LOS ANGELES, CA – On Saturday, November 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Positive Results Corporation (PRC) will be hosting its 3rd Annual ‘STOP THE PAIN’, a teen summit on dating violence, sex trafficking and bully prevention, at California State University Dominguez Hills, 1000 E Victoria St, Carson, CA 90747. This is a free community event designed for youth and young adults ages 12 to 24, and their families. Sessions and workshops include Bully Prevention; Sexting and Texting; Dating Violence Prevention; Sex Trafficking Awareness; Teen Exploitation Warning Signs and several others. Each workshop and session will also feature interactive networking opportunities and honest and helpful tools for creating healthy relationships. Students will also earn 10 community service hours for their participation. PRC’s 3rd Annual Teen Summit will also feature a performance from singer and songwriter, RaVaughn, known for her hit single, “Best Friend.” Youth can register for the event by visiting stopthepain-3rdannual-es2.eventbrite.com. A continental breakfast, lunch and gift bags will be provided. For more information about PRC, sponsorship opportunities or how to get involved, please contact Kandee Lewis, Executive Director at 323-787-9252 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPLAND, CA- United Swag of America will be presenting a special one night only performance featuring music sensation Marques Houston on Sunday, November 17 at The Palace, 1276 W. 7th Street, Upland, CA 91786. In addition to the music performance by Houston, there will be $3 drinks, $2 shots, food and hookah. Platinum producer Tony Touch will also be spinning Hip-Hop, R&B, Latin and Top 40 jams throughout the night. Cover charge is $15 before 10 p.m., and all guests must 21 and over to enter. Concert tickets can be purchased at www.marqueshoustonlive.eventbrite.com. For VIP tables and bottle service please call 702-409-5388.
The San Bernardino City election is partially over and there is the expected run-off for mayor; however, City Council members have been selected. Don’t “hate” on the winners, especially if your chosen candidate did not win. The election is not about creating a winning candidate. It is about electing a candidate that will make the city a winner. If your candidate did not win you still have a representative that needs your input, not to just complain, but to help with solutions. Regardless of who is in City Hall, we each have the ability to help the City of San Bernardino.
I suggest that we start with the one thing that we each can control, which is our individual attitudes. Our attitudes are truly the only thing that we should expect to control. We cannot control everything that happens, but we can control how we respond. It is not important that you did or did not vote for the winning candidate, what matters in that you dedicate yourself to being properly served. Write and congratulate the winner and explain how anxious you are to help. Request a written list of priorities and at the same time make your suggestions as what should be on the list. If you don’t know what you want, how will you recognize it?
The city of San Bernardino will ultimately survive and thrive. Will you be a benefit to its rise from the ashes or will you be attracted to the distractions and eventually give up your stake to the benefit of some opportunistic interloper? I say, “Don’t give up on Berdoo!”