Quad Cities Hall of Fame

We have some exciting news to share. Senator Tom Harkin of Iowa will be joining us at the upcoming 23rd Annual Hall of Fame Banquet. For those of you who know Senator Harkin, this is a great honor, as he has been a staunch supporter and champion of organized labor and working families in Congress since 1975. Senator Harkin will be retiring at the end of his current term, so this is the last time he will be speaking with us as a sitting US Senator. In addition to joining us, we will be honoring Senator Harkin by inducting him into the East Central Iowa-Northwestern Illinois AFL-CIO Hall of Fame for everything he has done to advance the issues of the AFL-CIO and working families across America.
At this time, we have two tables left. If you would like to reserve a table of 12, the cost is $480. To reserve individual seats, the cost is $40. Please call 309-738-6536 to make a reservation. The remaining seats are available on a first come, first serve basis. The event is Friday October 3rd at the Radisson Quad City Plaza Hotel in Downtown Davenport. Cocktail hour begins at 6pm, and the program starts at 7pm.
2014 Inductees: 
Sister Ella Mae Winger, UAW 865
Brother Kurt Donnelly, IBEW 145
Brother Leonard Lonnie Logan, IBEW 1379
Brother Mark T. Myers, IUPAT 676
Brother Tom Harkin, United States Congress
2014 Banquet Speakers:
Senator Tom Harkin
Congresswoman Cheri Bustos
Congressman Dave Loebsack
Congressman Bruce Braley

Our banquet dinner menu is as follows: 
Tossed Salad with assorted Dressings
Penne Pasta Salad
Assorted Baguette Dinner Rolls
Herb Grilled Chicken with a spinach Dijon cream sauce
Parmesan Penne Pasta Primavera
Sliced Sirloin with cabernet rosemary au jus
Two bean and carrot medley
Garlic Mashed potatoes
Assorted Desserts
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Dino Leone, President
Quad City Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
4600 46th Ave Suite #4
Rock Island, IL 61201
309-788-1303 (Illinois office)
309-738-6536 (United Way Labor Liaison)
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