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Local Lions Club plans Halloween Dance for individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities

There will be face painting, a photo booth and music by DJ Tami Lu.

A carved pumpkin
The East Gull Lake Camp Confidence Lions Club will be throwing a Halloween Dance Monday, Oct. 10 at The Legacy at Cragun's Resort.
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EAST GULL LAKE — The East Gull Lake Camp Confidence Lions Club will throw a Halloween Dance 5:30-8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10, at the Legacy at Cragun’s.

The admission is $9 per person as well as one nonperishable food item. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door. Costumes are encouraged. There will be face painting, a photo booth and music by DJ Tami Lu. This dance will be unique and catered to be accessible for individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities in the local community, a news release stated.

Lions Club International is a global network of volunteers working together to make a difference. The Camp Confidence Lions Club is for individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities, and these individuals are supported by mentors who advocate for them.

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