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Video: Summer in Lansing — how to know what’s going on


There are so many bonuses for signing up for our Summer Promo!

by Josh Bootsma and Melanie Jongsma

LANSING, Ill. (May 24, 2024) – “Sometimes I see comments on social media saying, ‘Oh I wish I had known about this ahead of time,'” says Lansing Journal Publisher Melanie Jongsma, “and I think, ‘Oh, I wish you had too! Are you a subscriber?’

“A lot of the things that people are wonder about each summer in Lansing are things The Lansing Journal is reporting on!”

That’s why The Lansing Journal is trying a Summer Promo this summer. As Josh and Melanie explain in this week’s video, summer is an all-hands-on-deck kind of season for The Lansing Journal:

Summer Promo — so many bonuses

  • A t-shirt that lets people know you know what’s going on!
  • Personal delivery by Scout and Melanie!
  • Becoming part of the Monthly Supporters club (they get inside information sometimes)
  • Knowing you’ve helped sustain your hometown newspaper

Summer Promo — how to get your shirt

Click the button below and you’ll land directly on our Summer Promo giving page:

Remember — Josh will still be here for part of this summer in Lansing

As we mentioned a couple weeks ago, Josh is leaving The Lansing Journal to take on a ministry role at his church. His last day will be June 21, and he’s working hard to make sure The Lansing Journal can keep delivering local news every day even after he’s gone.

Adding Monthly Supporters helps ensure the longevity of The Lansing Journal.

That’s why we try special promos like this. Our goal is always to keep The Lansing Journal going so we can continue serving our community — throughout the summer and all year long.

If you value the local news you receive every morning, would you respond to this summer promo experiment, and sign up as a Monthly Supporter? You can give at any level that works for you:

summer in Lansing

Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.