Lincoln news for June 28

LINCOLN — School may be out for the summer, but the need for collecting Box Tops continues. Box Tops are little coupons that are on hundreds of household products that you use everyday. You can drop them off this summer at the Lincoln Library. There is a canister on the table in the foyer to put them in. Each Box Top is worth ten cents and goes toward purchasing books for the LCS library. Tell your friends, family and neighbors about collecting Box Tops for the school. Box Tops do expire, so check your cupboards today. Thank you so much for your support and participation.
The Bristol Band will be performing every Wednesday night from 7-8:30 pm on the town green. As a note: there will be no Bristol Band concert on the 4th of July, but keep an eye out for them in the parade!
Need to clean out your closets or your basement? Looking for a good cause to donate items to? The Three Day Stampede for the Cure Towards Cystic Fibrosis will be accepting yard sale donations Saturday, June 30, from 4:30-6 p.m. in the Bristol Works! parking lot on Munsill Ave. For more information on acceptable items, visit their website at threedaystampede.org. This year’s Stampede will be held July 27-29 at the Bristol Rec Field.
REMINDER: Fourth of July festivities start Tuesday, July 3, at the Bristol Rec Field at 6 p.m. — food and craft vendors, games, raffle tickets for sale and live music will culminate with fireworks at dusk. Wednesday, July 4, festivities begin with outhouse races at 9 a.m., followed by the 10:30 a.m. parade, followed by live music, food and craft vendors on the town green.
Until next time…Enjoy the Fourth. Happy Birthday, America. Be safe.

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