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To the editor:

The cemetery… We had 300 guests and a wonderful time had by all. Our actors were top-notch, and we got so many wonderful compliments from those attending and not ONE complaint that I heard! It is too bad more recognition was not given to those who did a wonderful service to this community.

There was NO TRASH left behind by the public and we had the respect of those attending.

The cemetery district guys were wonderful to work with as well.

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I have been getting inquiries about "Who were those actors?"

  • Quintin Veasley -- Lincoln College student and director of youth at AME church

  • Ron J. Keller -- assistant professor and museum curator, Lincoln College

  • Jeremy Norton -- theology student, Lincoln Christian Seminary College

  • Jean Gossett -- community theater co-founder

  • Tim McCormick -- president of Emden Bank

  • Julia Gerardot and Pat Glenn -- DAR past and present regents

  • Bob McCue -- chairman of Abraham Lincoln Tourism Bureau of Logan County, retired construction

Thanks to all!

Pat Freese

(Posted Sept. 20, 2006)

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