Lansing Food Pantry
LANSING | It's official. Lansing Christian is a dynasty.
LANSING | Members of the Lansing Christian School basketball team were presented as champions of the Lansing Roundball Classic Tournament. Lansing Christian defeated Reavis Elementary School in the final game.
Pictured are some of the participants of the Lansing Roundball Classic with donations collected for the Lansing Food Pantry. Six different Lansing schools were represented at the tournament.
LANSING | As part of the Lansing Roundball Classic tournament, a food drive took place within the Lansing schools to benefit the Lansing Food Pantry, which included a competition to see which school could collect the most food.
LANSING | As part of the Lansing Roundball Classic tournament, a food drive was held within the Lansing schools to benefit the Lansing Food Pantry, which included a competition to see which school could collect the most food. Donations for the food pantry were also taken at the championship game.
Chairman Karen Adams helps Girl Scouts from Lansing Troop 60314 place donated food items on the shelves Monday at the Lansing food pantry.
Members of Lansing Girl Scout Troop 60314 pose with their donation to the Lansing Food Pantry. Pictured, from left, are: Christin Jones, Ruby Tolnai, food pantry chairman Karen Adams, Reece Gibbons, Emma Lingo, Ainsley Grant, Ellie Wallace and Esmeralda Spencer.
LANSING | Lansing municipal employee Davina Frazier won this year's pumpkin decorating contest with her version of the village's clock tower design.
From left are Lansing municipal employees Charles Johnson, Julie Sciackitano, Carlotta Lopez, Cheryl Kasper, Kay Sheppard, Karen Adams, from the Lansing Food Pantry, first place winner Davina Frazier, Marsha McCroy, from the Lansing Food Pantry, Planning and Economic Development Director Kri…
Decorated pumpkins are on view at the Lansing Municipal Center for voting, which ends Oct. 26.
LANSING | Voting in the fourth annual Lansing Municipal Center pumpkin decorating contest is in full swing.
LANSING | The Lansing Education Association of District 158 sponsored a toy drive to benefit the Lansing Food Pantry.
Pictured with the toys collected for the Lansing Food Pantry are, from left, Bob Winter, treasurer, Lansing Education Association; Janice Sausman, union president; Elaine McGrail, treasurer of the Lansing Food Pantry; Ali Robilatta, union vice president, and Jana Riel, union secretary.
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