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Retirement reception set for two Atchison city employees

(KAIR)--A retirement reception is set Friday afternoon for two longtime Atchison City employees.

According to a press release from the city of Atchison, the city will celebrating the retirement of Human Resources Director Lori Moore and City Clerk Deb Clem with a reception at the Atchison Event Center from 3 to 6.

Moore is retiring after 42 years with city, and Clem after 16 years. Moore is the longest-tenured employee on city staff.

City Manager Becky Berger said “ we’ve been fortunate to have these two longtime professionals helping to guide our organization for so many years. It's only fitting that we celebrate their careers in a way that everyone can participate.”

The reception is open to the public and will take place in the Oak Room on the second floor of the Event Center. There will be refreshments for guests and a cash bar available.

Friday is the last day of employment for Moore and Clem.

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