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Katherine Kunau, associate curator of collections and exhibitions of the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, will discuss the systematic looting of art from Jewish families and occupied territory during WWII and contrast that with the distinctive artistic style the Nazis pushed on the German people. more
Tina’s Dance Studio & Tumbling Center presented its annual Summer Showcase event in August and raised $3,000 for the Dancers Against Cancer Charity Foundation.  more
Former Scott County 4-H'er David Bolte, of Des Moines, was selected to serve as a trustee on the Iowa 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees at its annual meeting Friday, Oct. 19. more
Selecting a first car for a teenage son or daughter can be challenging. Newly licensed drivers probably want something sporty that also looks cool, while their parents no doubt want them behind the wheel of something sturdy, safe and reliable.  more
The week of Thanksgiving is a busy time of the year to travel that’s marked by a large number of people traveling to see loved ones. In 2017, AAA projected 50.9 million Americans would journey 50 miles or more from home on Thanksgiving. While many people look forward to seeing their loved ones, the sheer volume of cars on the road during Thanksgiving week makes it a dangerous time to travel. more
Park View Lutheran Church will host its annual Fall Harvest Supper on Sunday, and with a new twist, thanks to some special after-dinner entertainment. more
Shawnteja Wilson and Laila Wommack, from Sonshine Ministries at Mount Joy, were two of 92 youths who were treated to an afternoon at Pride of the Wapsi Pumpkin Patch at rural Long Grove at the 12th annual Youth Harvest Party sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of North Scott and Davenport on Oct. 29. more
First Central State Bank announces the addition of Scott Levine as Marketing and Event Coordinator.  Levine joins the First Central team after a 10-year tenure at the Clinton Herald as associate editor.     more
Progressive Action for the Common Good and Sierra Club Eagle View Group will present a conference,  “Renewable Energy: Greener Earth = Green in Your Pocket” on Friday, Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. to 2  p.m., at the Quad City Botanical Center, 2525 4th Ave., Rock Island. more
This year marks the 30th year of Camp Courageous Fruitcake Sales. The fruitcakes are sold at more than 70 locations across Iowa during November and December, including Home Hardware in Davenport. They are sold for $10 a piece. Camp will ship fruitcakes to any location in the United States. more
Once again the Friends of the Eldridge Library will be putting up their annual Christmas tree on Wednesday, Nov. 14 for the Angel Tree project. more
Students from 17 area high schools joined at River Bend Foodbank last Thursday night to celebrate their accomplishments during the annual Student Hunger Drive, and North Scott was recognized as the Most Improved School in Division B (schools with enrollment between 300 and 1,250). more
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