Lincoln news for August 2

LINCOLN — The annual meeting of the Lincoln Historical Society will be on Sunday, Aug. 19, at 1 p.m. at the town office. Activities and programs for the coming year will be discussed and the election of officers will proceed the special program. Lincoln resident Lucinda Cockrell will provide an insight into the highly anticipated, soon to be published, book that she has co-authored, titled “How To Weed Your Attic: Getting Rid Of  Junk Without Destroying History.” Plan to attend and bring a friend. Refreshments will be available.
Jacob and I found so many wonderful treasures at the Three Day Stampede. We had so much fun going from tent to tent not knowing what goodies we might find. From books, pajamas and puzzles to holiday decorations, games and even Thomas trains, we filled a bag each day with all the proceeds benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. A big thanks to all the volunteers who work so hard putting this together.
A friendly reminder from the Town Clerk’s office that there are still many unlicensed dogs for 2018. Make sure your pet has an updated rabies vaccination and a current license with the town. Also, Transfer Station permits expired on June 15. New stickers can be purchased at the town office or Lincoln General Store.
Do you have a favorite author? Do you want to be first in line for their newest book release? Did you know that you can sign up at the library to adopt an author? Sponsor the book purchases by this author (or pertaining to a theme) and be the first to read new releases. When you’re finished reading, the book will go into the library’s collection. The library also plans to have an evening together with sponsors sharing a small reading from one of their books along with wine and cheese. Choose a favorite author that you would like to share with our community. If you’re interested, sign up with Wendy at the library.
Until next time … Be Fearless In The Pursuit Of What Sets Your Soul On Fire. It Isn’t What We Say Or Think That Defines Us, But What We Do. Great Things Never Come From Comfort Zones.

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