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UCR Chamber Music Ensembles May 15th

The Department of Music at the University of California, Riverside, presents the UCR Chamber Music Ensembles in concert on May 15, Saturday, at 8:00 pm in the ARTS Building Performance Lab, ARTS 166. Featured works include the Mendelssohn Piano Trio in D minor and the Shostakovich Piano Trio in E minor performed by faculty members violinist Frances Moore, cellist Manon Robertshaw and pianist Kimberly Amin. The program also includes Three Shanties by Malcolm Arnold performed by the UCR Wind quintet. The UCR Chamber Music Ensembles are directed by Frances Moore.

CSUSB Hosts UPS VP, Noel Massie

California State University, San Bernardino and the College of Business and Public Administration presented Noel L. Massie, UPS VP the Arrowhead Distinguished Executive Officer award on Friday. If front of Family, Friends, Executives and Community Leaders, Mr. Massie was awarded these awards for all his great work over the past 5 years in as the Vice President of UPS developing relationships in the Inland Empire. Massie has been with UPS since 1977 and has served on many boards and most recently, awarded the Black Voice Foundation a grant for The Opportunity of a Lifetime program to develop students.

CHSB 100th Anniversary

Officials cut the cake at the 100th anniversary celebration of Community Hospital of San Bernardino on Saturday, May 8. Anyone who was born at the hospital was invited to the festivities, as well as the community at large. Attendees included Community Hospital of San Bernardino officials, Kimiko Ford, Vice President, Mission and Support Services, Diane E. Nitta, Administrator; John Nolan, Chairman, Board of Directors, and 62nd District Assemblymember Wilmer Amina Carter (D-Rialto),  Dennis Baxter, master of ceremonies, former San Bernardino City Councilman and radio broadcaster, Rev. Bronica Martindale (born at CHSB), Councilman Rikke Van Johnson, Dr. George Smalls (OB/GYN who delivered many babies at CHSB) and San Bernardino NAACP President and Black Voice News Co-Publisher, Cheryl Brown (who delivered at CHSB).

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