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May 2010

Saturday, May 1

Vines and Vendors: Plant sale, crafts, art, home-based vendors
SPONSOR: Zion Lutheran School Challenge Committee
WHO: Public
DETAILS: Sixth annual plant sale featuring annuals and perennials from Connie's Greenhouse. New this year is the addition of the craft, art and vendor show in the gym. Box lunches and other refreshments will be served. Booth registrations will be taken until April 24. Call Karen for additional information at 735-1554. 
Zion Lutheran School, 1600 Woodlawn Road, Lincoln 
WHEN: 8 am- 2 pm

Sunday, May 2

Lincoln MS Walk
SPONSOR: Lincoln MS Support Group
WHO: Everyone is welcome 
DETAILS: MS Walk is a fundraising event to create a world free of multiple sclerosis. Get a team together, gather some donations and come to the walk. Music, prizes and a silent auction are part of the festivities. Walkers turning in $100 or more receive a T-shirt. Participants are urged to register early by phone, 732-2339, or online at
Kickapoo Creek Park, Lincoln
WHEN: Check-in 12:30 pm; team pictures at 1 pm; walk begins at 1:30

Monday, May 3

Habitat fundraiser
SPONSOR: Habitat for Humanity of Logan County
WHO: Public
DETAILS: First Monday of each month Habitat will receive 10 percent of the food sales at Culver's from 5 to 8 pm.
Culver's in Lincoln, 2530 Woodlawn Road
WHEN: 5-8 pm


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