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For over forty years many agencies and groups were gifted with donations through the Lincoln County Combined Campaign. But as with many things in our county, the group has dwindled down to just four agencies doing all the paper work, gathering, and distributing the money.

The Forest Service has been the largest donor in the last few years and we do appreciate their gifts, but as the four receiving agencies were gifted such a small percentage we as a group have decided to disband the Lincoln County Combined Campaign.

Your gifts can be sent directly to those agencies or groups you choose to donate to without the Lincoln County Combined Campaign being the middleman. Any money still in the Lincoln County Combined Campaign fund will be dispensed equally among the remaining four agencies participating.

Thank you for all the support in previous years.

—Lincoln County Combined Campaign board

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