Monthly Archives: June 2011

Guest ninjas: Flower bombs!

We love guest ninjas. LOVE them. We’ve said this before, we know. We love all the fantastic #lovelansing people who’ve gone out to perform random acts of kindness. But we have to admit, we love this mission a teensy bit … Continue reading

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Guest ninja: Sub love

Tim Nester, our most dedicated guest ninja is back for another mission! Tim is a big supporter of local businesses and is quick to crow about the ones he really loves. Anyone who follows him on Twitter knows he really … Continue reading

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Ninja-palooza! Common Ground passes!

We love partnerships. Love them. We love them because we get to promote awesome things going on in #lovelansing and we love them … well, to be honest, because they give us a tiny break from spending some of our … Continue reading

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Guest ninja mission: Lansing Jaycees serve coffee and kindness

We love guest ninja blogs. The Lansing Jaycees are the largest group to reach out to us and start doing some serious organizing for ninja missions. How amazing! Lauren Leeds, the Jaycees’ community director and press secretary, shared the tale … Continue reading

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Ninja #4: It’s festival time, so get your fun on!

So I have to apologize.  I’ve had a few missions that didn’t make it to the blog; and I’ve been seriously slacking lately.  I hope my full-on blast of missions yesterday will help you to forgive my tardiness.

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Do good things

If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to perform a random act of kindness, here’s a great way to get your feet wet: The amazingly kind and generous Bob Hoffman launched ePIFanynow, a pass-it-forward program that brings people together at … Continue reading

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Ninja #1: Splashdown!

Today’s ninja mission was a little out of the ordinary. No, not the place or even the goodies left behind (more on those in a minute). It was out of the ordinary because a reporter and cameraman followed along. *Gulp* … Continue reading

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