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Lincoln news for Feb. 7

LINCOLN — Another fun Hill Country Holiday weekend is in the books as we celebrated 100 years of the Burnham Legacy. Artwork by LCS students depicting images of Burnham Hall was on display throughout the weekend. From military whist, the spaghetti supper and variety show to the pancake breakfast, there was a little something for everyone. It’s always a fun time at the HCH Variety Show. So many different talents were on display from storytelling and joke making, to funny skits and singing. I’m especially proud of all the LCS students who shared their talents with us.
Mary Apgar took home the title of best meatball in the preschool’s meatball competition and Chuck Norton’s name was chosen as the 50/50 raffle winner. Abigail Gusakov took home first place and Jo Jackson was the second place winner in the Walter S. Burnham look alike contest.
Todd announced during the show that there was such a great turnout for Military Whist that they will also be hosting the card game on Friday, Feb. 15, Friday, March 1, and Friday, March 15, at Burnham Hall. Whist is an easy, fun game for all ages. Cost is only $1 per person.
BRIDGES will show the movie “RBG” at the library on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m. At the age of 85, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a lengthy legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. Explore her unique and unknown personal journey of her rise to the nation’s highest Court.
The library will offer a children’s craft session during vacation week on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 10:30 a.m. Crafters will make their own marionette, and manipulate it to tell a story. Snacks will be provided. Crafters will be working with paper, string, and decorations to make their creatures come alive.
The Big Change Roundup for Kids has officially kicked off at LCS. Students and faculty will be collecting monetary donations to benefit critically ill children at the University of Vermont Children’s Hospital. If you’d like to help with their fundraising efforts, please visit the LCS page at bigchangeroundup.org or send in your donation with an LCS student. Thank you for your support. Together we can make a difference one dime at a time.
SAVE THE DATE: Winter break for the Mt. Abraham Unified School District is Monday, Feb. 18 through Friday, Feb. 22.
Until next time … Let Nothing Dim The Light That Shines From Within. Be Your Own Kind Of Beautiful. When Nothing Goes Right, Go Left.

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