Eva L. Perry a contributing writer for the Carolinian wrote: “LOVE” A friend of mine says that the greatest of all human qualities is love, because it is an expression of the very essence of God. His is unconditional love that loves us in spite of ourselves. The Bible tells us that God loved us “while we were still sinners” (Romans 5:8). His love was expressed in sending Christ to the cross to pay the penalty of sin for us. More next week, read your Bible and think!
HELLO MORENO VALLEY
The City of Moreno Valley will host another “Foreclosure Prevention Workshop,” in an effort to help residents reduce their risk of home foreclosure. Following several successful workshops held last spring, it is said the workshop helped over 600 people. The city is sponsoring a series of free foreclosure prevention events on Monday, September 28th at 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Bethune Elementary School, 25390 Krameria Street;
Saturday, October 24th at 10:a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Valley View High School, 13135 Nason Street; Wednesday, November 18th at 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Sunnymead Ranch HOA, 23600 Sunnymead Ranch Parkway; and Monday, December 7th beginning at 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Moreno Valley Senior Center, 25075 Fir Ave. Workshop attendees will be able to speak directly to representatives from housing counseling agencies, lenders, and social service providers to discuss specific needs. For additional information, contact Fair Housing Council of Riverside County at (951) 653-8314 or the Housing and Urban Development’s Hope for Homeowners program at (800) 225–5342.
MORENO VALLEY ATTRACTS ELECTRIC VEHICLE COMPANY. MVP_EV INC. signed an agreement with CT and T America Inc., a subsidiary of CT and T Korea L and D to operate a regional assembly and sales facility in Moreno Valley. MVP_EV Inc., will be upgrading and retrofitting an existing, currently vacant 49,005 square foot plant on Goldencrest Drive to accommodate CT and T’s operational requirements for the production of electric vehicles. MVP_EV Inc., will be operational as early as spring of 2010. It is anticipated that 40 people will be employed at the facility at start up with employment increasing to 300 employees as early as 2011. This is a hightech “GREEN” company and it’s bringing quality jobs to Moreno Valley and its citizens.
Information can be obtained from the City’s newly opened employment resource center. For information contact the Economic Development Department at (951) 413–3460.
My family and I had the pleasure of dining at Celebrities Restaurant, opened under new ownership in the city of Beaumont. The hours of operation are from 12:00 noon to 2:00 a.m. and it’s located at 550 Beaumont Ave. The menu is all you can eat, all day long, and the prices are very reasonable. Minister Chef Leron is the owner. For more information call (951) 845–4521. They also have live music that makes a good date night. I had the pleasure of sitting for a nice photograph by Paul Jones. Paul is a devoted member at Refreshing Springs Church under the leadship of pastor Bobby Davis. Paul is very good at what he does and if you want to make your memories unforgettable contact PJ’S Photography (909) 556–3975 or visit www.myspace.com/pjsphotos or firstname.lastname@example.org . This past week, COPIM celebrated the homegoing service for mother Mrs. Acie C. Colman-Walker. Her loving daughter Opal and the rest of her loving family and the mother’s ministry of COPIM was there. To Opal and the family, may you know that we are all praying for you in your time of need.
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