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Appliance and TV
403 Broadway St.
John R. Gehlbach
529 Pulaski St.
auto repair &
Complete Auto Repair
720 N. Sherman St., rear
Thompson Auto Body
919 S. Kickapoo
105-115 Lincoln Ave.
P.O. Box 170
J&S Auto Center
103 S. Logan
222 S. McLean
Logan County Bank
121 N. Kickapoo
318 N. Chicago
1165 - 2200th St.
1709 N. Kickapoo St.
Puritan Springs at LDN
Advanced Carpet Cleaning
708 Pulaski St.
P.O. Box 306
411 Pulaski St.
620 Broadway St.
601 Keokuk St.
129 S. Sangamon St.
2025 2100th St.
Atlanta, IL 61723
(217) 732-2672 cell
Roger Webster Construction
303 N. Sangamon St.
341 Fifth St.
and Training Center
120 S. McLean St.
K. Bridget Schneider
A.G. Edwards & Sons,
628 Broadway, Suite 1
125 S. Lafayette St.
Mount Pulaski, IL 62548
food & ice
110 Clinton St.
127 S. Logan
F-C-S at LDN
& Herbal Country
2580 100th Ave.
San Jose, IL
1314 Fifth St.
214 N. Chicago
Windows, doors, siding,
awnings, sunrooms, etc.
315 Eighth St
604 Broadway St., Suite 4
Behne & Co. Inc.
Richard I Ray & Assoc
1350 Richland Ave.
106 S. Chicago
P.O. Box 129
218 Eighth St.
114 E. Cooke St.
P.O. Box 78
Mount Pulaski, IL 62548
311 Broadway St.
601 Keokuk St.
604 Broadway St., Suite 4
All About You
408 Pulaski St.
716 N. Logan
511 Woodlawn Rd.
Holiday Inn Express
130 Olson Dr.
2202 N. Kickapoo
Maple Ridge at LDN
2222 S. Sixth
Springfield, IL 62703
Advanced Eye Care
623 Pulaski St.
Nobbe Eye Care
1400 Woodlawn Road
Good Ole Pest Control
Daron Whittaker, owner
380 Limit St.
102 Fifth Street
Alexander & Co.
410 Pulaski St.
610 N. Logan
222 N. McLean
Werth & Associates
1203 Woodlawn Road
Blue Dog Inn
111 S. Sangamon St.
1101 Woodlawn Road
The Sewing Place
503 Woodlawn Road
Lincoln Mission Mart
819 Woodlawn Road
Clinton Mission Mart
104 E. Side Square
Clinton, IL 61727
Neal Tire & Auto
507 Pulaski St.
Bureau of Log. Co.
303 S. Kickapoo
AA Towing & Repair
945 Broadwell Drive
529 Woodlawn Road
The Classic Touch
129 S. Sangamon St.
Weddings by Crystal
121 S. Sheridan St.
319 W. Kickapoo St.
short blocks -- three times as many people
9, 2002] Coffee
With Einstein CoffeeHouse and FranzExpress in downtown Lincoln will
be moving soon. May 24 is the target date. The businesses will move
three blocks to accommodate three times as much seating capacity.
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to purchase CILCORP
7, 2002] ST.
LOUIS — Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE) recently announced the
signing of a definitive agreement for the purchase of CILCORP, Inc.,
from The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES). CILCORP is the parent company
of Peoria-based Central Illinois Light Co., known as CILCO.
a transaction valued at $1.4 billion, Ameren will assume CILCORP
debt at closing and pay the balance in cash to purchase the common
stock of CILCORP, along with certain other assets. The purchase
includes CILCORP’s natural gas and electric businesses, including
1,200 megawatts of largely coal-fired generating capacity. Upon
completion of the acquisition, expected within 12 months, CILCO
would become an Ameren subsidiary, but would remain a separate
utility company, known as AmerenCILCO.
this acquisition, Ameren will rank as Illinois’ second-largest
electric utility, based on the number of customers, total assets and
acquisition is a natural fit with our core energy growth
strategy," says Charles W. Mueller, chairman and chief
executive officer of Ameren Corporation. "CILCORP’s
operations are in a service territory and market where we already
operate very effectively. In addition, CILCORP’s base-load
generation assets, strong customer base and low-cost operations
complement Ameren’s existing Illinois operations extremely well.
Synergies from the acquisition will make this transaction
immediately accretive to earnings and will drive strong long-term
growth for our company."
acquisition brings impressive benefits to customers and communities
in Illinois," says Gary L. Rainwater, president and chief
operating officer of Ameren Corporation. "We will expand our
commitment of bringing high-quality, reliable electric and natural
gas services to CILCORP’s approximately 200,000 electric and
200,000 gas customers. We take this commitment seriously, as
evidenced by our top ratings on customer service in a recent
Illinois Commerce Commission survey."
transaction was unanimously approved by both companies’ boards of
directors but is subject to the approval of the Illinois Commerce
Commission, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission, and the expiration of the waiting
period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. No approval is required from
shareholders of either company.
are key components of the transaction:
• The headquarters of AmerenCILCO will remain in Peoria, where Ameren
anticipates maintaining the existing operations center, customer
call center, business-to-business and retail marketing groups, plus
other support functions.
• The transaction also includes AES-Medina Valley Cogen, LLC — a
40-megawatt, gas-fired electric generation plant. The plant produces
electricity, steam and chilled water, which is sold to CILCO. CILCO
resells plant output to Caterpillar, CILCO’s largest industrial
• Electric rates will remain frozen at current levels at least until
2004, and existing generation and energy services contracts with
nonresidential customers will remain in force.
• With the addition of CILCO, Ameren expects to make very limited staff
reductions overall, and those reductions would be made primarily
through attrition. Existing labor contracts will be honored.
• Ameren plans to increase CILCO’s annual civic, charitable and social
service contribution levels to at least $1 million to be used in the
Peoria area and other locations now served by CILCO. That level will
allow for continued support of such activities and for the expansion
of three Ameren programs into the former CILCO service territory.
• Dollar More, a low-income energy assistance program.
• Power Player, a program to support youth sports teams.
• SmartLights, which provides installation of energy-efficient lighting
in public areas.
• Ameren plans to commit additional funds annually in continued support
for economic development organizations and to support special
marketing programs aimed at attracting new jobs to the Peoria area.
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Ameren and CILCORP will continue a heritage of providing strong
support to hundreds of Illinois communities with a combined customer
base of nearly 600,000 electric and nearly 400,000 natural gas
customers in Illinois," added Rainwater.
was advised on the transaction by Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Corporation: A $10
billion-asset company based in St. Louis, Mo., Ameren Corporation
provides energy services to 1.5 million electric and 300,000 natural
gas customers over 44,500 square miles in Illinois and Missouri.
Among the nation’s top utility companies in size and sales, Ameren’s
regulated companies — AmerenUE and AmerenCIPS — were founded a
century ago as Union Electric Company and Central Illinois Public
Service Company, respectively. On May 1, 2000, AmerenCIPS generating
facilities became part of a newly created nonregulated company,
AmerenEnergy Generating Company; this power is marketed by a
nonregulated affilate, AmerenEnergy Marketing Company. Ameren
subsidiaries also include AmerenEnergy, Inc., a nonregulated energy
trading company, and AmerenEnergy Fuels and Services, a fuels
marketing, trading and management services organization.
Approximately 92 percent of the corporation’s $4.5 billion in
revenues flows from electric sales, with the remainder primarily
from sales of natural gas.
With $1.8 billion
in assets and 2001 revenues of $815 million, CILCORP, formed in 1985
and headquartered in Peoria, is an energy services company. CILCORP’s
largest subsidiary, CILCO, serves 200,000 electric and more than
200,000 natural gas customers, and includes a regulated electric and
natural gas delivery unit, power generation facilities, and a retail
energy business. CILCO has been providing electricity and natural
gas to customers in central Illinois since 1915. The company has
four generating units primarily fueled by coal, with a total
capacity of over 1,200 megawatts.
made in this release, which are not based on historical facts, are
"forward-looking" and, accordingly, involve risks and
uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially
from those discussed. Although such "forward-looking"
statements have been made in good faith and are based on reasonable
assumptions, there is no assurance that the expected results will be
achieved. These statements include (without limitation) statements
as to future expectations, beliefs, plans, strategies, objectives,
events, conditions, and financial performance. In connection with
the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the Private Securities
Litigation Reform Act of 1995, Ameren is providing this cautionary
statement to identify important factors that could cause actual
results to differ materially from those anticipated. The following
factors, in addition to those discussed elsewhere in this release
and in Ameren’s annual report on SEC Form 10-K for the fiscal year
ended Dec. 31, 2001, and subsequent securities filings, could cause
results to differ materially from management expectations as
suggested by such "forward-looking" statements: delays in
receipt of regulatory approvals for the acquisition of CILCORP or
unexpected adverse conditions or terms of those approvals;
difficulties in integrating CILCO with Ameren’s other businesses;
changes in the coal markets, environmental laws or regulations or
other factors adversely impacting synergy assumptions; and
disruptions of the capital markets or other events making Ameren’s
access to necessary capital more difficult or costly.
Russell Stover grand opening
will find lots of taste-tempting delights throughout the spacious
new store. Delicious cookies, candies and ice cream
[Click here for original LDN story on Russell Stover]
[Photos by Jan Youngquist]
Stover is ready with beautifully packaged sweet things just right
for Mother's Day.
FIX 96's Jim Ash eats free food
and gives away
Customers sign up for free gift baskets.
staff are ready to help you find your favorite sweet or choose from
an array of gift packaged for that special someone.
office supply store
to open in Lincoln
30, 2002] Citing
a "remarkable reception from the people of Lincoln" to
their delivery business, Glenn Brunk Stationers of Springfield will
open a store at 511 Broadway about June 1.
company, run by the Stanfield family who bought it from the founder’s
widow in 1997, specializes in personal service to the point of
delivering a single item.
Stanfield Jr., a sales representative who began calling on local
merchants about a year ago, said he was "ecstatic" when he
discovered that Lincoln was without an office supply store for the
first time in 60 years. At that time Staples had already left and
BAT (formerly Lincoln Office Supply) had closed the week before.
Lincoln store will be the second Glenn Brunk location. Stanfield
said he chose the downtown area because of all the small businesses
located there and because he really likes downtown Lincoln.
location at 511 Broadway is across from State Bank of Lincoln and
was formerly occupied by Heights Finance. Stanfield said remodeling
will consist of creating offices for himself and a store manager. In
addition, shelving units must be put in place and stock brought in.
Lincoln store will carry commonly used office supplies, such as file
folders, paper and computer cartridges, plus whatever customers ask
for. "The people of Lincoln will run the store," Stanfield
said, in the sense that their needs will decide the stock. Paper
from the former Willamette company, now known as Weyerhaeuser, will
be regularly stocked, and Stanfield said Glenn Brunk uses boxes from
the same company whenever possible.
first there will be one new employee in Lincoln, the store manager.
Later, again as need demands, Stanfield envisions hiring an
additional office person and a delivery driver. To this point
deliveries have been made every Tuesday and as needed, but once the
store opens he expects them to be daily. Orders will be delivered
next day for the most part, except for occasional items that must be
Glenn Brunk Stationers motto is "Providing the best customer
service for 43 years," and the company provides a number of
services in addition to free delivery and placement wherever the
product is needed. Customers may buy products in bulk, commonly
paper by the pallet, and have it stored at the Springfield store,
then delivered as needed. A representative will go to a client’s
office to measure and design a furniture layout, and furnishings
will then be installed for free. Glenn Brunk also offers refurbished
scratch-and-dent furniture on a limited basis, depending on what the
supplier has available. Much of it shows little damage to begin
with, Stanfield noted, adding that repaired HON brand chairs come at
reduced price with a lifetime warranty.
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is excited about his reception in Lincoln. Though it is typical for
a sales representative to get 5-10 percent of orders from cold
calls, he said, he gets 60-70 percent in Lincoln. "People
really want a local office supply store," he explained.
and grand opening ceremonies have not yet been scheduled, but
Stanfield is hoping they can be held on June 1. That is a Saturday
when the whole company can attend, including president Ed Stanfield
Sr. and secretary-treasurer Malinda Stanfield, his wife.
Brunk Stationers belongs to the chamber of commerce in both
Springfield and Lincoln, and Ed Jr. is a chamber ambassador in both
says of the founder of his company, "There are two types of
people in Springfield: those who knew and loved Glenn Brunk and
those who never met him." A World War II combat medic, Brunk
began selling and installing billing machine ribbons from his garage
in 1955. He and his wife, Mary, moved the business first to Fifth
Street and then to its current location at 2222 S. Sixth St. in
Springfield, next to Gallagher’s steakhouse.
Brunk ran the business from Glenn’s death in 1972 until 1997, when
she sold it to the Stanfields. Malinda Stanfield had been hired in
1988 as bookkeeper, then promoted to office manager. Ed Stanfield
Jr. said Brunk had other offers but did not want the name associated
with a big company.
three Stanfield sons work in the business. Ed Jr. is a sales
representative; Joe is a delivery driver; and Bill, a Champaign
resident, works on his day off.
businessperson meets with legislators
30, 2002] SPRINGFIELD
— Bob Jeckel of Frontier Mutual Insurance Company in Lincoln has
recently returned from a trip designed to facilitate communication
between state legislators and the insurance industry. The
Legislative Day is sponsored by the Illinois Association of Mutual
Insurance Companies, or IAMIC.
Legislative Day program is an opportunity for mutual insurance
companies throughout Illinois to better communicate with legislators
the needs and concerns of their policyholders. It provides a more
personal connection to legislators by taking issues important to the
insurance industry inside the Capitol.
his visit, Bob Jeckel was able to discuss such issues as the state’s
ability to enforce privacy protection provisions of the Gramm-Leach
Bliley Act and how those issues will impact central Illinois.
Illinois Association of Mutual Insurance Companies is a trade
association comprised of farm mutual insurance companies. Mutual
insurance, like the farming industry, has been working for the
educational opportunities, professional development, legislative
support and industry recognition they need to move forward.
realty takes over
Lincoln Office Supply space
23, 2002] The
former Lincoln Office Supply store at 500 Broadway is being
completely remodeled as the new home of RE/MAX Hometown Realty,
scheduled to open by May 1.
[Greg Brinner, owner of RE/MAX Hometown Realty, in his new office]
owner Greg Brinner of Lincoln said he chose to move from his former
location at 1310 Fifth St. because he needed room to expand, the
building became available and interest rates were favorable. "I
felt it was time to grow my business," he said, and the new
site "allows space to build up from bottom to top and integrate
higher level technology than I would be able to in my existing
motive was "to help rejuvenate the downtown area," Brinner
said. He added that traffic on Fifth Street and on the west side
moves past the door at 35 mph, but in the downtown area vehicles
move slower and there is more foot traffic.
experimenting with five or six plans, Brinner chose one that has
entirely reconfigured the space and changed the look, using cherry
woodwork and furniture and replacing walls, flooring and some
ceiling tiles. French doors distinguish otherwise windowless
interior offices. Furnishings are also new. As remodeled, the office
consists of a reception area, Brinner’s office with room for an
assistant, four offices for agents, a conference room, break room
and areas for equipment and supplies.
present RE/MAX Hometown Realty employs two agents, Doris Oltmanns
and Cynthia Pagel, receptionist Joyce Hyde, and Patty Brinner, who
does bookkeeping and secretarial work.
Brinner said the former store originally comprised three buildings.
The rear section has been divided into one or two separate office
suites, with the address of 102 N. Chicago St. The space totals
three rooms and a reception area, with access to the RE/MAX break
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special feature of the remodeled real estate office is a new
PC-based, database-driven telephone system. Because it is PC-based,
the system can be updated with new software. Brinner explained,
"In today’s fast-moving technology I feel it is necessary to
go with a system where we can upgrade software systems as they
one other RE/MAX office, located in Washington state, has the phone
system, which has been adapted from its usual application in the
medical field. Brinner said he expects it to improve customer
service but was silent about its precise capabilities.
which stands for real estate maximums, is the only real estate
franchise in Logan County. Being part of a franchise permits
networking with other offices and agent training through a satellite
network, Brinner said. World headquarters for the firm is in Denver
and regional headquarters in St. Louis.
said his office has the highest productivity per agent among the
Logan County Board of Realtors. "We provide world-class service
with hometown people," he claimed.
some listings, computerized virtual tours are available on the firm’s
website at www.remax-hometown.com. Brinner said the website is being
rebuilt to include links for the virtual tours. At present,
information on locating them is available at the specific properties
and on Multiple Listing Service sheets offered by members of the
Logan County Board of Realtors.
on remodeling the property began in mid-December, and RE/MAX
Hometown Realty is scheduled to move into it by May 1. A grand
opening with ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place in the near
future, but no date has been set.
Discount Foods reopened its doors 8 a.m. sharp Saturday morning
with a ribbon-cutting.
The store was closed all day Friday as last-minute rearrangements
took place. There was live entertainment inside and outside, and
lots of giveaways and bargains highlighted the day. Maps of the
store were handed out to help regular patrons find their favorite
products in the new store layout.
[Photo by Bob Frank]
tasty morsels available in Mount Pulaski
18, 2002] Mount
Pulaski has its very own brand-new Subway Sandwich Shop. City
officials and employees came out and joined owners Bill McKinney and
Scott McKinney in the official grand opening and ribbon cut
Wednesday morning. The shop actually opened for business and began
serving food at 6 a.m. Thursday morning.
some might ask, "What do you get at a Subway for
breakfast?" Breakfast fare includes breakfast sandwiches,
bagels and Mel-O-Cream doughnuts in addition to the regular lunch
menu. Rounding out the day’s culinary desires, hand-dipped ice
cream will soon be offered as well.
at 513 E. Chestnut St., the new Subway is open from 6 a.m. to 10
row, left to right: Alderman John Holmes, co-owner Bill McKinney,
Mayor Bill Glaze, co-owner Scott McKinney, Alderman John
row, left to right: city collector Cindy Cyrulik, office manager
Sharon Gerdes, Alderman John Bates, city employees Meredith Parish,
Jim Montgomery, Jerry McCain.]
Coffee House news flash
18, 2002] News
from Kevin and Karin Franz, John and Amy Erwin, FranzExpress and
Coffee With Einstein Coffee House:
With Einstein and FranzExpress are considering a great
opportunity to quadruple our seating capacity and increase our
services. We know that we have had limited seating for nights that
have sponsored entertainment, and that is a concern that we
share. This opportunity would, however, keep us in the
downtown area ... and still in a building with great character.
Unfortunately, it would involve an address change and a very short
we strive to improve the quality of service and level of excellence
that we provide, we continually look to cater to the needs of our
clientele. So.... a long story short! We’re moving! We
will keep you abreast of all details as they become available!
Tentatively scheduled moving dates will be from May 25 to 27 (only one
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will be moving into the old Lauer’s building located on the corner
of Sangamon and Pulaski streets (formerly Elder Custom Cycle).
It is absolutely a beautiful building that will meet our increasing
needs for space.
will begin renovations sometime in the next couple of weeks, and
after we have completed our move, we will be hosting an open house
over the Memorial Day holiday to show off the new digs and give out
free coffee and other kinds of neat stuff!
you have any feedback or you have interest in helping during the
relocation, please call Kevin or Karin at 732-3399 and let us know!
Any help would be appreciated.
FranzExpress and Coffee with Einstein]
program that educates and
inspires young people
5, 2002] Laura
Schoon, president of Junior Achievement of Central Illinois, Inc.,
presented Eaton Corporation with a framed certificate in recognition
of their support of Junior Achievement programs in Lincoln. Wes
Brittan, plant manager for Eaton Corporation, accepted the
certificate on behalf of the company.
stated, "I’m pleased to accept this on behalf of Eaton
Corporation. Junior Achievement is an important program in our
community, and we are glad to be a part of it."
then introduced the Eaton employees who are volunteering in the
classroom: Gilbert Gadenberger, Scott Goodman, Scot May, Marc
Schoonover, Bob Thomas and Jessica Van Remmen. Scott Goodman and
Gaynor Goodman represent Eaton Corporation on the Junior Achievement
Logan County Advisory Committee.
Beth Davis issued a proclamation recognizing that through Junior
Achievement’s partnerships with business and education, young
people have the opportunity to develop the attitudes and skills
vital for their future. She then called upon the citizens of Lincoln
to "recognize the contributions of this organization and the
business community to our young citizens."
Achievement (JA) re-introduced its programs to Lincoln and Logan
County in March 1996 with a presentation to school superintendents
and principals. In the spring of 1997, JA implemented its first-
through eighth-grade programs at West Lincoln-Broadwell.
advisory committee was established in 1998 to oversee the JA program
in Lincoln and Logan County. The original members of the committee
were Bobbi Abbott, Mary Conrady, Vicki Hasprey, Cherie Lock, Roger
Matson, Augustus Scott and Kay Verstraete.
April 1998, the JA Logan County Advisory Committee had a JA Rally
Day for fifth-grade students. Chester- East Lincoln and New
Holland-Middletown offered their first JA programs in the spring of
the program has proven to be successful in impacting the lives of
young people in Lincoln and Logan County. Strong support from the
community has allowed the program to grow. In April, the advisory
committee will conduct a strategic planning session to determine the
direction of the JA program in Lincoln and Logan County over the
next two years.
JA program personnel for 2001-2002
Abbott, of Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce
Ackerman, co-chairman, Lincoln College
Goodman, Eaton Corporation
Goodman, Eaton Corporation
Kissel, A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.
Matson, co-chairman, Action Rental
Ackerman, of Lincoln College
Gadenberger, Eaton Corporation
Goodman, Eaton Corporation
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Hasprey, Family Cleaners
Kissel, A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.
Matson, Action Rental
May, Eaton Corporation
McCloskey, New Holland Bank
Schoonover, Eaton Corporation
Thomas, Eaton Corporation
Van Remmen, Eaton Corporation
Xamis, Xamis Ford-Lincoln-Mercury
schools and classroom teachers
Lincoln — Cindy Erlandson, Linda Splain, Jill Urish
Holland-Middletown — Donna Koehler, Jean Boyer
Lincoln-Broadwell — Vicky Bruce, Pam Schreiner, Kris Skold, Linda
contributors and classroom sponsors (1998-present)
Studio of Dance
Lincoln Farmers’ Grain Co.
Street Food Mart
Furniture & Floor Covering
Accounting & Tax Service
Bank of Lincoln
Achievement educates and inspires young people to value free
enterprise, business and economics to improve the quality of their
their success be your inspiration!
more information, see http://centralillinois.ja.org/.
Achievement press release]
1, 2002] The
Clinton Area Farmers and Artisans Market is coming to Mr. Lincoln’s
Square in Clinton. The first market will be open Saturday, May 4,
from 8 a.m. to noon.
ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Tom Edmonds is scheduled for 9:30
a.m., as well as a rhubarb cook-off contest. Entries must be in by
that time, and winners will be announced at 10 a.m.
year’s markets will be the first and third Saturdays in May
through October, from 8 a.m. to noon. During June, July and August
the market will also be open Wednesdays from 4 to 7 p.m.
information on setting up at the farmers market, contact the Clinton
Area Chamber of Commerce at 935-3364.
chamber of commerce is a catalyst for community progress, bringing
business and professional people together to work for the common
good of Lincoln and Logan County.
Abbott, Executive Director
County Chamber of Commerce
S. Kickapoo St.
Street Corner News
Street Lincoln hires new program director
29, 2002] Cindy
McLaughlin has been named the new program manager for Main Street
Lincoln. She will begin her position April 8.
a program service coordinator for Easter Seals Society in
Bloomington, has done public relations work for the Art Institute in
Chicago and is a former admissions counselor at Lincoln College.
from Benton in southern Illinois, McLaughlin is a graduate of
Lincoln College and Eastern Illinois University. She operates Logan
County Starlites, a baton group for young girls, and has appeared in
theatrical productions at the Lincoln Community Theatre and the
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"I’m very excited to work with Lincoln’s business owners and the
community to ensure our future success," McLaughlin said. She and
her husband, Tom, make their home in Lincoln.
are looking forward to having someone with Cindy’s enthusiasm and
love for small towns carry out the programs for Main Street,"
noted Main Street President Jan Schumacher. "She is a hard
worker who can oversee our many projects to continue to improve
replaces Wendy Bell, who recently accepted a position with Illinois
Street Lincoln news release]
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