Firefighter prints to benefit Oasis to debut Sept. 8
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[August 31, 2013]
Sponsors of the prints that will
be sold in conjunction with the Sept. 15 Firefighters' Picnic on the
square and the Oasis Fire Fund drive met at Lincoln Mayor Keith
Snyder's office Friday morning. Available to look at and to review
were 17 glossy prints, 13 by 19 inches, of photos taken of the Oasis
fire on June 21.
The prints, which will
sell for $10 each, will be available as long as there is interest.
The cost of the initial release of 500 is being paid for by
community leaders and businesses; thus, all sales proceeds from the
initial offering will go into the Oasis Fire Fund.
Committee member Mike Fak said a preliminary showing of the
prints at several recent events showed a strong interest in several
of the prints, with all receiving at least some attention.
"We have an idea which ones we will sell more copies of, but you
can never be sure," Fak said. The print run is flexible, with
increases in production of whichever prints receive the most
interest being no problem for Lincoln Printers, a sponsor and the
company that is doing the prints.
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The prints will make their debut at the Sept. 8 Legion Post 263
breakfast buffet, and a respectable quantity will be available for
purchase that morning.
The prints will also be on display at the Lincoln Art Institute
on the square, along with several dozen other photos of the fire.
Patrons will be able to buy the prints at the institute throughout
September. Other locations where the prints can be purchased will be
The committee hopes that the demand for these prints will exceed
the initial printing and that several more runs of the prints will
[Text from file received from committee for Firefighters' Picnic]