Grand Island business owner fundraising alongside Historical Society

Marker Mondays will help bring in funds to go toward the historical markers
Published: Feb. 10, 2021 at 9:19 AM CST
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GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) - The Hall County Historical Society is partnering with two Grand Island businesses to help raise funds for a Hall County history project.

The goal is to put in a dozen historical markers in Hall County between fall of 2022 and summer of 2023.

Brent Lindner, the owner of Sin City Grill and Wave Pizza, is running “Marker Mondays” alongside the Historical Society to bring in funds for each marker.

Lindner will donate anywhere from 10 percent to 20 percent of Monday’s sales to the Historical Society. The first two Marker Mondays brought in $670 to go toward the most recent marker commemorating Tommy Goodchild.

“I love it. It was really neat with this first one having the Firefighter’s Union and all those guys who are getting our back and getting together with us, the Hall County Historical Society, it was a really great community effort,” Lindner said.

Where the markers will be placed and what part of Hall County history they’ll honor have yet to be determined.

Marker Mondays will be at Wave Pizza on even-numbered months and Sin City during odd-numbered months.

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