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The Good News Coffee House Tour Kicks off in Riverside

RIVERSIDE, CA — “Life in His Hands” Christian Newspaper will launch the first of many evenings bringing music and a message to different coffee houses throughout the Inland Empire. The first stop of The Good News Coffee House Tour is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 26, at Daily Brew Coffee House, located at 2955 Van Buren Boulevard in Riverside.

“There is something about the casual atmosphere,” says Pastor Chris Thompson. “There are many people who don’t go to church who may be more comfortable starting their Christian walk at a local coffee shop, especially when they can ask questions one-on-one.”

Each evening will begin with a time of praise and worship led by local worship leaders. A message will be given, and followed by a chance to ask questions. Each night of the “Good News Coffee House Tour” will focus on taking the gospel to the public in a casual environment.

Additional Saturday evenings throughout the fall and winter are now booking. For more information about tour, please visit LifeinHisHands.org/tour.

Obituary: Ida Elizabeth Verrett Newell

Ida Elizabeth Verrett Newell

Ida Elizabeth Verrett Newell

Ida Elizabeth Verrett Newell, 76, of San Bernardino, CA, passed away on September 4, 2015 in Moreno Valley, CA. Born in New Orleans, LA on November 14, 1938; she was the daughter of the late Leo Sr. and Lilla Verrett and sister to the late Darryl, Gloria, the late Leo Jr., Lynn, Merlin and the late Michael Kevin.

She graduated from J. S. Clark High School, New Orleans, LA, in 1956 and married the late Cleve Newell, Jr. in 1959. They lived together in New Orleans, LA, and gave birth to their first son, Cleve III in 1960 before relocating to San Bernardino, CA. Their second son, Tyrone LaMarr, was born in 1962.

In addition to being a full-time mother, she earned her Associate Degree from San Bernardino Valley College and dedicated herself to St. Anthony School and Church where she was the President of the Parent and Teacher Association and head coach of the girls’ basketball team. Ida loved music and dancing and was an avid sports fan.

For recreation, she enjoyed bowling, watching thoroughbred horse racing and hanging out at casinos and with her dearest friends. After her sons completed college, Ida dedicated herself to community service where she was elected to the Northwest Redevelopment Project Area Committee and worked for Catholic Charities and the City of San Bernardino.

She is survived by her sons, Cleve III of San Bernardino, CA, and Tyrone LaMarr of New York, NY; two sisters, Lynn Riley and Gloria Moore, both of Shreveport, LA; one brother, Merlin Verrett of New Orleans, LA; dearest friends Maria Wilson of Rialto, CA and Cynthia Green of San Bernardino, CA; and many other relatives and dear friends.

The Memorial Service was held on Monday, September 21 at Mark B. Shaw Mortuary, 1525 N. Waterman Avenue in San Bernardino.

Learn the Art of Franchising at the largest Multi-Cultural Franchise Expo collaboration in 2015

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The Multi-Cultural Franchise Expo will be on Thursday, October 15 and Friday, October 16, 2015. All are invited out to participate in this year’s expo where a dynamic list of industry speakers, plus practical Franchise-related education, finance and real estate sessions for franchisees and business owners seeking to learn more about franchise opportunities come together.

Your participation as a sponsor, an exhibitor with a booth and or a keynote speaker, will help bring together franchisers, investors, trainers and the public at this premier event with the largest pool of culturally diversified franchise buyers in Southern California.

The expo starts at 9 a.m. on Thursday, October 15 with workshops, bank interviews, business plan training, and seminars. Friday October 16, 2015 starts with workshops from the IRS, the board of equalization, SBDC centers, tax assistance professionals and EDD training. There will be hundreds of exhibitor’s through-out the two day event.

This Multi-Cultural Franchise Expo will be the leading franchise event of the year in the Southern California region. We have teamed up with several chambers of commerce including the Hispanic chamber of commerce, The Asian business association, The Black Chambers of Commerce, The Veterans business association, and many city and government officials. Join us at the Ontario Airport Hotel & Conference Center, as we bring together all of Southern California, for your opportunity to present your offer to many potential franchisees.

For a detail schedule of event and sponsorship information contact 951-250-3999 or visit www.MultiCulturalFranchiseExpo.com