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"Thank-you" to supporters of Patricia Polacco visit to Logan County

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To the editor:

On behalf of the Patricia Polacco committee, I would like to offer my sincere thanks to those that enabled this world-class author to visit our community.

Dr. Polacco gave powerful presentations at eight elementary schools. In addition, she spent time with the educators of the schools and gave an impressive presentation at the Lincoln Public Library.

Thanks to these that financially supported the wonderful week:
The Woods Foundation,
Graue Inc.,
Lincoln Chrysler Jeep,
Paulus Farms,
Lincoln Masonic Temple,
Charlie Lee,
Corey Leonard,
State Bank of Lincoln,
Chester East Lincoln school,
Heyworth Elementary school,
Metcalf Elementary lab school,
West Lincoln-Broadwell school,
and Zion Lutheran schools of Lincoln and Mt. Pulaski.

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Special thanks to Lincoln Public Library, Boy Scout Troop 1102 and to Principal Heather Baker for the contributions that enabled the success of the event to move forward.

Finally, for the wonderful media coverage provided by this fine publication: Thank you!

Warm Regards,
Robert Henderson
West Lincoln-Broadwell school #92

[Posted October 15, 2016]

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