City to host Community Night in Postville Park
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The city of Lincoln will
host a Community Night at Postville Park next week. The event will be on
Thursday evening, Oct. 3, from 5:30 to 7:30 at the park in the 1300 block of
Fifth Street, across from 5th St Food Mart.
At 5:30, Lincoln Police Department
D.A.R.E. will begin grilling free hot dogs and serving them with
chips and soda. The city clerk's office will provide sweet treats
Members of the
community will be able to check out a city police squad car, city
fire truck and a city dump truck as well as other city vehicles for
everyone to see inside and out. The Lincoln Fire Department will
also have a fire hose open for those who want to knock out the
flames in the windows of the "Squirt House".
The newly painted old Chautauqua
house and polling place will be open for the evening for those
curious about what's inside.
The From the Ground Up group will
be on-site to launch this year’s Plant the Town Red project by
planting red tulips donated by city council members David Wilmert
and Kathy Horn of Ward 2 and Chuck Conzo, city treasurer. Red tulips
will also be available for purchase at 100 bulbs for $15 to those
wanting to help "plant the town red" this fall.
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The city of Lincoln hopes to see
citizens of all ages join in an evening of fun and food.
For more information, contact Kathy
Vinyard at 732-2122 or