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Current Partners are:
Intuit Quickbooks
SMOVE Smart Phone Stabilizers
Dollar Shave Club
Rialto Flooring
Southwestern Vocational College
Eugene Panis Author “The Circle Vision Quest”
Mile Deep International
We also offer opportunities for our Sponsors to be highlighted at our up coming events.
“The Circle: Vision Quest”
Christopher is a twelve-year-old boy who has always had a fascination with Native American Indian Culture. His obsession haunts him with visions and dreams of the past, A sudden freak accident takes him on a Vision Quest, an unbelievable journey back in time where he discovers he was once an Indian named Yuma, Christopher as Yuma learns about the Native American concept of The Circle, and how all …living things are connected, Yuma is also becoming a man, torn between his responsibility as a tribe leader and his passion as a healer, His special gift of visions leads him into an encounter with strangers and forbidden love with a woman named Rose. But when he foresees an attack on his village and images of Rose falling to her death, Yuma must find the courage to save his people and the woman he loves.
Were now up and running on Amazon. You can buy your Signed copy for only $10. Want to cut out amazon we have pay pal, you can order by check and deal direct just message us.


We market and support many local businesses in the local Area in San Bernardino County.We can help update an existing company by making websites and published sales material relevant to todays consumer, show the benefits of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Craigslist & Amazon) and we can and will look into areas that large marketing companies tend to overlook. We can see the big and small pictur…e at the same time.
To provide Relevant Marketing in today’s ever changing climate of technology- based shopping by using new technologies to attract today’s new shopper and slowly integrating the sections of our community that still remain technologically gun shy.


Gem Trees By Eugene Panis

Artist Eugene Panis started creating these wonderful works of art while living in Washington State with his wife Christina. These beautiful trees have graced the likes of some of the finest art shows in washington State and locally at the Riverside City Art Walk.




2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ellen Braunstein
    Mar 27, 2012 @ 22:28:54

    Barbara McGee named 2012 62nd District Woman of the Year

    Barbara A. McGee, the City Clerk of Rialto since 1994, never forgot the opportunities she was afforded growing up in her native Shreveport, Louisiana. Her extended family, friends and church community shared what little they had with everyone. They stepped up with the support she needed to earn a sociology degree at Southern University in Baton Rouge.

    Today, she gives back to her community in numerous ways. She understands the positive guidance that is needed to ensure the success of the city and its residents.

    For her many contributions, Assembly Member Carter named McGee the 2012 62nd District Woman of the Year, an award that earned her formal recognition at the State Capitol on Monday, March 26.

    “She represents the highest level of being an elected public official, but has not lost her sense of community service,” Assembly Member Carter said.

    McGee, who has a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Azuza Pacific University, has secured grants for the City of Rialto that promoted healthy living and another that boosted participation in the 2010 U.S. Census. She has developed a hate crime symposium, a family festival and co-hosted the city’s annual State of the Woman conference and helped organize Rialto’s Centennial Celebration.

    McGee takes community leadership roles often on behalf of the city. A longtime Kiwanian, she has co-chaired the holiday food drive for the East Rialto Kiwanas. She has helped organize Christmas toy giveaways for the Center for Healing Childhood Trauma and has led volunteer efforts for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Rialto.

    McGee distinguishes herself through her work with youth, often mentoring young adults who have gone on to successful careers. She started in the 1990s as a job developer at the Bethune Center in Rialto. She has also helped co-sponsor youth football camps at Cal State San Bernardino and stayed active in Kiwanis Key Clubs for youth. She has hosted international youth in cultural exchange programs and worked closely with seniors and veterans in the community.


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