ROCK ISLAND — Cyndi Jarvis of Davenport has lived through many years of severe illnesses that brought her down to 87 pounds at one point.But now, she is improving and wants to share with the world her faith and how the entire ordeal has brought her closer to God.“I used to be so scared to try something new,” she said. “But now I have such a hunger, I've got to put it down on paper.” That is exactly what she did.
Soon, hundreds of mentally or physically challenged youth in the Quad-City region will have their own place to play baseball, softball or even fly a kite.And Thursday night, a big step in that process will take place when representatives from some area Rotary clubs will present a check for about $60,000 to the Davenport Parks and Recreation Department toward of the overall goal of $1 million to build such a park.The Quad-Cities Miracle Field will feature a custom-designed, cushioned...
Adriana McBride of Davenport liked the atmosphere of people with different voices coming together in one setting for a purpose.She was not alone Saturday as more than 300 people, mostly women, gathered at Schwiebert Riverfront Park in Rock Island for the 2018 Quad-Cities Women's March.It was one of many held across the globe after the first-ever such event was held one year ago with a mission of solidarity on President Donald Trump's first day in office in 2017, This year, the theme locally...
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Selecting a term
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