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Friday, May 9 from 6:00 PM-to 9:00 PM
Club HisHop LV
3945 E Patrick Ln
Las Vegas, NV 89120
You are cordially invited to celebrate with me my debut single release concert at Club HisHop LV.
You have been so supportive either by purchasing my music or attending one of my shows.
It's going to be an inspiring night filled with music and ministry. I have been working on creating a show that you WON'T want to miss.
This is a family event! All ages are welcome. Event: FREE
There will be merchandise for sale and other surprises.
Please come on out be inspired and See you there !
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Heaven's Door Single
WHAT - Family Appreciation Celebration
WHERE - CALVARY CHAPEL MEADOW MESA, 3740 W Cheyenne Ave. North Las Vegas, NV 89032
WHEN - 3 -4 pm
FAMILY APPRECIATION CELEBRATION is part of our goal to S.I.N.G. - Sow Into Next Generation. There is a high percentage rate of Christian families struggling to stay together these days but we’ve found that the Family Appreciation Celebration is really helping the mom and dad to reconsider. Aside from the awesome music and inspiring message, toward the end of the service, Leon asks married couples to stand up and renew their vows as they look into each other’s eyes. What’s exciting, is that the children are watching! And in most cases, they have never even seen their parents say such heartfelt words to each other!
We thought everyone knew about traumatic brain injury/depression but unfortunately we had to learn about this through a family member, friend, associate and even ourself. Please attend/walk at our Walk 4 Awareness of TBI/Depression walk on 08/23/2014 11:30am at Sunset Park in Las Vegas, NV and we are going to have a face painter, water, soda, karaoke, church worship team, Christian music and snacks. Call us to get registered at 855-333-5888 x1700 and if you are unable to attend the walk you can still help us right now to raise funds by a donation of up to 10,000.00 each if able right now.
The Harmony Handbells & Summerlin Ringers, directed by Janet Ty & Bradley Hendricks, will present their Spring 2014 Handbell Concert on Sunday, May 18, 4:00 p.m., at the First Christian Church, 101 S. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas 89106. The lively program will range from sacred to Broadway, classical to pop, international favorites to original bell compositions. The event is free, open to the public & handicap accessible, with ample parking at the church. A "meet the musicians" reception will follow the performance. For more info, call (702) 363-7428, email firstname.lastname@example.org, check www.harmonyhandbells.com for updates or follow "Harmony Handbells" on Facebook.
Ugandan Orphans Choir, www.childcareworldwide.org, to perform at Destiny Church
Children Rescued From Poverty Bring Message of Hope Through African Folklore, Music & Dance
Destiny Church will be hosting two free performances of the Ugandan Orphans Choir on May 25 at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
This will be the choir’s only appearance in Southwest Las Vegas and will delight audiences of all ages with vibrant costumes, indigenous music and folkloric dances featuring children who have been rescued from poverty and are now a voice for those who are still waiting to be sponsored. Each year, the choir tours around the country and gives people an opportunity to provide children in developing countries with an education and a hope for a future.
Hope for Prisoners will be conducting a 14-hour Reentry Mentor Certification Training course to qualify new mentors. The training will provide necessary tools to be effective throughout the duration of the mentoring process. MENTORING IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS!
“The most important part of programs geared toward helping people change the course of their lives is mentoring. People cannot be expected to be successful doing things they've never done before without someone to walk through those times with them. Jon Ponder and the team at HOPE for Prisoners is helping people achieve sustainable life change by providing skilled, trained, and compassionate mentors to accompany them on the journey”
- Tim Burch, Director, Clark County Department of Social Service
A night of culinary tastes from top Las Vegas restaurants, beautiful and heart-warming children’s art, great silent and live auction prizes, and good friends gathering for a good cause is planned to help children with cancer. An Evening of Hope will be Friday, June 6 at 7 p.m. at the World Market Center, located at 495 S. Grand Central Pkwy, Ste. #2203.
The epicurean-style experience and cocktail reception fundraiser will raise money for the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada. The nonprofit provides support, education, hope and advocacy through programs and services for children and adolescents with cancer and their families in Southern Nevada.
Join us at the Old Las Vegas Fort, located at 500 E. Washington Ave, in Las Vegas. Shirley Nelson will be visiting us from Tuba City, Arizona, the heart of the Dine (Navajo) Nation. Shirley grew up the child of a single mother who supported her young family with simple bead work earrings and other jewelry. Thus, Shirley learned her craft at a very young age, and is now a gifted artist who is passing the tradition of fine bead work, and the craft of Heishi and Cedar Berry necklaces and bracelets, down to her own grandchildren. She will appear with her daughter-in-law, Charmayne Nelson, who specializes in beaded bracelets. Both ladies will demonstrate how they make the beaded jewelry and Shirley will demonstrate how dream catchers are made with a small loom and hide.
Life Baptist Church is hosting a Laugh All Night Comedy Concert at Life Community Center located on 6316 S Tenaya Way in Las Vegas, NV 89113 on Sunday, May 4.
We are offering two shows: 4:00pm and 6:30pm.
This is a free comedy event for the entire family. Children ages 5 and above are welcome.
Please register at www.lifebaptistchurch.com/laugh to reserve your tickets and for more information about the event.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has joined forces with the Nevada Black Police Association and Victory Outreach Summerlin to present Choose Purity. The event arose out of the middle school girl who was severely beaten and left in a coma by other female students. As girls develop and mature they fall into four obvious traps; drugs, sex, gangs and prostitution. We will have detectives from each of these details present to educate our girls on what happens when they become involved in these situations. We will also be providing counseling, education and resources. For more information contact Regina Coward at 702-884-7282 or email at R4006C@LVMPD.COM