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Helen Steiner Rice wrote: “MEET LIFE WITH A SMILE.” There are times when life overwhelms us. And our trials seem too many to bear. It is then we should stop to remember God is by ready to share the unexpected hours that confront us. And fill us with fear and despair. For God in His goodness has promised that the Cross He gives you to wear will never exceed our endurance, or be more than our strength can bear. And secure in that blessed assurance we can smile as we face tomorrow: For God holds the key to the future and no sorrow or care need we know. Please read your bible and pray.

HELLO MORENO VALLEY

The City of Moreno Valley launched an Online Mapping Tool to attract businesses to the city through morenovalley@prospector.com, providing access to a powerful business information and research engine only a mouse click away. As economic development becomes increasingly more crucial for the City of Moreno Valley and its recovery from the recession, providing quality property and site selection information is critical.

More than ninety percent of initial site selection screening for new and expanding business is now done online. Thus the primary goal of the new web site is to simplifly the process for site selectors or business owners when preparing for location, relocation and expansion decisions. According to Barry Foster, economic development director for the city it makes it easy to go online.morenovalley@prospector.co m expanding business into a “one – stop – shop it will speed up the process for: (1) what building and land are available in our community? (2) what are the market characteristics ( demographics, workforce, and spending)? (3) what are business synergies and opportunities in unique locations of our community? (4) what unique geographic characteristics and advantages? For more information go to morenovalley@ prospector.com . The “Moreno Valley Parks and Community Services Department” will host several special activities this spring. On Saturday March 27, 2010 a free “Easter Egg Hunt” will be held for local children ages 2 to 12 years of age at Sunnymead Park, located at 12655 Perris Boulevard at 9:00 a.m. sharp. Designated ages and physically challenged field will be hidden candy and prizes – filled eggs following the egg hunt. Come join in at the “Bunny Brunch” scheduled from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the senior community center located at 25075 Fir Ave. Donation for the Brunch is $6.00 for residents and $7.00 for non – residents, and children ages 3 to 12 visit with the “Easter Bunny.” “Hop Down the Craft Trail” will be held Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at TownGate Community Center 13100 Arbor Lane from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. children 5 to 12 years of age residents $9.00, $11.00 non – resident.

Final seasonal activity provided by “Parks and Community Services Department is.” “Spring Easter Chef’s Workshop,” on Thursday, April 1, 2010 from 6:00p.m. to 8:00 p.m. At Towngate Community Center Resident fee $6.00 no –resident $7.50 ages 5 to 12 delicious holiday goodies. For general information (951) 413 – 3280.

“Library Rewards Young Readers with In–N–Out coupons: The Moreno Valley Public Library is rewarding young readers “Cover To Cover Reading Club.” Open to children 4 to 12 years, the “Cover to Cover Club,” awards each child who reads a total of five books from cover to cover with a coupon for burgers.

The program concludes on April 1st 2010 so hurry for more information contact library at (951) 413 – 3880.

To the readers I have no idea as to why I am writing “I’m Just Talking” or how long I will be writing. I’m dealing with what is our understanding of the word “LOVE.” I have a hard time dealing with love and we tear each other down a lot. Webster says (1)cherish (2)to feel a passion, devotion or tenderness for (3)caress (4) to take pleasure in. The word of God said “To love one another as I have loved you.” We must learn to pursue unity, relationship, respect , peace and most of all “LOVE.”

We must learn to build each other up, edify, be kind, just bless some one you may be the only “BIBLE” some people see. When we leave here let it be said it was never about edifying us but about how many lives we touch for the good, that we were peace makers. As I read about Ms. Brenda Kincaide and Ms. Jacqueline Cannon these women and many more touch lives for the good. That tells me that their lives were not in vain. Let us stop the little “I” and big “YOU” and just roll up our sleeves and just help one in love to pursue love, joy, peace, happiness, we have no idea who is watching us, work with one another to change this world. We can not be a success without the other. Let us develop a loving relationship. And know we are all a work in progess. Let us not forget the “Black History Celebration,” April 17th 2010. In Moreno Valley celebrate our difference with the theme: “YOU ARE THE DREAM AND THE DREAM IS NOW.” For information (951) 443–0226. Let us support one another.

BE BLESSED
J.B.

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