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Cougar Winter Sports Roundup

By Alfred Wasikye Girls’ Basketball; Record (5-7) Beat Northwest, 60-42 Junior Destini Kelley led the team with 15 points. Lost to Whitman, 44-31 Junior Destini Kelley had 9 points and 4 rebounds. Senior Maggie Regan had 9 rebounds Lost to…

Arts & Entertainment

Compiled by Hannah Schipper Mid-Atlantic Invitational Silverpoint Exhibition Through Jan. 8, Arts Barn Silverpoint was one of the first mediums used for fine drawing during Medieval and Renaissance times. It predates the discovery of graphite. Outsider Art: Uncommon Characters Through…

The Park Pages

QOP NEWS A Doggone Good Time During the final hour of the pool season on Sept. 4, running on the pool deck was not met by guard whistles and admonitions. Instead, the four-pawed sprints around the pool were greeted by…

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QOP NEWS Community Enjoys National Night Out The community, local law enforcement, government and businesses came together for another wonderful National Night Out in Quince Orchard Park. In addition to local dignitaries like Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, Montgomery County…

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QOP NEWS Save the Date Mark your calendars to attend the 2017 Annual Meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, April 11, 7 p.m. in the newly renovated clubhouse. Your attendance is needed—a quorum of 51 households is required to hold this important…

QO Alums Remember Football Program’s Early Years

After 12 straight appearances in the regional finals, four times in the state finals in the past 10 years and one of them a championship, Quince Orchard fans may take football success for granted. But the QO football program wasn’t…

Cell Tower Planned for Morris Park

At the June 20 Mayor and City Council meeting, the City Council authorized the city manager to execute an agreement with Verizon Wireless to install a cellular tower at Morris Park, which is located near Summit Hall Elementary School. The…

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Don’t Miss the QOP Independence Day Parade and Festival Decorate your wagons, strollers and bicycles for the QOP Independence Day Parade with city councilmembers and the mayor on Saturday, July 2, 10 a.m. Parade participants will gather at 9:45 a.m.…

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QOP NEWS Diamond Farm Stingrays Hold Kickoff At least 22 QOP families will be part of the Diamond Farm Stingrays this year, said Eileen Heaps, QOP resident and swim team representative. The team held its kickoff and registration at the…