Lincoln news for Jan. 7

LINCOLN — Since news broke of the superintendent’s recommendation to the MAUSD school board, our community members have been coming together to research alternatives. A newly created website is intended to be a place to gather and share information and resources in one location. On the website you can find out exactly what is being proposed, things to consider and ways you can get involved. The website also includes various news articles and posts from concerned townspeople. If you’re interested in learning more, please visit the website at If you would like to join the efforts, just enter your contact information on the website.
Have you kept a journal, written a poem, been touched by an event or just have some thoughts about “Life in Lincoln” during this time in history? The Lincoln Historical Society will be putting together information on what life has been like in our community during this pandemic and would love to hear from you! Please send your information to: li[email protected] or 62 Quaker Street, Lincoln, VT 05443.
Make a difference in 2021 — join the Lincoln Mentor Program! Join something rewarding and meaningful, right in your own community. Since 2014, the Lincoln Mentor Program has been a vibrant program, making the lives of both adult community members and Lincoln Community students richer. Even though we are still in a COVID-19 safe place, matches can still be made meeting through Zoom or FaceTime or good old fashioned snail mail. We ask for a commitment of an hour each week or two hours every two weeks. For more information, please email the Lincoln Mentor Coordinator, Beth Nelson at [email protected].
Until next time … Make this a year of finding, of fulfillment, of joy, peace and purpose.

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