Current News and Events
NOTICE: Website Upgrade
The Town of Lincoln website is currently being upgraded. When the upgrade is finished, minutes and agendas of all local boards will be posted on the site. In the meantime, agendas will be posted at Burnham Hall, Lincoln Library, Town Office and the Lincoln General Store and minutes will be available at the Town Office.
||Minutes and Agendas for most recent meetings of the Selectboard and the Board of Civil Authority are being posted. Click on "Town Government" and choose the appropriate board.
Hill Country Holidays!
It's hard to believe but Lincoln Sports is marking its 50th anniversary this year! In celebration, the theme for Hill Country Holiday will be 1964, the year we were founded. Do you remember 1964? It was the year of the first Mustang, Nelson Mandela was sentenced to life in prison, the Beatles held the top 5 spots on the charts, a loaf of bread cost 20 cents and Bewitched and Jeopardy began on TV.
Come support this group by showing off your 1964 nostalgia in the parade. We are looking for a 1964(ish) vehicle for our queens, Bev Brown and Peg Rood (both founding members), to ride in during the parade.
There will be the parade with the Bristol Band playing, a potluck lunch, games on the field and the Bee-Bop Car Hop. 50th anniversary t-shirts will be for sale. More details of the weekend will be posted soon! If there are any other groups in town that want to get involved with the weekend, please let us know as soon as possible.
Lincoln Sports Board
Attention Lincoln Voters, especially Military and Overseas Voters:
We have an election starting up this week. The date of the Vermont Primary Election is Tuesday, August 26th...mark your calendars!
In preparation for this election, it would be helpful if absentee voters could submit ballot requests as soon as possible. I am supposed receive ballots by Friday, and we will be ready to distribute them for early voting. I have attached a blank ballot request formfor anyone to use, if you know that you won't be available to vote at the polling place on Aug. 26th. Thank you in advance, for doing your part to give me plenty of notice. I want to be sure your ballots are received in a timely manner.
This is always a particularly challenging election for me to recruit volunteer election workers. If you are interested in helping, please contact me and I will sign you up. (training provided)