Lincoln news for Aug. 5
LINCOLN — Lincoln voters are encouraged to learn about the upcoming Tuesday, Aug. 24 vote to withdraw from the Mt. Abraham Union School District. Where our elementary school age children will be educated is at the center of the issue, as well as future possibilities for all of our students. Informational meetings will be held at Burnham Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 10, and Thursday, Aug. 19, at 7 p.m. A Special Town Meeting is also scheduled for Monday, Aug. 23. Joining remotely is also possible. If you are a current Lincoln voter, a ballot will be mailed to you. For more information, visit www.savecommunityschools.org.
With the Lincoln Sports courts now refinished, be sure to stop by the library and check out some pickleball paddles or tennis rackets.
Passes are also available at the library for check out. The State Parks Pass allows free entry for up to eight people in one car and the Shelburne Museum Pass offers $7 admission for each entry for up to four people.
REMINDERS: Choose some great books from the library’s ongoing summer book sale on the front porch. There are adult books, kids books, puzzles, movies and audiobooks. Stop by anytime. Ongoing kid-friendly take and make activity packs will also be available this summer as well.
SAVE THE DATE: Wednesday, Aug. 25 is the first day of school for MAUSD students.
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