Lincoln news for Mar. 24

LINCOLN — Dog licenses expire each year on April 1. State law requires owners of all canines aged 6 months or older to license their pet annually with the town clerk. To obtain a license, you will need to present a copy of your pet’s current rabies certificate along with a fee. The cost is $15 for a spayed or neutered animal, and $19 if it is still intact. After April 1, late charges will apply. Please pay by check or cash only. There will be no Lincoln rabies clinic this year.


The final Open Art Studio for children ages 3 to 13 will take place on Friday, April 1 at the library from 3 to 5 p.m. Materials, smocks and snacks provided.


Spring break for MAUSD students will be April 18-22.

Until next time … If You Change The Way You Look At Things, The Things You Look At Change. May Your Troubles Be Less And Your Blessings Be More. The Way You Speak To Yourself Matters.

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