On Saturday, April 30th, we will be moving our PACG office from the Davenport Unitarian church to Cobblestone Place. We need you! And, if you have a dolly, a truck, and/or an available backseat to transport some boxes to our new location we would very much appreciate your assistance. We also need help with organizing the new office.
Please call PACG at 563-676-7580 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
Progressive Action of the Quad Cities intends to help build a support network aimed at educating, engaging, and empowering citizens to work for the common good of all in our communities. Enjoy the information available on this site and thank you for visiting!
Congressman Braley invites all Iowans to create own balanced budget, and reduce the deficit during the week of April 25th. The town halls will be fully interactive and attendants will be able to decide how to balance the budget and reduce the deficit.
“It’s long past due time for a serious, responsible conversation about our fiscal future – and that’s why I want to bring the budget discussion directly to my constituents,” said Rep. Braley. “These town halls will give Iowans an opportunity to see first-hand how the budget process works in Congress. Together, we can find the best ways to balance the budget and reduce our deficit. I look forward to hearing from my constituents and discussing these important issues with them.”
Attendants can RSVP on Rep. Braley’s website at: http://go.usa.gov/TQa
In the Quad Cities – Monday April 25th
The Rogalski Center
St. Ambrose University Campus
Corner of Ripley and Lombard Street
Davenport, IA 52803
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Tuesday, April 26th 7 PM
“Uprisings in the Middle East”
Bettendorf Library, 2nd Floor
A panel from Morocco, Egypt and Syria will give their personal accounts of the reality on the ground. Sponsored by the World Affairs Council of the QC.
The Current and Future State of Social Security
It’s your pension plan – Get the Facts!
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Davenport Library (downtown), 321 Main St
Keynote Speaker: Midge Slater, Iowa Alliance for Retired Americans
“Why Eco-Literate Students Will Lead the 21st Century”
Tuesday, April 5th
Julian Keniry, senior director of campus and community leadership at the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) will give a keynote address, “Why Eco-Literate Students Will Lead the 21st Century” at the Figge Art Museum at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 5, a reception will follow. Keniry will also present her keynote address, Wednesday, April 6 in the University Union Grand Ballroom on the WIU-Macomb Campus. The event is free and open to the public.