Toni Lagunoff surrounded by a sampling of the bears she and other members of the Mountain Bear Fan Club pass out each year to bring a moment of comfort and a smile to distressed recipients. The Mountain Bear Fan Club, which turns 25 this year, has sponsored the Angels and Heroes Amongst Us event since its inception in 1997. A luncheon to honor nominees will be held Nov. 6.
Toni Lagunoff surrounded by a sampling of the bears she and other members of the Mountain Bear Fan Club pass out each year to bring a moment of comfort and a smile to distressed recipients. The Mountain Bear Fan Club, which turns 25 this year, has sponsored the Angels and Heroes Amongst Us event since its inception in 1997. A luncheon to honor nominees will be held Nov. 6. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Toni Lagunoff surrounded by a sampling of the bears she and other members of the Mountain Bear Fan Club pass out each year to bring a moment of comfort and a smile to distressed recipients. The Mountain Bear Fan Club, which turns 25 this year, has sponsored the Angels and Heroes Amongst Us event since its inception in 1997. A luncheon to honor nominees will be held Nov. 6. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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