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from Logan County Arts Association
behalf of the Logan County Arts Association I would like to
personally thank the people of Lincoln and surrounding area for
their support of our first event, "Music, Magic, and
More," sponsored by Gossett Decorator Studio.
look forward to our next event, on Oct. 11 at the Lincoln Theater.
We will be showing "Casablanca" in the original uncut
version. Check out our great 1940s vintage period poster of the
movie located on the south-side front window of the theater.
always, thanks for supporting the arts.
County Arts Association
high students raise funds for Red Cross
Junior High School Builders Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis of
Lincoln and Mrs. Carol Gleason of LJHS, raised over $711 for the
American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. The students took
donations from their family, friends, teachers and fellow
students. Mrs. Barb Coffey’s second hour class made red, white
and blue pins and sold them for $1 each. The class raised $164,
which they gave to the Builder’s Club to donate, for a total of
Patty Carmitchel, Brittany Uhlry and Victoria Jones took the money
to the American Red Cross Donation Center and presented the money
to Mrs. Carrie Granitto on behalf of Lincoln Junior High School.
The Builders Club members went to the Logan County Bank with Mrs.
deposit the money in the Red Cross fund.
you to all students, teachers, staff and community members who
helped make our drive a big success.
To the editor:
these days of despair it really saddens me to know that someone
would stoop so low as to steal the American flag that we had
displayed on the front of our house. We hung the flag there
to show our support to all of the families that were affected on
9-11-01, and today I came home to find that that flag had been
really hope that the individuals responsible felt that
their need was greater and that it really wasn’t some petty
disagreement between kids on a school bus, as I have been [led] to
particular flag also has a sentimental value. It was laid across
my husband’s uncle’s casket when he passed away. If this
flag was to mysteriously reappear on our front porch, I honestly
believe that no one would say a word — just be happy that it was
there is anything that you can do, I would greatly appreciate it.
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