Moline Bar & Grill Gives Teachers a Taste of Appreciation
Just last night I gained a new appreciation for teachers. Three emails went out in the evening regarding a couple different concerns we had and before we turned in for the night all three emails had a response.
They didn't HAVE to respond so quickly. But because they are so damn good at their job and care so much about the kids they made sure our minds were at ease before the end of the night.
As pure coincidence a fundraiser for Teachers Appreciation popped up on my calendar and I wanted to make sure we spread the word.
Hollar's Bar & Grill in Moline is hosting a Teachers Appreciation day on Tuesday, September 28th from 11 a.m. 9 p.m.
All Teachers receive 10% off their meals and 10% of what you spend goes back to the Moline/Coal Valley School District.
They'll have prizes and 50/50 raffle too.
Hollar's is located at 4050 27th Street in Moline.
It’s no secret that teaching isn’t the most lucrative profession, but it takes more than money to be an effective teacher. It takes patience, organization, and the willingness to go above and beyond for your students—all of which are characteristics that can’t be measured on any standardized test or salary evaluation. Still, some teachers rise above the rest when it comes to these intangible qualities, making them great role models not only for their students but also for other adults in the school community.
Teachers are some of the most important people in the world, especially if you’re a parent! They spend their days caring for our kids, preparing them to become successful adults, and ensuring that they know the value of hard work and learning before they enter the real world after high school. That’s why it’s so important to acknowledge these wonderful people, not just at the end of the year during student-led graduation speeches, but throughout the school year as well.
Hidden Pizza Gem 1 Hour Outside The Quad Cities
Having the best pizza in the Quad Cities has always been a fierce competition. I mean we even have our own version of pizza for goodness sake. While there are some incredible pizza joints in the Quad Cities, there are other pizza places that you need to visit. Geno's Pizza in Preston, IA is one of those places. It's less than an hour's drive from the Quad Cities and it's a spot you need to try.
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