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LESA’s Education Project collects snack packs for homeless and displaced local children over winter break

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Childhood homelessness does exist in Livingston County. Being a displaced teen or child is one thing, worrying about where your next meal will come from is another struggle. The McKinney-Vento Act supports students who are homeless, living in temporary situations, or might be in transition of housing. Throughout the school…

The Elder Care Firm continues their Lifecare Planning Workshops into February

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It’s All About Family! Have You Protected Them? COME TO A FREE LIFECARE PLANNING WORKSHOP “Protect Your Stuff in 3 Easy Steps” Call to Reserve Your Seat Now: (888) 390-4360 There is no cost or obligation. Most people talk about estate planning, we talk about planning for your life!  …

Classic Carpet honors veterans with their HOLIDAY HONOR TREE

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With the holiday season quickly approaching, we’d like to invite you to participate in our HOLIDAY HONOR TREE at Classic Carpet. We would love for you to join us in adorning our tree with photos of your currently enlisted men and women in uniform and/or your favorite veteran! This may…

Fantasy of Lights: Friday, Nov. 24…everything you need to know!

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All is Bright at Fantasy of Lights in downtown Howell the day after Thanksgiving  Ready to ring in the holiday season? Residents and visitors can join in the merriment on Friday, Nov. 24, in downtown Howell at the Fantasy of Lights. This year’s parade theme is “All is Bright.” Marking…

Apprenticeship Program at MS Plastic Welders in Webberville has been certified by the U.S. Department of Labor

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Strong business strategy and thinking outside the box, MS Plastic Welders in Webberville will welcome their first Apprentices this month. The newly initiated Mechatronics Apprenticeship program rely on a four year program through Lansing Community College. Apprentices will also receive on-the-job training in mechanical, electrical and programming applications in addition…

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