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CenturyLink believes that connecting teachers and students to creative ways to use technology can expand their opportunities for education and improve the lives of their communities. That’s why on October 1, the company opened the 2018 application process for The CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation Teachers and Technology grant program.
By Nina Auslander
The Lyons soda fountain has gone through the hands of thirteen owners, the Great Depression, a fire, a flood, and too many renovations to count. Throughout all of the soda fountain’s storied history, one constant remains: the beautiful back bar, made out of Italian and Vermont marble, dark cherrywood cabinets, and colorful stained-glass panels framing a mirror. Generations have peered into the reflection, ordered an ice cream soda, and watched the world go by.
Yes, another week has gone by. B-r-r-r-r, it was very cold and windy on Saturday, and is supposed to snow on Thursday! But, look for a warmer weekend for the parade. Don't be fooled, winter is right around the corner.
This week we celebrate the Town's Halloween festivities. On Friday night, October 27 it's “Rave to the Grave!” at Planet Bluegrass, from 7 to 11 p.m. It's a costume party to benefit LEAF. You all come.
By Linda Pecone
Nothing says Fall like pumpkin. In Fall the pumpkin reigns supreme. Coffee shops bring out the pumpkin spice lattes, grocery stores begin to stock their shelves with limited edition pumpkin taste treats, and pile them outside their store fronts for Halloween. Thanksgiving, which is right around the corner from Halloween, brings to mind our time-honored pumpkin pie recipes. It seems that no food symbolizes the cozy, chilly fall season quite like pumpkins.