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Written by Sarah Arp   
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 10:53

Now through December!

Walgreens and Select Chevy Locations

Want to make a difference this holiday season? YOU can be Santa to a local senior who needs a friend during the holidays when you participate in the “Be a Santa to a Senior” gift program at Walgreens and Select Chevy locations.

From now through December, go to and get the list of the participating Walgreens and Select Chevy locations, take a name off the Senior Santa tree, buy a gift from their wish list, and return the unwrapped gifts. It’s that simple. Last year over 2000 seniors received gifts, with even more signed up this year.

Sponsored by CASI, Home Instead, Walgreens and your Select Chevy Dealers. For more information please call:

CASI at 563-386-7477 or go to

Home Instead 563-359-0027 or go to

Angel Tree Toy Collection Begins at Malls on Black Friday PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Holly Nomura   
Tuesday, 26 November 2013 14:07

Quad Cities, USA– The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program will begin on Friday, November 29th at the two Quad Cities Malls. Community members are asked to purchase a toy and bring it to the Angel Tree sites to that a less fortunate child will have a happy Christmas morning. This annual holiday program provides new toys for approximately 3,000 children whose families are having a hard time adding Christmas gifts to their budget.

On Black Friday, November 29, Macerich Malls will again partner with The Salvation Army and collect new, unwrapped toys inside the malls at the “Angel Trees.” Hours will be 11am – 8pm Monday through Saturday, and 12pm – 5pm on Sunday.

Paper angel tags listing the age, gender and toy ideas are available at these locations: Younkers Court in SouthPark Mall, Moline; and JCPenney Court in NorthPark Mall, Davenport. Anyone wanting to participate can select an angel tag from the tree and purchase a gift for a child. New, unwrapped toys for a child, along with the original tag can be returned to any Angel Tree location. The last day you can choose an angel is Dec. 15 to allow time for distribution by The Salvation Army.

Major Gary A. Felton, Quad Cities Coordinator, states, “The Salvation Army is very dedicated to helping parents maintain a sense of normalcy and dignity so Christmas can truly be a blessed event for their family. This small gesture of purchasing a toy for a child can help to make another person’s life less overwhelming.”


More about the QUAD CITIES Angel Trees

  • Over 3,000 children will be served again this year because of our community’s generosity.

  • Gifts for 11-and 12-year-olds are especially needed.

  • When a child receives a toy Christmas morning, the parents regain hope and the child has a happy memory to build on.

Contact Holly Nomura at (563) 271-7933 if you are interested in hosting an Angel Tree at your office or church.

Other Angel Tree Locations that can be used for dropping off your gift include:

All Four Area Wal-Marts at the Customer Service Desk

Chic-fil-A, 53rd and Elmore, Davenport

Are you having trouble finding the perfect gift to give to the person who has everything? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lindsey Lobur   
Monday, 25 November 2013 10:14

Christian Care can help you out this Holiday Season!

Rock Island, IL, November 25—Are you having trouble finding the perfect gift to give to the person who has everything? Christian Care can help you out this Holiday Season. For $20, you can give the gift of a seasonal bouquet of flowers from Colman Florist and Greenhouses every month for a year! Best of all, half the proceeds will go to Christian Care to provide shelter and services for the homeless and for survivors of domestic violence in our community. Not only will you be giving a GREAT gift, you will also be supporting Christian Care! This opportunity only lasts until December 20, so please act quickly!

Every month has its own theme. For example, November features the Harvest Bouquet, February’s bouquet is Love Bunch and July offers the Sizzling Summer Bouquet. Each bouquet is sure to bring color, fragrance and beauty to even the darkest day. Becoming a part of this select group allows you access to other great values at Colman. For example, when you buy a half dozen roses, you will receive the second half dozen FREE! You can also opt to trade your monthly bouquet for $10 off a purchase of $35 or more. Do this twice and you’ve made your original investment back.

For more details, please contact Lindsey at (309)786-5734. Colman Florist and Greenhouses is located at 2754 12th Street, Rock Island, Illinois and in the East Village in Davenport, Iowa. You can also visit them on the web at Monthly bouquets must be redeemed at the Colman location in the state in which you reside.

For more information about Christian Care, please go to their web site at


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Written by Linda Martin   
Monday, 25 November 2013 09:49

The Moline Foundation will hold a 60th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, November 24th in honor of Quad Cities area couples celebrating 60 years or more of marriage. Invited guests will be celebrating with the Moline Foundation Board of Directors at the Stoney Creek Inn, Moline, Illinois from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Dinner will be served followed by anniversary cake and musical entertainment by the Wierson Father-Son duo singing tunes of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and holiday classics.

The celebration will be hosted by First Midwest Bank, The Planning Center, Moline; and Stoney Creek Inn.

Founded in 1953, the Moline Foundation is a community foundation benefiting the Quad City region that has distributed almost $28 million in grants to over 1,500 non-profit organizations in the past sixty years. The Moline Foundation also serves as resource for donors in a seven county area (Rock Island, Mercer, Henry, Warren, Henderson, and McDonough in Illinois and Scott County in Iowa). The Moline Foundation’s collection of funds and gifts from individuals and businesses are then able to help the immediate needs of the community in the area’s of health and human services, arts and culture, economic growth, workforce development, community development, education, and quality of life.


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Written by Primitive Cottage   
Friday, 22 November 2013 14:01

Primitive Cottage is collecting food for the Princeton, Iowa, Presbyterian Church's Food Pantry which is in great need of food donations. They have helped alot of people, and now they need our help.  Donations can be dropped off at Primitive Cottage in LeClaire. Please check the expiration date on items because anything that has expired can't be given away.

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