Tuesday, June 29


Lincoln Park District is the place to be
on the Fourth
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[JUNE 29, 2004]  The Fourth of July promises to be a great day of fun at your Lincoln Park District.

The day begins with a firemen's water fight. Registration is at 8 a.m. and the event begins at 9 a.m. Several teams from neighboring communities are expected. Everyone is encouraged to come on out and cheer them on.

Lincoln Baseball Association will host all-star baseball games beginning at 11 a.m.

The swimming pool will open for the young people at 1 p.m., with "Splashapalooza" scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. Relay races, inner tube races, diving for pennies and much more is planned. Admission is only $1, and the pool will close at 5 p.m.

Games for children and adults will start at 7 p.m. Children's games will include races, relays and contests with prizes being awarded. Games for adults will be hosted on the driving range. Prizes for the putting, "bean the cart" and other games will be given. To play bean the cart, we place a bull's-eye on the golf cart and drive it about 100 yards. You have three balls to try to hit the cart as it drives back and forth on the driving range.


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Concession stands will be available. There will be music by the Sounds of KC, Kevin Curry will be the DJ, and of course, it would not be the Fourth of July without the fireworks, which will begin at dusk.

Once again Immanuel Lutheran Church will host a bake sale beginning at 6 p.m. Activities beginning at 6 will include hobby displays in the Fellowship Hall, games and face painting for the kids. You are invited to use the Immanuel lawn for watching the fireworks, and the church offers their restroom and parking facilities as well.

[Lincoln Park District news release]

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