• Update from the Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway Coordinator

    Posted on July 15, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    By Jan Gammon, LHHB Coordinator, Prairie Rivers of Iowa Seen in the 2018 Fall Newsletter After the very long winter and very short spring, the Byway is gearing up for summer activities. We do not know of any communities that are celebrating their 125th or 150th this year, but have been told the City of Carroll […]

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  • Promoting Lifelong Learning, Empowering Individuals, Enriching Lives, & Achieving Excellent

    Posted on July 15, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    By The Wallace Winkie Foundation Seen in the Fall 2018 Issue  The Wallace Winkie Foundation is accepting nominations for the Lifelong Learner Hall of Fame through August 24. Inductees into the hall of fame will be honored for their contributions—through example, discovery, or leadership—to the promotion of lifelong learning (the process of gaining, either formally […]

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  • KCRG–TV “Our Town” Comes to Tama

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    By Jan Gammon LHHB Coordinator, Prairie Rivers of Iowa As Seen in the Fall 2018 Issue Beth Malicki and a cameraman from KCRG-TV came to Tama County on June 4th-6th to interview people at highlighted locations around the county. Among those interviewed were Anne Michaels, past president and member of the Tama Historic Preservation Commission; […]

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  • Clinton County Quarterly Update

    Posted on July 15, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    As seen in the 2018 Summer Issue By Cathie Nichols, ILHA President I have an update on the three bridges at Syracuse, between Calamus and Wheatland. I have finally tracked down the owner of the property we are interested in, beside the Wapsipinicon River and between the 1913 and the 1928 sections of highway. He […]

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  • The Legacy of Henry Ostermann

    Posted on July 15, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    As Seen in the Summer 2018 Issue By Jan Gammon, LHHB Coordinator Prairie Rivers of Iowa Henry Ostermann was a multi-dimension man who helped develop the Lincoln Highway. He was a pioneer in transcontinental travel and provided much insight about traveling to Joy and Fisher. The Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway is planning for an installation […]

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  • New ILHA President

    Posted on July 15, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    President’s Corner, By Cathie Nichols As Seen in Summer 2018 Issue Hello! I’d like to introduce myself to those who don’t know me. My name is Cathie Nichols. I’ve been married to my husband, Norm, for 46 years. We were both in the healthcare field (RN & Pharmacist) and are now retired. We have two daughters, […]

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  • Minutes from April 14 Meeting in Lowden

    Posted on May 24, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Iowa Lincoln Highway Association April 14, 2018 Called to Order: Dean Parr, President Pro-Tem, called the meeting to order at 9:30 AM.   Secretary Report:  Jan had emailed the minutes out to the Consuls and Directors prior to the meeting and brought hard copies for anyone […]

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    “Crazy” Carl Fisher

    Posted on April 18, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    By Cory Schouten, Money Watch Republished in our Spring 2018 Newsletter  As you watch the Indy 500 this coming May, think about Carl Fisher, the man who started this race prior to his idea for the Lincoln Highway. The following is from an article written by Cory Schouten for Money Watch on May 27, 2016. […]

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  • Greene County Smithsonian Salute to Sports

    Posted on April 18, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    By Greene County News The Smithsonian Institute’s “Hometown Teams” traveling exhibit will be at the Greene County Historical Museum and Jefferson Matters: Main Street and the Historical Society are getting their playbooks ready. The “Hometown Teams” exhibit is sponsored by Main Street Iowa. Six communities were selected to host the exhibit in 2018 through a […]

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    Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway Update

    Posted on April 18, 2018 by in Uncategorized

    As seen in the 2018 issue of the Iowa Lincoln Highway Association newsletter.  By Jan Gammon, LHHB Coordinator Prairie Rivers of Iowa I am excited for spring to get here! We recently completed an interpretive panel for Westside’s new Eugene Kock Memorial Park and can’t wait for it to be  installed. It actually was delivered […]

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