Michael Kirby/News Messenger John Abela returns a hard shot with a strong backhand.
Michael Kirby/News Messenger City-Lincoln Hills residents got together for their weekly tennis meetings even as the temperature began to soar. (L-R) Joanie Hinman, Gene Moore, Cathy Ewertsen, and John Abela finish up a hot set of tennis
Michael Kirby/News Messenger Signs around town advertise summer activities scheduled in Lincoln. A Concert series and numerous Farmers Markets are just a few of the opportunities throughout the summer.
Michael Kirby/News Messenger Bud McRae didn?t let a little heat keep him and his grandsons Tavish and Kaid McRae off the Bocce Ball courts at the sports plaza in Sun City.
Michael Kirby/News Messenger (L-R) Kendall Woodhouse 6, Gianna Kettela 4, and Sophie Kettela 9, choose to stay indoors and hit the Twelve Bridges Library, where the air conditioning works just great. ?It?s nice here when it?s hot outside,? said Sophia Kettela. ?We got a couple of movies and books,? she said.
Michael Kirby/News Messenger Brick House Coffee shop employee Sarah Stidham holds a ninety-nine cent frosty cone, a big seller on hot days in Lincoln. ?We sell quite a few of these on a hot day,? Stidham said.