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Wall Street was solidly in the Romney/Ryan camp last time, pjohnf. (And assuming he's the nominee, they'll certainly be in Ryan's camp in 2016.) Why is it that you seem to think that they're Obama supporters?
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When did presidential libraries start taking this kind of funding? (I always thought they were privately funded... or at least I remember hearing that the Clinton and Bush #43 libraries were being done that way.)
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QMG donates sports physical proceeds to area schools

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Quincy Medical Group Therapy Services and Sports Medicine held multiple Sports Physical Nights this year to accommodate the numerous athletes in the area. What did they ask for it? Just ten dollars, which was given back to the athlete’s designated school/sponsoring organization.

“It was an extremely successful year,” said Aaron Clark, Senior Director of Ancillary Services at Quincy Medical Group, “We saw a lot of young, prospering athletes and were able to donate to each school’s athletic department. Our intention and hope is that the donation will help enhance student-athletes’ experiences this year and into the future.”

Through programs such as Sports Physicals Nights, Sports Medicine Outreach, and free Sports Injury Clinics, the QMG Maximum Athletics Team is focused on providing a safe environment for athletes and promoting physical activity and athletics to school-aged patients.

QMG donated $3,552 among the 20 schools that had participation from student-athletes.

Beardstown High School                           $10.00
Brown County High School                        $72.00
Canton High School                                    $10.00
Camp Point Central High School              $640.00
CYO                                                                 $90.00
Griggsville-Perry High School                     $10.00
Hannibal High School                                  $20.00
Liberty High School                                       $550.00
Meredosia-Chambersburg High School   $10.00
Payson Seymour High School                    $100.00
Pittsfield High School                                    $10.00
Pleasant Hill High School                            $10.00
Quincy Christian School                               $30.00 
QHS                                                                  $770.00
QJHS                                                                $510.00 
QND                                                                  $150.00 
Rushville Industry High School                    $60.00 
Southeastern High School                            $30.00 
Unity High School                                           $380.00 
Western High School                                     $90.00


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