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PACG Annual Holiday Party – Thursday, December 15th, 5:30 PM

Duck Creek Lodge, 3300 E. Locust St, Davenport, Iowa

Please join us for our annual holiday party on December 15th at Duck Creek Lodge in Davenport. Social hour will begin at 5:30 pm. Come relax and talk with new and old progressive friends. Also,SIS International will have a table at which you can shop for fair trade items for holiday or personal gifts if you like. We also welcome your checks or cash donations for the River Bend Food Bank in lieu of canned goods.

At 6:15, we can sit down and enjoy delicious entrees, including chicken pot pie (local chickens), gluten free ham and scalloped potatoes, and vegetarian lasagna (made with regular, not gluten free pasta), from Fresh Deli. Please bring a side dish, salad, or dessert to share.

Finally, the Endowment Committee will present the 3rd Annual Grant from the Dick Fallow Social Justice Endowment Fund to a worthy organization that works to further the goals of the Endowment.

So please come join us progressives for good food, good deeds, and good conversation (There’s lots to talk about this year!). See you on December 15th.

“The Man Behind the Curtain” Speaking Tour – November 12, 6:00 PM



Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Quad Cities
3707 Eastern Avenue, Davenport, Iowa.

Join us to hear Corporate anthropologist and author Jane Anne Morris in “The Man Behind the Curtain” speaking tour.

Communities across America have been successful in creating change when they’ve understood some of the key concepts Jane Anne Morris will be talking about. Find out what’s behind all these issues like the Dakota Access Pipeline, the need for a moratorium on factory farming, the water and air pollution from CAFOs and slaughterhouses, and even the struggles for fair labor practices and a livable wage.

This event is the third stop on a four city tour with Corporate Anthropologist, Jane Anne Morris, called “The Man Behind the Curtain” or “CAFOs, Slaughterhouses, and Pipelines, (Oh My!) – Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain!” You will watch as Jane Anne pulls back the curtain and helps you better understand how to address crucial issues.
We sincerely hope you can join us for this exciting and very informative event. Huge changes are possible through grassroots efforts like this.

Please bring a dish to share and invite folks!

For More Information: Bob Babcock

This statewide event is sponsored in partnership locally with the Green Sanctuary Committee of the UUCQC. If you have friends in the northeast section of Iowa, Boone, Polk, Johnson and Story Counties, or down in Jefferson, Wapello, Lee, Washington, Keokuk, Louisa and similar southeast counties, please request specific flyers/handbills emailed to you for their locations.

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Bob Babcock