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By Charlotte Smith

Lu Mil Vineyard showcased the Lewis & Clark Circus on Thursday evening on their grounds in Dublin. The tickets sold fast. Standing room only was left ten minutes before the shows began.  

Logan the Ring Master welcomed everyone to the show. The show had entertainment with fire, trapeze stunts, magic, and other talents. 

The circus company is geared toward serving according to their presentation. Not only do they rescue birds, but last year they gave over $20,000 to varies non-profits, according to Logan.

He announced, “If you have a non-profit you would like to raise money for, you may bring the circus to your town too. Visit their website or social media outlets for more information.”

“The response has been outstanding,” Logan said to the crowd. He continued, “Lu Mil Vineyard just agreed to have the circus come to town for two days next year.”

The show ended with a big bubble production and Logan saying, “May all your days be service days.”

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