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Student Spotlight: Evan and Eric Carthen

Evan and Eric Carthen

Evan and Eric Carthen

SAN BERNARDINIO, CA- Evan Carthen, known on Cal Lutheran University campus as “Mr. President,” will be graduating with a dual major, BA in English and a BS in Political Science on May 14, 2016 along with his twin brother Eric Carthen who will be graduating with a BS degree in Criminal Justice.

Evan will be attending law school in the Fall. He has been accepted to several major universities with scholarships, including Ohio State University and Pepperdine University.  His decision will be announced soon.

The Future Alumni of California Lutheran University, who both will be graduating with honors, have a bright future ahead of them.

 

Excellence by Design Brings Empowering “Gurl…Ask Me Anything” Conference to Riverside

RIVERSIDE, CA-  “Gurl…Ask Me Anything!” is an evening of storytelling and sharing, all part of a dynamic conference aimed at building authentic relationships to help women break free from the fears that hold them back from doing what God has purposed for their lives.

On Saturday, March 19, at the Mt. Rubidoux Seventh-day Adventist Church located at 5320 Victoria Avenue in Riverside, this amazing girls’ night out will feature soul-stirring praise and worship, spoken word, dance, a vendor expo, and inspiring stories by three women who will share how they moved from fear to freedom (#FromFearToFreedom).

Conference goers will hear from former professional soccer player, motivational speaker and author Jasmine Henderson. Her first book, A Broken Vow, was inspired by her life changing journey from virgin to single motherhood at age 25. Josie Aiello, a national recording artist, will share how she chose to leave a successful yet unfulfilling singing,songwriting career to answer “The Call” to sing for the Lord; and Dr. Sally D. Williams, an educational psychologist, author, and life coach, will speak on the importance of keeping your integrity when faced with fearful decisions.

“It’s time to have safe, open, relevant and needed conversations between women of all ages,” said Desiree Foster-Collins, president and co-founder of Excellence by Design.

“Gurl…Ask Me Anything” is open to women from ages 16 and up. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for general admission and 5:30 p.m. for VIP premium ticket holders. VIP guests will be treated to a Meet and Greet with the featured guest speakers, an “Hors d’oeuvres Hour” before the conference, reserved seating, a special VIP gift and more. The program begins at 7 p.m.

Ticket prices range from $10 for students (ages 16-22 years) to $40 for the VIP package. There is also a special pricing for groups of 10 or more and an early bird ticket price of $20 that is available through March 12. After March 12 general admission ticket prices will be $25 per person. Vendor opportunities are also available. Child care will not be provided, and nursing mothers are welcome. For more information, to register as a vendor, and to purchase your tickets online visit excellencebydesign.us.

If you have questions about the conference, or want to know more about Excellence by Design (EBD) call 951-888-0398 or send an email to info@excellencebydesign.us.

What It Do With the LUE: Youth Showcase

By Lue Dowdy

Sing! Dance! Rap! Act! Recite a poem! Play an instrument! Looking for talented youth to showcase is What It Do With LUE this week!

The PAL Center is hosting their 1st Annual Resource Fair and Youth Showcase and LUE Productions has the honor of coordinating it. We’re looking to feature 10 to 15 talented individuals or groups. All information on how to register for this FREE event is located below.

The event is Saturday, April 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2450 Blake Street in San Bernardino. To participate, youth must be 19 and under. Check-in time is from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Each act will be allocated a total of 10 minutes to perform. All performers must have a performance wavier form signed by their parent or guardian and music must be clean and edited.

To sign up, please visit www.lueproductions.org.

The Provisional Accelerated Learning Center (PAL Center) is a community-based organization established to compliment the activities of the structured educational system and provides education and employment services in a non-threatening environment that is easily assessable to residents.