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  • Egg Hunt and Pictures with the Easter Bunny

    . . .  At North Woods Inn San Gabriel April 7 San Gabriel, CA – Bring the family to Clearman's North Woods Inn, San Gabriel to meet the Easter Bunny on Saturday, April 7. On that day the annual Easter Egg decorating event will take place. At noon,...
  • PCC Reaches Out to Community Churches with Super Education Sunday

    Pasadena City College faculty, staff, and administrators will be visiting local African-American churches this month as part of the "Super Education Sunday" outreach effort. The goal of the program is to connect with students and their families and to mak...
  • NAACP Religious Leaders & Rev. Franklin Graham Hold Historic Meeting In North Carolina

    Parties Discuss Potential Impact of Joining Forces to Fight Injustice (Charlotte, NC) – Today, members of the NAACP Religious Leaders Roundtable, the Religious Affairs Committee of the NAACP Board of Directors and other evangelicals met with Rev. Frank...
  • “Pursuing Justice for the Children and Poor Now”

    I begin each year with a women's spiritual retreat at CDF-Haley Farm's leadership development center in prayer, silence, and song seeking God's guidance for the year ahead. Our very thoughtful retreat leader, Shannon Daley-Harris, never fails to inspire a...
  • Volunteers: The Key to Nonprofit Success

    Fundraising-Related Roles and Responsibilities for Volunteers Volunteers are at the heart of fundraising. They make all the difference in the world. They are passionate, connected, creative, and talented. And they need to be managed. Ask anyone who has s...
  • One of the Little Rock Nine Stands on Solid Foundation

    A dynamic and inspirational speaker, Dr. Terrence J. Roberts explained what the students hear has nothing to do with what he says, but what he or she hears as their own message. He addressed students from Hillsides Education Center in Pasadena, first spea...
  • Ties That Bind

    Marriage is a tie that binds two people together legally. Although people generally enter into marriage with high hopes for an enduring relationship, sometimes the relationship falters. While a legal separation or divorce can sever the legal tie between a...
  • Black Clergy and Other Concerned Christians Ask Governor Mitt Romney to Renounce Racist Religion:

    On Monday, March 12, 2012 Rev. O'Neal Dozier and a group of concerned Clergy and other Christians held a News/Press Conference to publicly ask Republican Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney to openly renounce his racist Mormon Religion. The purpose was a...
  • Statement by the President on International Women’s Day

    On International Women's Day, the United States celebrates the many achievements and milestones in the ongoing struggle for gender equality around the world, and reaffirms our commitment to accelerating progress. We are committed to a future in which our ...
  • Pasadena Playwright Gabrielle Pina, Presents A Winner in: “Letters From Zora”

    She is a professor, writer, college student advisor, novelist and mother. On Saturday, March 3, 2012, Gabriel Pina added, "acclaimed playwright" to her long list of accomplishments. A packed house at The University of Southern California's Bovard Auditori...
  • Local Young Lady Competes For The Miss Jr. Teen Pasadena Title

    Briana Salmon of Pasadena was recently selected to participate in the 2012 Miss Jr. Teen Pasadena pageant competition that will take place on Sunday March 18, 2012. Briana learned of her acceptance into this year's competition when the pageant announced t...
  • The Onion: A Misunderstood Vegetable

    If there were ever a misunderstood vegetable, it would be the onion. Constantly removed from burgers, banished from first dates and never allowed to play with the cool food in the grocery cart, the onion is often shunned and perceived as an annoying addit...
  • Seeds From The Sower

    There was a man in a mental institution who was a brakeman on a freight train. One cold night his train stopped, but he didn't go out and swing his lantern as a warning. Another train came along and hit the train. Three men where killed. He escaped, but ...
  • Women’s Day Celebration at First A.M.E. Church

    The public is invited to attend the Women's Day Celebration at First A.M.E. Church, Pasadena, 1700 N. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA. on Saturday, March 24 and Sunday March 25. The Saturday event will be a half-day workshop entitled "Pearls of Wisdom," fea...
  • Around the World in 90 Minutes

    I was snuggling down in my easy chair with a riveting book in hand when the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage shared with me an observation. "I just was thinking," she began very seriously, "that we have not taken a trip lately." We once went to Thailan...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW! We seem to be living in an age where there are more questions than answers. There are a number of things that could happen this week, or they could never happen. Here is my version of a list that many fans are concerned abou...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW! We seem to be living in an age where there are more questions than answers. There are a number of things that could happen this week, or they could never happen. Here is my version of a list that many fans are concerned abou...
  • Assemblymember Portantino Pays Tribute to Community Activist Barbara Bigby Named 44th Assembly District “Woman of the Year”

    Pasadena – Assemblymember Anthony Portantino has chosen Altadena NAACP activist and lifelong educator Barbara Bigby as his 2012 Woman of the Year for the 44th Assembly District. Mrs. Bigby will be recognized during a special session of the State Assemb...
  • Department of Transportation and Pasadena Police Step Up Traffic Enforcement Around Schools

    Motorists need to be extra cautious around Pasadena's public schools and police will be watching to make sure they are. That's the simple, but important, message the Pasadena Department of Transportation and Pasadena Police want to communicate with part ...
  • CAL FIRE Highlights the Value of Planting Trees

    California Arbor Week March 7-14, 2012 Sacramento CA – Trees are an essential part of California's climate and are vital to improving the state's air quality and conserving water. To help educate Californians on the value that trees provide to building...

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