The Abraham Lincoln Tourism
Bureau of Logan County had their annual dinner Sunday evening at the
Maple Club. Although the evening started out quiet and subdued, it
didn't end that way, with comedian Rex Havens making the crowd laugh
out loud. Havens delivers a family-oriented dialogue that involves a
great deal of humor about the differences in men and women.
There were two visual
presentations from the tourism bureau. One was a look at the power of the
and how the world of electronic communications has exponentially
increased. The other was a reverie of pictures of all that the tourism
involved in the past year. Zion Lutheran School also had on display
their award-winning history projects for diners to see.
Special awards were presented
to the Railsplitter Antique Auto Club, Heritage In Flight Museum,
Elkhart, T.W. Werth and Best Western Lincoln Inn.
A special tribute was paid to
tourism friend Terry Steinhour, who died this past year.
Accepting on his behalf were his wife and son.
Pictures by Jan Youngquist and Mike Fak