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But not in my backyard.
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Operating the food pantry is definitely not the right thing to be doing in this residential neighborhood. Expanding it is even more ridiculous. Residents of the neighborhood deserve whatever privacy they can garner. This is just wrongheaded on the part of Madonna House. No matter how much good they are doing, they need to focus on their original mission of helping young mothers, and the homeless. Food…
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It takes a lot of guts for the guy in charge of one of the most corrupt, dysfunctional and violent cities in the world to try and tell the anyone how things should be done. What a joke. Well the people want transparency in government, there you have it. You can't get more transparent than this.

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Quincy University Cash Bash and Chili Cookoff

1 year, 8 months ago by Bob Gough

The Chili Cookoff will begin Sunday at 11 a.m. in the QU Health and Fitness Center main concourse

QUINCY, Ill. – Quincy University’s Mart Heinen Booster Club will host its Cash Bash and Chili Cookoff on Sunday, Jan. 20.

The Chili Cookoff will begin at 11 a.m. in the QU Health and Fitness Center main concourse.

Tickets for the Chili Cook-off, which features a contest for the best chili and other awards, are $7 per family or $3 per person.

Tickets for the Cash Bash raffle are $50. There will be 21 opportunities for ticketholders to win a portion of the $8,500 total payout. The grand prize winner will win $5,000. The drawing for the Cash Bash will begin at 1 p.m. in the Hall of Fame Room. Cash Bash ticketholders will also have access to the Chili Cookoff and complimentary soft drinks and beer.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the QU main athletics office at 217.228.5290.

 


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