A couple of six foot tall stuffed bears will make their first appearance at the Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing’s 26th Annual Teddy Bear Clinic on Sunday, October 5, from Noon to 4 p.m. The Clinic will be held in the Auditorium of Blessing Hospital at 11th Street in Quincy (Hospital main entrance).The new bears are named Flo and Dorsey Brown Bear.
Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing’s 26th Annual Teddy Bear Clinic will be held on Sunday, October 5, from noon to 4 p.m. Children, their favorite Teddy bear,doll or stuffed animal, parents and grandparents are all invited to attend.
How many of you in Quincy have some tires in the garage that you need to get rid of? I am sure there are plenty of you. Well, Saturday is your day as Delta Tire, Blessing Hospital, Allied Waste, and Gully Transportation are teaming up to hold a Tire Recycling Drive for Quincy residents only.
Last night a residential structure fire near Coatsburg injured three firefighters when a portion of the structure collapsed. One firefighter was treated and released from Blessing Hospital. The remaining two were admitted and are in good condition.
The 25th annual Teddy Bear Clinic was held on Sunday, October 6 at Quincy's Blessing Hospital. Youngsters from all over the area brought their favorite teddy bears, stuffed animals or dolls and went through the health stations set up by the student nurses of Blessing Rieman College of Nursing. Hundreds of kids with smiling faces made their way through the Blessing Hospital doors to the Clinic.
He is a convicted killer and possibly has killed up to 60 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 Dr. Michael Swango and he was the topic of a discussion at last Friday's Quincy Exchange Club. The speaker was Billy Meyer who was the chief investigator for the Quincy Police Department in the 1980s when this case presented itself.
Twenty-five 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 25 years later, the idea that I brought back to Quincy would still be flourishing. I came back to Quincy thinking that this needs to happen in our town, too. We didn't have a zoo in Quincy but we did have the Animal Park at the Illinois Veteran’s Home. Armed with ideas during my drive back to Quincy, I went to work to make sure this took place in our town. I contacted Blessing Hospital and they set me up with a meeting with the right people and “The Teddy Bear Clinic” was born.
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