Children’s valentines

Terri Castelaz/Daily News photos
From left, Norway High School Leo Club members Michael Peterson, Sarah Kay, Sarah Tinkey and Jenna Alsbury work on messages for valentines that will be distributed for the U.P. Kids with Cancer project. Lions Clubs International has adopted childhood cancer as an initiative on a global level. For more on the Upper Peninsula project, go to https://uplionsserve.org/childhoodcancer/.
Sage Groeneveld and Tonye Stanchina look over their valentines.

Norway High School Leo Club created homemade valentines for the Upper Peninsula Kids With Cancer to brighten their day. The club, under adviser Tami Slagle, is the student division of the Vulcan-Norway-Loretto Lions Club. Displaying cards, from left, are Sarah Tinkey, Sage Groeneveld, Tonye Stanchina, Jenna Alsbury, Sarah Kay, Bobbi Dabb and Michael Peterson.


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