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Des Moines, Iowa - September 4, 2018 (348th issue)
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Recent rainfall has resulted in higher river levels, causing the city to activate its flood plan. The Mississippi River level is currently 12.86ft and predicted to reach 14.9ft on Friday, September 7. Should the predicted crest remain at or below 14.9ft there will be little inconvenience or impact to the public.
Flood measures being implemented this week based on the current river level projection are:
Join us tonight at Great River Brewery from4pm-10pm to raise funds for educational programing we take into area schools. 10% of all proceeds from the evening will go directly to Ballet Quad Cities. Bring your friends, have a beer and meet the artists!
DAVENPORT (Sept. 4, 2018) — Putnam Explorers and Explorers Jr. workshops are returning again this year to the Putnam Museum and Science Center beginning September 8. Intended to highlight topics in a fun and interactive way for children in Pre-K* through 5th grade, workshops occur monthly to provide informal enrichment activities. From exploring oceans to astronaut training, there’s something for every young science lover.
Sept. 5 is National Blood Donation Day. The American Red Cross invites the community to help save lives at blood drives planned the week of National Blood Donation Day, as proclaimed by Gov. Bruce Rauner. For the third consecutive year, media personality Dr. Daliah Wachs has worked to enlist all 50 states in promoting blood donation.
Attached is a news release with more information.
If you should have any questions, please let me know.
This September, Hy-Vee, Inc. is celebrating National Family Meals Month by providing families with tips and tools to make mealtime more manageable.
“Many families have very busy schedules, but they also want to eat and be together,” said Randy Edeker, Hy-Vee’s chairman, CEO and president. “This month, we are focused on ways we can make mealtime even easier and bring families back to the dinner table.”
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