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  • Exchange Club Golden Deeds

    The Quincy Exchange Club, sponsor of the 62nd annual Golden Deeds Award, is accepting nominations through April 11, 2014. The annual award honors a Quincyan for valuable and selfless service to the community. Nominees can be well-known community leaders or those who have worked out of the spotlight to improve life for others.

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