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Thank you to businesses supporting economic development in Logan County

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To the editor:

The Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership would like to thank all of the sponsors for helping make the partnership's first fundraising luncheon a success. The theme of this year's luncheon was "Logan County's Future is in the Wind." The luncheon featured Kevin Borgia, executive director from the Illinois Wind Energy Association. The event held at Lincoln College attracted a crowd of 70 people representing 27 co-sponsors of the event along with local and state officials.

The partnership would specifically like to thank the following sponsors:

  • Lincoln College

  • Atlanta National Bank

  • Best Western

  • Century Dental

  • The Courier

  • Lincoln Daily News

  • WLCN-FM 96.3

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  • Crawford, Murphy and Tilly

  • Dan Bock and Associates

  • Environmental Management Corp.

  • Eric Burwell

  • Greene and Bradford

  • Heritage Packaging

  • KC Ultra Graphics

  • Lincoln Chrysler Dodge Jeep

  • Lincoln Printers

  • Logan County Board

  • ME Realty & Seth Goodman

  • NAPA Auto Parts

  • New Holland Banking Center

  • Opportunity Alliance, LLC

  • Rio Grande

  • Rusty's Clubhouse and Grill

  • Sears

  • St. Clara's Manor

  • Thomas Jacobs and Associates

  • Vandewalle & Associates

Joel A. Smiley
Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership

[Posted June 26, 2010]

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