RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA- You are cordially invited to the Pastoral Installation and Community Celebration of Pastors Samuel and Tamika Casey on Sunday, August 3 at 4 p.m. The theme is “Pastors Given from the Heart of God”, coming from Jeremiah 3:15. Join New Life Christian Church of Fontana at Immanuel Praise Fellowship in Rancho Cucamonga to commemorate and celebrate the Lord’s doing. Attendees are also encouraged to purchase an advertisement, sharing a message to the Pastors or promoting their business and service. Enjoy a time of fellowship and worship! (By Noelle Lilley)
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ALTADENA, CA- Get ready this summer for the annual Socal HBCU Reunion on Saturday, July 12. Hosted by the California HBCU Alliance and the County of LA Parks and Recreation, the Socal HBCU Reunion is an event created to share the culture of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and to build networking opportunities for students and alumni.
The reunion will have incoming HBCU students, current HBCU students and of course HBCU Alumni. There will be multiple activities throughout the day including food trucks, vendors, HBCU competitions and more. Be sure to bring blankets, chairs, and umbrellas. The reunion will be from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Loma Alta Park located at 3330 Lincoln Avenue in Altadena (91001). For more information, you can contact the committee chair, Nicole F. Calvery, at (626) 676-7309. (By Noelle Lilley)
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LOS ANGELES, CA- We all have that one big dream that we wish to accomplish. That dream that will change lives. This is what Creative Director of Fashion Speaks, Joshua Washington, envisioned in his dream, and it came to reality on Tuesday, July 8 with the help of the Los Angeles Urban League of Young Professionals and Cricket Wireless. This was the 3rd Annual fashion show that Washington has hosted entitled, “LA-In-A-Day”, held at the Los Angeles Supper Club in Hollywood.
“With the production of this third installment, we remain firm in our commitment to provide a prominent stage for young designers to showcase their talents”, LAULYP President Abby Harris stated.
‘From the Beach, to the streets, to the office suites’ fashion show is all about giving back. Partial proceeds from the show are donated to support the youth empowerment programs of LA-based non-profit, C.L.I.M.B., Inc. Cosmetics of the show were donated by Ashley Reed of Mary Kay and hair creations were by Hair Republic located in Hesperia, California.
The hosts for the evening were fashion blogger and LAULYP member, Sharick LaMay, and actor Leo Brecken-Ridge. The two vibed well together as they introduced top designer brands which included Zalez Studio, Nour Amini Haute Couture, Drobe, J. Loren, Merlin Castell, Diamond Doll Collection, Krammer & Stoudt, Candy Coated Swimwear, and Nikki Kouture. Prior to the fashion show, celebrity and special guests walked down the red carpet for photo and press opportunities.
For more information on how you can become involved with the Los Angeles Urban League of Young Professionals, please visit www.laulyp.org.