A Message from the President
How many times do I say to myself, “easy does it” or “slow and steady wins the race”? I say that about the chaos I call my life and I also find it applies to Lincoln and the Alumni Association.
I look at Lincoln through the years and I see the changes it has gone through, good and bad, old and new. There's a new school principal, new ideas, different methods -- but always aiming in the same direction: student success. There are programs being revised and others being brought back. The athletic programs are reaching new levels of success. Their skills are not just on the field or court; they are also evident in the classroom. These changes are attributed to teachers and staff who enjoy what they do. They find the challenges in their day and work to make them accomplishments. More and more of the students are stepping up to the challenge to learn and to exceed the expectations with which they have been type-casted.
I encourage you to see the changes and know that things are better, and with each new year they will to continue to improve. For as many changes as the school goes through, so does the alumni association. Every year we grow with a new graduating class, and with that growth comes more work for an already too-small alumni board.
Finding our challenges is not difficult, and turning them into accomplishments is rewarding. Moreover, sharing them with the current students is fulfilling. We welcome and encourage you to join us to be a part of the changes.
“The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time.” Abraham Lincoln
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Welcome to the Alumni Association!
We are a diverse group of alumni with a singular interest:
doing all we can to support Lincoln High.
Class of 1977
Meeting on November 24th at Paddywack’s (at Welsh Rd) from 8 pm to midnight.
$60 per person in advance or $65 at the door. That includes buffet and open bar with bottled beer.
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