A Main Street Lincoln morning

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Friday morning Main Street Lincoln hosted its second annual celebration of National Small Business Week with an event at the Woman's Club building in Lincoln.

The morning started off with breakfast catered by the Owl's Roost and featured brief comments from Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Main Street director; the reading of a proclamation by Mayor Keith Snyder; and the presentation of two awards to local business owners by Roger Matson, Main Street president. 

Pictures by Nila Smith


Ronda Malkowski, co-owner of the Owl's Roost, smiles happily as guests dig into breakfast.


The line forms for biscuits, gravy, fruit salad and hummingbird bread.



Rohlfs welcomes everyone to the morning meeting.

Mayor Snyder reads a resolution proclaiming the week of May 16 National Small Business Week in Lincoln.


Matson reads the inscription on a plaque presented to Tom Harris Sr.

Matson shows the audience a plaque that will be given to John Guzzardo.



Rohlfs hold up the stovepipe version of a Lincoln profile plant hanger...

....while Main Street board member Jackie Baker holds up the hatless version.


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