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Just try to get on a plane with a name misspelled on the boarding pass...... just for kicks, you might try it. Won't get you anywhere. That is why those two words were capitalized.
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Yeah. Too easy. BG
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High Street.............
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Well, that was just an example of the fact that it's all outdated. The building has outlived it's lifespan, was really the point I was making. Any "improvements" are just stuck on with duct tape and staple guns (or so it seems).
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It's going to be interesting when the pot "cultivation centers" get up and running. We'll be arresting people for doing something themselves that when licensed by the state is legal. Kinda like arresting bars for little back-room poker tournaments while state-sanctioned casinos rake in millions. I can't distill my own vodka for my own use in Illinois without paying the state an $1800…

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Major Dan Jennings has announced the names of the officers who will replace him and his wife, Major Dorene Jennings, as the leaders of The Salvation Army in the Quincy and Hannibal region.

Major Andrew S. Miller, Jr. and his wife, Major Cheryl A. Miller, have been appointed to serve the Quincy/Hannibal region beginning February 6, 2013. The Majors come from the Kansas and Western Missouri Division, where they have served since 2009 as Secretary for Program and Associate Secretary of Women’s Ministries. They will serve Quincy as Senior Kroc Officer and Officer for Congregational Life, respectively.

The Jennings' have received a change of appointment beginning on February 6, 2013. They will be serving as divisional leaders for the Wisconsin and the Upper Michigan Division, which includes 25 Salvation Army Corps community centers including the Kroc Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

“While we are excited about the opportunity that lies ahead, we will greatly miss Quincy. It has been our privilege to be part of the launch of the Quincy Kroc Center, an honor to serve in the Quincy/Hannibal area, and to get to know so many wonderful, caring people. There is still a tremendous amount of work to do before we depart. I am committed to the successful completion of the Christmas campaign and the Emergency Shelter/Family Services facility, which will open in early 2013,” Jennings said.

 


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