Lincoln news for July 12

LINCOLN — It’s always a fun time in Bristol for the Fourth of July festivities, and this year was no exception. It was nice seeing friends at the rec field, kids enjoying the skate park, smelling all the delicious food, eating some yummy fries, and listening to the wonderful music. Rounding out the night’s events was an amazing fireworks display.
From all the fire trucks to the mini monster trucks, music from WOKO and the various bands, creative floats, and beautiful horses, the Fourth of July parade never disappoints. Some of the highlights for me included dancing and singing along with Zeno Mountain Farm to my favorite soundtrack from the movie Grease, listening to Eric play the drums in the Bristol Band, and watching all the kids grab as much candy as they could. Jacob wanted to adopt all the cute puppies and I got drenched by a cute girl with a super soaker. Great memories were made again this year. Thanks to the Fourth of July and parade committees for a wonderful celebration!
The Town of Lincoln seeks volunteers willing to represent the town as follows:
•  Voting Delegate to the Addison County Regional Planning Commission (ACRPC) (1).
•  Alternate Delegate to ACRPC (2).
•  Alternate Delegate to ACRPC Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC).
•  Deputy Fire Warden. and
•  Tree Warden.
Submit a short note of interest and background by Friday, July 20, to Bill Finger, Select Board Chair, Lincoln Town Office, 62 Quaker Street, Lincoln, VT 05443 or by e-mail to [email protected].
As part of the “Libraries Rock!” Summer Reading Program, there will be a What Rocks More Than Drums? interactive session, co-sponsored by the Lincoln Library, on Wednesday, July 25, at the Lawrence Memorial Library in Bristol from 2-2:45 p.m.
Three Day Stampede drop-off date is Saturday, July 14 from 4:30-6:00 p.m. at Bristol Works! parking lot on Munsill Ave. in Bristol.
Until next time … Live Happy. Share Love. Have Hope.

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