Booster banner replaced via donation

By: Photo Brie Coleman/The News Messenger
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From left, Lincoln High School Booster Club members Olin ?Oly? Pace, Vice President Deb Snook and President Marilyn Courage are excited to show off their new banner after the previous banner was stolen off a fence after this year?s graduation ceremony. Charlie Moreno of Black Dog Graphics surprised the Booster Club with a gift of this new banner to replace the stolen one. The original banner was given to the Booster Club during the 2009-2010 football championship games and represents a time, as Courage said, ?The whole town was excited. They had ?Go Zebra?s? signs everywhere. It was a really neat and exciting time for Lincoln High School.? The banner ?represents town pride,? according to Courage, and it will welcome this year?s incoming freshmen.