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    The Regalettes, a legacy organization in Los Angeles County known for its longstanding commitment to education, community service, and excellence is thrilled to announce their 65th-anniversary celebration, “A Royal Affair: 65 Years of Excellence.” The luncheon event will include conferring scholarships to college-age students and honoring five deserving individuals with Crown Awards.  It will be ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Just about every area of city government has commission seats up for grabs for everyday people that want to help their community, push policy, grab the attention of decision-makers, and give advice on new projects and programs. Right now, there are 42 vacancies on 28 commissions in Long Beach. Mayor Rex Richardson ...
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    By Edward Henderson California Black Media Last year, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the state’s #CaliforniansForAll College Corps program which has so far provided $10,000 grants to some 6,500 low-income college students as a stipend in exchange for their community service work. Nearly a year after the paid-service program was first announced, the Governor’s office is ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Retirement beckons, and Carolyn Tillman is having a really good time reflecting on what life will be like with a little breather from her regular hustle and bustle about town. She’s been sticking and moving for decades from one community project to the next. But in her spare time, she’s known as ...
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    On Saturday, December 21, prominent civic, political and religious leaders across southern California joined Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA during its 34th annual West Coast Peace Conference in Chino, to discuss ways to resolve conflict with compassion. The special event brought together thousands of people across the religious spectrum (Jews, Christians, Buddhists, and Muslims) and political spectrum ...