Most Lansing residents have been familiar with the name Golden Harvest for the past 15 years. It is a rather small teal-and-yellow brick building.

Sadly for the third time this week, the Lansing business was closed down to a leaky roof.

"Sorry. Closed today," A sign was visible on the business "It's raining inside."

The building, is a 1,100-square-foot structure that is nearly 70 years old, being built early on in the 1950's and according to owner Vanessa Vicknair, you can see the age in the building.

The buisness has faced a few close downs this year, but has been taken back since a kitchen fire back in 2006, according to LSJ.

“It’s old, and we have lots of systems that are kind of all failing at once," Vicknair told the LSJ.

Over the past few months, the owners has sold personal items to hopefully try and pay for the repairs, but she can no longer do so.

An online fundraiser was started to help repair the building, as she can no longer afford to pay out of pocket. You can find the GoFundMe account here.