Relay for Life Zumba Party

Relay for Life Fundraiser on February 18th.

It’s a Zumba party!
There will be lots of dancing/excercise, refreshments & FUN! The money raised goes to the Rialto Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society. I know that most everyone knows someone that has fought the battle with Cancer. We are raising money to help fund research & services for those fighting Cancer so that hopefully soon no one has to hear the words ” You’ve got Cancer”.
The brochure is attached. You can get tickets @ the Rialto Racquet & Fitness Club or by contacting one of the Rialto Relay for Life committee members below.
Michelle Leonard 909 815-5418
Delynda Kobbe 909 816-3364

Rialto Branch Libary Calendar

Words from WILMER AMINA CARTER

I can honestly say as a registered republican that I will truley miss this Assemblywoman she has fought hard for our city and this district. Yet I havent always agrred with her positions I have never doubted where her heart lies. She love and cares for her children and her district below is her letter in the voice of the people in the San Bernardino Sun Paper.

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As a daughter of a World War II soldier, I was privileged and personally touched to participate in a ceremony at Arrowhead Credit Union Park awarding the Congressional Medal of Honor to five Inland Tuskegee Airmen in 2007. They were Buford Johnson, Harlan Q. Leonard Jr., Laska H. Jones, Robert Boyd and Charles Ledbetter (posthumously).

These brave heroes fought prejudice and discrimination to fight the Nazis in the air. They represented the 996 airmen, crew and staff who trained at the Tuskegee Army Air Field in Alabama during World War II. Four hundred and fifty pilots were sent overseas and completed 1,578 successful missions. Sixty-six men made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for our freedom.

Known as the Red Tails, this squadron of black fighter pilots achieved an extraordinary feat. They not only overcame the racism, they went on to become one of the most respected and decorated regiments in history. They opened doors not just for black Americans, but for anyone who aspires to achieve their dreams in the face of enormous challenge.

Their courageous story is well-chronicled in the new George Lucas film, “Red Tail.” The film’s release is a focal point for our celebration of black achievement in American history this month. I hope many of you will join me in seeing this film to honor the Tuskegee Airmen and to share their legacy with younger generations.

Assemblywoman WILMER AMINA CARTER 62nd District

VIP Grand Opening at Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlor

Ok everyone sorry I have been scooped by every other blogger that went to the Grand Opening but I think we might have a prospective they didn’t. I wasn’t able to attend this event due to a full card of work http://www.facebook.com/pages/Davids-Marketing/156816741049580 . The following review was done by a very talented person watch out for this young lady she is going places and making her mark.
Lauren Mastalski runs her own blog called http://insomniaticthoughts.tumblr.com/
Laurens blog is extremely successful and has tons of advertising requests. What is most impressive is she donates all the money to charity.
Lauren and her sister were tasked with attending this event and reporting back, and here it is:
Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour Review
    On December 6th, 2011, Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour hosted their VIP event as part of their grand opening for their new location in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
 The environment at Farrell’s was very upbeat and exciting with tons of employee jingles, horns, urgent siren ice cream delivery and music.
 The employees’ generosity also made it a very enjoyable and memorable experience.
The food was delicious, if you’re looking for a tasty vegetarian treat you must try the Bruschetta balsamic Pizza!
As for their desserts, they were absolutely extravagant and they carry an extensive list of sweets to choose from.
 Farrell’s offers great deserts for large families or parties too, such as, “The Hot Fudge Volcano” which consists of 30 different scoops of ice cream! Myself and a guest went to the VIP event and ordered 2 drinks, 2 entrees, and two desserts; our bill came out to $53 after tip.  I highly recommend Farrell’s to families and friends looking to have an exciting time but this is not the place for a romantic date.

FARRELLS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

HEAR YE’ Hear YE’!!!!!

We are excited to announce the GRAND OPENING of our Rancho Cucamonga location! Tomorrow, Friday, December 9th at 11:00 am, be there to witness Farrell’s triumphant return to the Inland Empire!

Seating will be a first come, first serve basis. We will start taking reservations tomorrow morning at 11:00 am for parties beginning December 26th of 8 or more. Farrell’s will begin offering party packages beginning in January 2012.

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!

To contact us by phone, please call 909-989-8777

Rancho Cucamonga location:
10742 Foothill Blvd.
Terra Vista Town Center Shopping Center
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

We’ll be open 11am – 11pm Monday – Sunday for at least the next couple of weeks.

Farrell’s Honors Our Military

Farrell’s Honors Our Military On The 70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor With An Appreciation Event Who: 400 Active U.S. Service Members and Veterans at Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour Restaurant

What: The soon-to-open Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour Restaurant in Rancho Cucamonga is honoring 400 local active military, veterans and their families today from 6:00pm to 9:00pm providing free dinners, ice cream, event souvenirs and appreciation songs as America remembers the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Farrell’s has teamed up with the non-profit organizations Heroes and Patriots and A Million Thanks to bring the military personal to this event and is raising much needed funds for these groups during its pre-opening celebrations. Each military member will receive a package of 500 thank you letters from the A Million Thanks organization collected from grateful Americans from all over the United States. Patriotic thank you songs will also be performed.

When: Wednesday December 7, 2011 from 6pm – 9pm. Prime time for media will be 6:15pm – 7:15pm.

Where: Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour 10742 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga (Haven and Foothill Blvd)

Visuals: 100,000 thank you letters in packages of 500 will be distributed. Four hundred active military (many in uniform) and World War II and Vietnam Veterans participating.

Interviews:  Michael Fleming, CEO, Paul Kramer President, Farrell’s Restaurants Bill Snell, President, Heroes and Patriots organization Shauna Fleming, President, A Million Thanks.org Active U.S. Service Members and Veterans

Websites:  Farrell’s – www.FarrellsUSA.com Heroes And Patriots – www.heroesandpatriots.net   A Million Thanks – www.aMillionThanks.org

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