An old-fashioned safari in the city

Giraffes and panda and penguins appeared in windows and front yards around the city today.

The art drawings, window paintings, and stuffed toys were all part of a safari organized by Morgan Groenewald who wanted to take her son Pierce on an African safari.

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So, Groenewald has turned to friends and family through social media for some help. She asked people to put African animals in their windows, let her know they have done so, and then Saturday she and her family, and others who showed interest could take a drive to search out the critters.

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