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2011 Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. – Black & White Ball –A Formal Affair

The 2011 Kappa Alpha Psi – Black & White Ball is quickly approaching and the Brothers of the Riverside Alumni Chapter are working very hard to ensure that this year’s event is both elegant and fashionable. The event will be held at the Ontario Hilton Hotel on Saturday, October 1, 2011. Special performance by Bre Dance Studio.

The Brothers of Riverside Alumni extend their hospitality, brotherhood and friendship to all in the community. Let’s raise funds and assist the scholarship recipients to enter the college of their dreams.

Admission is $70.00 per person, $120.00 per couple and $600.00 per table. Dinner is included and the dress code: Ladies - Black and/or White floor length evening gowns; Men - Black and/or White tuxedo with white shirt and black tie. Ticket information is available by contacting Alvin Stephens 951- 684-1072.

Spirituality and Health Spend an interactive day with Dr. Gloria Morrow as she presents “A Case for Including Spirituality as an Essential Element in Promoting Culturally Responsive Practices in Behavioral Health Care Settings” on Friday, October 7, 2011 beginning at 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Double Tree Inn by Hilton Hotel, Claremont.

Online registration at: www.mhspiritualityeventbrite.com

Loma Linda University Health System Administration to visit the White House

Ruthita J. Fike, Chief Executive Officer, and Gerald R. Winslow, PhD, Vice President of Mission and Culture of Loma Linda University Health System (LLUHS), have been invited to visit the White House on Tuesday, September 20 to convene on Improving Health Outcomes through Faith-based and Community Partnerships conference.

Ms. Fike and Dr. Winslow, along with a small team from LLUHS, will meet wi th other health systems from across the nation to collaborate with the Obama Administration to improve the health and well being of underserved communities across the country. At the conference, the LLUHS team will share ideas on how faith-based healthcare institutions, like LLUHS, have created partnerships to improve the health of communities as a whole.

One example is the annual “Healthy People” Conference, which educates hundreds of community members and health professionals from across the nation.

Mayor’s Jazz Jam

On October 8, 2011, the City of Fontana and Mayor will host a Mayor’s Jazz Jam beginning at 6:00 pm at the Fontana Community Senior Center as a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Fontana.

“I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to serve as the Mayor of the City of Fontana,” states Mayor Acquanetta Warren. “While speaking directly with many of you, the subject most often turned to talk about these tough economic times and the needs of the youth of our community. With parents losing jobs and homes, these children need nurturing relationships with supportive adults; guidance with schoolwork and academic development; opportunities to explore career options; healthy and responsible lifestyle mentoring; and a robust program of recreation, fitness, arts, technology and citizenship.”

“I would like to see the Boys & Girls Club of Fontana be able to provide these opportunities to thousands of Fontana’s young people,” states Mayor Warren.

“The Boys & Girls Club of Fontana is a very important program for our community because it helps shape the future of our children, particularly those who may otherwise not have the positive reinforcement and environment essential to success.”

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