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2001-2002 Golden Web Award

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Date:
10/23/2000
Time:
10:54:44 AM
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I THINK HOWARD AND HIS BROTHER DID A GREAT JOB OF SETTING UP THE WEBSITE......THANKS AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK...........

ARETHA


Date:
10/23/2000
Time:
10:14:15 PM
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Excellent work, Priddy Boy. I cannot repay the immeasureable joy I derive from visiting this site. I'm sorry that I don't have any photos of myself from back in the day. However, if the need arises for one, I have current pix. Thanx again. Peace.

Big Vic


Date:
10/23/2000
Time:
11:49:02 PM
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You have brought back beautiful memories of a wonderful time in my life. Thank you so much and God bless you Howard. I have some leads on some of our missing persons. Look in your e-mail. This is wonderful. Thanks again. Yolanda


Date:
10/24/2000
Time:
9:12:07 AM
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Howie, You have done a GREAT job.I know this took a lot of work.Thanks for your dedication...Pat


Date:
10/24/2000
Time:
10:09:41 PM
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This is great! Now I'm inspired to see if I can find more photos to send you. Thanks for doing this--it makes everyone feel close again. --Carole (Hahn)


Date:
10/25/2000
Time:
8:53:29 PM
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Howard, Thank you so much for all the hard work and the wonderful memories that you have brought back to us.I look forward to lots of good stuff here. Love, Cecelia


Date:
10/25/2000
Time:
10:05:30 PM
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Magnificent!!!

Mike Wade


Date:
10/27/2000
Time:
3:21:16 AM
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Hi Howard This is a great site that all of Lincoln can view with pride. Thanks for the memories with the great pictures. Maybe we could all cooperate on getting labels for the photos. I didn't know some of these still existed. Thanks again on a great job. Gary Partin


Date:
10/30/2000
Time:
7:57:50 PM
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I couldn't get the music to play on netscape. Otherwise I think the site is great. Thanks again doing this.

Cindy Klumb


Date:
10/31/2000
Time:
1:42:18 PM
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This is an outstanding site! Thank you to all who have contributed and who have put in the time and effort to build it. The Lincoln Experience was a one of kind opportunity for those of us blessed to participate. I pray that we will all continue to strive be all that we can be, living up to the potential that others saw in us. Remember, it's not so much the career or job you are now doing. It's more about the love, understanding and encouragement that you give to others. That's what was given to us. We must realize it's time to give it back in whatever capacity we can...


Date:
11/3/2000
Time:
8:48:17 PM
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Kudos to Dale Halleron, brother of Howard P. and co-creator of this site. Without his technical skills and the combined talents of the two brothers this site would not exist. Thanks Again!!!!!!!


Date:
11/5/2000
Time:
7:14:06 PM
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thank you for letting me see a piece of my Reggie's past. You did a beautiful job with the website- I wish you all the luck w/ it's continued success-Drea


Date:
3/19/2001
Time:
9:04:24 PM
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I have forgotten a lot of faces. I need for the name tags to be bigger. It's strange to look and see yourself at the ages that our children are now. Thanks for the memories! elaine sebree wright


Date:
9/29/2001
Time:
7:11:59 AM
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Hello?


Date:
10/1/2001
Time:
12:03:58 PM
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Date:
10/1/2001
Time:
12:04:31 PM
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Good morning...PK


Date:
3/3/2002
Time:
7:54:50 PM
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THE WEB SITE IS ALL OF THAT.

MRMELLOWFELLOW AKA GARY WHITESIDE


Date:
3/3/2002
Time:
9:07:46 PM
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EXCELLENT JOB HOWIE. I KNEW THERE WAS POTENTIAL IN YOU. YOU DIDN'T HAVE IT ON THE BASKETBALL COURT, BUT YOU HAD IT ELSE WHERE. HOW COME YOU DIDN'T HAVE MORE PICTURES OF ME?

MRMELLOWFELLOW AKA GARY E. WHITESIDE


Date:
3/17/2002
Time:
11:16:31 AM
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Gary and all other visitors,

If you have photos of the school, yourself or anyone else associated with The Lincoln School and you would like them posted, you may submit them via email to:

contact us

Please include as much information about the photo as you can, including names, dates etc.

If you do not have the photos in electronic format and are not sure how to get them transferred, you may contact me at the same email address and I will help you out.

Dale Halleron
Webmaster


Date:
6/24/2002
Time:
10:02:16 PM
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Thanks Howard!!!! This is a fantastic site!

Kathryn Gay


Date:
7/4/2002
Time:
5:06:41 PM
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My mother, who attended the school, told me about the site. After reading about the history of the school, I realize that my high school (a public school for gifted students) was not alone in its commitment to providing children an excellent education without regards to their economic status.


Date:
7/10/2002
Time:
3:06:20 PM
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Date:
7/10/2002
Time:
3:07:25 PM
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Which begs the question....Who is your Mom?..PK


Date:
7/17/2002
Time:
7:01:00 PM
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Thank you Howard...as always you are GREATLY appreciated...


Date:
7/27/2002
Time:
1:21:22 PM
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We don't get many visitors who leave a message. A signature would be appreciated, but is not required.

Please visit our Bulletin Board and don't hesitate to leave a message there.

The Webmaster


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There was an article on the Lincoln School printed in a 1970 edition of LOOK Magazine. Wouldn't it be worthwhile putting the article on one of the Lincoln School web pages?

Jonathan Gold (son of Marvin Gold)


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If someone would e-mail the article to contact us I will see if we can post it. Or if you want to snail mail a copy, just e-mail me and I'll give you a mailing address.

Dale Halleron