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  • YOUR TURN: Shay Drummond

    YOUR TURN: Shay Drummond

    Sunday, January 18 2015 12:54 AM EST2015-01-18 05:54:27 GMT
    Shay Drummond, 52, is director of clinical and environmental services for the Adams County Health Department and a registered nurse. Drummond grew up in Quincy. She has three children -- David, Alexander and Jane -- and two calico cats.
    Shay Drummond, 52, is director of clinical and environmental services for the Adams County Health Department and a registered nurse. Drummond grew up in Quincy. She has three children -- David, Alexander and Jane -- and two calico cats.
  • YOUR TURN: Nikki Buehler

    YOUR TURN: Nikki Buehler

    Sunday, January 11 2015 1:17 AM EST2015-01-11 06:17:41 GMT
    Nikki Buehler, 35, grew up in Quincy but now lives in Camp Point with her husband Ryan and their three sons -- Remington, 12, Jackson, 6 and Paxton, 4. She is the admissions/marketing specialist at Timber Point Healthcare Center, but she's also involved with the Central Elementary/Middle School PTO, Camp Point Area Business Association and is a founding member of both the Quincy Senior Resource Network and Camp Point's Little Panther Athletics.
    Nikki Buehler, 35, grew up in Quincy but now lives in Camp Point with her husband Ryan and their three sons -- Remington, 12, Jackson, 6 and Paxton, 4. She is the admissions/marketing specialist at Timber Point Healthcare Center, but she's also involved with the Central Elementary/Middle School PTO, Camp Point Area Business Association and is a founding member of both the Quincy Senior Resource Network and Camp Point's Little Panther Athletics.
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