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Lincoln news for Jul. 16

LINCOLN — The library will be welcoming patrons back inside the building starting Monday, July 20. They will be limiting the number of patrons inside at one time, requiring masks, quarantining book returns and asking for your cooperation and patience if unforeseen circumstances arise. The library will still be continuing the front porch pickup service. Email or call the library to let them know what books, movies and/or audio books you would like to check out and they will leave them on the front porch table for you to pick up at your convenience.
FROM THE TOWN CLERK
Lincoln voters, did you receive a postcard from the VT Secretary of State’s Office, reminding you about early voting for the Aug. 11 primary election and Nov. 3 general election? Now is the time to request your absentee ballot.
The easiest way to make the absentee ballot request is by visiting mvp.vermont.gov. If you have trouble logging in, you are either not registered or your voter record needs to be updated with a date of birth and driver’s license number. Email Sally at [email protected] and she can assist you with that.
Election volunteers are needed for Tuesday, Aug. 11 and Tuesday, Nov. 3. Jobs may include: checklist, greeter, monitoring the ballot box, traffic control, sanitizing crew and ballot counting and processing. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Sally with your name, email address, best phone number to reach you, if you prefer to work indoors or outdoors, and which job might suit you best. Please also include which shift you would be available to volunteer: early bird (6:30-11 a.m.), mid-day (10:45 a.m.-3 p.m.), afternoon (2:45 p.m.-7 p.m.) or evening (7 p.m. until done counting). Training will be provided. Young people ages 16 and up are encouraged to apply.
Until next time … You Will Never Regret Being Kind. The Key To Change Is To Let Go Of Fear. You Are Your Only Limit.
 

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