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NORWAY, Iowa — On the same day that the Summer Olympics came to a close nearly 6,200 miles away in Tokyo, the Quad City 76ers found themselves in Norway — the city in Iowa, not the country — going for a gold of their own.

Thank you, Alma Gaul, for the excellent article (Nov. 14) featuring Festival of Trees designers Sandy Fischer and Lisa Dasso. Very well written. Thanks, too, for the Gallery plug under Creativity Abounds and for the article about Marcia Whitmore, the orchid-painting artist being featured at the Quad-City Arts airport gallery. It is so good to have a media friend that supports the arts in our community. "Believe", our Festival of Trees re-imagined for this year, is bound to be successful with your help, enabling Quad City Arts to continue its mission of enriching the quality of life in the Quad City region where artists, residents and visitors are engaged in diverse opportunities in the arts and humanities.

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Since the bicentennial summer of 1976, the Iowa Amateur Baseball Association's state tournament has been a local highlight of the first weekend in August.

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Although the Quad City Amateur Tour was officially canceled this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, area amateur golfers experienced some semblance of normalcy at Emeis Golf Course during Saturday’s opening round of the tour's signature event.

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The opening event on the Quad City Amateur Tour golf circuit for the 2020 season has become like so many other sporting events on the local and national sports scene.

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As a precautionary measure with a nod to social distancing, Humility Homes and Services, formerly known Humility of Mary, shut down its shelter at King’s Harvest in Davenport for the season and has moved 109 people, including all of those at its other shelter, at 1016-5th St. in Davenport, to two area hotels. The other shelter is not closed. People are just not housed there now.

As a precautionary measure with a nod to social distancing, Humility Homes and Services, formerly known Humility of Mary, shut down its shelter at King’s Harvest in Davenport for the season and has moved 109 people, including all of those at its other shelter, at 1016-5th St. in Davenport, to two area hotels. The other shelter is not closed. People are just not housed there now.

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