It’s the time of year when high school football is on the minds of students and fans all across the United States. It unites communities and fosters friendly rivalries while teaching students the value of teamwork, giving your best, and good sportsmanship. On Friday nights in the fall across America, fans pack the stands to watch their local boys play.
It is one of the most tragic stories in recent memory. On April 20, 1999, two high school students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, went into their school in Colorado and murdered twelve of their schoolmates and a teacher before killing themselves.
Lincoln Township Public Library is a great place for kids to come check out books or to attend some fun programs. But the library is also a great place for adults, and we have some great programs coming up.
By Elizabeth Nestle
Do you love being at your local library, but don’t have time to make the commute this summer? Are you spending the summer traveling, and therefore can’t visit your home library? The Lincoln Township Public Library has plenty of ways for you to stay connected from anywhere, at any time.
June 19 marked the 40th anniversary of the first Garfield comic strip! Many of our patrons like to check out our Garfield comic books, so let’s see how much you know about Garfield by taking this quiz. Answers appear after the questions.
By Brian Johnston
I started to lift weights when I was in high school and have been doing it for close to 20 years. The health benefits are great, as lifting weights allows me to get stronger and to have more energy throughout the day.
By Emily Coberley
A few years ago, a friend shoved Currents by Tame Impala into my hands and told me listening to it would change my life. I ended up listening to it in my car about eight hundred times on repeat. Did it change my life? Not particularly, but it was one of the most fantastic albums I had heard in a while.
By Elizabeth Nestle
Get ready to rock at the Lincoln Township Public Library!
John Saunders was one of the most successful sportscasters in America. Yet depression tormented him throughout his life. Those who saw him on TV covering college football or hosting ESPN’s The Sports Reporters had no idea what he was going through when the cameras were off.