Speaker Date Topic
Gwen Tombergs Oct 15, 2018 12:00 PM
Quad City Storm Hockey Team
Quad City Storm Hockey Team

Gwen Tombergs joins the Quad City Storm Hockey Team as the first female President of hockey in the Quad Cities and the Southern Professional Hockey League. A native of Eldridge, Iowa, Gren brings a plethora of experience in marketing, sales, media relations and event operations. She has worked for the CBA's Quad City Thunder, the ECHL's Richmond Renegades and the MLB's New York Mets. Gwen is an avid volunteer and has been involved with numerous community nomnprofit boards and committees. Her latest accomplishment was being the Project Manager for the first Quad Cities Big Table. She and her husband Dave reside in Bettendorf.

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Gwen Tombergs joins the Quad City Storm as the first female President of hockey in the Quad Cities and the Southern Professional Hockey League. A native of Eldridge, Iowa, Gwen brings a plethora of experience in marketing, sales, media relations and event operations. She has worked for the CBA's Quad City Thunder, the ECHL's Richmond Renegades and the MLB's New York Mets. Gwen is an avid volunteer and has been involved with numerous community nonprofit boards and committees. Her latest accomplishment was being the Project Manager of the first Quad Cities Big Table. She and her husband Dave reside in Bettendorf. Tombergs joins the Quad City Storm as the first female President of hockey in the Quad Cities and the Southern Professional Hockey League. A native of Eldridge, Iowa, Gwen brings a plethora of experience in marketing, sales, media relations and event operations. She has worked for the CBA's Quad City Thunder, the ECHL's Richmond Renegades and the MLB's New York Mets. Gwen is an avid volunteer and has been involved with numerous community nonprofit boards and committees. Her latest accomplishment was being the Project Manager of the first Quad Cities Big Table. She and her husband Dave reside in Bettendorf.
Gwen Tombergs joins the Quad City Storm as the first female President of hockey in the Quad Cities and the Southern Professional Hockey League. A native of Eldridge, Iowa, Gwen brings a plethora of experience in marketing, sales, media relations and event operations. She has worked for the CBA's Quad City Thunder, the ECHL's Richmond Renegades and the MLB's New York Mets. Gwen is an avid volunteer and has been involved with numerous community nonprofit boards and committees. Her latest accomplishment was being the Project Manager of the first Quad Cities Big Table. She and her husband Dave reside in Bettendorf.

Brad Martell Oct 22, 2018 12:00 PM
YMCA Update
YMCA Update

Rotary Club of Davenport Member Brad Martell will provide our club with an YMCA update.

RYLA Students Oct 29, 2018 12:00 PM
2018 RYLA Camp

The students that attended the 2018 RYLA camp will be giving a presentation of their experiences.

Deb Anselm Nov 05, 2018 12:00 PM
Quad City Times
Quad City Times

Deb Anselm is the Publisher of the Quad City Times and a Rotary Club of Davenport Member.

Denise Bulat Nov 12, 2018 12:00 PM
Bi-State Regional Commission

Denise Bulat is the Bi-State Regional Commission Executive Director. Denise was born and raised in Muscatine.  She is married to Carl Bulat, who is a Physical Education teacher for the Pleasant Valley Schools.  They have two daughters.  Kelsey in a food stylist working for Meredith Corporation in Des Moines.  Corinne is a nanny in Des Moines. Denise enjoys running, hiking, biking and travel.  She and Carl spend time each summer pursuing those interests in Colorado.
She serves on the Boards of Directors for Red Cross, United Way, the Women's Leadership Conference, the Quad Cities Food Hub, and Quad Cities Health Initiative.  She is Chair of the Property Committee for the Girl Scouts. Denise earned a BS degree in Ecology from Iowa State University, a Masters degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Iowa and a Masters degree in Public Administration for Northern Illinois University. She started her career with Bi-State as an Intern in 1984.  She also served in the positions of Planner and Program Director before becoming Executive Director in 2001.  Bi-State Regional Commission has its offices in Rock Island.  The Commission has served its area in Illinois and Iowa for fifty years.
Some of the Commission's notable activities have been an Air Quality Task Force, a Riverfront Council to coordinate development, and assistance with the development of 125 miles of trails in the area.  The Mississippi River is the most notable natural asset in the area.  It serves as a focus for many of the development activities worked on by Bi-State and its members.​

Tom Waterman Nov 19, 2018 12:00 PM
Iowa Supreme Court
Sherry Ristau Nov 26, 2018 12:00 PM
Community Foundation Great River Bend
Paul Rumler Dec 03, 2018 12:00 PM
QC Chamber of Commerce
Holiday Party Dec 10, 2018

Location/Time - TBD

2nd Quarter Club Meeting Dec 17, 2018 12:00 PM
Committee & Club Updates
NO NOON MEETING Dec 24, 2018

No Noon Meeting on Monday, December 24, 2018.

NO NOON MEETING Dec 31, 2018

No Noon Meeting on Monday, December 31, 2018.

Brent VanDamme Jan 14, 2019 12:00 PM
Chief Economist, Deere & Company World Headquarters
City of Davenport Mayor's Luncheon Feb 25, 2019 12:00 AM
State of the City

The City of Davenport's Annual Mayor's Luncheon will be held at the Rhythm City Casino. Mayor Klipsch will give the State of the City presentation.

Brian Ritter Mar 11, 2019 12:00 PM
Nahant Marsh
Nahant Marsh

Brian Ritter is the Executive Director of Nahant Marsh and the Program Director for Conservation Technology through the Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) and the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC). He teaches EICC courses on site and uses Nahant preserve as an outdoor classroom. He also teaches a course at Saint Ambrose University. Brian has overseen operations at Nahant Marsh since 2007 and has begun and sustained many environmental education programs, biological research projects, and natural resource management practices. His hobbies include hiking, paddling, organic gardening, cooking, camping, and fishing.

Mike Miller Mar 18, 2019 12:00 PM
River Bend Mobile Food Bank