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Lincoln news for Jan. 16

LINCOLN — Hill Country Holiday (HCH) weekend begins Friday, Jan. 31 with a taco dinner brought to you by the Lincoln Little League from 5 to 7 p.m. downstairs in Burnham Hall. After you grab a bite to eat, head upstairs at 6:45 p.m. to play Military Whist. The cost is only $1 to play.
On Saturday, Feb. 1, the parade starts at 11:30 a.m. This year’s theme is “Love Your Library” in honor of the Lincoln Library celebrating 20 years in its current location. The parade will have a new route this year. Vehicles in the parade will assemble at the pallet mill at 11:15 a.m. and walkers will lineup at Burnham Hall. The vehicles will start the parade and walkers will join in as the vehicles pass by the hall. The parade route continues along River Road and ends at the library. Be on the lookout for the famous preschool parade song and skit as it will be happening at the library this year. After the parade, lunch and various activities will be offered at the library.
The Lincoln Cooperative Preschool will hold their annual spaghetti dinner on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Burnham Hall during Hill Country Holiday weekend. Tickets for the dinner will be sold at the door. The cost for adults (ages 12 and up) is $8, seniors $5, children (ages 6-11) is $4 and kids 5 years and under are free. And 50/50 tickets will be sold at the door.
The famous HCH variety show will take place on Saturday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. upstairs at Burnham Hall. You don’t want to miss this always-fun and funny event.
On Sunday, Feb. 2, Lincoln Sports will serve up a pancake breakfast downstairs at Burnham Hall from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Single meal is $4, double stack is $6 and the all-you-can-eat breakfast is $8.
REMINDERS: There will be no school for MAUSD students on Monday, Jan. 20, and Tuesday, Jan 21. Parade crafting will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 22, and Wednesday, Jan. 29, after school at the library.
Until next time…You Never Fail Until You Stop Trying. When One Door Closes, Another Opens. The Most Important Kind of Freedom Is To Be What You Really Are.

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