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Eight children from the Lincoln Community Center were selected to participate in a creative project with local musician Paul Shuler and artists Harry and Suzy Ally.
The children were introduced to the work of the artist Wassily Kandinsky who believed that color, shape, and brush strokes could visually express music's loudness, softness, and rhythm. Then over several drumming and painting sessions, the children explored and experimented with various international musical instruments within a drum circle while others painted with various colors and brushes in response to the sounds.

A year later they are renovating a special space where children can hear from their inner creativity, a space where children feel safe and set apart for a time to explore, discover, and experiment with art and music.

Making a Difference 
Stafford mentoring the next generation

By Jim Davis
TDN Staff Writer

TROY - There's a lot going on in the upstairs classroom at the Lincoln 
Community Center in Troy, particularly after school Monday through Thursday.  
A quick scan of the room reveals students between the ages of 3 and 7 working 
on various assignments, ranging from reading, writing and math homework 
to coloring projects.

Which is precisely what After-School Program Educational Coordinator 
Liz Stafford intends for youth taking part in the free, after-school tutoring 
program at the center.  "We're trying to get them to think, and I don't think 
children get enough of that anymore," she said, pausing to take a question 
from a young girl who asks her to check her writing assignment.

After complimenting the child for a job well done, Stafford was quick to praise 
the entire group of children.  "All my kids are very, very special," she said.
See the full article here!

Lincoln Community Center Educational Coordinator Liz Stafford looks over the work of children from the after-school program on Thursday, including Ahnalise Ellis and Ryder Kirtley Thursday.

2011-2012 Year in Review
2013-2014 Year in Review
2015-2016 Year in Review
2017 Year in Review 
Black History Month 2018
Easter 2018
Garden 2018
Kona Ice Day
Honda Day 2018
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Father Son Fishing Trip
Bowling at Troy Bowl
Troy Eagles Check Presentation
Paul Papanek and his crew have been teaching people around the country for over 13 years. Besides the LCC, they frequent the veterans association here in Troy and also travel to Kentucky to teach other people. They come at no cost and tell us that they do it not for the money, but because they truly enjoy teaching. They believe it is a great hobby and can make a perfect gift for friends and family. 
Special thanks to Tony Bianco, Bart Denlinger, and Denlinger & Sons Construction.
Camp Hoop 2018
2018 Football Camp
2018 Soccer Camp
Summer Sizzling Carnival
Cooking Matters w/ OSU Extension and Richards Chapel
Indianapolis Children's Museum 
Special thanks to Troy teen leadership and Troy Foundation.
Freedom Center 
Special thanks to Troy teen leadership and Troy Foundation.
Back To School Bash
A happy holiday at Lincoln Center
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Raising beds, lifting spirits
Lincoln Center gives thanks
Lincoln Center in the News!
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Angel Tree Youth Party
Special Thanks to Denlinger & Sons, Premier Health - UVMC Staff, Tracey Reichelderfer/Home Experts Realty, Principal Amy Long and student volunteers from Troy Christian Elementary. Also to all those who participated in our Adopt an Angel Tree and or volunteered their time!
A Day With The Trojan Baseball Team
Earth Day Bee Preservation Visit
Easter 2019
Touch a Truck Event With O.D.O.T
Gardening Class With OSU Extension