HELLO MORENO VALLEY
Oswald Chambers wrote about COMPLETENESS. Whenever anything begins to disintegrate your life with Jesus Christ, turn to Him at once and ask Him to establish rest. Never allow anything to remain which is making the distress. Take every element of disintegration as something to wrestle against and not to suffer. Say – Lord, prove thy consciousness in me, and self – consciousness will go and He will be all in all. Beware of allowing self – consciousness to continue because by slow degree it will awaken self–pity and selfpity is satanic. Well I am not understood; this is a thing they ought to apologize for; that is a point I really must have cleared up. Leave others alone and ask the Lord to give you Christ – consciousness and He will poise you until the completeness is absolute. Look at (Matthew 11:28). And He will give you rest.
Moreno Valley what a grand opening and wonderful ribbon cutting we had at the CLUB SUMMER BREEZE, located at 12125 Day Street #C301, Moreno Valley.
Summer Breeze is a family business headed by Eddie Summers and his daughter Jaguar Summers Bluhm. The club is currently open every Friday and Saturday night from 9:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. and everyone is welcome. This is a 21 years and over club. They also have special nights for 30 and over. The club has four luscious V.I.P. sections. The have a large kitchen but at this time they are only serving hors d’oeuvres. If you have an event you want memorable such as: wedding reception, birthday party, church affair, private dinner, call them. You will be treated as a V. I.P. Mr. Summers is a well trained conductor and an arranger of music. Go by and support this wonderful place of elegance in our town. To contact the Summers (800) 783–0849 or email clubsummererbreeze@ aol.com. The club is designed to serve the handicapped as well.
This past Saturday the Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commence celebrated their Annual Holiday Feast along with the Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting at MoVal’s newest club Summer Breeze Night Club. Great entertainment, door prizes, music and a never ending amount of food was enjoyed by all. An award was given to Bonnie Flickinger for her support to the chamber for so many years. To contact the chamber call 951-443–0226 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to all that shared and supported the chamber this year.
This past Friday, a celebration of life for Edward Ernest Williams (those close to him, “Uncle Ed”) was held. Uncle Ed was a very special person to us all. When I went to church, he would give me M&M’s. And for others it was other another candy. Uncle Ed will be greatly missed. To the family, you are in our prayers.
Moreno Valley Save the date: The National Council Of Negro Women, Inc. , Moreno Valley Section, cordially invites you to their 17th Annual Mardi Gras Ball Saturday, February 19, 2011 beginning at 6:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. For information call (951) 623–3473 or 316–5437. More to come at a later date.
Let us not forget that Jesus is the reason for the season; Take this time and spend it with your loved ones. The father said, “love one another.” And to all that have loved ones that have gone on to celebrate with the Lord, our prayers are with you. To God be the glory.
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