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Hero receives Lions Club bandana

Lions Club member Ethan Larson's dog Hero recently received a club bandana at a Wednesday meeting.

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Lions Club President Jessica Minske presents Ethan Larson with a club bandana for his dog Hero.
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Lions Club member Ethan Larson's dog Hero recently received a club bandana at a Wednesday meeting.

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