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For the sixth year in a row, Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada (JA) will host its much-anticipated annual poker tournament on Saturday, June 11. Registration begins at 11 a.m. with cards in the air by 12 p.m. For the first time, this year's tournament will take place at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on the Mezzanine Level. Texas hold 'em will be the name of this game. This variation of poker enables a large group of people to play at once with the focus being just as much on the cards as the betting.
National Day of Prayer! May 5th. Dayspring Church is inviting you to a free BBQ and Concert. We will be serving hamburgers and hot dogs along with drinks starting at 6 pm. The concert will be performed by the Pacific Life Bible College tour group from Canada starting at 7 pm. This event is being held at Dayspring Church: 185 Westgate Way, Florence, MT 59833. Everyone is welcome.
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Ww have a ton of movie reviews that we update each week! You can find them here and see what is family friendly (and what is NOT!)
Here's one Scott & Bob really liked! Rachet & Clank! 4.5 out of 5!
This a free showing of the War Room which is being held at Fresh Wind Ministries - 3660 N. Rancho Dr., #108. This event is being sponsored by Family Christian.
Karen Diers is City Director for Refuge for Women. She talks about how to protect our kids from exploitation and human trafficking. She talks about how to identify when something sketchy is going on in your neighborhood. She talks about the after care that Refuge for Women does for the ladies who have been rescued from the bondage of the sex industry. You can reach out to Karen at [email protected]
After the doctors found a polyp on his vocal cords, SOS artist Phil Wickham needed surgery that would save his speaking voice, but could destroy his singing voice forever. Phil shares his powerful story with Dan Young from SOS Radio!
The Nevada Council of the Blind is holding a white cane Awareness walk this coming Sunday, April 24, 2016, from 3 pm to 5 pm.
Walkers will gather at the Paratransit drop off point behind the 4 Queens hotel and casino on Carson St, walk West to Casino Center (turn right), walk North to Fremont Street, walk East on Fremont Street to Container Park. We will be stopping along the way, gathering in a group to cheer and do chants.
Statistics from the American Foundation for the Blind show that only approximately three percent of the blind eligible to use a white cane do so. As a result, few in our community know about white canes as used by the blind to get around.