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QCAIR's Citizenship Honors Dinner Returned in 2021

The QCAIR Citizenship Honors Dinner returned in force on November 6, 2021. Held at the Spotlight Event Center, 1800 7th Avenue in Moline, the dinner coincided with an open house for our offices in the same building. In keeping with the event’s spirit, we featured four new Americans who shared their journey to becoming US citizens and QuadCitizens.

Have You Heard???

The Putnam Museum in Davenport is partnering with the Friends of MLK, and Azubuike African American Council, and World Relief to update their regional history exhibit so that it more accurately reflects the diverse history of the Quad Cities. See newsletter for information on how you might get involved!

Assistance Available:

If you or someone you know is struggling and in need of assistance we have information on several programs in our quarterly newsletter, including:
  • Furnace replacement grant program in East Moline
  • QCAIR is still taking applications for IFSP
  • Vita program offers tax filing assistance in the Quad Cities
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World Relief continues to be in need of household items for locally placed Afghan evacuees, contact Beth at EConner@wr.org or you can check out their Amazon Wish List.
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