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Thank you, AMVETS Post 71, Les Van
Bibber and Arnie Haak, for stepping up for our veterans in Logan
County. What a wonderful way to commemorate their services to this
country and to show our honor and respect to their memories.
Because of their sacrifice, our
freedoms are alive and well and our children live in the light,
while many in other, less fortunate lands still search in the
darkness to find theirs!
These monument bricks can be our way of
saying to those who have given their all: "Thank you for being
willing to stand in harm's way for all those you have loved and who
have loved you!"
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Let's all get behind this effort and
put a commemorative monument brick on every inch of our Veterans
Park. As the white crosses in Flanders Field stand in honor of the
brave, let these bricks cover the park in honor of our Logan County
1 John 4:18 says, "There is no fear in
love; for perfect love casts out fear." Thank you, sons and
daughters of Logan County, for having and giving that "perfect love"
Dorothy Jean Paxton Butler
I wanted to take this
opportunity to praise the work of city engineer Mark Mathon. The
recently completed downtown street project is just another example
of the positive momentum Lincoln is now generating.
My guess is that in a job like
Mark's, he either gets lots of complaints or is simply ignored. I do
not want to be a resident who does either one, but simply says thank
you for sharing your energy, your knowledge and your expertise among
us here in Logan County.
Mark is a young man who
possesses a great education, is a hard worker and loves to see our
city improve. I only want to say, "Nice job and keep up the good