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Lincoln news for Jul. 23

LINCOLN — The Lincoln Library is now open for inside browsing. A plexiglass shield has been installed at the front desk and no patrons will be allowed behind the desk. A maximum of 10 people, including staff, will be allowed inside at one time. Masks that cover your mouth and nose are required for patrons and staff. Masks are available if you need one. If you are unable to wear a mask, please use curbside pickup. Sanitizing your hands before entering the building and upon exiting is required. Please keep a distance of 6 feet from others both inside the library and out. 
Be aware that you may be asked to wait outside until another patron leaves. The use of the computers will be available by appointment only. Call the library at 453-2665 to set up a time. All books should be returned to the box in the front hallway or through the book return. Do not return books to the circulation desk.
Visits will be limited to twenty minutes or less. Children under 14 need to be accompanied by an adult. Please stay home if you have COVID-19 symptoms, have been exposed to anyone who is ill, or if you have travelled out of state to a high COVID zone.
The summer reading program continues and there will be crafts that kids/parents can pickup on the front porch on Wednesdays. Call the library for more information.
The Take It or Leave It Farm Stand on the church lawn is starting to fill up with squash and zucchini. Stop by and drop off any extra garden produce you may have or feel free to take some. Do not leave books, toys, clothes, etc. If you would like to donate non-perishable items for the food shelf, please leave the items inside the church basement door. 
Until next time … The Future Depends On What You Do Today. The Best View Comes After The Hardest Climb. If You Want To Be Happy, Be.

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