Lansing Golden K Kiwanis
Len Koenes, secretary of the Lansing Golden-K Club, takes donations and hands out bookmarks that explain what the club does and the groups it helps.
It’s always nice to hear from my friends at the Lansing Golden-K Club. They recently sent me some news to share with my readers.
The Lansing Golden-K Kiwanis recently donated $1,000 so the Lansing Food Pantry can buy a new van. Pictured, from left, are Len Koenes, Marsha McCrory, Elaine McGrail, Bill Meuzelaar, Chris Coley and Karen Adams.
When you have a little one, it can be hard to stay up to date on the lives of friends, family and celebrities. It’s great to connect with a letter, social event or online to find out the latest news.
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