Lincoln Daily News.com
601 Keokuk Street
Lincoln, IL 62656
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Managing editor: Jan Youngquist
Copy editor and writer: Mary Krallmann
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invited to Harvest of Talents, where millennium quilt will be sold
Lincoln Daily News staff:
you very much for the lovely article and pictures last week
regarding the Harvest of Talents millennium
quilt. It is exciting for the H.O.T. quilters to have their
special quilt on display to be viewed by thousands during the
Illinois State Fair.
your story stated, the quilt will be sold at auction on Saturday
afternoon, October 28th, in the Fellowship Center of Lincoln
Christian Church. All monies raised from the sale of this quilt
and other quilts plus furniture and many other handcrafted
one-of-a-kind items will be channeled through International
Disaster Emergency Service to meet hunger needs all around the
invite your readership to join us at the Harvest of Talents on
October 28th for a day of wonderful food, fellowship and family
fun. Anyone interested may call the office of Lincoln Christian
Church, Lincoln, Illinois, @217-732-3168 to obtain more
SNYDER, Coordinator 17th Annual Harvest of Talents for World
Information is also available at the above phone number concerning
the Harvest of Talents Golf Playday scheduled for Sept. 16 at the
North Greens in Atlanta.
of our flag
heart skipped a beat,
I sat down with pen,
for flying our flag
page one, LDN."
(Note: This poetic message, sent to the Lincoln Daily News
on July 5, refers to the waving flag in the July 4 issue.)
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