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CoolEdge - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Much of the cheating is done with the absentee ballots I hear, but we could still require a fingerprint by mail, or do absentees at the post office. We have the technology to track this, but no willpower from the Democrat cheaters. ACORN is alive and well, they just changed their name and dispersed a little.
GrayHairedMan - Two die in overnight house fire - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
My family and I pray for this family and their extended family. To Steve and Jean as well as Laurie and Steve, our hearts bleed for you.
AYHSMB - Voter rights, crime victim rights amendments set for fall ballot so far - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJo
Now you're making stuff up. Nursing homes, retirement homes, such as the Lincoln -Douglas and Lampe High-rise, and the like are prime targets for "get out the vote" groups. They regularly (during the election cycle) visit, and make sure all eligible voters get registered (if they wish) and are transported to the polls if able to make a cognitive decision. Also, many groups have slush funds…
UrKidsWillPay - City department heads justify budgets to aldermen - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
There ya go!
Righty1 - City department heads justify budgets to aldermen - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
How about "City department heads review their proposed budgets with aldermen who never have to justify their own budgets."

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Roller Derby, Scottie's donate to local charities

Roller Derby, Scottie's donate to local charities

1 year, 5 months ago by Bob Gough

Young Life and Advocacy Network for Children receive donations

The Dark River Derby Coalition, Quincy's first flat track women's roller derby team, partnered with Scotties Fun Spot to make donations to local charities.  Through ticket sales from their bouts, Scotties and the Dark River Derby Coalition donated $547 to Young Life and $556 for the Advocacy Network for Children.  Over the 2012 season, Scotties and the Dark River Derby Coalition have donated approximately $3500 to local non-profit organizations. 

The Dark River Derby Coalition, Quincy’s first women’s flat track roller derby team, is hosting a recruitment event for both refs and skaters for its 2013 season.  Tryout dates are December 4 from 7-9pm, December 6 from 7-9pm, and December 9 from 10am-noon at Scotties Fun Spot, 8000 Broadway Quincy.  You may attend one or all dates.  Bring $7 for skate and rink rental.  Must be 21+ by 5/1/13 and female to skate, 19+ to referee.  No experience necessary.  The Dark River Derby Coalition is a non-profit organization.   More information can be found at www.darkriverderby.com.


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