HELLO MORENO VALLEY
“Where Dreams Soar”
The Moreno Valley City Council has established a Local Vendor Preference. They approved a new purchasing ordinance with the intent of enhancing local vendor competitiveness when bidding on materials and supplies purchased by the City. The preference applies only to businesses located within Moreno Valley and equals one percent (1%), which represents the City’s portion of sales tax generated on sales transactions.
Purchases not subject to sales tax would not qualify for the local vendor preference. For further information contact Division Manager Rix Skonbery at (951) 413–3190 or email@example.com .
Moreno Valley the “Music Festival” will come to our city June 13, 2009. It’s the Inland Empire Jazz, Rhythm and Blues festival and will take place at the Moreno Valley Golf Club, 28095 John F. Kennedy Drive. The Festival runs from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Tickets for lawn seating are $10.00 and will be sold at the coffee house located at 25960 Iris Ave. General admission is $20.00 and VIP seating which includes stage/front seating and dinner, is $50.00. For information visit www.iejazzfest.com to buy general and VIP tickets.
Vendors can apply for the July 4th festival at the Moreno Valley Parks and Community Services Department. This year the festival will include a Moreno Valley Idol Competition. The festival will begin at 9:30 a.m. July 4th 2009. For information call (951) 413–3280. June 13, 2009, the Young Adults Ministry of Cathedral of Praise, 1521 S. Riverside Ave. Rialto, and the fasting growing ministry at COPIM.
B.A.S. I.C. is hosting a RAGS TO ROYALTY FASHION SHOW at 4:00 p.m. There will be live music, vendors, raffles and great prizes tickets at the door are $7.00. Please let us come out and support our young adults. For information e-mail youngadults@ copim.org or (909) 874–8676.
For the last month I have travelled quite a bit. For Mother’s Day, I was in Tucson, AZ. It was hot but very nice. Met some very wonderful people. I travelled to San Diego, stayed at a hotel downtown, ate at the greatest restaurant, “Downtown Fish Joint” the service was off the hook, and the owner and his wife were wonderful people. This past Saturday, I was invited to a play in Upland at the Grove Theatre to see “Church Basement Ladies.” This was going to be the final performance but because of popular demand it has been extended through July. If you want to have a great time and laugh yourself tired as I did, I encourage you to go see the “Church Basement Ladies” at the Grove Theatre. (909) 920–4343 or www.grovetheatre.com. Next week, I will write about the “Apron” from this play. One of the cast members in the play is our very own Miss Sherri L. Jones. Sherri is one of the praise team singers and also directs the choir. She is a wonderful lead singer also at COPIM. Do go, you will enjoy yourself.
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