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Enchilada meal to benefit Lincoln Library

LINCOLN — Stop by Burnham Hall for a take-out only enchilada dinner fundraiser to benefit the Lincoln Library on Tuesday, Jan. 11, from 4:30  to 6:30 p.m. This will be a fun and delicious way to celebrate and support our community. There will be veggie and cheese enchiladas but no vegan. The veggie filling will be squash based. It will be very hearty with cheese and red sauce. The chicken will have a base of green sauce and the beef will be red-sauce based. The food will be rich in flavors but not spicy.

No pre-orders for this event. The food will be served for two hours or until sold out. This fundraiser is take-out only. The food will be served in compostable boxes, so please do not bring your own containers.

There is no suggested donation. Please give generously. Checks made payable to the Lincoln Library are welcome. No need to bring cash. COVID protocols will be in place, so please wear a mask. Hope to see you there!

FROM THE TOWN: Christmas tree chipping will be happening on Saturday, Jan. 8, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lincoln Transfer Station. Turn that lovely old Christmas tree into garden mulch for yourself or your Lincoln friends and neighbors!

Sargent’s Tree Service is generously donating free conversion of your Christmas tree to useful garden woodchip mulch. Please bring just your tree with no wires, lights or ornaments.

Until next time … Happy New Year!

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