Monthly Archives: July 2014
Subject: Drill Team starts August 4th, 6:00-8:00 Monday-Wednesday..Director Edrick Brooks
Attention — Attention—-Attention—
We are now opening slots for GIRLS
(Sho’Up and Sho’Out Drill Team)
Drill team application’s available (inbox —>>>>
Drill Team starts August 4th, 6:00-8:00 Monday-Wednesday..Director Edrick Brooks
$40.00 to sign up
$15.00 a month
$25.00 uniform (estimate)
(Coming in August!!!)
Sho’Up & Sho’Out
Wake up and smile cause it’s been a while
It’s been like a whole day since I stopped so you could hold me
This child awaits, strong in the faith
Lord, You are the refuge that I can’t wait to get to
Cause I can’t let a day go
Can’t let a day go by
Without thanking you for the joy that you bring to my life
And oooooh there’s something ’bout the way
Your sun shines on my face
It’s a love so true, I could never get enough of You
This feeling can’t be wrong
I’m about to get my worship on, take me away
It’s a beautiful day.
It’s a beautiful day.
The catchy melody of Jamie Grace’s new song “Hold Me” actually first came as a jingle she created while describing her “snuggie.” As she continued to describe her blanket and add words to the tune, she came to the realization that God’s love embraced her so much more than any physical commodity ever could.
“The greatest love I ever knew had nothing to do with a blanket with sleeves, but everything to do with a God that was holding me and would never let me go.”
Jamie Grace is a 21-year-old singer, songwriter, actress a Contemporary Christian musician, and actress from Atlanta, Georgia. In 2010 she was discovered via her YouTube channel by TobyMac and signed to his label Gotee Records. She released the song “Hold Me” in 2011 (landing her a nomination at the 2012 Grammys) and won the 2012 Dove Award for New Artist of the Year.
Jamie performs and speaks throughout the country, despite being diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome at the age of 11. She will be touring with TobyMac this fall, and you can find her on Women of Faith’s Revolve Tour in 2012 as she joins other artists to inspire women in their walk with God.
They say your brain will work tirelessly to achieve the statements you give your subconscious mind. And when those statements are the affirmations and images of your goals, you are destined to achieve them! If you haven’t done so already it’s not too late, you still got time make it a short term vision board for 3 months, it takes 21 days to become a habit…make these last few mnoths the best fews months…Revisit or Revise Your Vision Board> So dream it. See it. Share it. Achieve it. And repeat. Start living you best life now!
Final thoughts on using your completed vision board:
- Look at your vision board often and feel the inspiration it provides.
- Hold it in your hands and really internalize the future it represents.
- Read your affirmations and inspirational words aloud.
- See yourself living in that manner.
- Feel yourself in the future you have designed.
- Believe it is already yours.
- Be grateful for the good that is already present in your life.
- Acknowledge any goals you have already achieved.
- Acknowledge the changes you have seen and felt.
- Acknowledge the presence of God in your life.
- Acknowledge the Law of Attraction at work in your life.
- Look at it just before going to bed and first thing upon rising.
I hope I’ve inspired you to create your own vision board. Your ability to visualize your dreams will serve as a catalyst in their creation.
Shonda Rhimes is keeping it real with “Scandal” again, which comes as a shock for some fans of the show.
She revealed last November she knows when and how “Scandal” will end, but recently she revealed more. She said the political thriller won’t last as many as eight seasons.
The Hollywood Reporter got the details about why Rhimes believes “Scandal” shouldn’t last so long. This comes after she officially confirmed Harrison (Columbus Short) being killed off.
“His absence will be explained definitively. What you think happened to his character happened to his character,” Rhimes said.
She added in reference to the gladiators’ reactions to Harrison’s death, “Olivia, really, but all the Gladiators are. It will be very devastating for Abby in a surprising way. You’ll see how she’s coping with it in a very different way than you would expect.”
But the show will be killed off altogether within the…
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Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley are the latest stars looking for a spot on your bookshelf.
Thanks to series like The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, Beautiful Creatures and Twilight, Young Adult Fiction has never been hotter with readers of all ages. Looking to broaden their horizons (and the brand), the twins told E! News that they’re penning their own run of line of YA books titled Twintuition.
Their first book, Double Vision, is slated to be released by HarperCollins in April 21, 2015. Tia and Tamera haven’t divulged any details about what the series will be about, but prospective readers should expect a fantastic adventure when they crack open the tome.
“We are huge fans of supernatural fiction and have always wanted to write a book that tweens can relate to,” Tia and Tamera said in a statement. “This project gives us a chance to combine both…
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It was 143 years in the making, but Jersey City has sworn in its first Black female firefighter, reports NJ.com.
Tara Walker, 31, a former basketball star at Jersey City’s Marist High School, is now one of six women in the department.
Read more at NJ.com.
“I knew there were a few women; they were teasing me, and things like that,” Walker said in a Ch. 7 Eyewitness News interview.
The diverse class includes two black men, four Hispanic men and an Asian man, city officials pointed out.
“Now today is really a great day because if you look at the 26 men and women sitting to my right, to your left, it really represents everything that is great about Jersey City,” Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop said at the ceremony. “It is a diverse class, it is a young class, it is a motivated class, it is…
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Senior 1000 Coalition
“Soft Image Fashion Models”
Putting on the Ritz Fashion Show
Saturday August 9, 2014
5pm – 9pm
Location: Southwest District Police Department
(In the Gym)
551 North King
This is a fundraiser
Help us Facilitate Our Mission of Helping Indianapolis Seniors
Catered Dinner Served promptly at 5:30 pm
$20 a Ticket
Senior over 70 $10
Contact Callie Sanders at (317) 602-4742