Rockridge's Cook guest speaker for officials


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Posted Online: March 10, 2013, 5:28 pm
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The Quad City Officials Association will have its banquet on Saturday, March 23, at O'Melia's Supper Club in Rock Island. A happy hour will begin at 6, with dinner at 7. The guest speaker will be Glen Cook, baseball coach at Rockridge High School and also a past official. Cost of the banquet is $10 per member, with a $5 cost for wife or significant other. Reservations are requested by Wednesday, March 19, with checks payable to QC Officials Association and mailed to Secretary Mark Copley, 800 South 9th Ave.,Eldridge, IA 52748.
For more information or for those with questions, call Marty Flaherty, QCOA president, at 309-230-3902 or Copley 563-340-1039.

















 



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1939 — 75 years ago: Dr. R. Bruce Collins was reelected for a second term as president of the Lower Rock Island County Tuberculosis Association.
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