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HardwareTo the editor:

We would like to acknowledge several businesses in downtown Lincoln. On Feb. 8, the fifth annual Looking for Lincoln dinner was held at the Maple Club, celebrating the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday. Contributions were made for the drawings held that evening for the guests.

We want to recognize the following food establishments that contributed gift certificates for the memorable event: the Blue Dog Inn, Bryant's Cafe, Culver's, Dickson's Tacos and More, First Wok, Guzzardo's Italian Villa and Hallie's on the square. Their gift certificates for our door prizes added an excitement to the evening and an appreciation from the recipients.

The committee wants to thank these establishments for their generous donations.

Main Street Lincoln's Looking for Lincoln committee: Paul Beaver, Jackie Baker and Theresa Richert

[Posted March 07, 2009]

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