Thank you, Homer

  • Thursday, October 3, 2013 10:32am
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I want to personally thank the community of Homer for all your support in  making Homer High School’s homecoming a success this year.  I would  especially like to thank the city of Homer for expediting our parade permit, the Homer Police for help with traffic and issuing our fire permit and the Homer Fire Department for helping with our homecoming fire. All of these organizations are top-notch and we couldn’t do this without you. 

I also would like to thank the Homer Middle School and Paul Banks Elementary for participating in our first community homecoming parade and all the parents and community members who put in many hours to make this a quality event for our students.  You make me proud to live in Homer.

Douglas Waclawski, principal 

Homer High School 

 

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