Lincoln news for March 29

LINCOLN — The second annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, March 31, at 10 a.m. Meet on the front lawn of the church. Children should bring their own basket or bag to collect the eggs in. This event will be held rain or shine.
The Burnham Trust has invited Middlebury College into Lincoln to work on a storytelling project that celebrates community. These sessions will focus on the Lincoln General Store and its role as a central gathering place and common ground. Each week will focus on one question, incorporating audio, portraits and videos to stitch together a collective community portrait of Lincoln. Anyone and everyone are welcome to participate.
•  Session one — Tuesday, April 3, noon-4 p.m. What does community mean to you?
•  Session two — Friday, April 6, noon-5 p.m. How does the place you live impact how you live?
•  Session three — Tuesday, April 10, noon-4 p.m. Tell us a story about a time the Lincoln community came together.
•  Session four — Sunday, April 22, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. What are your hopes for the future of Lincoln?
If you are unable to attend a session and would prefer to submit a written response, feel free to email [email protected]. The students conducting this project — Hannah, Shem, Evan, Mac and Mike — look forward to talking to you and hearing your thoughts.
Seeking collectors: the Lincoln Library is looking for items to feature in their glass display case. Do you collect something that you would like to share, and know that it is safe inside a locked case? See Wendy at the library about any ideas you may have.
“Paddington” will be shown as part of Community Movie Night on Friday, April 6, at 6:30 p.m. at the church. “Paddington” tells the story of a young Peruvian bear who travels to the city in search of a home. Popcorn and beverages will be provided. All ages welcome.
FROM THE TOWN: Just a friendly reminder that plowing, shoveling and snow blowing the snow from your property onto the road are against Vermont state law. Don’t forget to clear your exhaust vents for space heaters or pellet stoves, and take frequent breaks from shoveling when you can. Thank you all for being good neighbors to each other and helping out.
All dog licenses expire on Sunday, April 1. If you are unable to come by the town office during business hours, you may mail your fee and rabies certificate to the town clerk’s office or place them in the secure drop box next to the office door and they will mail your tag to you.
LINCOLN COMMUNITY SCHOOL NEWS: Thursday, March 29, is an early release day. Dismissal is at 11:45 a.m. There will be no Expanded Learning Program. There is no school Friday, March 30.
Until next time … Be Different. Keep Moving. Think Happy.

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