Welcome to Quad City Heritage League
The purpose of the Quad City Heritage League was to provide opportunities for local heritage organizations and their members to network, communicate, and work together to promote and preserve the Quad Cities’ rich heritage.
The League holds monthly meetings and a spring social/heritage fair. As well as an annual meeting for the conduct of business, the election of officers, fellowship and intellectual interchange.
The Annual Meeting was held on November 7th at 6:30pm.
Kathleen Seusy received the 2013 Pioneer Award from the Quad City Heritage League at their annual meeting Thursday evening. Seusy has been an active volunteer with many Quad City organizations over the past 25 years.
In other business, the Heritage League voted to disband because of lack of volunteers.
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Continuing Education Grant Program
The primary purpose of this grant program is to provide:
1) Financial support for special events or projects; or
2) Financial reimbursement to eligible volunteers or professional staff for their personal educational development in the field of American history or history related work, such as historic preservation, genealogy, museum studies, preservation planning, or library/archives.
If you are interested in applying for our Grant, please click here to obtain the forms and instructions.
The Pioneer Award
Pioneer Award 2013
Kathleen Seusy received the 2013 Pioneer Award from the Quad City Heritage League at their
annual meeting Thursday evening. Seusy has been an active volunteer with many Quad City organizations over the past 25 years.
The League publishes the Quad City Heritage Resource Guide. A publication that promotes local heritage groups and their activities.
The League also produces a newsletter 3 times a year, which is available here.
The League is also involved in special projects such as the publication of the book “The Quad Cities: An American Mosaic” by Dr Roald Tweet, and the historic marker brochure “On This Site”, and “Historic Quad Cities a guide to historic neighborhoods, commercial districts, homes structures and sites” which are available here.
Each year, the League awards professional development grants for both volunteer and paid staff.
Membership is $20 for Organizations and $10 for individuals. Individuals receive the newsletter and invitations to the spring social and annual business meeting.
Member Organizations also have voting privileges at the annual meeting.
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