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I + THURSDAY, September 18, 2014 ~i~/i COMMUNITY qu winners Staff report There was a sweep in the annual quilt show at Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day Saturday. Cindy Sole took home top honors in all three categories: My Favorite Quilt, Awesome Col- ors and Somebody Worked Hard. There were 42 quilts entered in the show; Sole had five quilts entered. The public votes on its favorite for each of the categories. "I don't think I've ever gotten first place be- fore," said Sole, who has been organizing the event for at least the past five years. Sole made her first quilt when she was about 17 years old. She recalled how she crawled inside to stuff it with batting. She later gave the quilt to her then-boyfriend, who is now her husband. In other FCAD results the winners of the FCAD Grand Parade awards wereas follows: Wayne Farmer won the best classic/antique auto entry; Quincy Valley Allied Arts was named the best community float; "Day of the Dead," a senior project by Maria Gutierrez won best youth entry; Washington Tractor won best farm equipment; David Harrison won best antique farm equipment; Quincy Market-IGA won best commerical entry and CHS Sun Ba- sin took home the Sweepstakes Trophy, which was awarded by Quincy Masons. And Andy and Teddi Westra of Quincy were the winners of a quarter side of beef that was raffled off at FCAD.Matt McColm of Farm- er's Insurance in Quincy donated the prime, 21-day aged beef, which will be cut, wrapped and delivered to the Westras. The raffle raised more than $550, which given to FCAD, the Quincy Business Associa- tion and the Quincy Valley Historical Society and Museum. Forty-two handmade show on Saturday. quilts fill FitzSimmons/Post-Register were on display at the annual FCAD quilt 707 J St g Quincy Pastor Don Valen Cell: 787-5624 SUNDAYS Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. AM Worship - 10:45 a.m. "Family Connection" - 6 p.m. (2"d/4 'h Sundays, various homes) WEDNESDAYS K 6th grade THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS . 1102 2nd Ave SE Quincy WA 98848 Sunday meeting times Quincy 2nd Branch Sacrament Meeting, 9 a.rn Rama Hispana (Spanish-language service) Pres. Brandon Wolther, 787-2923 Quincy 1st Ward, 10 a.m. (Sacrament Meeting at 11:50 a.m.) Bishop Bruce Webley, 787-2537 Quincy Baptist Church (SBC) 228 F St SE 787-3170 Traditional Hymn Service Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Wednesday Service 6 p.m. Attend a church of choice/ of the Nazarene ~Being Jesus to the World" John Hardiman - Pastor ~ ServiceTimes: Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Worship 11 am I Sunday Evening 6 pm PO Comer of A Nick Nelson Servicio 10 am St. Pius X Catholic Church 787-2622 805 N, Central Rev. Mario A. Salazar MAssEs Saturday 5 p.m. (Spanish) 7 p.m. (English) Sunday 9 a.m. (English) 11 a.m. (Spanish) SL Paul Lutheran Church Pastor: Ann Frerks 716 Third Ave SE Quincy 787-2824 Sunday: Adult Forum 9:45 a.m. Worship 11a.m.