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Tickets still available for Q-C version of Inaugural Ball at the RiverCenter


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Originally Posted Online: Jan. 20, 2013, 10:05 pm
Last Updated: Jan. 20, 2013, 11:24 pm
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By Eric Timmons, etimmons@qconline.com

Tickets still are available for tonight's Inaugural Ball in Davenport to celebrate President Barack Obama's second inauguration.

The ball, from 6 p.m. to midnight at The RiverCenter,136 E. 3rd St., includes dinner, beverages,music by Anthony Catalfano and the Funktastic Five and large-screen projections from the inaugural balls in Washington, D.C.

Tickets are $40, and proceeds will go to Churches United's shelter for homeless women.

The event is being organized by Sue Golden, of Rock Island, and Cathy Bolkcom, of LeClaire, who also organized a ball to celebrate President Obama's 2009 inauguration.

The Hotel Blackhawk has discounted rooms for those attending the ball at a rate of $119, according to a news release.

For tickets and details, email qcobamaball@gmail.com.






















 



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