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Hearts Of Champions…USA Women Soccer Team Claim Gold Cup!

By Johnni Matthews
The USA Women’s Soccer Team showed their opponent, Japan how “Hearts of Champions” play to claim victory!  What a way to avenge the loss to Japan in the previous World Cup held in 2011 by just romping over them in the first 16 minutes of play!  USA scored a record 4 goals in the fastest time ever recorded in a World Cup!
Our USA Women’s Soccer Team made history becoming the ONLY team to win three World Cup Championships!   Gold. Gold & Gold!  Another record set was the most goals scored in a game in FIFA Women’s World Cup history!
Congratulations to the USA Women’s Soccer Team!  As a NBA Hall of Fame Coach quoted, “Don’t ever underestimate the heart of a CHAMPION!”
USA won 5-2 over Japan to claim the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
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Photo Credit: Nick Koza
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Men of Distinction with Assmeblymember Cheryl Brown

Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown (D-San Bernardino) hosted her annual Men of Distinction program on Friday, June 26, in Fontana. During the event, six outstanding men were recognized for their dedication to activism and community leadership. The 2015 Men of Distinction include (L to R): San Bernardino City Councilman Rikke Van Johnson, 6th Ward; Pastor Samuel J. Casey, New Life Christian Church; Larry Burgos, a lifetime community advocate based in Bloomington; Paul Rasso, Colton Parks and Recreation Commission; Rialto City Administrator Michael Story; and James McNaboe, a community volunteer and veterans advocate (not pictured).

Assemblymember Cheryl R. Brown (D-San Bernardino) hosted her annual Men of Distinction program on Friday, June 26, in Fontana. During the event, six outstanding men were recognized for their dedication to activism and community leadership. The 2015 Men of Distinction include (L to R): San Bernardino City Councilman Rikke Van Johnson, 6th Ward; Pastor Samuel J. Casey, New Life Christian Church; Larry Burgos, a lifetime community advocate based in Bloomington; Paul Rasso, Colton Parks and Recreation Commission; Rialto City Administrator Michael Story; and James McNaboe, a community volunteer and veterans advocate (not pictured).

Roxanne Williams Launches Campaign for Ward Six Seat on San Bernardino City Council

Roxanne Williams

Roxanne Williams

SAN BERNARDINO, CA– Educator, community advocate, and city Parks and Recreation Commissioner Roxanne Williams is running for the Ward Six seat on the San Bernardino City Council.  Williams will be a voice for working families. As a member of the city council, she will fight to create jobs in San Bernardino, and restore fiscally sound management to the city –including improved basic services, stopping the threats of the closure of our community centers, libraries and parks, and fixing the potholes and street lights.

“I’m running because San Bernardino can do better,” said Williams. “I’ve proven that I know how to get results.  We can be a model community for southern California.  We must fix up our neighborhoods and make them safer, bring in good jobs, and reinvest in our children — but we can do none of that unless we restore our fiscal house. We need a new vision for San Bernardino and the 6th ward that will help our families.”

Williams has assisted in building a playground in a park on the West side, and identified unmet needs as a Parks and Recreation Commissioner.  As a bilingual Spanish speaker, she has worked with leaders in both the African-American and Latino communities to engage students and parents, helped coach small business people in three local Chambers of Commerce, and empowered neighbors from several blocks to form their own neighborhood watch programs.

 

Local community leaders, including Hardy Brown, II, and Sherman Garnett, San Bernardino County Trustees, and small businessman Shab El Awar have pledged their support.

“I have worked with Roxanne for the past three years and have seen her dedication to parent and student engagement for residents on the West side. Her passion to see student success shows by how hard she is always willing to work,” said Hardy Brown, II.

Williams was a Teacher of the Year in 2001, was a Top 10 Teacher in 2011, nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), and
continues to work as a Program Specialist in San Bernardino City Unified School District. As a single mother with five children, ages 13 to 24 years old, she knows howhard San Bernardino families work and what it’s like to struggle. She also knows how to succeed in tough moment.

“We have so much potential in San Bernardino, but we can’t lift our people up if we don’t fix our finances,” said Williams.  “I’ve worked on budgets and finance throughout my private and volunteer career—and I served on my church board for 14 years. I’ll be ready on day one to tackle the big problems our community faces.”

For more information, visit RoxanneCanWin.com and hear what she’s up to at Facebook.com/roxannewilliamsforcouncil.