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Sunday evening the Main Street Lincoln organization hosted its seventh annual Looking for Lincoln partnership event at the new Lincoln College Heritage Museum site.

The Heritage Museum is set to move into the new site at the Lincoln Center in the near future. Meanwhile it has made for a very nice meeting place for special events.

Guests were treated to a full buffet of hors d'oeuvres, prepared by Lincoln College chef Warren Wendlandt and his staff.

Included in the evening was the presentation of Main Street Advocate Awards, presentations from various community leaders throughout the county and light comedy entertainment.

Pictures by Nila Smith


Sunday evening it was nearly a full house as about 75 people attended.


David Lanterman, left, and Mayor Keith Snyder chat a bit. Snyder kicked off the evening by leading the Pledge of Allegiance and Lanterman was later recognized as Main Street Lincoln Advocacy Partner.



Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Main Street director (left), Ron Keller of the Lincoln College Heritage Museum and Andi Hake, director of the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce, pose for a picture. Keller would later speak about the future of the Heritage Museum and the timeline for moving into their new facility.

Mike Fak opened the evening with some light humor and encouraged the communities of Logan County to "Stand along, together."



Rohlfs begins introductions of Main Street Advocacy Award winners.

Roger Matson, Main Street's board president, received the Individual Award.



Lincoln Alderwoman Joni Tibbs received the Civic Award as the city liaison to Main Street.





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