Lincoln news for June 21

LINCOLN — Congratulations to the LCS Class of 2018 on your promotion to seventh grade. I wish you the best of luck at Mt. Abe. Work hard, do great things, have fun and enjoy it all.
My sincerest thanks to teachers Kaela, Lindsey and Justin for all you’ve done to enrich the lives of our children at LCS. We will miss you and wish you well. To all the teachers and staff: enjoy your break.
It’s almost time for Bristol’s annual 4th of July celebration. On Tuesday, July 3, there will be food and craft vendors, games, raffle tickets for sale and plenty of live music starting at 6 p.m. at the Bristol Rec Field. The fireworks display begins at dusk. Festivities on Wednesday, July 4, include the outhouse races at 9 a.m. followed by the parade at 10:30 a.m. This year’s parade theme is Broadway Musicals and will feature one member of each of the five towns serving as Grand Marshal.
Lincoln will be represented by Hattie Brown. After the parade enjoy live music by Mango Jam on the town green. Food and craft vendors will also be available.
Community Movie Night at the church is taking a break for the summer, but I just wanted to thank all those who put this together. Jacob enjoys watching the movie with his friends and I love the company and the buttery popcorn. Thank you, ladies!
Looking for something to do this summer? Did you know that you can check out passes at the library for area museums? Passes are available for Vermont State Historic Sites, Shelburne Farms, Shelburne Museum, Echo Museum, American Precision Museum in Windsor and the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier. Stop by the library for more information or check out their website at lincolnlibraryvt.com.
Until next time … Every Moment Is A Fresh Beginning. Enjoy The Outdoors. Read A Good Book.

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