The Quincy Park District will be opening the Wavering Aquatic Center and Indian Mounds Pool for the summer on Saturday, May 24. This summer the Park District will be holding BOGO (buy one & get one free) Admission Days on Tuesdays at Wavering Pool and Thursdays at Indian Mounds Pool.
The City of Quincy will begin a Wheeled Garbage Tote sign up on Monday May 5 through Friday June 6. Sign ups will be held in the Water Department on the 2nd floor at City Hall. You may call to sign up at (217) 228-4580 if you have a password on your water account. If not, you must sign up in person at City Hall.
The annual Gus Macker basketball tournament will take place in Quincy May 24 - 25. Registration is open for teams interested in competing in the tournament, which will be held on the streets around Washington Park.
On Wednesday, a Quincy man and his young child died in a fire at 515 South 17th Street. The call came in around 2:40 a.m. Quincy Police were on the scene first and pulled a person out of a window. That person told the police there were two others in the back of the house. The Quincy Fire Department arrived and pulled the other two out. They were taken by ambulance to Blessing Hospital. 25-year-old old Daniel S. Dissler and four-month-old Hunter Dissler did not survive the fire. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Sen. John Sullivan (D-Rushville) will be at the Oakley-Lindsay Civic Center from 8 to 9 a.m. on Monday, April 21, to discuss issues impacting businesses including minimum wage, a progressive income tax, and worker’s compensation reform.
The Quincy Public School Superintendent, Steven Cobb, has established a Steering Committee to develop a district wide improvement master plan. It is a comprehensive plan that is looking for public input and as a result they are conducting a 6 question survey for you to fill out.
Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore will hold a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, April 22 at 5:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army’s Kroc Center located at 405 Vermont Street in Quincy. All citizens of Quincy are invited and welcome to attend.
This Saturday, April 19, at 10 a.m. in Washington Park, the Historic Quincy Business District will partner with downtown churches to provide the community a free Easter Egg Hunt. This event is free to the public and will feature hunts for several ages.
The year was 1974. The city was Lowell, Michigan. The location was Scott McNeal's driveway. The participants were 17 of his friends. Combine all that and you had the start of Gus Macker, but how did it get to Quincy?
The Quincy Exchange Club is actively addressing a major concern about the Gus Macker 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament which is set for May 24 and 25. That concern is the officiating that has taken place over the years, which has led to some "rough" play on the courts. That major concern was addressed and the Exchange Club has done away with volunteer court officials called "Gus Busters." This year's tournament will have registered officials working on all youth and adult courts.
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