Senior Center serving meals

The Quincy Senior Center is open for lunch and dinner, takeout and delivery meals. Dinner will be served on both Tuesday and Thursday, and lunch on Monday and Wednesday.

On the menu this week:

Oct. 26: BLT, fruit and cookie. Chat and Stitch at 1 p.m. Movie and pizza at 6 p.m.

Oct. 27: Halloween costume contest, “feet” loaf, potato heads, pea salad, roll and dessert.

Meals information for Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 was not available prior to press time.

Other Senior Center activities:

SAIL class, Oct. 27, 1 p.m. 

County reminds taxpayers that taxes are due by Oct. 31

Darryl Pheasant, Grant County treasurer, reminded taxpayers that real, mobile home, personal property second-half taxes are due by Oct. 31.

Please verify that all parcels for which you intend to pay were included on your statements. Please send the bottom right-side coupon of your statements if you are paying by mail for proper crediting.

If you have more than one coupon, you may make one check for the total taxes, and please remember to sign your check.

A drop box is set up outside the courthouse next to the election ballot drop off box for those taxpayers who wish to drop off their tax payment and do not need a receipt. There is also a drop box in the treasurer’s office, which will be open during noontime Oct. 24 through Oct. 31.

Please also take advantage of reviewing information regarding your parcel on

Click on Parcel Information to open TaxSifter.

You can also pay your taxes online on our website under the Treasurer’s link under Elected Officials and also under Online Payments under Quick Links, where you click on TaxSifter in the Treasurer’s Office section.

Payments by credit cards, debit cards or Echecks can be done through our website. Credit and debit cards can be used to pay in our office including processing fees.

For any questions regarding your taxes, please call County Treasurer Pheasant, at 754-2011, ext. 4201.

Secretary of State launches ‘Vote with Confidence’ campaign

In advance of the Nov. 8 General Election, the Office of the Secretary of State has launched the “Vote with Confidence” awareness campaign to inform voters of election security measures and debunk election misinformation.

This campaign includes both traditional advertising — which has begun appearing statewide in newspapers, on television, and on city buses — and community-based partnerships with organizations helping to get out the vote.

In a news conference earlier this month, Secretary of State Steve Hobbs said, “We’re going to do our part to inform the voters of what happens here in Washington state ... to reach people in their communities to assure them elections are secure, accessible, and transparent.”

To learn more about Washington state’s election security, visit the Secretary of State’s Elections webpage or contact a local county elections office

‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’ opens this week at QHS theater

A production of C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” opens at Quincy High School this weekend, with shows also taking place the weekend of Nov. 4-5.

Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. with a Saturday matinee at 2:30 p.m.

To buy tickets, visit, click on Menu, then on Departments, then on Athletics and Activities. Then click on Buy Tickets Online and scroll down until you see the show date you want to attend.