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Violence against violence only leads to more violence. Perhaps putting Soros or others responsible behind bars with the criminal element of the black community would be more justified than outright slaughtering of possibly innocent protesters.
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One bid was from Quincy and one was from out of town. The bids were almost identical. Apparently the new manager didn't even "want" to take this to bid. So if we are paying some project manager from out of town who is hesitant or incapable of using RFP's effectively then the problems have already started without so much as a shovel getting a scratch on it.
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Holiday parties at Quincy Public Library

2 years, 5 months ago by Bob Gough

Christmas programs are free for kids

 

Quincy Public Library is hosting several holiday events for children next week.

Cookies and Cocoa with Santa, for children of all ages, will be held Thursday, December 20 from 6 – 8 pm. Make a holiday-themed craft and snack on cookies and cocoa. Kids can visit with Santa, so parents, have your camera ready to snap photos. This special evening is co-sponsored by the Historic Quincy Business District.

Come to the Holly Jolly Christmas Party for toddlers and pre-schoolers on Friday, December 21, with two sessions at 10:00am and 11:00am.  Listen to traditional stories with a clever twist and songs that will make you want to dance around the tree.  Santa will be making an appearance at the party so have your cameras ready. 

Programs at Quincy Public Library are free. Reservations are requested and can be made by calling 223-1309, or online at quincylibrary.org.

 


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