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Monroe City Singers sing in the holiday season

The Monroe City Singers will present their annual Christmas concert, "Comin' Up Christmas Time!", at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov 30, and at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at United Methodist Church, 218 Catherine, in Monroe City.

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North Adams Home opens Christmas campaign

The North Adams Home's holiday gift program is accepting monetary donations.

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Pork Producers Association recruits for 2018 State Ambassador Internship

The Illinois Pork Producers Association is recruiting students for the 2018 State Ambassador Internship.

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Memorial Hospital announces new service to the public

Memorial Hospital in Carthage recently announced a new service available to the public.

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Kroc Center seeking applicants for Jo Kirlin Benevolent Scholarship

The Quincy Salvation Army Kroc Center is offering a one-year membership at no cost as part of its annual Jo Kirlin Benevolent Scholarship program.

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Salvation Army accepting applications for Christmas assistance

The Salvation Army continues to accept applications in Quincy for Christmas Food Baskets and Toy Town.

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Admiral Coontz Recreation Center announces Thanksgiving and winter hours

The Admiral Coontz Recreation Center will be closed Nov. 23 and 24 for the Thanksgiving holiday.


Trinity United Church of Christ to hold service for Thanksgiving

Trinity United Church of Christ will be celebrating the season with a special service for Thanksgiving at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 19 The service will include a rich blend of musical expressions and worship styles.

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York from Front to Second closed for sewer main repair

York Street between Front and Second closed Friday afternoon for emergency repair of a failed sewer main.

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River Roads HOGs to hold Toy Run Saturday

The River Roads Chapter of the Harley Owners Group (HOG) is organizing a Christmas Toy Run to benefit the Salvation Army's 2017 Christmas Toy Town programs in Quincy and Hannibal, Mo.