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A second "Victim" has surfaced. Is he/she angry the first guy got paid off and he/she did not? How many others are out there? Jerry Sandusky had many victims come out after the story became public. Bill Cosby knows how many silent victims get courage after the story becomes public. Voyeurism is second only to sports.
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Quincy Park District offers fall Adult Soccer League

Quincy Park District offers fall Adult Soccer League

9 months, 1 week ago by Scott Hardy

The Quincy Park District is offering an Adult Soccer League this fall.

The league will be 11-on-11 for ages 18 and up or for high school graduates. Teams will play a six-game season at Boots Bush Soccer Complex, 38th and Maine. Games will begin Sunday, September 7, and will continue on Sunday afternoons for six weeks.

Team registration forms are due with the $250 team fee at the Park District office, 1231 Bonansinga, by Friday, August 22.

Completed rosters must be turned in by August 29.  Game schedules and rule packets will be ready to pick up on August 29 at the Park District office.

For more information on the Adult Soccer League, contact Mark Callaway at 217-223-7703 or visit www.quincyparkdistrict.com

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