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7 months ago by Bob Gough

And it wraps up on Saturday with the Dream Big in Color Run

TUESDAY, APRIL 22ND 
QUINCY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL – The environmental club will be planting flowers at 14th
 and Maine in honor of Earth Day. 2:45pm 
 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23RD 
ELLINGTON ELEMENTARY – 2ND graders will travel to the Quincy Art Center to participate in the 
SmartKids Art program. The students will tour the art center and do an art project. 9am-11am. 
 
THURSDAY, APRIL 24TH
ELLINGTON ELEMENTARY – NuFit will teach 2nd
 graders about fitness through Zumba! 1pm 
MONROE ELEMENTARY – Book Fair – 9am to 3pm. 
 
FRIDAY, APRIL 25TH
MONROE ELEMENTARY - Book Fair – 9am to 3pm 
QUINCY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL – Symphonic Band and Orchestra travel to St Louis for a national 
competition. 
QUINCY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL – 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Assembly – 2:10 to 2:40pm 
QUINCY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL – Annual 7th  grade table tennis tournament – Paul Shelor, music teacher, 
organizes this annual, fun event for each grade! 2:45 to 4pm. 
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 26TH 
ADAMS ELEMENTARY – Ice Cream Social – 11am to 2pm. Families and friends are invited for ice cream 
and cake. Tickets are $2.00. There is also lunch available. The ice cream social coincides with our book 
fair where books are buy one, get one free! 
DREAM BIG IN COLOR RUN – Quincy Senior High School – 8am 
 

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RT @DrewMTips: NYC protesters chant "FUCK CNN", they cut away and Anderson Cooper says, "people are now playing to the camera". Now?
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RT @Ben Howe: I just had someone compare last night’s riots to the Boston Tea Party. The Boston. Tea. Party.