Pacific Mayor Leanne Guier and other representatives from the cities of Pacific and Algona greet students back to class at Alpac Elementary School on Sept. 5. COURTESY PHOTO

Pacific Mayor Leanne Guier and other representatives from the cities of Pacific and Algona greet students back to class at Alpac Elementary School on Sept. 5. COURTESY PHOTO

Welcome back

Police, fire and civic leaders from Pacific, Algona greet students on their first day of school

  • Wednesday, September 12, 2018 3:21pm
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The cities of Algona and Pacific joined forces and welcomed the students of Alpac Elementary back to school on Wednesday, Sept. 5.

Police departments, the Valley Regional Fire Authority, and elected officials and staff from both cities joined by Auburn School District Superintendent Alan Spicciati and Alpac teachers came together for high-fives and cheers to welcome eager students back to class.

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