postheadericon Santa and His Lions in Lansing

lions_tree1Santa's elves were busy at the North Pole, so when he came to Lansing Saturday he used Lions for helpers instead. The Lansing Lions Club decorated the Christmas tree in front of the Lansing Community Library Saturday. A surprise visit from Santa found him waving at traffic on Route 34B. Debbie Crandall, Wayne Pierce, Chuck Crandall, Rocky Baughman, Jack and Sue French, Judge Dave Banfield and Santa.

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Pet of the Week

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We may not need mittens to keep our hands warm much longer, but Mittens needs you! She is about 11 years old and came to us when her owner passed away. She is a bit shy at first, but warms up to people quickly. Because of her shy nature, we recommend her to a home with patient, cat-savvy people that will give this girl the time and love that she deserves. Could you be her special person?

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