Genesis SPARC hosts 9th Annual Trivia Night


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Posted Online: Jan. 16, 2013, 10:16 am
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Press release submitted by Genesis Health System



DAVENPORT, Iowa – Jan. 15, 2013 -- If you know the name of President Franklin Roosevelt's dog, there is a place at the table for you at the ninth annual Trivia Night to benefit the Genesis Stroke Prevention and Recovery Center (SPARC) and the Quad-Cities Brain Injury Support Group.

The event will be held Saturday, March 2 at the Knights of Columbus, 1111 West 35th Street in Davenport. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and questions will begin at 7 p.m.

Cash prizes will be awarded to the first and second-place teams.

The cost of the event is $10.00 per person, with a maximum of 8 players per team. No spectators will be allowed at this event.

Popcorn will be provided at each table and players are encouraged to bring treats for their team, but all drinks must be purchased at the event.

For more information or to reserve a table, contact Alicia Owens at
(563) 421-3491 or owensa@genesishealth.com


















 



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