SAN BERNARDINO, CA- WWAM Inc., will be presenting “Intimacy”, a night of all you can eat Indian cuisine, fine dining, drinks, music and fashion. This event is in support of WWAM Inc.’s entity “It Starts At Home (ISAH), a community program which combats child molestation, human trafficking, homelessness and the deprivation of children within the San Bernardino educational system. Saxophonist sensation, J Boykin will be the musical highlight of the evening, along with a fashion show featuring fashions from the ‘Breakfast Club’ by fashion designer Josh Scott. Scott is building a community initiative in assisting the youth of San Bernardino to bring their fashion creativity to life. In addition to the entertainment, the Indian buffet-style cuisine includes vegan and vegetarian friendly food, including curry, goat, lamb, rice, chicken, vegetables, fresh naan and much more. This is a community event with an admission entry of $27 with tables of five available for $135. For pre-sale tickets contact Deborah Winn at 909-890-8674.
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SAN BERNARDINO, CA- Willing Winn Association and Mission, Inc., (WWAM) adopted Juanita Blackly Jones Elementary School on Tuesday, November 5. The adoption ceremony was part of the Adopt-A-School program, a joint effort by the San Bernardino City Unified School District and San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce to forge partnerships between schools and the community. WWAM members are committed to implementing the It Starts At Home (ISAH) program into the school. The CAAP program at the school has already been providing tutoring and meals to students after school. ISAH will assist in being a benefit to the school by bringing in more activities such as sports and music programs. ISAH will also have a parenting education center will they will assist parents in becoming more self-efficient and getting back on their feet through basic living and life skills programs. According to WWAM, Juanita Blackly Jones Elementary School is the first school to be adopted in San Bernardino. To learn more about Jones Elementary School, visit www.sbcusd.com/jones . For more information regarding the Adopt-A-School program, visit www.sbcusd.com/adoptaschool.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA- The 14th Annual ‘Cruizin E Street Veterans Day Parade and Car Show’ will be held Saturday, November 9 at 10 a.m starting at San Bernardino High School and ending at the site of the original McDonalds located at 1398 N. E Street. This year’s special guest is Maria Vidargar Bolding, who at 90 years old is the one of the last remaining original carhops at the historic McDonalds restaurant in San Bernardino. She came to the Inland Empire in 1925 and worked for the two McDonald brothers in 1941.
The yearly parade is presented by Juan Pollo Restaurants and hosted by the E St. Cruizers Car Club and the Inland Empire Military Museum. There are two museums on the property: The Inland Empire Military Museum and the unofficial McDonald’s /Route 66 Museum. Veterans from all branches will be honored that day. Classic cars will participate in the parade and also be on display. Activities take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and are free to the public.
For more information, veterans call 909-888-0477; for information on the car show call 909-838-4071 and for information about the parade and vendor slots call 909-885-6324.