OK, let the debate begin, but for my money daughters are the greatest. I say that because my daughter has a birthday today. I'd say it the other 364 days of the year as well. I didn't want to wake her this morning, so I text her telling her that her birth was the greatest thing that ever happen to me and I meant every word of it.
Recently, the Adams County Ambulance received word from Blessing Hospital that they will need to vacate their main location at Blessing 14th Street facility. This comes as no surprise since Blessing has little by little phased out its operations from that facility over the past several months.
The Adams County Health Department, working in collaboration with the United Way of Adams County and the 5-2-1-0 Get Up and Move Initiative, will be holding Friday Night Family Play Nights to challenge Adams County children and their families to be active and promote healthy eating habits.
Twenty-seven years ago I took my 6-year-old daughter to the Peoria Zoo and as chance would have it one of the Peoria hospitals was holding a stuffed animal day at the Zoo. Little did I know 27 years later, the idea that I brought back to Quincy would still be flourishing.
The 27th Annual Teddy Bear Clinic will be held this Sunday afternoon from noon to 3 p.m. at Blessing Hospital's main entrance. As the founder of this event 27 years ago, the staff at Blessing Riemann College of Nursing was kind enough to name one of two new gigantic Teddy Bears after me last year. He is known as the "Dorsey Bear" and the other is known as "Flo" after Florence Nightingale. If you missed them last year, both bears will be there this Sunday.
Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing’s 27th Annual Teddy Bear Clinic will be held on Sunday, October 4, from noon to 3 p.m. Children, their favorite Teddy bear,doll or stuffed animal, parents and grandparents are all invited to attend.
Yet another shooting has occurred in Quincy with one man being taken to Blessing Hospital with an apparent gunshot wound. The Quincy Police Department has confirmed, according to a Herald-Whig report, that it is investigating a shooting near Eighth and York this morning.
He is a convicted killer and possibly has killed up to 60 or more people both domestically and internationally, has had a book written about him (Quincy native James Stewart’s “Blind Eye”) and is currently serving a life sentence in Colorado. He is Quincy native Dr. Michael Swango who was sentenced 30 years ago.
Whether you agree with the new budget cuts or not, the City of Quincy is between a rock and a hard place. The $2-Million revenue stream from the State of Illinois is all but gone and the city needs to find ways to offset that loss. That is not an easy task. So it is time to come up with some creative thinking.
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