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Posted on Sep 10, 2015

Community Bulletin: Sept. 10

Seniors: Pork roast is on Thursday menu
The weekly Thursday dinner at the Quincy Senior Center starts at 6 p.m. Cost is $6 a person.
On the menu are pork roast, scalloped potatoes, apple sauce, carrot salad, rolls and dessert. On the menu for next week is sloppy joes.
Bridge winners were Peggy Emtman and Lorain Greenwalt. Dominoes winners were Dan Neumann and John Michael. Pinochle winners were Lorain Greenwalt and Nick Todd.

AWANA starts sixth year on Sept. 16
First Baptist Church of Quincy, 707 J St. S.W., announes the start of its sixth year of AWANA ministry.
The program convenes on Wednesday nights 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. beginning on Sept. 16.
Children in kindergarten through the sixth grade are invited to join in on an evening of Bible memorization, unique games, wholesome music and helpful lessons from the Bible.
Bring a friend and join in on the fun starting on Sept. 16. Please arrive a few minutes early to register. For more information, call Pastor Don Valen at 787-5624. Look for the AWANA booth on Sept. 12 at Quincy High School during the Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day festivities.

Class of 1955 to gather at FCAD
The Quincy High School class of 1955 is holding its 60th reunion during Saturday’s Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day celebration.
Some classmates will be at the Quincy Lion’s breakfast at the high school, and the class then will have a booth at the school following the parade.
All QHS alumni and their families and friends are encouraged to stop by.
A social gathering also will be held 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday at the Quincy Moose Lodge, 109 E St. S.E. All are welcome.

Chef Extravaganza kicks off FCAD
White Heron Cellars’ Chef Extravaganza kicks off Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day Friday evening before the big event.
The Chef Extravaganza starts at 6 p.m. on Friday.
Prior to the event, winery personnel spend several days gathering foodstuffs from the Quincy Valley, including onions, trout, carrots and more, to display the bounty of the basin.
This year chef Tim Putnam of Smokeblossom Catering in Cashmere will transform those local ingredients gathered into delectable small plates.
The event also will feature live entertainment by the musical trio Once Upon a Tuesday. The Seattle-based band features Ephrata native Sandy Johnson on percussion. Cost is $25 at the door for all you can eat.