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Bucyrus Police And Fire Chiefs Serve Up Smiles

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 1/22/2014

Bucyrus Elementary School was "Serving Up Smiles" today, with the help of two special guests. Police Chief David Koepke and Fire Chief Jay Keller came in to serve lunch to the students, and sit down with them to explain their jobs. The school does this twice a year, with the Bucyrus mayor and school superintendent also visiting, as a way of introducing the children to community leaders they wouldn't normally meet. "Serving Up Smiles" also gave students a chance to win prizes, and enjoy the smiley face decorations in the cafeteria.

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