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Lincoln news for Jun. 23

LINCOLN — The Lincoln Volunteer Fire Company’s Annual Father’s Day Chicken BBQ was back in action this year and it didn’t disappoint. A big thank you to everyone at the LVFC for a delicious meal and all that you do for this community! Much appreciated!

Early and absentee voting for the Aug. 9 Vermont Primary Election has begun. If you are a voter in the military or overseas, please submit your absentee ballot requests right away. Overseas voters are encouraged to request electronic delivery of their ballot for speedier processing. Anyone else who would like to vote absentee, should submit their requests as well by logging into the My Voter Page online at mvp.vermont.gov. You may request absentee ballots for the Nov. 8 General Election at the same time.

If you have questions about voting or if you are interested in signing up to be an election worker, please contact Town Clerk Sally Ober at (802) 453-2980 or [email protected].

Don’t forget to stop by the library and check out some of the wonderful passes that are available. The Vermont State Parks pass admits up to eight people in one vehicle for free. See their website at vtstateparks.com for more details. The Shelburne Museum pass allows two adults and up to four children into the museum for half price. Visit shelburnemuseum.org for information on hours and admission fees. The Echo Museum pass offers a reduced rate of $4 admission for up to four people. Check out their website at echovermont.org for more information.

Until next time…Start Where You Are. Use What You Have. Do What You Can.

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