Chamber News

 Performance Learning Parents of high school students, is your child struggling with reading, math or writing in the second semester or in the fast paced block schedule of some schools?   It is important to address these issues early with customized interventions.  We serve P-V, Bettendorf, North Scott, Davenport and surrounding districts with tutoring and ACT test preparation.  Give us a call for a free consultation. Lloyd C. Kilmer Ph. D. COO - 563-650-4743


Clinton Floral delivers to Leclaire  A $40.00 minimum order with a $7.50 delivery chg. We have been in business since 1943. 77 years serving the community.  A family business. Call..you won't be sorry. 563-242-2651


Lillie & Pine's online store is NOW OPEN Shop locally handcrafted Bath & Body products.


Go Fish Marina Bar & Grill - Wednesday afternoon Euchre 2-5pm started November 7th.

Guest Bartend for Charity - Every Saturday from 6-9pm November through March.  Choose your charity, bring your friends, and keep all of your tips to donate to your favorite charity.  Call us to sign up at 563-289-3908.  It's free to sign up but pre-registration is required. 


 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Kitzman Chiropractic & Acupuncture - Office Manager - around 25 hours per week - $14-$18/hour plus bonuses. Contact: Dr. Jay Kitzman, 1101 Canal Shore Dr., LeClaire, IA 52753, 563-289-2166


LeClaire Chamber of Commerce Chamber Bucks! 

These spend just like cash in LeClaire and can be purchased at Ascentra Credit Union, Blackhawk Bank & Trust, and First Central State Bank.  


•Visit the LeClaire Chamber on Facebook!


​If you would like to attend a Chamber Board Meeting in order to present a topic, please contact the Board in advance at LeClaireChamber@gmail.com in order to be included an upcoming agenda. You will be contacted with confirmation of being included in the agenda. Board Meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of each month, 8a.m. at LeClaire City Hall.  

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Pick up the LeClaire information guide at the LeClaire Information Center. It has many photos and great information for everyone including residents, potential residents, visitors, realtors, relocation personnel, schools, and more! 



 

LECLAIRE COMMUNITY LIBRARY

For more information, contact: LeClaire Community Library, 323 Wisconsin Street, 563-289-4242, opt. 4, afry@leclaireiowa.gov

 

 

Weekly Events:
Family Storytime: 6:30pm on Tuesdays
Toddler Time: 10:30am on Wednesdays 

Monday, February 11th at 4:00pm: LeClaire Community Library - Tinker Lab.  Engineering Challenges Explore different rules of building with craft sticks and clothes pins. How many challenges can you complete? Any youth ages welcome to join in!


Tuesday, February 12th at 6:30pm: LeClaire Community Library - Family Storytime. Join us for stories, rhymes, & crafts! Activities are best for ages 3-6, but all are welcome.


Wednesday, February 13th at 10:30am: LeClaire Community Library - Toddle Time. This program focuses on finger plays, songs, and stories. Activities are best for birth-2 years old, but all are welcome.


Wednesday, February 13th at 6:30pm: LeClaire Community Library - Mostly True Tales with Spinsby & Wales. Come to our (sporadic) ongoing series of LeClaire history talks hosted by local history keepers, Dick Wales and Marie Spinsby. The series focuses on 20th century LeClaire, and is treated as a community dialogue—so bring your memories, photographs, and any questions you might have about LeClaire’s history! The topic is The Business District South of Jones Street and Canal Shore Drive.

We will be closed Monday, February 18th for Presidents’ Day.


Tuesday, February 19th at 6:30pm: LeClaire Community Library - Junior Explorers. Explore a new science theme through hands-on exploratory stations each month— February’s theme is Colors! This program is best for children aged 3-7, but all are welcome.


Wednesday, February 20th at 10:30am: LeClaire Community Library - Mini Makers. Sensory play encourages toddlers to explore and get to know the world around them. February’s theme is Fizzy Water! This program is best for ages 10 months to 3 years, but all are welcome.


Thursday, February 21st  at 6:30pm: LeClaire Community Library - How Pin-teresting! Led by Jenn Voss. This DIY craft class for adults is offered at 6:30pm on the third Thursday of the month. In February we are making a Paper Clay Heart. Please bring a hairdryer to help speed along the drying process. Are you stuck with the kids? Bring them to the library. We will have crafts for them to do in our children’s area while you are doing your own thing. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.


Friday, February 22nd at 2pm: LeClaire Community Library - Drop-In Tech Help. Bring in any device and we will give it a shot! Please arrive with passwords needed to access your device or accounts.


Monday, February 25th at 6:30pm: LeClaire Community Library - Steve Couch’s Robot Dance Party. Steve Couch along with his robot friends will sing, make music, and make the whole family smile! There will also be robotic crafts and activities to keep your children busy! All ages welcome.


Tuesday, February 26th at 6:30pm: LeClaire Community Library - Family Storytime. Join us for stories, rhymes, & crafts! Activities are best for ages 3-6, but all are welcome.


Wednesday February 27th at 10:30am: LeClaire Community Library - Toddle Time. This program focuses on finger plays, songs, and stories. Activities are best for birth-2 years old, but all are welcome.


Wednesday February 27th at 4:00pm: LeClaire Community Library - LEGO Club. We have the LEGOs, you have the creativity! All of the library’s LEGOs will be out for anyone with the desire to build and enjoy on.


Wednesday, February 27th at 6:30pm: LeClaire Community Library - Adult Book Club. This month we’ll be reading The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak. Books are available at the library’s circulation counter free of cost AND are now available as an eBook through our RiverShare Digital Library Catalog.

 

SERVING THE COMMUNITY AND BEYOND


The Boys and Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley (BGCMV) got everything crossed off their wish list this year thanks to a generous $10,000 grant from the Ascentra Credit Union Foundation which enabled them to get a new set of wheels. Every day, club members are picked up from school then taken to one of four BGCMV clubs. The nonprofit organization serves over 700 youth in four different Quad City locations—two in Davenport, Iowa and two in Moline, Ill.—including the Moline Teen Center. Previous fundraising efforts allowed the BGCMV to purchase two new vans to replace an aging fleet, but thanks to the Ascentra Credit Union Foundation grant, they were poised to dedicate a new 15-passenger van exclusively for their Moline Teen Center.

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