Archive for Thursday, December 20, 2007

A place of their own

December 20, 2007

Debbie Deere, owner of A Deere Place, cuts the ribbon for the ceremonial opening of the new preschool at 1104 Industrial Street in the Lansing Business Center off Gilman Road. A Deere Place offers all-day and half-day care for children ages three to six and before and after school care for Lansing Elementary and Intermediate School students. Standing to Deere's left is Lansing Mayor Kenneth Bernard and to her right is Lansing Chamber of Commerce president Greg Madsen and her husband Kyle Deere. Some of the students and staff of the center, which moved to the new location on Nov. 1, also joined her for the ribbon cutting.

Debbie Deere, owner of A Deere Place, cuts the ribbon for the ceremonial opening of the new preschool at 1104 Industrial Street in the Lansing Business Center off Gilman Road. A Deere Place offers all-day and half-day care for children ages three to six and before and after school care for Lansing Elementary and Intermediate School students. Standing to Deere's left is Lansing Mayor Kenneth Bernard and to her right is Lansing Chamber of Commerce president Greg Madsen and her husband Kyle Deere. Some of the students and staff of the center, which moved to the new location on Nov. 1, also joined her for the ribbon cutting.

Debbie Deere, owner of A Deere Place, cuts the ribbon for the ceremonial opening of the new preschool at 1104 Industrial Street in the Lansing Business Center off Gilman Road.

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