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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Juanita Barnes

Part (2) by Eva L. Perry : “Every discussion of love in a Christian context must be viewed therefore in light of Christ’s love for us. How can we, who are loved so much, fail to love others? Love is the most natural expression of the Christian life. Those who cannot love have reason to question the reality of their salvation, for love is the fruit of the Spirit of God.” Please read Galatians 5:22 read your Bible prayerfully and think.


Moreno Valley and the Inland Empire, last Tuesday, Bishop Neil Ellis blessed us all during the “WOW” service themed, “Living A Life That Pleases God,” from Proverbs 16: 7, Hebrews 11: 6. Faith Is Not Faith Until It Is All You Are Holding On To Romans 10:17 and Revelations 3:8. Oh what a blessing he was to the people in the house, COPIM. The Bishop will return in November and when a date is confirmed, read it here first.

Moreno Valley the Senior Center to host a swap meet: If you are seeking that special antique item, the M.V.S.C. Swap Meet to be held on Friday, October 2, might be the place to look. It is free and open to the public, located at 25075 Fir Avenue, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

For more information contact M.V.S.C. at (951) 413–3430.

Upcoming Fundraiser—Inland Empire Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Association, Domino Run sponsored by Ski p fordyce/Harley –Davidson Motorcycle located at 7688 Indiana Avenue, Riverside on October 10, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please come out and support this memorial event. There will be live entertainment, a special guest, door prizes and much more. The event is open to the public. For more information contact Jackson Dodd, Marketing Manager at (951) 785–0100. See you there.

Moreno Valley the members of the “Orange Valley Lodge #13 and Queen Elizabeth #8, cordially invite you to attend our Annual Worshipful Master and Worthy Matron Banquet. This will be a joyous celebration. The gala affair will be held Sunday October 11th 2009, at 4:00 p.m. at the Hap Arnold Club, March Air Reserve Base, Riverside. The attire is “Semi–formal.” Donation per guest is $45.00 all checks should be made to Orange Valley Lodge #13 P.O. Box 55218 Riverside, Ca.

92517. For information contact Sister Alice Green (951) 682 – 7177 or Brother James Beauregard at (951) 682 – 6480. Please RSVP no later than October 05th 2009.

Moreno Valley and the Inland Empire, the Going Green by Getting Green Symposium hosted by Wright’s Community and Business Development Corporation and many other sponsors was awesome.

Harrison McCoy, III, who is an engineer for Greenhawk Energy/Pacific Sun Energy Corporation, served as the keynote speaker. Linda, to you and your assistant, GREAT JOB.


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