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Davenport

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We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
The Outing Club
2109 N Brady St.
Davenport, IA  52803
United States
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Davenport Rotary would like to recognize the 2016 Davenport Rotary Scholarship Winners.
Scholarships were presented to the winners at the Noon Lunch meeting on Monday, April 25th at The Davenport Outing Club.
A total of $58,500.00 in college scholarships were awarded.
 
 
 
Left to Right:
Hannah Hansen-Davenport Central
Briauna Little-Mid City High
Alex Belzer-North High
Tony Nguyen-West High
Madeline Kroeger-Assumption High
Thompson Teasdale (not pictured)-Central
 

 
Our own Brock Earnhardt visited the Rotary Club of Cartagena de Indias.
The Club has 22 women members, one member who is a man and three gringos, (not all shown in the photo)
 
 

 

Two of our fellow Davenport Rotarians are being recognized in our community.  WONDERFUL WORK LADIES

2016 Athena Award Nominees:

Tara Barney-Quad-Cities Chamber of Commerce 

 

Maggie Tinsman-Former Iowa State Senator

Five area women, who by their example are empowering other Quad-City women to be leaders in their workplaces and communities, will be celebrated Thursday as the 2016 Athena Award Honorees. 

The local award program, now in its 11th year, is presented by The Women's Connection and Quad-Cities Chamber of Commerce.

Elesha Gayman, executive director of The Women's Connection, said many of the organization's events "are about bringing in successful women from all over the world" as guest speakers to inspire Quad-City women. This event is about showcasing what we already have here — the talented women who are making this community what we are." 

 

 

 

 
 
MARK YOUR CALENDARS for the 4th Annual 2016 DAVENPORT ROTARY WINGFEST
 
Date: Saturday, June 18th
Time: 3PM-7PM
Place: Mississippi Valley Fair Grounds
 
Sponsors & Vendors welcomed & needed.  Sponsorship & Vendor forms are located on our web-site under the "Site Page" section.
 

 
 
 
Speakers
May 30, 2016
NO NOON MEETING
IN HONOR of MEMORIAL DAY
Jun 06, 2016
Anita Zemba-Schadt-Concierge Care
Dementia through the Ages
Jun 13, 2016
Richard Clewell-Davenport Community Schools
Foundation Formula Equality
 
 
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