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Loverofblues - REBEL MEDIA: So I have a sign in my yard - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
35 years for teaching.
cih8920 - Despite record yields for farmers, Titan\'s Taylor sees down year for tires in 2015 - Quincy, IL New
Titan tractor tires have a very poor track record in the last few years and it is evidently starting to show up in Titans pocketbook.
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...and in Adams County I was required to show a photo ID to vote early even though the statute was amended effective July 1st to eliminate that requirement for 2014 only. http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/fulltext.asp... middle of para (b).
CoolEdge - Despite record yields for farmers, Titan\'s Taylor sees down year for tires in 2015 - Quincy, IL New
370-400 bushels per acre? National average is supposed to be a record at 172, but are they making 370 even in the irrigated bottom ground? We had lotsa rain and a lot of double ears filled out ... but the average is only 10 bushels higher. Of course most of those extra bushels are probably sold at $3, and they are looking at under $3 next year. Most farmers already made a lot of purchases with…
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Ellington is concrete, doesn't seem "temporary". If the roof is an issue, put some pretty metal gabled roofs over the thing. HVAC is the issue? ... how can it be more for new units than a new building with new HVAC? They could even add a new building behind the old(er) building. The best sales point to me is in attracting industry to the area, which wants to attract individuals, who want good…

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RSVP Volunteers Recognized at Banquet

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Twelve former RSVP volunteers were inducted into the RSVP Hall of Fame

Adams County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) recently held its 38th annual recognition banquet on Tuesday, October 25, at the Quincy Senior  and Family Resource Center.

Twelve former RSVP volunteers were inducted into the RSVP Hall of Fame.  Inductees were as follows:  William Abbott (deceased), Elizabeth Albertson (deceased); Warren Bard (deceased); Virginia Blentlinger (deceased); Lucy Drake (deceased), Vivian Duffy, Quincy; Rosalie Jacobs, Quincy; Max Johnson (deceased); Virgil Niewohner (deceased); Ruth Sheer (deceased); and Robert and Virginia Stark, Quincy.

Adams County Senior Citizens Council was given the Supporting Our Success award.

Special recognition was given to members who have been active in the program for a significant number of years.  Those recognized were as follows:

·         30 years of service: Loretta Garrison, Quincy.

·         25 years of service: Dorothy Snyder, Quincy

·         20 years of service: Mary Lou Hensley, Ken Mehl, Bea Schwartz, Lois Steele, Marilyn Stieghorst, Janet Stockton all Quincy

·         15 years of service: Janice Pritchard, Clayton; Harriett Hull, Mendon; Jim Cahill, Dora Cheney, Bernice Colgrove, Alfred Ebbing, Evelyn Gengenbacher, Lois Lepper, Hazel Mills, Ralph Mortimore, Joann Thrasher, Mary Witte all of Quincy; and William Franklin McMullen, Taylor, Mo.

·         10 years of service: Pauline Allen, Payson; Alvera Bosse, Rosie Foster, Pat Groce, Francis Guither, Melvin Hopper, Cathern Hoyt, Marilyn Kuppler, Wanda O'Hara, Betty Peters, Barbara Reinhart, Ronald Reinhart, Marjorie Robertson, Loretta Rottman, Carlene Rouse, Bev Schuette, Robert Spring, Virginia Wolverton all of Quincy.

·         Five years of service: Gene O'Leary, Camp Point;  John Cooley, Coatsburg; Loretta Fuller, Payson;  Don Altheide, Alvera Bardon, Barbara Bockhaus, Susan Bruce, Jerry Day, Pat Emerick, Ethel Finlay, Ben Giannell, Lucille Grawe, Rita Hildebrand, Martha Koetters, Phyllis LaRoche, Rosalyn Mast, Dorothy Masten, Inez Neuser, Mary Prior, Dolores Thomas, Judy Tribbett, Martha Tuley, Jana Wagner, Jean Walton, Joe Winkelmann, Patti Woodruff, Richard Woolfolk, all of Quincy; and Glenna Brandstatt, Palmyra, Mo.;


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