Reach all the Way to Africa
O’Donohue on the way to Kenya
is on your agenda for this week? If you could sneak a peek at one Lincoln woman’s
daily planner, it might look like this: This week’s agenda: Go to a small,
remote village in Africa. Stay in "mud huts, graciously shared by the most
wonderful people you could meet."
New Release: Engaging, Challenging and Encouraging
6, 2000] Each
Monday the Lincoln Public Library introduces a book from the new release
section. This week Richard Sumrall takes a look at Nan A. Talese Publisher’s
1999 release, "Desire of the Everlasting Hills: The World Before and After
Jesus," by Thomas Cahill.
DAY IN THE LIFE
A day in the life of a local
4, 2000] Audra
Turley fell in love at the age of three—and she’s been
dancing ever since. At 32, Turley is the owner of
Audra’s Dance Studio on South McLean Street in Lincoln.
Mrs. Audra, as her students fondly refer to her,
puts in nearly 60 hours each week training people of all
ages the art of dance, whether it is tap, jazz, ballet,
clogging or Irish dance. “It’s what I want to do,”