Arleigh Champ-Gibson; Largo Wales, ACAP executive director; and Algona Mayor Dave Hill.  - Robert Whale/Reporter
Among those at the ribbon-cutting ceremony were: third, from left: Martha Ross, of ACAP; Auburn Mayor Pete Lewis; church pastor Arleigh Champ-Gibson; Largo Wales, ACAP executive director; and Algona Mayor Dave Hill.
— image credit: Robert Whale/Reporter

City officials, staff and board members celebrated the recent re-opening of ACAP Child and Family Services, now located at the White River Presbyterian Church, 526 12th St., Auburn.

The center’s re-opening follows several safety-mandated repairs to the wing of the church that ACAP now occupies.

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