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Come out and join us at Life's MOPS annual community garage sale held on the grounds of Life Community Center at 6316 S Tenaya Way in Las Vegas, NV 89113 from 7:00am - 1:00pm on Saturday, April 18.
Life Community Center is located on the SW side of town; cross streets: Sunset/Tenaya.
We are preparing for the 1st annual FOUND FILMS Fundraiser, “Huge Church Parking Lot Sale”.
We will have a parking lot full of activities and sellable items- furniture, clothing, antiques, business vendor booths, silent auction area, kids activities, food vendors and many other fun and exciting things.
We are a local non-profit organization raising funds for a great cause, to purchase film equipment so that we can support local schools and other non-profit organizations, by donating our media services to film and document their events and the history of their programs. We invite you to join us for this amazing day! The event will be held on Saturday, May 30th from 7am to 1pm.
The location will be at 8100 Westcliff Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89145.
A NIGHT OF HOPE AND RECOGNITION OF OUR VETERANS at Christian Life Center in Layton, 2352 East Highway 193. The VIP Meet & Greet will be at 5:30pm. $30 per person/$40 per couple (includes 1 signed book). Main Event at 6:30pm with FREE admission. Speakers include Dave Roever, Utah AG Sean Reyes and Kathleen Tesori. Go to www.clclayton.org for more information.
The Seniors & Masters 5K Money run is sponsored by Vegas Running Connection (501 c-3) and designed to promote health and cardiovascular fitness for Senior Citizens and Masters 40+ age runners that normally would not qualify for prize money.
The 5K course at Kellogg-Zaher Park begins on the far southwest side (top of the large paved oval, next to the tennis center). It circles the 11 soccer fields to the east, makes one complete loop, plus another 3/4 loop. Finish line and registration is alongside the elevated grass park.
This fundraiser will be held at Applebee's in Victorville on April 11th, 8:00-10:00 a.m. The finances raised will go toward reaching boys and girls for Christ in the high desert. Child Evangelism Fellowship of the High Desert has 19 Good News Clubs. A Good News Club is held in a public school once a week for one and half hours. The children sing songs, learn a memory verse, a Bible lessons is taught and applied to the lives of the children. An invitation to receive Jesus as their Lord is given every week. A missionary story about real missionaries are taught. A review game is played after the Bible lesson to see if the children understood what was taught. Good News Clubs are free. Every year CEF High Desert has 1,000 children enrolled in Good News Clubs.
This is our 7th year collecting diapers, wipes and money for the First Choice Pregnancy Center in Pahrump, NV
CHURCH PARKING LOT SALE & FUND RAISER: Sat. 04/11/14,
at OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN CHURCH, 59 Lynn Lane,
(look for the cell tower windmill)
Lg. variety of misc. items, including sale of baked goods, hotdogs, chips, and beverages.
Funds raised will be used for church improvements.
For more info., and to reserve space/table see Sandy, located at our Food/Bread Ministry inside Fellowship Hall. Or call 702-278-7987 and leave a message.
The 11th Annual Charity Golf Classic will provide hot meals for the hungry, shelter for the homeless, clothing, and basic needs for the less fortunate in our community.
Nevada Community Associates will host a Masquerade Ball Charity Event – “Unmasking the Face of Homelessness” – on Saturday, April 25th from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Orleans Hotel & Casino. Tickets are $100. Visit www.nvcai.org or call (702) 522-9962 for more information.
This event is an annual fund raiser to help raise funds for women’s recovery care. Most women have little if any funds for their recovery services and great efforts are made to raise funds for their care in this long term faith based program. The program is not federal or state funded and is not funded by insurance companies. Fund raisers throughout the year provide the finances to hire staff to provide services that will enable them to live free from drugs and alcohol. Housing, counseling, communication skills, vocational training and full time accountability are provided while they learn life skills to lead successful lives in the future.