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Quarterback Club, Monday Morning
Organized around 1935. Luncheon meetings to hear talks from high school and university coaches.
Questers, Octagon Barn #722
Social meetings with talks on antiques. We want to stimulate the appreciation of antiques through study and to encourage the prservation of all historical landmarks. We enjoy an educational program each month. This is an international organization with many chapters.
Questers, Old Capitol Chapter
Organized since 1960. Affiliated with national Questers. Activities include Christmas silent auction; antique study papers; tours related to antiques, history, and museums; contributions to related institutions.
Questers, Plum Grove #948
Preservation of historical objects and sites. Past contributions to Johnson County Historical Society and Hoover Library and Museum and Plum Grove.
Questers, Robert Lucas Chapter
Monthly meetings include business meetings and programs of interest to members; financial support of projects of historical significance.
Questers, Rose Hill Chapter
Activities include study of antiques and collectibles. A member presents a research paper at each meeting. Sometimes these members are evailable to speak to other groups. Membership is open.
Quilters Guild, Old Capitol
Meetings have speakers, show members' quilts, make quilts for local non-profit organizations. We also hold workshops and classes.
Quire
The Quire is a not-for-profit community
chorus for GLBTA people, working toward a positive image of those communities through excellence in choral music.
We present two full concerts each year, and do occasional invited performances within the area.

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