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Juanita Barnes
Rev. Dewitt Womack, wrote this and I want to share it with you: “PASS IT ON.” If you have a smile that is sweet, Pass it on. There are weary souls you can greet. Pass it on. Be not who does not careth; Do not let any soul perish.  Pass it on. If you know one who needs loving, pass it on. Maybe you can start serving. Pass it on. Wipe your downtrodden brother’s Eyes if he has fallen, help him rise. That he might overcome his sighs. Pass it on. Since this world needs men they can trust.  Pass it on. Men who are noble, brave and just. Pass it on. Do not think what the cost might be. Help set enthralled brothers free. This will give you joy, you’ll see. Pass it on.

HELLO MORENO VALLEY
“Where Dreams Soar”

Moreno Valley, I recently attended this month’s Moreno Valley Black Chamber Of Commerce Mixer. It was well attended and held at the Avon Beauty Center, Retail Store. The owners are Cynthia Webster and her husband.  It is well stocked and lots of sales with hands-on care and a lot to learn in the store. I would encourage you to stop by and see Cynthia or give her a call at (951) 243–0730 or shop online: at www.youravone.com/cwebster .  This past weekend, I had the pleasure to attend a surprise celebration for two wonderful women: Mrs. Connie Bowens and her sister Earma, boy were they surprised. Her wonderful husband (Rodney Bowens) “aka Deke” and their five sons gave this surprise party to their loving wife and mother. The birthday party was well attended, Connie’s mother, sister (party girl) three brothers and family came from as far away as Kansas, and in Ca., Compton. Deke and his sons did a great job to celebrate wife and mother, sister and aunt. This was Connie’s first birthday party. All of your guest Miss Connie had a wonderful time. Thanks for sharing such a special time with us.  Much love to you and may you have many more.

The Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was asked to merge with the Greater Moreno Valley Chamber. Councilwoman Robin Hastings said that it would be greater participation if we came together and Councilwoman Bonnie Flickinger also spoke of her concerns, saying we should only have one chamber. Black businesses were concerned that they were not getting what they needed with the other chamber. This is why the M.V.B.C.C. was started and why it continues to be successful. Those of you that can get the City Council meetings on Channel 3 watch it and go to the meetings to see what is really going on in the city you live in. Check out your council people and ask are they working for you?

As you live this life God has given you, live the best life you can. Smile, say hello, eat healthy, call someone, encourage, share a wonderful thought but most of all show love to everyone. 

BE BLESSED
J.B.

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0 # Guest 2011-08-17 19:32
REV DEWITT WOMACK IS MY UNCLE,I LIVE IN GREENVILLE AL.
 

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