ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (April 14, 2021) The RIA Federal Credit Union will hold a ribbon-cutting for its new location at 11AM, Friday, April 23, 2021, at 4460 16th St, Moline, Illinois. The pandemic hasn’t gone away, but the community is prepared to attend public events safely and with confidence.

DAVENPORT, IOWA (April 14, 2021) — The Davenport West High School Band has been invited to perform at the Lincoln Memorial Centennial Celebration in 2022. This is an incredible honor, but it comes with a challenge: the band needs to raise $140,000 to fund the trip.

IA/IL QUAD CITIES – This year, as every year, the 12th Annual Bettendorf Rotary Lobsterfest will offer the community an evening of quality dining, friendship and support. But according to Tim Lane, President of the Bettendorf Rotary Club, the event has a unique aspect that is rarely discussed. “What many people do not realize about Lobsterfest’s proceeds,” Lane said, “is that 100 percent goes back to the community.”

IA/IL QUAD-CITIES – This season, the Quad City Symphony Orchestra (QCSO) Masterworks series has provided a global tour of beloved classical works. The series concludes by recognizing the outstanding contributions of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky to Russian music. On April 7 and 8, music lovers in the Quad-Cities area will enjoy three Tchaikovsky selections when the QCSO presents Masterworks VI: Postcards from Russia.

IA/IL QUAD-CITIES – No overview of the world’s finest classical music could omit the German and Austrian masters. All were adept at combining great power with incredible subtlety – and on March 3 and 4, music lovers in the Quad-Cities area will enjoy a sampling of their timeless works when the Quad City Symphony Orchestra (QCSO) presents Postcards from Germany and Austria, the fifth entry in the Masterworks concert series.
IOWA/IL QUAD-CITIES – For centuries, the city of Venice, Italy, has been held in high esteem for its art and architecture. It has also been a source of inspiration for composers, filmmakers, authors, and poets around the world. This highly desirable travel destination receives up to 30 million tourists a year.
The Wild West only lasted three decades – from 1865 to 1895 – but those years will forever be remembered for their boundless energy and rollicking sense of adventure. That time period was known for cowboys, American Indians, gunslingers, pioneers, outlaws, and more. On November 4 and 5, you won’t need a time machine to celebrate that chapter of American history.
IA/IL QUAD-CITIES – “When you take a realistic look at life, you realize no one is perfect. Everyone has to deal with personal problems,” said Mike Mickle, President of Mickle Communications. “Unfortunately, many young people with problems may feel isolated, and not wish to discuss their feelings. They may be ashamed to admit they struggle with depression. Some may be so beaten down by bullies, they don’t know how to ask for help or demand change.”
IA/IL QUAD-CITIES – Suicide among young people is not easy to discuss, but it is still a topic that cannot be ignored. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 13 to 19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “The team at Mickle Communications believes we must come together as a community to battle this epidemic,” said Mike Mickle, President of Mickle Communications.
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