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Lions support Lemmer therapy dog

Courtesy photo This year, the Wells Lions Club made two donations totaling $850 to Lemmer School to help with expenses of their therapy dog, “Physics.” Lemmer’s principal, Matthew Johnson-Reeves, brought Physics to a Lions Club meeting and explained how important Physics has become for the kids and the rest of the school. The Lions have made two donations towards this endeavor so far and decided to make it a part of its annual budget. Above, Johnson-Reeves, left, accepts a check from the Lions Club for the donation with the help of students.

Courtesy photo

This year, the Wells Lions Club made two donations totaling $850 to Lemmer School to help with expenses of their therapy dog, “Physics.” Lemmer’s principal, Matthew Johnson-Reeves, brought Physics to a Lions Club meeting and explained how important Physics has become for the kids and the rest of the school. The Lions have made two donations towards this endeavor so far and decided to make it a part of its annual budget. Above, Johnson-Reeves, left, accepts a check from the Lions Club for the donation with the help of students.

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