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The Lincoln Hills Foundation is offering an opportunity to get your
favorite family recipes published!

We all have memories of making something special for children and grandchildren and even food that our own mothers and grandmothers made for us.  The Lincoln Hills Foundation is creating a community cookbook that will feature recipes that our residents have been making to the delight of their families over the years, and now you have a chance to share these recipes with friends and neighbors as well.

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The Salt Mine receives a $10,000 donation from the Lincoln Hills Foundation to help meet the needs of this community.  The donation is the second additional $10,000 donation, beyond the standard grant, within the last year from the Foundation due to the ongoing need for food and supplies.

Pictured, center Eric  Long, Salt Mine, Foundation Board member BrucePohle (L) and  Frima Stewart (R), Foundation Vice President and Grants Chair

Wisdom from a Food Bank Volunteer

    • Everyone donates Kraft Macaroni & Cheese in the box. But it needs milk & butter which is hard to get from food banks
    • Boxed milk is a treasure. Kids need it for cereal, which they get a lot of
    • Everyone donates pasta sauce & spaghetti noodles      ReadMore…

Bingo Dates

Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Lincoln Hills Foundation has put Bingo in the Ballroom on hold until it is determined that large group gatherings are considered safe again.

Southern Comfort Heating & Air

Southern Comfort Heating and AirThanks to our Corporate Sponsor

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The Mission of the Lincoln Hills Foundation is to promote and fund solutions and programs that will enhance the quality of life for senior residents of the Lincoln Community.

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Lincoln Hills Foundation News


New Slate of Officers for the Foundation

The holidays seem to be a distant memory as we move into February.  For the Lincoln Hills Foundation it means that the new slate of officers was sworn in at the January meeting and they are already working on 2021 programs and community engagement. Officers for this year are Frima Stewart as Vice President, Joan […]

National Night Out

The LHF teamed up with Neighborhood Watch for the National Night Out event on October 6 to collect holiday food donations for the Salt Mine. Pictured here is Barbara Branch from NW in front of her fully loaded garage waiting for Foundation volunteers to transport the 300+ boxes and bags. This was a very successful […]

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