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Apostle Gina Prince said: “2012 is a new year and we celebrate it with joy, new hope, and expectations.” What a journey to walk, especially when we are walking it with the Lord. Most of the times as we are super excited starting, some have trouble with seeing it out. Just remember Proverbs 3:5-6 (KJV).

HELLO MORENO VALLEY
“Where Dreams Soar”

New Information On Business Licenses: Moreno Valley residents for your new business, please contact the City’s Business License Office at (951) 413–3080 or visit their website at www.moval.org:do_biz/biz-license.shtml. Also check the website for “on the move,” at www.moval.org for Hike To The Top (951) 413–3702.

Economic Development Action Plan Community Forum Rancho Belago Area Of Opportunity: In the last meeting, the Moreno Valley City Council participated in an extensive goal setting workshop where they prioritized job creation and improving communication with the city’s residents. They are having an upcoming community forum. All residents and businesses are encouraged to attend. Date: January 18th 2012 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Moreno Valley Conference and Recreation Center, 14075 Frederick Street, Moreno Valley. For more information contact (951) 413–3460.

Rose Mallett has been given the assignment to entertain you when you have dinner at Escena, 1100 Clubhouse View Drive, Palm Springs every Wednesday from January through April beginning at 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. There is no cover charge. For more information, contact (760) 778–2737 or visit www.escenagrill.com. To contact Rose go to her website at www.rosemallett.com.

This past week in my readings, I have said many times that you do not need a large space to plant a garden. My greatest concern is how much pesticides are being used. I do not like all insects, but there are some good insects that will keep our garden safe. Please remember we do not want a garden 100 percent pest free. Over the years with the use of so many pesticides, it has left its mark. It has contaminated ground water, depleted topsoil, loss of minerals in the soil and some say it is linked to cancer. As I study I have found that there are many alternatives to pesticides when pests are threatening my garden. You can make effective sprays against insects that are natural. Insects normally avoid strong herbs like garlic, parsley and tansy, if you grind the leaves of the herb plants as well as a small amount of liquid soap and water. Let it sit for about 30 minutes. Then transfer into a spray bottle and apply to plants you want to protect. Hot pepper spray can also be effective in repelling insects. Always plant flowers in your garden. I will write more on this later.

This is a “Fresh Start,” a new year we have so many programs coming up. Let us all support one another. Let’s start it here on earth, the one thing God has asked us to do as leaders in our homes, churches, and our jobs is to LOVE. “TO GOD BE THE GLORY.”

BE BLESSED!
J.B.

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