To kickoff 2021, we started a new program with Nothing Bundt Cakes to honor and reward our awesome Quad Cities teachers and educators. It's called QC Teacher of the Week and are so excited to announce this week's teacher of the week!

It's now time to announce this week's B100 and Nothing Bundt Cakes QC Teacher of the Week!

Congrats go to Mrs. Nancy Stuedemann, who is a TAG teacher at Bluff Elementary in Clinton!

QC Teacher of the Week
QC Teacher of the Week Fall 2021

Mrs. Stuedeman was nominated by her daughter Abby Stuedemann. Abby said,

"The teacher I am nominating is special to me because it is my mom. Her name is Nancy Stuedemann. She is a TAG teacher at Bluff Elementary in Clinton, IA. I have grown up witnessing the love she has for each and every student she has. She challenges them, cares for them, and encourages them. I really hope she wins because she deserves it so much. She has been through some hard times the past couple years and I want her to know she is appreciated."

Great work Mrs. Stuedemann! For being our QC Teacher of the Week, Mrs. Stuedemann has been rewarded with a B100 Prize Pack which included a B100 stocking cap, stickers, a Pepsi, a B100 Bluetooth speaker, and more things, plus an awesome cake from Nothing Bundt Cakes

Thank you for your hard work and dedication, Mrs. Stuedemann!


Check out our 2021 spring semester QC Teachers of the week below!

QC Teachers of the Week Powered by Nothing Bundt Cakes Spring 2021

Spring 2021 brought a lot of smiles to teachers throughout the Quad Cities. Even though students, teachers, parents, and staff had a tough year due to the pandemic, we still had a chance to get out and award amazing teachers with a cake and swag for being QC Teacher of the Week.

Museums Within Driving Distance of the Quad Cities

"There isn't a museum I won't go to. The stupider, the better."
Michaels' statement this morning sent us into a good hour of discussion about museums within driving distance of the Quad Cities. Our listening family has clued us in on little hole-in-the-wall museums we never even knew existed, and they're just a hop, skip and a jump away from us. 
Here's our highlights.

Check Out the Best-Selling Album From the Year You Graduated High School

Do you remember the top album from the year you graduated high school? Stacker analyzed Billboard data to determine just that, looking at the best-selling album from every year going all the way back to 1956. Sales data is included only from 1992 onward when Nielsen's SoundScan began gathering computerized figures.

Going in chronological order from 1956 to 2020, we present the best-selling album from the year you graduated high school.

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