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WmMunny - New Illinois law bans employers from conducting background checks on interviewees - Quincy, IL News
Well, I stand corrected now that I realize how important and successful you've been throughout your career. ;>) If you'll come down to earth some you may find that we small locally owned companies with say ...... 15 or fewer employees ...... don't have the luxury of certain resources to make interviews and such a cheap venture. Our time is big money to many of us and wasting those…
migraine_in_qcy - New Illinois law bans employers from conducting background checks on interviewees - Quincy, IL News
No, these days we start with Google search and Facebook to find out everything we can about a prospect. Then we interview, and only once we've identified someone as a potential new-hire, we have them fill out an app and do a background check.
migraine_in_qcy - Schoenakase on WTAD\'s Mary Griffith Show - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Although in principle I am against the laws that he was violating, the fact remains that even after being told to stop, he did not. It wasn't really all that long ago that he was willfully breaking the law. That doesn't speak well to his honesty or character. Oh, and those supposed many people who want to vote but can't get to a polling place? Bull. If you want to vote, you'll…
LNeck2012 - Schoenakase on WTAD\'s Mary Griffith Show - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I can't find anything about a school. I have asked around over the past few days and was told Webster School. Some thought the caller meant the JCPenny building. Either way, doesn't sound like someone that needs to be in a place with important documents.
QuincyJournal - Schoenakase on WTAD\'s Mary Griffith Show - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
His crimes have been well documented in the local media. Look it up. BG

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Roller Derby, Scottie's donate to local charities

1 year, 8 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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