donations

Rods & Relics rev up for local charities

Their passion is old Chevys and Fords, muscle cars and hot rods lacquered Candy Apple Red and Tuxedo Black. When together, they talk Tuck and Roll upholstery and 457 hemis—bi ...

Mud Run for life coming up June 22

The Whalen, Waterlyn and Aguilar families of Lincoln will host a Mud Run 4 Life event presented by Gold’s Gym and sponsored by the Lincoln Rotary Foundation. The run is sched ...

Chaplain's thoughts on Oklahoma

  My heart is grieved to see the staggering devastation left in the wake of the tornadoes in Oklahoma.  The number of deaths is on the rise, even as we are seeing many l ...

Kitten Central donations help other nonprofits

  We would like to thank the residents of Lincoln for helping with our bake, yard and candle sales this year.  We are Kitten Central of Placer County. Our mission: to l ...

Donations needed for Food Baskets

  It is that time of the year when families come together in a special way to celebrate the birth of Jesus and celebrate the blessings bestowed upon them. Unfortunately, man ...

Friends of the Lincoln Library needs your help

  Thanks to Carol Feineman for last week’s editorial (Oct. 18 News Messenger, page A4, “How our editorial department works”) praising Friends of the Lincoln ...

Kiwanians donate to kids’ organizations

Once again, the enthusiastic and active Lincoln Kiwanis Club has dug deeply into the coffers to present money to help the children of Lincoln. The club members enjoy the camarade ...

Auburn Indian Community gives $47,500 to local groups

The United Auburn Indian Community (UAIC) announced Tuesday that it’s given more than $47,500 to community-based organizations in Placer County. The recipients of the funds i ...

Those who helped support the run for Glen Edwards

Lincoln?s Tony Overbay ran 122 miles in 24 hours to raise money for Glen Edwards Middle School to help compensate for a shrinking budget. News Messenger Sports would like to recogn ...

Sober Grad committee needs help to provide memorable night

Practice your poker face for Friday night’s second annual Sober Grad Poker Tournament and you’ll be chipping in to a memorable night for some high school seniors. The fundrai ...