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  • BREAKING: Emily McCleery crowned as queen of 84th annual Beaux Arts Ball

    BREAKING: Emily McCleery crowned as queen of 84th annual Beaux Arts Ball

    Sunday, December 21 2014 10:01 PM EST2014-12-22 03:01:14 GMT
    Emily McCleeryEmily McCleery
    The Quincy Art Center celebrated Sunday night with its 84rd Beaux Arts Ball at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. The reigning queen, Anna McNay, daughter of Richard and Patricia McNay, crowned 2014 queen Emily Christine McCleery during the coronation ceremony at 8 p.m. Tom Van Ness served as master of ceremonies. Margaret Kathleen Flowerree and Katherine Meuth both received the Young Woman of Achievement Award.
    The Quincy Art Center celebrated Sunday night with its 84rd Beaux Arts Ball at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. The reigning queen, Anna McNay, daughter of Richard and Patricia McNay, crowned 2014 queen Emily Christine McCleery during the coronation ceremony at 8 p.m. Tom Van Ness served as master of ceremonies. Margaret Kathleen Flowerree and Katherine Meuth both received the Young Woman of Achievement Award.
  • Nauvoo woman helps deck the White House for the holidays

    Nauvoo woman helps deck the White House for the holidays

    Sunday, December 21 2014 12:16 AM EST2014-12-21 05:16:23 GMT
    Bob Hopp will have to work hard to top this year's Christmas surprise for his mom. He submitted an application for Martha "Marty" Hopp to help decorate the White House for the holidays, crossing off an item on her "bucket list" and providing an opportunity to meet first lady Michelle Obama along with "first dogs" Bo and Sunny.
    Bob Hopp will have to work hard to top this year's Christmas surprise for his mom. He submitted an application for Martha "Marty" Hopp to help decorate the White House for the holidays, crossing off an item on her "bucket list" and providing an opportunity to meet first lady Michelle Obama along with "first dogs" Bo and Sunny.

  • Your Turn with Beth House Lane

    Your Turn with Beth House Lane

    Sunday, December 21 2014 1:37 AM EST2014-12-21 06:37:07 GMT
    Beth House Lane is executive director of the Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County. She is a Quincy-area native who lived in Arizona for 30 years and returned two years ago.
    Beth House Lane is executive director of the Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County. She is a Quincy-area native who lived in Arizona for 30 years and returned two years ago.
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