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Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019
published daily from 8am Lincoln, Illinois

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Ace Hardware

Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital

Dairy Queen

Lincoln Community High School

Moriearty Harris Hodnett Insurance

Prairie Eye Center

Salt Creek Attic

United Community Bank

Ace Hardware, Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Dairy Queen, Lincoln Community High School, Moriearty Harris Hodnett Insurance Services, Prairie Eye Center, Salt Creek Attic and the United Community Bank make up the collection of pink shirt pictures for today's edition.

All of these people are absolutely wonderful, and we appreciate their effort to raise breast cancer awareness by wearing their pink in October.

We do want to draw your attention to the group from Lincoln Community High School.

"This is our second year coordinating a Pink Friday, and there has been an outstanding response. We have several staff members who have been impacted by breast cancer in some way. We love being able to support the survivors among us, as well as those currently fighting," said Abby Curry, LCHS media specialist and organizer of the staff event.

Photo by Karen Hargis, Roy Logan, Angela Stoltzenburg and Abby Curry


See:  2019 Paint the Paper Pink - Pink Shirts for Breast Cancer Support - Album

A stunning display of items shows the quality of merchandise offered on Saturday afternoon at the Harvest of Talents for World Hunger live auction. Auctioneer Mike Maske worked his magic, bringing in top dollar for every item on display. The money made at the auction, along with various other fundraising events on Saturday, brought the total offering at the Sunday worship service to more than $100,000. The check was presented to the International Disaster Emergency Services organization by Harvest founder Pat Snyder.

Photo by Lisa Ramlow   (Click on image to enlarge)


Weather Update:

Lincoln added to winter weather advisory area; two to four inches snow possible, high winds 10 p.m. Wednesday to 4 p.m. Thursday

* IMPACTS...Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening commute.

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Harvest of Talents put into Jesus hands to reach a world of people

Cozy comfort inside brings friends together for the harvest - slideshow

Thirty-sixth annual event ends with an amazing contribution for fighting world hunger - slideshow

A real twist - Harvest of Talents 5K Run brings out the best

Chilly air, wet roads, but warm hearts at annual Harvest 5K - slideshow

Not all lumps are cancer
Don't assume the worst, but do see your doctor

Paint the Paper Pink
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October 31 - Lincoln town wide Trick or Treat

October 31 - Open Arms Fellowship Trunk or Treat
October 31 - Trick or Treat at Copper Creek
October 31 - Monster Bash Trick or Treat at Timber Creek

October 31 - St. Clara's Rehab & Senior Care Trick or Treat



NOVEMBER 1 - Mount Pulaski town wide Trick or Treat




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