Stay tuned for upcoming ward meetings in March. You can sign up to receive text, phone, or email reminders from the city or county here.
Tim and a variety of volunteers from the fifth ward served and delivered over 200 meals on December 23rd. Shoutout to former fifth ward resident Yolanda Jefferson for coordinating and cooking the event on her holiday vacation.
Thursday, October 21st from 4:30-6:30pm join Tim at Garfield Park for hot beverages and sweet treats. Learn about his vision for Davenport, and share yours!
Join Tim for a fireside chat in the side yard at 21 Oak Lane from 5-7PM on Tuesday, October 2nd – one month before the election! After Tim shares his message and vision for the ward, he wants to hear what matters to residents and fans of Davenport’s fifth ward.
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Join Tim for a fireside chat in the backyard at 1724 Duggleby Street Davenport, IA on Thursday, September 23, 2021 at 5:30 PM CDT – 7:30 PM. Share what issues in our ward and city are important to you!
Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/NRn78cl1
thursday, august 26th, 6-7pm on Facebook live
We have two Meet and Greet events coming up in the 5th ward, to give you a chance to chat with Tim, share your concerns, and become a part of making a better Davenport!
Saturday, July 17th, 11am-2pm
Come hang out with Tim and your neighbors in the green area on the South side of Kirkwood Blvd. between Belle Ave and Christie St. Simple lunch (e.g. chips and hotdogs) and games will be provided. Hope to see you there!
Saturday, August 7th, 12-3pm
Tim will be at Golick’s Meat Market at 1141 E. High Street. Watch this space for details and for information about future meets!
Show your support for grassroots organizers who want to make a difference in Davenport. Join Tim Kelly on June 19th from 1-2pm at The Lincoln Center TMBC to hear more about why he’s willing to work hard to connect members of the 5th ward.
Sponsored by the Friends of MLK, Davenport, Juneteenth 2021 is a celebration commemorating the emancipation of the last enslaved African Americans. Juneteenth is a holiday that commemorates a two-and-a-half year gap between the end of the Civil War and the abolition of slavery.
Juneteenth is a mutual celebration of Black liberation and an acknowledgement that emancipation is ongoing. With food and retail vendors, history and information booths, fun-filled games and entertainment for the whole family, Junteenth at The Lincoln Center TMBC highlights the economic, political, and social efforts of African-American inclusion in the American Dream.