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Lansing Red Hat Movers and Shakers Christmas Party and Ornament Exchange

Members of the Lansing Red Hat Movers and Shakers gathered Tuesday, Dec. 13, at Lansing Community Center for their annual Christmas Party and Gift Exchange.

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The Lansing Red Hat Movers and Shakers gather for a group picture at the Lansing ...

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Pink Hat Teresa Hilliard (she's not of age to become a Red Hat, yet) talks ...

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Jennean Reed, left, holds up the ornament she unwrapped while a surprised Mary Owen looks ...

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Marylou Weldy, right, shows off the stuffed puppy she unwrapped during the Red Hat ornament ...

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Mary Lou Euler looks over a gift during the exchange, contemplating whether to "steal" it ...

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Mary Owen, left, and Rosemary Wasserman laugh at a remark made during the ornament exchange. ...

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Mary Owen delights in the candle she opened at the Red Hat ornament exchange.

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Jean Smith, left, "steals" a puppy ornament from Ethel Stephenson, right, during the Red Hat ...

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Jean Smith, left, gets direction from Ethel Stephenson, second from right, about which gift bag ...

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Betty Morris and Marylou Weldy admire one of the ornaments exchanged at the party.

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Mary Ann Sherley, left, admires her newly opened ornament while Dusty Rhoads and Laura Barnes ...

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Helen Bennett, left, and Ada Young, right, wait for Marietta Reese to open her ornament.

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Marietta Reese holds up her ornament under the watchful eye of Ada Young.

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Pat Huycke, left, opens an ornament with fellow Red Hat Helen Bennett admiring the snowman.

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Brenda Berkstresser, left, makes off with a snowman ornament from Dusty Rhoads during the ornament ...

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Dusty Rhoads, second from left, is scolded by "Queen Mother" Ethel Stephenson, right, during the ...

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Dusty Rhoads falls to his knees and laments the fact that he can't "steal" the ...

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Ethel Stephenson, left, "Queen Mother" of the Lansing Red Hat Movers and Shakers, admires an ...

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