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Gus Macker Basketball, Jeff Dorsey
Gus Macker Basketball, Jeff Dorsey

Gus Macker Signup Period Extended Until May 12

The Gus Macker Basketball Tournament has extended the signup date until Monday, May 12. Only online signups will be accepted through next Monday.

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Mike Nobis and Dennis Williams, Jeff Dorsey
Mike Nobis and Dennis Williams, Jeff Dorsey

Teen Reach Program a Huge Asset to Kids and the Community

I had the opportunity to hear about the Teen REACH Program in Quincy last Friday at the Quincy Exchange Club and it opened my eyes as well as the eyes of the other members of that organization. Mike Nobis and Dennis Williams were the Teen Reach Program speakers. For those unaware, including me prior to Friday’s meeting, dozens of Quincy kids go to the Teen REACH Center after school for help with homework and just to have a safe place to go.

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Gus Macker
Jeff Dorsey

How Did Gus Macker Get Its Start in Quincy?

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?

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

Macker to Have Registered Officials This Year to Curb Rough Play

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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Pam Shaffer, Jeff Dorsey
Pam Shaffer, Jeff Dorsey

Pam Shaffer Named Citizen of the Year

At today's Quincy Exchange Club's Law Officer of the Year luncheon, Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore announced that this year’s recipient of the Citizen of the Year Award was Pam Shaffer, the Executive Director of the Adams County Red Cross.

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Trooper Brad Williams, Jeff Dorsey
Trooper Brad Williams, Jeff Dorsey

Illinois State Trooper Brad Williams Named Law Officer of the Year

Illinois State Police District 20 Trooper Brad Williams was named the Law Officer of the Year today at the Quincy Exchange Club's 48th Annual Law Officer of the Year Award luncheon.

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Character Champions Winners, Dennis Koch
Character Champions Winners, Dennis Koch

Exchange Club Honors Student Athletes With Character Champions Awards

The Quincy Exchange Club held the first of two installments of the Character Champions awards presentations last Friday at Stoney Creek Inn. The Character Champions program is designed to help coaches turn individual athletes into highly effective teams demonstrating sportsmanship and character. I had the opportunity to present the honorees a beautiful plaque from the Quincy Exchange Club. 

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Arts Award winners, Jeff Dorsey
Arts Award winners, Jeff Dorsey

QSFA and City of Quincy Arts Awards Were Announced Today

The Annual Quincy Society of Fine Arts/ City of Quincy Arts Awards Luncheon was hosted by the Quincy Exchange Club today at the Stoney Creek Inn.

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Steve Lindsey & Sgt Jonathan Schulte, Jeff Dorsey
Steve Lindsey & Sgt Jonathan Schulte, Jeff Dorsey

Toys for Tots Campaign Starts November 13

Toys for Tots program local coordinator Steve Lindsey and Marine Corp Sgt. Jonathan Schulte were recent guests of the Quincy Exchange Club.  According to Mr. Lindsey, a retired USMC veteran, the Toys for Tots program got its start in Los Angeles in 1947 when a Marine Corps Major’s wife made a Raggedy Ann Doll and she asked her husband to give it to someone but there wasn’t anyone to give it to. From that came the birth of the program which established a Toys for Tots Foundation in 1948.

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James Pioch, Jeff Dorsey
James Pioch, Jeff Dorsey

QFD Assistant Chief James Pioch is the Firefighter of the Year

The Fifth Annual Quincy Exchange Club Firefighter of the Year Award presentation took place today with October being National Fire Awareness Month.  This year’s winner was Assistant Fire Chief James Pioch of the Quincy Fire Department, an 18 year veteran of the Department.

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