Lincoln Daily News.com
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Lincoln, IL 62656
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The MS Walk Committee thanks everyone
who supported the
MS Walk on Sunday, April 6, at Kickapoo Creek
Park. We raised approximately $19,000!
We are especially appreciative of the
following business and organizations for their generous donations:
A.G. Edwards -- Phil Dehner
Mike Abbott -- Pacesetter Financial
American Express -- Jim Leisinger
Apple Dental Center
Bank of Chestnut
Bassett's Plumbing & Heating
Brandt's Arcade Cafe, Inc.
Burwell Management Co.
Century Dental Center
Charitable Trust -- Lincoln Lodge #914
Downing-Przykopanski-Clements and May
Edward Jones -- Bob Neal
Edward Jones -- Jim Sparrow
Family Custom Cleaners
Farmer's Bank of Mount Pulaski
First National Bank, Mount Pulaski
Dr. Dan Freesmeier
Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home
Guzzardo's Italian Villa
Hayes Auto Supply
Images -- Jim Coop
Investment Center -- Doug DeMay
Key Printing -- Tom Seggelke
Lincoln Firefighters 3092
Lincoln Land Communications Inc
Logan County Farm Bureau
Meier Accounting and Tax Service
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NAPA Auto Parts
Nobbe Eye Care Center
Nobbe-Tillman, Inc. Realtors
Oldham Graphic Supply
Warren Peters, attorney
Route 66 Association of Illinois
St. Clara's Manor
State Bank of Lincoln
State Farm Insurance -- Rick Hamm
State Farm Insurance -- Deron Powell
Thrivent -- Linda Aper
Treu Body Works
William Todd Walker, D.M.D.
Thanks also to the following for
providing in-kind services and prizes:
Cape Landing -- Jackie Camel
Central Illinois Bank
Eagle Discount Foods
Joe Hackett-Music 4U DJ Service
Don Hellman -- Kickapoo Creek Park
Neal Tire and Auto Service
Quick Way Foods
Darrell Vermeire -- Nabisco
WMNW 96.3 radio station
To all the walkers and volunteers: You
made this a very special day for those affected by multiple
sclerosis. A cure is on the horizon.