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The walk demonstrates support for individuals and their families who suffer from mental illness and recovering addicts. It also celebrates those in recovery and honors organizations providing prevention, treatment and recovery support services.
It’s success depends upon people willing to lend their voices to the message that long term recovery is a reality. The stigma surrounding mental illness and addiction comes from lack of information. It’s time for the public and legislators to learn that investment in prevention, treatment and recovery support is an investment in the health and economic welfare of our communities.
Participate as a walker, start or join a walk team or contribute as a donor. Get started!
On Saturday May 10th 2014 the Jimenez/Cockrell family's home burned down in a fire. It was a total loss. Making it worse many treasured belongings of David (their father who passed away suddenly about about 12 years ago) were lost. Finally their house is almost done being rebuilt and they are getting ready to move in. It has been a rather long journey and they need some help cleaning up the backyard of the house. All the belongings that were fire and water damaged are back there in a big pile. They need all the junk removed from the backyard.
It is recommend to bringing work gloves, or even latex gloves at a minimum and wearing long pants and sturdy closed toe shoes. There is a shed that needs to be emptied and all the junk in backyard.
On Wednesday, May 18, the Neon Museum will host a Times of the Signs lecture, “Are We There Yet? Remembering the Family Road Trip.” Presented by Susan Sessions Rugh, the discussion will cover Rugh’s research on motels and the evolution and impact of the family vacation on society. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.
Attendance at “Are We There Yet? Remembering the Family Road Trip” is FREE, however advance registration is required. For more information about this program, go to www.NeonMuseum.org/happenings.
Holy Tabernacle Outreach Mission is hosting a community event with LIVE music along with a spoken word feature from I.C. Jonez. It's free and you're invited! (Food will be available for purchase at a minimal price)
The address is 4357 Corporate Center Dr Suite 410 in Las Vegas NV, 89030
National Day of Prayer is Thursday May 5, 2016! Community leaders, politicians, pastors and business leaders will meet at the Clark County Government Center Outdoor Amphitheater from 12:00 noon-1:00pm! (500 South Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89155)
VIA de CRISTO is based on the fundamentals of Christianity, concentrating on the person and teachings of Jesus Christ. The focus is not on VIA de CRISTO itself, but on the environment of the community of believers. The objective of the movement is to inspire, challenge and equip people for Christian action in their homes, churches and communities.
Victory's Keenagers' Ministry invites you to come and participate with us on Saturday, May 21, 2016 for our Annual Senior Health Fair, 500 West Monroe Avenue, Las Vegas, NV from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Our goal is to inform seniors about health, recreation opportunities, cosmetics, medical, and protective services available within our community. We have 35 plus vendors excited to share their knowledge and literature. Many vendors will be passing out samples as well. There will be door prizes awarded every hour of the Health Fair. Food and refreshments will be available. Education is the key to knowledge at any age! Therefore we encourage all seniors -- family and friends too -- to come out and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!
Come One Come All Community Fun Day and White Elephant Raffle sponsored by Journey United Methodist Church.
When: May 1, 2016
Where: 4800 E Bonanza Rd
Time: 11:00 a.m. til 2:00 p.m.
Drawings at 1p.m.
There will be a bounce house for the kids to play
Bake Goods, hot dogs, drink and chip
If you would like to Worship with us before the Community Event worship is at 10 a.m.
Come and have some FUN with Journey United Methodist Church.
“FIFTH FRIDAY FAMILY FUN NIGHT”
Friday, April 29th from 5pm – 7pm
Canyon Community Church – 3270 N Harvard St., Kingman, AZ
FREE FAMILY FUN
Live Music, Grilled Burgers & Dogs, Door Prizes,
Life Size Games (Jenga, Kerplunk, Tic Tac Toe)
Bring a friend.
See you there!
Integrated Senior Care is hosting a free Grief and Loss Community Support Group. This monthly event is open to the public. Meetings are held on the first Friday of every month at 6:30pm at the Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church 611 N. 2450 E. in St. George, UT For questions call Integrated Senior Care @ 435-628-8944.