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The city of Quincy provides a beautiful rugged landscape for those that live here and want to visit. The scenery has a consistent beauty and always keeps the eyes searching for more to see. If you haven't seen a sunset from Quincy, Washington, then you might be missing out on the most memorable sunsets you will ever experience. The mood of the sky offers a rainbow of colors and provides a unique vast canvas at the end of each day. The vibrant colors are enough to make a driver pull over, stop everything, and take in the moment before it disappears into the night. Quincy, Washington experienced a large growth in the 1950's. The population leaped quickly, and the town continued to grow from there. Agriculture has a much to do with their success, as this community is the place you will find farmland for days, and dairies that provide milk to the stores that you frequent. Quincy has also seen a growth in their community due to the gift of technology. Microsoft has brought a lot of new employment to the area with bringing in many jobs from Dell, Intuit, Yahoo, and other internet companies. The city of Quincy is more than just agriculture, businesses, and technology. It is the people that live here. This tight-knit community is close. They know their neighbor. They know the local business owners by name and support and lift each other up daily. They hold activities and events that are family-friendly, and they have pride in their local school sports, and support them through thick and thin. This isn't just a place to go, it's a place to live. It's a place you won't forget. Quincy, Washington continues to keep going places, and we can't wait to help you keep up. We want to be the vehicle that takes you on the journey to get to know their community and their people better.

Stories from Quincy Valley

Old Fashioned Christmas in the Pioneer Church circa 1904

Old Fashioned Christmas in the Pioneer Church circa 1904

Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum invites you and your family

For Goodness Sake Travel & Leisure Published Dec 13, 2018
You are invited to a meaningful Christmas Celebration in the Pioneer Church with readings, Scripture, traditional Carols, and the lighting of the tree in the German tradition. Refreshments to follow in the Reiman-Simmons House.  
Saturday, December 15, ...
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Teens in Foster Care need families too

Teens in Foster Care need families too

By: Hayley Stoebner, Recruitment Coordinator with FosteringWA

For Goodness Sake Published Nov 20, 2018
Does the very thought of a having a teenager in your home make you shudder with fear? You are not alone! The teen years can be trying for parents and caregivers (not to mention for the teens themselves), but those ...
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TRICK OR TREAT

TRICK OR TREAT

Downtown merchants offer a treat-filled evening for your kiddos

For Goodness Sake Published Oct 29, 2018
Trick or Treat?

The downtown merchants in these communities are preparing for a treat-filled evening for your kiddos. A great way to have fun and be safe at the same time!

Moses Lake
Bring the ...
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Harvest Mazes and Pumpkin Patch

Harvest Mazes and Pumpkin Patch

Saturdays and Sundays in Quincy

For Goodness Sake Travel & Leisure Published Oct 28, 2018
The Quincy Valley Lions Club in conjunction with Becerra Gardens presents their annual Harvest Mazes and Pumpkin Patch, September 29 through October 28, 2018.

Cost is $6 per person and includes the mazes, a pumpkin of choice, games, and activities. Children 2 years ...
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The (Somewhat) Interesting History of Halloween

The (Somewhat) Interesting History of Halloween

article/Venue Magazine

Published Oct 28, 2018

This month, happiness appears to come in the form of tons upon tons of chocolate, billions of those tiny candy corns, and caramel covered popcorn balls and apples. Halloween is without question one of America's sweetest holiday traditions with billions ...
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Bharatanatyam Classical Dance of India

Celebration of CULTURES October 13, 2018

Festival for all ages in Quincy

Travel & Leisure Published Sep 9, 2018
Where: Heritage Park in Quincy
When: Saturday, October 13 / 10AM to 3PM
Why: To share our uniqueness and celebrate our unity.

A fun FREE festival filled with music, dance, food, and arts will be an experience you ...
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World War I in Grant County: A Traveling Exhibit.

World War I in Grant County: A Traveling Exhibit.

Regional museums collaborate on the home front

V Gallery Published Jun 28, 2018
Authored by Shawn Cardwell

The public is invited to visit and contribute to the World War I in Grant County: A Traveling Exhibit. The show will include national, state and regional history of wartime life overseas and at ...
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Big Bend Community college HS/21 and GED graduates pose after their recognition night in front of the Wallenstien Theater.

BBCC students receive GED or high school equivalency

New beginnings are celebrated for 129 deserving students

For Goodness Sake Published Jun 19, 2018
Big Bend Community College (BBCC) celebrated new beginnings last week along with 129 students and their families who received their General Equivalency Diploma (GED®) or High School Equivalency at a celebration ceremony.

More than 600 students enrolled in the Transitional ...
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Harvest Mobile Market comes to Quincy JUNE 20

Harvest Mobile Market comes to Quincy JUNE 20

FREE FOOD for anyone who needs some

For Goodness Sake Food & Drink Published Jun 19, 2018
The 2nd Harvest Mobile Market is coming to the Port of Quincy Community Center this Wednesday, June 20th, from 12:00 noon to 2PM. Through the generous support of Microsoft and several other major sponsors free food, such as produce and other ...
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Focus on Fiction

Focus on Fiction

Write on the River - summer workshop weekend

V Gallery Published Jun 5, 2018
Saturday, June 23 is our summer workshop weekend, Focus on Fiction. Playwright and past WOTR presenter Bill Johnson will present "Nailing Narrative Fiction," and award-winning author and WOTR past presenter Anthea Sharp will present "Writing to market: it's not what you ...
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Being a Foster Parent is pure love

Being a Foster Parent is pure love

Have you ever had the tug on your heart to love a child that is not yours?

For Goodness Sake Published Apr 24, 2018
There are nearly 9,000 children currently in foster care in Washington State. Children enter foster care through no fault of their own. Most children in foster care have endured some form of abuse/neglect which made conditions unsafe to remain in ...
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Cow notes

Cow notes

By Melea Johnson

Travel & Leisure Published Mar 20, 2018
In one of the rural communities in the middle of our state, the ones that are so beautiful that they blend together and make you forget their names, I stopped my car and watched the cattle in a field. There ...
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What are my career options?

What are my career options?

BBCC connects job seekers and students with employers and career programs

The 25th Annual Big Bend Community College Job & Career Fair took place, March 1, on the college campus. By afternoon, more than 1500 job seekers and students were served by putting them in touch with the more than 80 employers and career programs ...
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Big Bend Phi Theta Kappa Inducts 19 New Members

Big Bend Phi Theta Kappa Inducts 19 New Members

Congratulations to these Big Bend Community College students

For Goodness Sake Published Feb 15, 2018
Nineteen Big Bend Community College students became members of the prestigious Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the organization’s fall induction ceremony in February 2018. Family and friends gathered to witness the inductees as they took the oath of ...
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CBTech: Wilderness Salvaged

CBTech: Wilderness Salvaged

V Gallery Published Feb 11, 2018
Salvaged scrap steel and other materials take on a whole new life when removed from their original context and purpose and incorporated into a work of art. Advanced Manufacturing students from CB Tech, Moses Lake High School FFA, along with ...
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A Farmer's Story

A Farmer's Story

You are Part of the Land You Work

For Goodness Sake Published Feb 11, 2018
(writing below is by unknown author)

As a child growing up on a ranch or farm you learn to go to bed early so you’ll be able to saddle up in the moonlight for an early-morning cow ...
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Resolve to care for children in 2018

Resolve to care for children in 2018

Have you ever thought of being a foster parent?

For Goodness Sake Published Feb 8, 2018
Are you still searching for a New Year resolution but just aren’t exactly sure what you should resolve to do? Do you love children and think they deserve to be cared for in a safe and nurturing home? If ...
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The Day I Floated in the Sky

The Day I Floated in the Sky

Travel & Leisure Published Sep 9, 2016
While working for the Venue Magazine you never know what opportunities or surprises will come your way… so when I was offered the assignment to ride in a hot-air balloon at the Quincy Valley Balloon Festival, I jumped at the ...
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