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Linton City Council Tentative Meeting Agenda for Monday, December 3, 2012 at 6:00pm.

1. Roll Call. excellent rewards simplycash advance harrisburg pa 2. Visitors. 3. City Attorney Business. 4. Community Center Rental Fees. 5. Curbside Garbage Pickup. 6. Request from Scott Wessner to use building located at 109 S Broadway Street (former Wards/Nodak Mutual Ins bldg) for storage. 7. Application for Local Permit: #12-09 Linton Senior Center – Bingo; #12-10 Linton Public School – Bingo. 8. Liquor License Transfers: Resolution #12-12.01 Temporary Liquor License Green Lantern to Emmons

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2ND ANNUAL VENDOR SHOW SAT. DEC. 1

at Linton KC Hall. 11:00am-3:00pm. There will be something for everyone on your Christmas list from these vendors: Embroidered Ornaments, MK, Scentsy, Grace Adele, SendOutCards, Pampered Chef, Crafts & Baked Goods, Rodan & Fields, Jamberry Nails, Signature Homestyles, Shellac Nails, 31 Gifts, Tupperware, Blessing Unlimited, Country Lane Embroidery, Tastefully Simple, Crochet items, Weaved items, Scarves, Scrapbooking (everything 15% off), Just Jewelry, Private Quarter. SEE YOU THERE!

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“AFTER THE FLOOD” TOUR OF HOMES SUN. DEC. 2.

2:00-4:00pm. $10.00 per ticket. Tickets can be purchased at: Peace Lutheran Church, EBS Beauty Salon, or the homes on the tour. Peace Lutheran Church welcomes you for coffee, hot chocolate and snacks following the tour. state legislatures says Tour includes: Former Bauman home now owned by Lyle & Gena Kenner, Sandy Lawler home, former Petrie home now owned by Joy Hopkins, Mylo & Kathy Kramer home, & Umber’s Bed & Breakfast. Proceeds will be donated

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CHRISTIAN MOTHER’S BAKE SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30.

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BONNIE LEE CONCERT – SUN. NOV. 18

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CRASH COURSE – NOVEMBER 13 IN STEELE

Crash Course is an exciting program where students in grades 7-12 and their families learn about life after high school. Everything from financial aid and FAFSA information to job opportunities in Shanghai, scholarships, entrepreneurship and college planning. Plus FREE dinner and a drawing for a laptop and digital cameral! We encourage ALL students in grades 7-12 and their parents to attend. There are 11 locations being held across the state in rural communities and the

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