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Novak receives Lions’ Believe Award

Zelda Novak was honored Sept. 11 through the Minnesota Childhood Cancer Foundation.

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Park Rapids Lions Club member Zelda Novak receives the Minnesota Childhood Cancer Foundation Believe Award on Sept. 11, 2022 from the Lions' Minnesota Dist. 5M Past District Governor Scott Huttunen
Contributed / Zelda Novak
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