Lansing Harbor Festival 2013

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Lansing Harbor Festival 2013

 

lhf2013_kidspavboyThe 7th Annual Lansing Harbor Festival was held Saturday (August 10) at Myers Park

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lhf2013_candidatesLocal candidates were a-plenty at Saturday's festival. Pictured (left to right) Mike Sigler (R) for Lansing Representative to the Tompkins County Legislature, Katrina Binkewicz (D) for Lansing Town Board, Robetrt Cree (R) for Lansing Town Board, Pat Pryor (D) for Lansing Representative to the Tompkins County Legislature, (Not pictured are Doug Dake (R) and Gay Nicholson (D) for Lansing Town Board)

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lhf2013_hatfieldLansing Barbecued Chicken Master Dave Hatfield

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lhf2013_floodAfter Thursday's storm parts of Myers Park were flooded

lhf2013_recycleGeoff Dunn spins the Wheel of Recycling

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Pet of the Week

SnowLeopardSnow Leopard arrived at the SPCA as part of a number of cats in a hoarding case. He had a pretty bad kitty cold when he arrived, and wasn't interested in eating, but he has recovered well from the illness and is now seeking his purrever home. We discovered that cat foods containing fish do a number on his intestines so Snow Leopard should not be fed any diet containing fish. He certainly gets along well with his roommates, so if you have another cat or two at home Snow Leopard wouldn't fuss. This beautiful boy just needs a home to call his own with a person or two to admire him and stroke him and love him 'furever'.

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Lansing Trivia

Lansing Station began in 1829 as a ferry landing that went to Frog's Point (now Camp Barton) on the west side of Cayuga Lake

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