Garage Doors by Voorhis in Quincy, Illinois

Voorhis Construction Garage Door Systems

Mike Voorhis, his son, and the rest of the crew, want to help you with your garage door problems:

  • Opener Repairs
    • Bent rails, bad safety sensor eyes, gears worn out, fried circuit boards, broken chain. These are all issues that are very common problems with a garage door opener. We can fix most of them with one trip to your home or business location. We carry replacement parts for almost every brand out there!
  • Spring Repairs
    • The spring or springs on your garage doors are designed to take up most of the weight so that the door feels light and easy to open and close. When a spring breaks due to age or an accident, you’ll see just how heavy that door really is…possibly leaving it impossible to open until fixed. Voorhis Garage Doors can fix your springs fast and have you back in business!
  • Garage Door Repairs
    • Squeaky rollers? Bent tracks? Saggy panels? Broken hinges? All of these problems can drive you crazy and make your garage door inoperable. If you let a little problem go for too long, you might have to replace the entire door, track, or opener. Call us for some yearly preventive maintenance. We’ll tune up your garage door. You won’t believe how quietly it can operate when we’ve finished.
Serving the tri-state area of Illinois, Missouri and Iowa
    • Adams
    • Hancock
    • Pike
    • Brown
    • Schuyler
    • McDonough
    • Cass
    • Morgan
    • Scott
    • Green
    • Marion
    • Lewis
    • Clark
    • Ralls
    • Pike
    • Lincoln
    • Audrain
    • Monroe
    • Shelby
    • Knox
    • Scotland
    • Adair
    • Macon
    • Randolph
    • Lee
    • Van Buren
    • Des Moines
    • Davis
    • Henry

Yamaha Power Assist E Bikes at TNT Golf Car in Quincy, Illinois


Discover all the excitement, adventure and benefits bicycling offers with a new-found level of confidence provided by the pioneer of power assist, Yamaha.

Riding Hills with Ease

Don’t worry about that hill you’re facing, embrace it with power assist from Yamaha. Simply choose the assist level that matches your desired effort and enjoy the climb. Hills have never been this much fun to conquer.

Fitness Without Exhaustion

Discover the enjoyment of fitness without exhaustion on a Yamaha Power Assist Bicycle. With power assist, you’re in control of how intense you want the ride to be. Every ride is a customized workout based on what you want and how you feel.

Power to Ride Further

It’s a well-known fact that bicycling is fun! Now, imagine being able to ride further and smile longer. That’s a nice summary of what it’s like to ride a Yamaha Power Assist Bicycle. To truly understand, you need to experience it for yourself!

Design Philosophy

Bringing Rider and Machine Together as One

“Bringing rider and machine together as one” for an unprecedented riding experience is the guiding philosophy at Yamaha Power Assist Bicycles. As a pioneer in the design of power assist bicycles, Yamaha’s experience and drive for constant improvement brings you a line of quality eBikes with assist that feels natural, smooth and powerful.

Smooth and Powerful

Yamaha Triple Sensor System

The key to Yamaha’s smooth and powerful assist is our “triple sensor system.” The three sensors are:

  1. Torque sensor that detects pedaling power,
  2. Speed sensor that detects the bicycle’s speed, and
  3. Crank sensor that detects the number of rotations through pedaling.

The sensors instantly detect the running conditions and the movement of the rider with precision, delivering our renowned smooth and powerful assist.

Integrated Speed Sensor

Exclusive to Yamaha Power Assist Bicycles, is our speed sensor which is engineered into the rear hub. The integrated speed sensor detects the bicycle’s rolling speed with extreme sensitivity to account for the smallest changes to your riding conditions.

Available at TNT Golf Car & Motorsports, 930 Maine Street, Quincy, Illinois.


2019 QHS Vespers Christmas musical extravaganza.

DVDs are available for $20 each. We can ship them to you for an additional $10.
These DVD’s are now available from the official videographer for all the QHS Performances, Randy Phillips of Randy Industries. To order, call 217-242-4969 or email at

The annual holiday concert was held December 15, 2019, at 2:30 and 7:15 p.m. and featured the Quincy High School Concert Chorale, the Concert Choir and the Madrigal Choir. 

The Concert Orchestra, conducted by Christopher Gass, was also featured during the performance. 

Vespers began start with the annual candlelight processional with more than 150 choir members performing “Come Singing Noel,” followed by traditional carols. The choirs are directed by Paul Shelor and Kathi Dooley. 

Choral highlights include the Concert Choral performing “Welcome Now, the Holiday” by Greg Gilpin and “Bring a Little Jingle” by Stephen Lawrence. The Concert Choir will sing selections including “Riu, Riu, Chiu” arranged by Russell Robinson and “Variations on Jingle Bells” arranged by Mark Hayes. 

Vespers also includes the Brass Choir, directed by Matthew Gabriel, which will lead the audience in carols. 

The Concert Orchestra will perform selections “A Festive Fanfare,” “Christmas Through a Looking Glass” and “We Three Kings,” featuring senior soloist Ava Miller. 

The Vespers program concludes with the traditional singing of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus” by the Concert Choir, alumni and the QHS Orchestra and Clyde Bassett’s arrangement of “Silent Night.”