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Lions show support for new parents

The Park Rapids Lions Club presented supplies and funds recently to the Park Rapids Pregnancy Resource Center.

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The Park Rapids Lions donated several boxes of diaper products to the Park Rapids Pregnancy Resource Center (PRC) on Aug. 27, 2022 and another $400 on Sept. 7. From left are Lions Bob Seifert and Phil Sailer, Laura Chase with the PRC and Lion Zelda Novak.
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The Park Rapids Lions donated several boxes of diaper products to the Park Rapids Pregnancy Resource Center (PRC) on Aug. 27, 2022 and another $400 on Sept. 7. From left are Lions Bob Seifert and Phil Sailer, Laura Chase with the PRC and Lion Zelda Novak.

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