Small town, big dreams

By Jyll Phillips

In June of 1939, the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce decided to celebrate the 60 years since the city’s incorporation in 1879 with a festival. They referred to it as the Fall Festival, and enlisted the help of community leaders and organizations to make it happen. The July 20, 1939 Sentinel reported the Chamber, B.P.W.C., Lions Club, American Legion, Rifle Club, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Legion Auxiliary and Farm Bureau all had a part in developing the festival.

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Cheney accepts the challenge

By Jyll Phillips

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has caught on across the country, flooding the news and social media. When challenged, a person has a choice. They can send $10 to the ALS Association and allow themselves to have a bucket of ice water poured over their heads, or make a $100 donation.

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Hunter’s Safety course held August 23

Post Rock Ringnecks Pheasants Forever Chapter 635 sponsored the annual Hunter’s Safety class Saturday, August 23. The class included 42 students. The two-day class consists of one day for classroom work and one field day.

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