Your Turn/Kelsey Deters
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Your Turn/Kelsey Deters

Kelsey Deters, 25, is assistant director of the District. Deters was born and raised in Quincy and has a lot of family in the area, including her parents, Beth and Rich Deters.

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Your Turn/Jenna Seaborn
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Your Turn/Jenna Seaborn

Jenna Seaborn, 36, has worked as the marketing director at Arts Quincy, America's first arts council, since 2017. She creates Arts Quincy's bimonthly, full color magazine six times a year.

Your Turn/Mellissa Douglas
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Your Turn/Mellissa Douglas

Mellissa Douglas, 44, is pricing manager at Phibro Animal Health. She grew up in Quincy, moved to St. Louis for college and stayed for 16 years before returning home to Quincy in 2009. She serves on the United Way of Adams County Board of Directors.

Your Turn/David Fox
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Your Turn/David Fox

David Fox, 57, is senior vice president and assistant trust officer of Marine Bank and Trust, where he has worked for over 34 years.

Your Turn/Mara Clingingsmith
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Your Turn/Mara Clingingsmith

Mara Clingingsmith, 57, is the regional director for Quincy Better Business Bureau. She has been married to her husband, Mark, for 17 years, and they have four children and six grandchildren.

Your Turn/Gayle Pope
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Your Turn/Gayle Pope

Gayle Pope, 66, was born and raised in Fargo, N.D., graduated from Minnesota State University-Moorhead in 1976 and worked in journalism and marketing communications in Fargo for 22 years. She started at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minn., in 1998, graduat

Your Turn/Anna Hechler
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Your Turn/Anna Hechler

Anna Hechler, 32, is an instructional tech coach, athletic director and volleyball coach at Western CUSD 12 in Barry and Kinderhook. She grew up in Barry but now lives in Quincy.

Your Turn/Tim Jacobs
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Your Turn/Tim Jacobs

Timothy Jacobs, 68, is a native of Adams County and, for the last 25 years, a family physician at Quincy Medical Group. He and his wife Jane have been married for 42 years. They have seven children and are soon to be grandparents for the fifth time.

Your Turn/Marilyn Smith
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Your Turn/Marilyn Smith

Marilyn Smith, 51, was born and raised in Quincy. She's been married to her husband Scott for 27 years, and they have two sons, Brendan, 23, and Aaron, 20. She is teacher mentor program coordinator for Quincy Public Schools.

Your Turn/Mary Fretwell
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Your Turn/Mary Fretwell

Mary Fretwell, 63, had a long career with the U.S. Postal Service and now is semi-retired, working part-time for the city of Canton. She has lived in the area all her life.