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Davenport

Be a gift to the World!

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
The Outing Club
2109 N Brady St.
Davenport, IA  52803
United States
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How would you like to make a difference in the life of a child?  The Davenport Rotary will, again this year, partner with Davenport Schools for a reading program to help students at Madison Elementary who need our help. Thank you so much to the Rotary members who already participate in this very worthwhile program!  We would love to increase our presence at the school and help even more kids! 
 
To Participate Follow the Instructions:
1. Complete Davenport Community Schools volunteer application and attach a copy of your driver’s license.  
2. Forms are available from Jessi Lane or the Rotary website:
3. Identify times you are available to help (the teachers are flexible & appreciate any help they can get!)
4. The copy of your driver’s license and application needs to be printed/completed and turned into Davenport Community Schools at 1606 Brady Street, Davenport, IA or you can give it to Jessi Lane at a Rotary Meeting to deliver.
5. You will be notified once your application has been approved….processing normally takes a few weeks. Contact Jessi if you haven’t heard back from anyone.
 
Special Note: Kim Rollinger is the Reading Specialist at Madison Elementary & will be our primary contact in scheduling times with teachers and students. Kim’s contact information Phone: 563-320-6152  Email: rollingerk@mail.davenport.k12.ia.us
 
Questions/Info/Sign-up: Contact Davenport Rotary Member, Jessi Lane at 563-343-7472 or Email: jessi@knilansfurniture.com
 
Your Impact:  Students will have reading assignments & materials – Just bring yourself and be ready to read, listen, & make a positive impact!
 

 
 
The Salvation Army of the Quad Cities would like to sincerely thank you for your partnership with Stuff the Bus 2016! We are busy finalizing numbers for all the supplies collected and it seems like we are on trend to surpass 41,000 supplies! We were so fortunate to partner with such a great service organization because now we are able to help even more Quad City children go to school prepared to learn.

Thank you so much,

The Staff at The Salvation Army of the Quad Cities.


Thank you,

Sarah Bitting Hite
Development Director


The Salvation Army
301 6th Street
Davenport, IA  52803

Office: 563-324-4808
Cell: 309-236-6777
Email: sarah_hite@usc.salvationarmy.org
 

 
 
 
Speakers
Aug 29, 2016
Paul Sikorski-Davenport Police Chief
Update on Davenport Violence and Safety
Sep 05, 2016
NO WEEKLY NOON MEETING
Honoring Labor Day
Sep 12, 2016
Chris Beason-Ruhl & Ruhl
Update on local and national real estate markets
Sep 19, 2016
Sep 26, 2016
RYLA Students
RYLA Experience
Oct 03, 2016
Oct 10, 2016
Danielle Henry & Mary Jo Andresen-First Midwest
Financial Sercurity & Fraud Prevention
Oct 17, 2016
William Albracht
Military Experience
Nov 07, 2016
Merle Anderson-North Scott Rotarian
Rotary Global Grant to help God's Mercy Orphanage Center in Kisoro, Uganda.
Nov 14, 2016
Alderman Michael Matson
Special Veteran's Day Tribute
Nov 21, 2016
Nov 28, 2016
Brock Earnhardt
Rotary Foundation
 
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    Oct 12, 2016
    2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
 
 
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