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Many helped with Iles and Rooney school dedications

To The Herald-Whig: It has been very gratifying to work on the dedication of Quincy's new K-5 Elementary Schools. As a board member, I greatly appreciate the work of the board, superintendent, administration, staff, students, parents and community.

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Thanks for 50th anniversary celebration

Thanks to all of our family and friends who made our 50th anniversary celebration such a wonderful and memorable experience!

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Republicans favor the most wealthy over everyone else

George Will, in a recent Washington Post column "America is sacrificing the future," concluded that the retiring baby boomers with their "entitlements" and the "surging" national debt both eat our future.

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Give back to sport of your passion by officiating

To The Herald-Whig: Thank you, David Adam, on the article "Critical Shortage" on Aug. 10. The truth is that all sports in the high school ranks have a shortage.

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School Board wins high marks for Iles School Dedication

My wife and I attended the dedication ceremony of the Col. George J. Iles Elementary School on North 12th on Aug. 4.

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90th card party was a great time

Thank you for a very much fun, special 90th card party celebration at O'Griff's Grill and Brewhouse.

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Thanks for cards for 85th birthday

Thank you neighbors and friends for the birthday cards that I received for my 85th birthday.

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Thanks for 50th anniversary celebration

Gary and I would like to thank our families and friends for joining in our 50th anniversary celebration.

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Iles Elementary School excellent addition for Quincy

To The Herald-Whig: Quincy can be duly proud to have created the Iles Elementary School and the others. We toured Iles after the dedication ceremony, and had that wonderful "wow" response that comes when you truly see excellence, and this school is truly

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Speak up about solid waste handling

To The Herald-Whig: As reported in the June 5, 2018, issue of The Quincy Herald-Whig, a call for proposals for privatizing garbage, recycling and yard waste collection has been issued by the City Council. Sealed bids were due back to City Hall by Thursday