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Monday, October 30, 2017
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Today, our ‘Show us your pink’ picture is not one, not, two, not even three, but six shots from one local business. LDN was happily surprised when the State Bank of Lincoln said they wanted not only to be included in the Show us your pink, but that they wanted all four bank locations in Lincoln, as well as the two locations in Clinton to take part. We thank the bank for its show of support for Breast Cancer Awareness.

Photos by Karen Hargis and Roy Logan and provided by SBL    (Click on photo for larger version)

Show us YOUR pink!       

On Saturday crowds flocked to the 34th Annual Harvest of Talents at the Lincoln Christian Church. The day was filled with food and shopping, fellowship, and activities. The day’s activities, as always, ended with the Harvest of Talents Auction. A large crowd gathered to participate in the excitement of a live auction, with individuals hopeful to garner the title of "winner" as the bids for handcrafted items rose.

At a special Harvest Celebration service on Sunday morning it was announced the event raised $100,689.28 this year. The funds will be given to International Disaster Emergency Services to fight hunger throughout the world. In the history of the Harvest of Talents, the event sponsored by Lincoln Christian Church has now raised a total of $2,239,735.72.

Photos by Lisa Ramlow     (Click on photo for larger version)


Harvest of Talents feeding those most in need globally

Day begins with a 5K - slideshow

Craft sale offers lots of great Holiday gift ideas - slideshow

Event offers time for friends and loved ones - slideshow

Guests enjoy great food - slideshow

Day ends with an outstanding auction - slideshow

Cold, wind, even snow can’t stop excited Lincoln trick-or-treaters from candy hunt led by Mayor ‘Moo’ Seth Goodman

Kids gather early at Latham Park in Lincoln - slideshow

Downtown businesses offer tons of treats - slideshow

The parade around town ends with prizes - slideshow

Trick-or-Treaters brave cold for Mount Pulaski's Trunk-or-Treat

First, the trunks - slideshow

And now...the treaters - slideshow

Evening ends at the Mount Pulaski Courthouse - slideshow

2017 Fall Farm

Corn genetics: The savior, and the great destroyer

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