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September 27
If only these walls could talk
Historic commission hosts workshop on researching your homes history
 

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[September 22, 2014]  LINCOLN - Have you ever wondered who built your home? How many families have lived there and their names? Did anything significant or exciting happen at your home?  (Click here to continue reading)


September 27
If only these walls could talk
Historic commission hosts workshop on researching your homes history

LINCOLN - Have you ever wondered who built your home? How many families have lived there and their names? Did anything significant or exciting happen at your home?  (Click here to continue reading)

 


September 28
Harvest of Talents of Lincoln Christian Church Presents:

An Afternoon of Great Scenes from the Musical Theatre

LINCOLN - Harvest of Talents of Lincoln Christian Church presents an afternoon of great scenes from the musical theatre featuring the talents of: Linda Storm, Tim Searby, Gail King, Kay Dobson, Brandon Davis, Julie King, Tiffany Sprague, Paula Landess, LaVerne Tesh, Rich Knopp, Mike Vernon, Gayla Woods, Annie Sheley, Betsy Ramsey, Randy Storm, Laurin Hill, Barry King, Bev Kurka, Deb Parker, Paula Knopp, Bob Kurka, Lorna Searby, Emmary Roemer, Donnie Parker, Dan Bailey, Sadie Bolton, Owen Roemer, Maura Gowin, Zildgin Bolton, Eli Roemer, Isaac Sprague, Erin Gowin, Ella Roemer.  (Click here to continue reading)

 


Thru October
Glass recycling held the second Saturday of each month

The Logan County Joint Solid Waste Agency, in collaboration with the Lincoln Womanís Club and the Ardagh Group(formerly Verallia Saint-Gobain Containers), holds its monthly glass collection on the second Saturday of each month thru the summer at the Logan County Fairgrounds (use Main Gate entrance) between the hours of 9 AM and noon. The collection will be cancelled in event of inclement weather or extreme heat.  (Click here to continue reading)
 


October 4
Humane Society to host pet blessing October 4

Will also dedicate the new Pet Cemetery Gazebo and Scatter Garden

On Saturday October 4th the Humane Society of Logan County will hold itís annual Pet Blessing Ceremony at the Humane Shelter in Lincoln. The event is scheduled to take place from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and will include a dedication ceremony for the new Gazebo at the Forever Home Pet Cemetery as well as the Scatter Garden.  (Click here to continue reading)

 


October 11
It's time to check out that basement and garage!

Household hazardous waste collection coming to Logan County Fairground October 11

LINCOLN - Looking for a free, environmentally safe disposal option for household hazardous wastes such as oil-based paint, pesticides, old medications and other household chemicals?  (Click here to continue reading)
 


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October 11
2014 Moving Forward Walk/Run Offers Logan Countyís Only 10K Option
Register Now!

LINCOLN - The Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation and Memorial SportsCare at ALMH announced today that an early discount for participants of the Moving Forward 5K/10K Run/Walk ends September 13, 2014. The Run/Walk is scheduled for October 11 at Edward Madigan State Park and will be held rain or shine.  (Click here to continue reading)

 


October 19
Thrivent to hold annual meeting October 19

Thrivent Financial For Lutherans Logan County Chapter will hold its annual meeting on Sunday October 19 at noon.  (Click here to continue reading)
 


November 29
5th Saturday Opry at Lincoln Eagles

Join the 5th Saturday Opry Band for an evening of country music on November 29!  (Click here to continue reading)

 


Throughout the year
Electronics recycling held on the second Saturday of each month

Habitat for Humanity Logan County will hold its monthly electronics recycling collection on the second Saturday of each month at the Habitat for Humanity warehouse located at 915 Woodlawn Road between the hours of 9 AM and noon. The collection is offered free of charge to the public. Habitat for Humanity Logan County continues to collect televisions for recycling.  (Click here to continue reading)

 


 

 

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