Community Night at Postville Park brings in crowds and rain clouds

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[October 04, 2013]     Send a link to a friend 

It was a dark and stormy night... or at least showing signs that it could be, but that didn't stop several people from coming out to Postville Park for the city's second annual Community Night.

The event, hosted by the city of Lincoln, featured grilled hot dogs from the Lincoln Police Department, a buffet of sweet treats courtesy of the city clerk's office, and several emergency vehicles on hand for visitors to see up-close.

It was also a "Plant the Town Red" night as a bed of red tulips was planted in front of the park polling place by members of the community.  The From the Ground Up group was also selling red tulip bulbs to the public. 

As the clouds rolled in, the skies grew dark, but it didn't dampen the spirits of those in attendance.

Pictures by Nila Smith

Left to right: Alderwoman Melody Anderson, Judy Conzo and Alderwoman Kathy Horn

Guests enjoy the dogs and chips.


They then attack the sweets table.

City clerk staff members Joy Fulk and Dawn Crowell keep an eye on the dessert table ...

Chuck Conzo, city treasurer, visits with a guest.

... along with Susan Gehlbach, city clerk.


Checking out the city of Lincoln Humvee.

A youngster waits anxiously for his dog.


Another guest poses for the camera.

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