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Spay/Neuter Month

Shasta, a Doberman, watches Mayor Coleen J. Seng sign a proclamation declaring February as "Spay/Neuter Month" and "Prevent a Litter Month." Also pictured are, from left, Lloyd Johnson, Animal Control Officer Kris Johnson, Animal Control Manager Jim Weverka and Zach Meyer of the Capital Humane Society.
 

Tax Preparation Assistance Available

Rick G. Carter, Executive Director of the Human Services Federation, and Miriam Bede of the IRS discuss the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program at Mayor Seng’s news conference at the Eiseley Branch Library February 3.

National Wear Red Day for Women

Mayor Seng issued a proclamation declaring February 4, 2005 as "Wear Red Day" to promote the awareness and prevention of cardiovascular disease in women. With Mayor Seng are Mary Jo Gillespie and Brian Krannawitter of the American Heart Association. A "Go Red for Women" luncheon is planned for February 12, and more information is available at 489-5115.

Lincoln Awarded $2 Million in Homeless Grants

Five Lincoln agencies serving the homeless were awarded grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Pictured from left are Stay Quy, HUD; Merry Wills, CEDARS Youth Services; Todd Wiltgen, Office of Senator Chuck Hagel; Mary Barry Magsamen, St. Monica’s; Topher Hansen, CenterPointe; Mayor Seng; Brian Mathers, Lincoln Action Program; and Scott Madsen, Catholic Social Services.

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