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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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By Juanita Barnes

If we could push ajar the gates of life and stand within, and all God's workings see. We might interpret all this doubt and strife and for each mystery find a key.
HELLO MORENO VALLEY

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As a child I remember hearing my granny and the older ladies say, "keep on living," in response to nagging questions by us children.  I never understood that but I have kept on living. Other sayings I heard were: "Don't take my kindness for weakness. If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas.

You must trust Jesus to try him. Every whisperer is a liar. Every liar is a thief. Every thief goes to jail. Don't be iffy about Jesus, he can do anything. Jesus keep me near the cross. He can fix it watch and see. Wear this world like a loose garment. You can't beat God giving. Giving honor to God, who is the author and finisher of my faith. This too shall pass, When in doubt shout. Blood will tell. Birds of a feather flock together and on." Let me hear from you about your childhood phrases.  E-mail me if you have some from your granny, aunts, or the women in your life used to used.

The YWCA of Riverside County is seeking nominations for its 22nd annual Women of Achievement Awards. The awards have been expanded this year to include women, men, business, groups or organizations to celebrate the groups 100th anniversary. The nominations are due by June 6th. Forms are available on the YWCA website www.ywcariverside.org or 8172 Magnolia Ave. For more information call (951) 687-9922.

The Black Chamber Of Commerce and the Chamber's Community Foundation is hosting a Business Expo at the Parks and Recreation Conference Center.

June 23 and 24, 2006 at 14075 Frederick Street. They are in need of volunteers. Participants will gain planning and marketing experience. College students are welcome. For information call (951) 715-3145.

The dedication of our newest park was this past Saturday. If you have not been please make it one of your goals. It is great. It is truly a family park located at the northeast corner of John F. Kennedy Drive and Oliver Street.

BE BLESSED

J.B.

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