Friday, December 13, 2013 12:00 AM | Written by Debbie Crandall | |
Santa'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.
Little Sand Castle, who is only 2 years old, was found roaming the hills of Newfield. She is really friendly and understands that people are in this world to pay lots of attention to her, pet her, and love her. Given that sweet personality, it's hard to understand how Sand Castle wound up with so many 'war wounds' from her time before the SPCA. Her teeth were particularly damaged, but that problem has since been taken care of, and she has put on some needed weight as well. Sand Castle will greet you with head butts, purring and welcoming meows. As for play, she especially likes string toys. Are you looking for a little extra love to add to your home? If so, Sand Castle is your girl!