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4th Annual PACG Picnic & Pie Auction!

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Bring Family & Friends!

Date: Sunday, September 11th, 2016

Time: Noon to 3 PM

Middle Park at the Lagoon Area Shelter in Bettendorf Iowa

  • Catered by Fresh Deli
  • Music
  • PIE Auction
  • 50 / 50 Raffle

Kids under 10 FREE!

$10 Per Individual Ticket

$25 Per Family Ticket

Click here to register online.

Directions: From Bettendorf’s Middle Road take 18th Street South to Parkway Drive. Turn east onto Parkway Dr. which dead-ends at the Lagoon.

Click here for a Google Maps Link to Middle Park Lagoon Area Shelter

Hands Across the Table for Racial Healing

Saturday, May 21, 6:00 pm

PACG Civil Rights Forum
First Christian Church, 1826 16th St, Moline, Illinois

Time to get to know people outside of your demographic! When we sit down to a shared meal and talk to one another we increase our understanding and eliminate hate. Bring a favorite ethnic or regular dish to share for the Quad Cities’ BIGGEST potluck! All ages, all races, all religions — All Welcome! For more information call Margie Meija-Carabello at 309.235.3011.

PACG Annual Picnic – 12 noon, Sunday, September 11

Advance Notice: Our annual PACG picnic will be held at 12 noon, Sunday, September 11, at Middle Park in Bettendorf, Iowa.

Get the Facts: Realities of Climate Change – After Action Report

Thursday, May 12th 6:15 pm

PACG Environmental Forum
Fairmount Branch Davenport Public Library


PACG member and Reality Project leader Mike Wilcox presented growing evidence of climate change and the impact it is having around the globe at the Fairmount Branch Library in Davenport on May 12. His message was clear: global warming has resulted in rising temperatures and extreme weather events worldwide producing unprecedented flooding, rising sea levels and drought. Using a series of graphs, photographs and film clips, a detailed picture of climate change was depicted.

While the reality of climate change poses a dire situation as extreme weather events continue to threaten our food production systems and coastal and island habitats, there is hope that change in human activity can offset total disaster. Rapid development in sustainable, non-carbon based energy, has outpaced early forecasts and countries have demonstrated that they can quickly create solar and wind energy systems to replace carbon based systems. As world leaders embrace the realities of climate change, and as people accept that we all must do with less if the planet is to survive, hope can prevail that humankind will rise to meet what is perhaps the greatest challenge civilization has yet to encounter.


Participants were invited to join the PACG Environmental Forum which meets the last Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM at Cobblestone Place located at 1212 West Third Street in Davenport.

Anne Corbi

Climate Change: What Rising Sea Levels Mean for the Planet

Guest speaker: Mike Wilcox

Thursday, May 12th, at 6:15 pm

PACG Environmental Forum
Fairmount Library, 3000 N Fairmount St, Davenport,Iowa

Climate Change Reality Corps speaker Mike Wilcox will address the imminent threat of rising sea levels and what impact that will have worldwide. Please join us to learn more about this interesting and urgent topic.

For more info contact:

Anne Corbi


Mike Wilcox