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September 25, 2000

 

TOP STORIES

Alzheimer's unit underway at
Christian Village

[APRIL 14, 2000]  The Lincoln Christian Village is completing work on its newest addition, a wing designed especially to house Alzheimer’s patients, according to administrator Tim Searby.  This special unit, which will cost about $1.5 million, will add 13 private and semi-private rooms and accommodate 25 people.

 

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FAMILY LIFE

Springtime brings 
family night fun
[APRIL 14, 2000]  Thursday night was Family Fun Night at Lincoln Junior High School (LJHS).  Seventh and eighth graders and their parents gathered in the school’s gymnasium from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. to have fun with each other at the school.  Parents had to accompany their student(s) in order for the child to participate in the activities.

 

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THE ARTS

Hartem presents "Once Upon A Mattress" 
[APRIL 14, 2000]  Will the princess pass the test and win the hand of the prince?  Will the king regain his power to speak?  Will everyone live happily ever after?

 

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Announcements –

- Drama productions this weekend:
"Summer Brave"
"Once Upon a Mattress"

- American Cancer Society Relay for Life runs April 14, 15

- Police auction of recovered bicycles Saturday

- YMCA Charter Dinner and “School’s Out Fun Days"

 

Yesterday's news –

- New crop at the Korn Krib

- Lincoln College Theatre presents "Summer Brave" 

- The greatest time of the year

- Bill Horn tells about Atlanta before World War II

- Christina Dye wins second in Optimist essay contest