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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Juanita Barnes

I read this and it is something I would hav e said: If y ou hav e missed knowing me, you have missed nothing. If you have missed some of my articles, you might have missed a laugh. But, if you have missed knowing my Lord and savior, Jesus Christ, you have missed everything in the world. Have a wonderful day. May God bless y ou alway s and don’t forget that when you cast your bread upon the waters, you never know how it will return to you. God is so big He can cover the whole world with his love and he is so small, He can curl up inside your heart. Have a Blessed day and speak kindly to others, and remember to be a blessing. Liv e Well, Lov e Much and Laugh often.


Moreno Valley come and have a taste of Mississippi by Salena and also join Sharon’s Wigs on Wheels as they are inviting the public to join them for a fun night of great food and entertainment. Pre-register to ensure a good seat before the day of the event, November 7, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $20.00 and includes dinner, beverage and dessert. The event will take place at 23935 Sunnymead Blvd. , Moreno Valley Special guest is Kris G & Friends of K.D.G. Entertainments.

For more information contact Salena at (951) 318–0723 or Sharon at (909) 223–6235.

The Inland Empire Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Association’s 4th Annual Buffet Luncheon themed Perseverance, Passion, Purpose, will be held February 6, 2010. Join us for a Western Fashion Show, door prizes, guest speaker, and fantastic meal beginning at 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Historic Mission Inn. Riverside, Ca. Donation:

$45.00 per person $80.00 per couple or sponsor a table of 8 for $400.00 advance ticket sales ONLY. We are asking for your support of this fundraiser early and thanking you in advance. All funds must be turned in by December 22, 2009. For tickets or information contact (951) 657-7088 or (951) 657-9585.

Success is not success without you.

Mark this date on your calendar. The Buffalo Soldiers against all odds had the lowest desertion rate in the entire Army. Although they were given inadequate supplies, clothing and sickly mounts (horses), their pride, determination self-reliance and dedication somehow sustained them in the harshest of situations.

They strung telegraph wire, protected railroads, built outpost, forts, roads, stagecoaches; they also fought the Cheyenne, Kiowa, Apache, Arapahoe, and the Comanche warriors. Some of their adversaries read like a “Who’s Who” of American West, (Geronimo, Lone Wolf, Victorio, Pancho Villa and Sitting Bull. There is more to come. I wish to thank Chris Levister for such a wonderful story on Maya Angelou. It was a blessing for me to read. After my granny, Maya is the greatest woman in my opinion, her wisdom and her presence.

As we go about doing “us”, let’s never forget one another. Learn to Love always.


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