Community Bulletin: Nov. 13
Support group meets on Fridays
Faith Community Church invites people to a support group for those recovering from addictions, hang-ups, hurts, fears, phobias and destructive mindsets.
Meetings are every Friday, with a free dinner at 6 p.m. and the meeting at 7 p.m., at the church, 1005 10th Ave. S.W. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 787-1229.
Thanksgiving service set for Nov. 25
The First Presbyterian Church of Quincy, 715 N. Central Ave., is having its Community Thanksgiving service. The service is 7 p.m. Nov. 25. Everyone is invited.
Seniors: Bring a dessert to social
There will be a dessert social at 7 p.m. Friday at the Quincy Senior Center. People are invited to bring a dessert and enjoy the fellowship.
Thursday’s menu at the center is chicken casserole, Brussels sprouts and chocolate pudding. The center will celebrate Thanksgiving on Nov. 20. That menu includes baked ham, scalloped potatoes and pineapple upside-down cake. The $6 all-you-can-eat meal is open to all who wish to attend.
There will be no meal on Thanksgiving Day. The office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and Nov. 28.
Monday bridge winners were Nancy Street, first place, and Judy Ren, second place. Wednesday bridge winners were Aldene Duchscherer, first place, and Alverna Casey, second place. Dominoes winners were Elaine Elshoff, first place, and Rachal Pinkerton, second place. Pinochle winners were Bonita Vordahl, first place, and Shirley Stetner, second place.
The Grainery to host Thanksgiving dinner
The annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 27 at The Grainery, 101 E St. S.E. Everyone is invited to the dinner.
Quincy Foods, along with The Grainery, is sponsoring the dinner this year with Faith Community Church. Organizers thank Akins and the Quincy Senior Center, which have sponsored the dinner for several years in the past. For more information, call Gena Westra at 398-5514.
Thank you to area veterans
In the Veterans Day pages that ran in the newspaper last week, names provided by volunteers with the Quincy Veterans Memorial Wall inadvertently left out some veterans on the wall.
Those names are: Erick R. Erickson, John E. Couture, Daniel P. Couture, R. Judge Owens, Mark E. Owens, Brian D. Owens, Jay C. Owens, George A. Moffett, Melvin Bud Treosti, Jim Fishel, Chad Bepple, Ginny R. Gibson, Secundino R. Torres, James R. Fowler, John W. Tjoelker, Richard A. Ledgerwood, Heather R. Ledgerwood, William E. Petrak, John H. Butler, Vaughn G. Carlson and William H. Boorman.
Try to win a turkey at Turkey Bingo
Looking for a chance at a free turkey this Thanksgiving?
On Nov. 22, the Quincy Valley Lions Club is again putting on Turkey Bingo at the community center. Doors open at 4 p.m. and games begin at 5 p.m.
Cost is $1 a sheet. Thirty games will be played, with a turkey given away each game. Concessions will be available.
Holiday craft night is Friday at Mtn. View
Take the family to a Thanksgiving craft night this Friday at Mountain View Elementary School.
The craft night, 4:30 to 7 p.m., is for children in preschool through third grade.
Admission is a can of food. All proceeds go to the Quincy Food Bank.
It’s a boy for Scott & Kylie Yeates
Scott and Kylie Yeates of Quincy are the parents of a new baby boy.
Ethan Scott Yeates was born at 6:10 p.m. on Nov. 10, 2014, at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee. He weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces, and measured 19.75 inches long.
Ethan joins an older sister, Emma. Paternal grandparents are Carl E. and Mickie Yeates of Quincy, and maternal grandparents are Kyle and Carma Christiansen of Evanston, Wyo.