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Main Street Lincoln held its annual dinner,
"Celebrating Community," on March 20 at Lincoln College. Gratitude
goes to Mike Fak, master of ceremonies for the event, who welcomed
75 people from eight different Logan County communities, with each
having a story to tell about their community. Towns represented were
Atlanta, Chestnut, Elkhart, Emden, Lincoln, New Holland, Middletown
and Mount Pulaski.
A number of individuals and businesses contributed to the
evening, including Buff's Family Restaurant in Mount Pulaski,
Curry's Wieners, Palms Grill in Atlanta, Guzzardo's Italian Villa,
Sam Sorrento's Ristorante, Paul and Jackie Campbell, Don and Mary
Lanterman, Joe and Sudie Mintjal, and Gene Rohlfs.
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The following financial institutions and businesses sold tickets:
Atlanta National Bank, Bank of Chestnut, Beans & Such, Farmers State
Bank of Emden, Illini Bank of Elkhart, Havana National Bank in San
Jose, Middletown State Bank, New Holland Banking Center, Salt Creek
Attic in Mount Pulaski, State Bank of Lincoln.
Special appreciation is extended to Kroger, Lincoln Courier and
Lincoln Daily News.
The event coordinators would like to extend their appreciation
for all who participated. Their involvement made the evening a
Wanda Lee Rohlfs,
Main Street Lincoln
April 15, 2011]
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