Empowerment Temple International Church Celebrates its Church Anniversary
Celebrating its First Year Anniversary, Empowerment Temple International Church, a non-denomination ministry, has firmly established itself in the Riverside area as a church that serves its community and welcomes everyone. Pastor Victor Wayne Lewis and Empowerment Temple International Church are firmly committed to building a church that serves its diverse community through its goals and visions for today and the future.
The upcoming Church Anniversary will be held on Sunday May 15th and Sunday May 22nd with guest churches and Pastors throughout the Inland Empire attending. Special guests during the 9:30 a.m. worship experiences and a host of guest churches each Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Empowerment Temple International Church is located at 2025 Chicago Street, Suite A15, near the corner of Chicago and Spruce in Riverside.
For additional information on Empowerment Temple’s First Anniversary celebration and other activities call (951) 775-5006 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golf Course to host flight in championship tournament
For the first time in history, a flight of the San Bernardino County Amateur Championship Golf Tournament will be played in the High Desert at the Apple Valley Country Club.
Located at 15200 Rancherias Road, the course will host the first flight of the tournament that is scheduled to take place on May 28. This is the 41st year of the tournament that features three flights played over three days. For additional tournament information, contact the San Bernardino Golf Club at (909) 885-2414.
For additional information about the Apple Valley Country Club call (760) 242-3653 or visit their website at www.applevalleycountryclub.com.
Celebrate Wellness Meeting & Fellowship
Thursday, May 19 at 11:30am at the Healthy Heritage Cultural and Wellness Center, 3637 9th Street, Riverside. For more information call 951.288.4375.
Verizon’s Launch of “It’s a Family Affair” Family Reunion Contest
Verizon Wireless will host the launch of its all-expense-paid family reunion contest, “It’s a Family Affair,” at an in-store event. The first 100 people to attend the event and donate no-longer used cell phones and accessories to Verizon Wireless’ HopeLine® phone recycling program will have an exclusive meet and greet with talk show host, author and entrepreneur Tavis Smiley. There will also be opportunities to win Verizon Wireless products, tickets to upcoming concerts and sporting events. Noon to 3 p.m., Sunday, May 15, 2011, Verizon Wireless, 21841 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance, California 90503. Admission is free. To learn more and to register for It’s A Family Affair all-expense paid family reunion contest, visit www.VerizonFamilyAffair.com.
Body & Cardio Sculpting
The Fontana Mayor and City Council invite the public to register for Body & Cardio Sculpting at the Heritage Neighborhood Center, located at 7350 W. Liberty Parkway.
Body & Cardio Sculpting, instructed by Lisa Davis, helps build muscle, strengthen bones, increase endurance and burn calories for safe, fast and joint friendly results. The class includes a cross training, body toning and fun workout geared to sculpt, tone and strengthen your body.
For more information and to register for classes, please visit www.fontanarecreation.org or call (909) 349-6968.
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