With some help, Lansing’s summer series, Music in the Garden, is well on its way to a successful sixth season.
Culligan Water Conditioning of Lansing, as well as several other area businesses, has already pledged its support of the upcoming season, which costs nearly $10,000 each year, according to an article in the Lansing State Journal:
“We have been fortunate to have a core group of businesses and individuals who have supported Music in the Garden year after year,” said Kara Hope, Holt Community Arts Council President. “And each year, we’ve managed to find at least one more business to join us in making Music in the Garden possible.”
We’re always happy to see Culligan making an impact in its community. Way to go, Lansing! For more information on Music in the Garden, see the article in the Lansing State Journal, or go to www.holtarts.org.