Looking for Lincoln partnership event Album 2
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At the Sunday evening Looking for Lincoln partnership event hosted by the Main Street Lincoln organization, after awards were given out, folks from all over Logan County took a moment to tell the audience all that is special about their community or about a special project they are working on.

When all of these people are in one room, it's surprising how much Logan County has to offer, not only for those of us who live here, but also those who come to visit.

Pictures by Nila Smith


Bob Jeckel of Lincoln Logan May Enterprises received the Business Advocate Award.


Gladys Dutz was given the Volunteer Advocate Award.


Paul and Sue Beaver were recognized for their outstanding work in historic preservation and heritage interpretation.

Andi Hake. executive director of the chamber, expressed appreciation for being invited to help celebrate with Main Street the achievements they have accomplished in the downtown Lincoln area.


Dale Colaw talked about all the good things in his community of Atlanta.



Jan Youngquist talked about the Heritage In Flight Museum at the Logan County Airport and Heritage Daze, which will be on Memorial Day.



JoAnne Marlin is involved in the restoration of the Civil War statue on Lincoln's courthouse square. She invited everyone to attend the unveiling and dedication of the new statue in April.




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