Longtime secretary at Lewis-Arriola and Pleasant View schools retires

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Longtime secretary at Lewis-Arriola and Pleasant View schools retires

Parade celebrates Valorie Mortensen’s two decades of service
On May 13, residents out to the Lewis-Arriola Elementary School parking lot for a parade honoring of retiring secretary Valorie Mortensen. Nikole Young of the Pleasant View Elementary School PTO, pictured here, helped organize the parade.
Valorie Mortensen is retiring after 20 years as secretary for Lewis-Arriola and Pleasant View elementary schools.
At least 50 vehicles turned out for the Wednesday morning parade.
Connor Rosenbaugh drives his family in the parade.
Students ask retiring secretary Valorie Mortensen to stay.
Tanna and Miray Young ride horses in the parade honoring Valorie Mortensen and her retirement.
Firetrucks take part in a parade honoring retiring school secretary Valorie Mortensen.

Longtime secretary at Lewis-Arriola and Pleasant View schools retires

On May 13, residents out to the Lewis-Arriola Elementary School parking lot for a parade honoring of retiring secretary Valorie Mortensen. Nikole Young of the Pleasant View Elementary School PTO, pictured here, helped organize the parade.
Valorie Mortensen is retiring after 20 years as secretary for Lewis-Arriola and Pleasant View elementary schools.
At least 50 vehicles turned out for the Wednesday morning parade.
Connor Rosenbaugh drives his family in the parade.
Students ask retiring secretary Valorie Mortensen to stay.
Tanna and Miray Young ride horses in the parade honoring Valorie Mortensen and her retirement.
Firetrucks take part in a parade honoring retiring school secretary Valorie Mortensen.
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