Logan Mason Public Transportation cuts the ribbon on a new venture

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[September 28, 2012]     Send a link to a friend

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It has taken five years of complete dedication to the project, but this week the Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois cut the ribbon on the new Logan Mason Public Transportation program.

The group actually began serving the two counties in August, but this week they celebrated all that they have achieved.

Program manager Angie Jenkins and several Community Action staff and board members, joined by chamber ambassadors and chamber director Andi Hake, cut the ribbon outside the Community Action offices in Lincoln, posed in front of two of the vehicles that are being used in the program.

Board president Steve Lobb of Clinton and board members Steve Waterworth and Pat O'Neill all spoke in celebration of the day.

Afterward everyone was invited inside for celebratory cake and punch.

Photos by Nila Smith

The first photo of the day is of all the Community Action staff on hand for the ribbon-cut.

Steve Lobb speaks of former executive director Angela Stoltzenberg, who was instrumental in getting the program off the ground.

Andi Hake offers words of congratulations.


Steve Waterworth offers comments on the program and congratulates the staff.


Pat O'Neill also spoke about the benefits of the program in Logan County.

Left to right: Beth Fleshman, agency deputy director; Kathy Inman, interim executive director and fiscal officer; Ellen Burbage, human resource manager; and Mark Graue, assistant LMPT program manager


Jenkins prepares to cut the ribbon.

The group celebrates as the ribbon falls.



Fleshman prepares to serve refreshments.



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