An Apple Store has finally come to the Lansing area. Shoppers lined up outside the entrance Saturday morning at Eastwood Towne Center, anxiously waiting for the store’s grand opening at 10 a.m. The first 1,000 customers were given a free T-shirt. The Apple Store offers free workshops to customers so they can learn how to get the best use out of their Apple product, and those who need repairs can bring their product to the store for technical support.
East Lansing City Manager George Lahanas BW said the property at Albert Avenue and Abbot Road will most likely be replaced with an office building, the area east of Valley Court Park will be replaced with a residential building and parking ramp and the location between Abbot Road and Evergreen Avenue will possibly be replaced by a residential building for senior citizens.
Now that most of the renovation project is complete, Donovan said the East Lansing Rotary Club and the City of East Lansing are still reaching out to community members for donations so that their goal of $570,000 BW can be reached. Additional donations will go toward constructing a natural play area.
Wednesday's weather warmed up just in time for the
Smith demonstrated each move with Lansing resident Kyle Rogers, who has been training at the American Martial Arts and Fitness Academy for three years. Rogers enjoys the class because he said it’s a good way to remain physically active and to learn how to protect yourself. “And it’s just fun,” he said.