If your heart is 10 sizes too small and you want to let everyone know it, you can "Grinch" your neighbors in Moline or Coal Valley.

The Moline Parks and Recreation Department will be helping residents in the two cities "Get Grinched". What does this entail you ask? You register for a delivery of 20 "rotten" candy-filled eggs and a yard sign delivered to an address on a selected day. Even though I deeply relate to the Grinch, I would do this to the saltiest person I know.


Even though the deliveries are just in Moline and Coal Valley, pickup options are available for other cities, according to a Facebook post from Moline Parks and Rec. So the rest of the QC can still get Grinchy.

Deliveries will be 12/19-12/21 from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. so pick the most inconvenient day for your pal and Grinch 'em. It's $12. If you want to pick up the Grinching supplies, that's available 12/19-12/22 from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Moline Public Works.

You can purchase a 'Get Grinched' package and schedule a delivery date here.

Registration for getting Grinched closes in a couple of weeks. You can call Moline Parks and Rec at 309-524-2424 or check out their Facebook page for more details.

Meanwhile, the actual Grinch is coming through the QC in his truck through 12/23. You can request that to come by a specific location too for a double dose of Grinchy-ness or make sure you catch him on one of their planned routes. Get details on it here.

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