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The Throne of God Mission Int’l

An appreciation for the presentation of three  HP ProBook laptops.

It’s so overwhelming and amazing that I was short of words to thank you for what had happened. Sir, up still of now the presentation of those dynamics laptop is as fresh as today. I want to sincerely thank you and your team for counting us worthy of sue relief and honor to spend your hard earn resources on us (The Throne of God Mission Int’l.)

Sir I want to assure you that the purpose of those system will be fulfill and will be used to the Glory of God and the benefit of humanity at large,

Our prayer goes to Bishop Shelby, the entire congregation of God’s House Church people under his Lordship. And to your very humble self Rev. Elder Yomi. That the God of heaven and earth will preserve your life and the ministries God hath committed into your hands. You will continue to prosper and blossom in Jesus mighty name.

Our special thanks goes to the President of eREAD program of Albuquerque NM; Mr. Charles Countee for his gift of three (3) HP laptops which were presented by Rev Elder Yomi Fadipe on Sunday July 26, 2015, which also happen to be our women convention. To God be the glory. Please continue to keep the school and children in mind both for financial Assistance (tuition and Scholarship) as well as the Media/Computer Advancement programs,

We are still working on our church building project and the School Registration had been filled with Ogun State Ministy of Education. We believe God for divine provision.

Once more, thank you and remain Blessed.

Rev. Attah Moses

New Mexico OAAA Services Awards Luncheon

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OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARDS APPLICATION LINK

          OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARDS:

 Hyatt Regency Hotel

12:00pm Saturday, June 6, 2015

NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS

Deadline for Submissions is March 20, 2015

 Purpose:

To recognize individuals and organizations who have made significant contributions toward the improvement of life for African Americans in the State of New Mexico.

 Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Must currently reside in New Mexico
  2. Must have made verifiable contributions in a New Mexico community, with measurable successes, in one or more of the following categories:
  • Education Advancement
  • Economic Empowerment
  • Community Development
  • Health Care Advocacy
  1. Unless otherwise noted by nominator, awardees will be notified of their selection by April 24, 2015
  2. Awardees should be available to receive recognition at the awards banquet, or be willing to endeavor to have a representative present

 Selection:

Nominee submissions are scored by three volunteer members of the OAAA Executive Advisory Committee on the following criteria:

Significant Contributions       

Contributions should be scored based on the weight of the individual’s dedication above and beyond the                         regular call of duty.

Participation in Community Initiatives and Events         

Nominee collaborates with other organizations for the better good of their community.

Nominee Verifiable Contributions     

Does the information given prove verifiable contributions in the category individual is nominated for?

Overall Strength of Nominee    

After reviewing nominee information, what is your overall assessment of contributions or successes toward                                   making a positive impact to reduce or prevent disparities in the African American community?

Recognition:

SAVE THE DATE!

Recipients of the award will be awarded during the annual awards luncheon on Saturday, June 6th at the Hyatt Regency Hotel – 330 Tijeras Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 (please contact the hotel directly at (505) 842-1234 for reservation information).

Tickets ($30 per person) and table sponsorships will be available for purchase, visit our website at www.oaaa.state.nm.us.

 

The New Mexico Public Health Association Special Awards

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The New Mexico Public Health Association is soliciting nominations for their annual special awards to be presented during the 2015 Annual Conference at the April 1st  Awards Luncheon. These awards recognize outstanding individual and community efforts to improve public health in New Mexico . If you know any individual(s), organizations or agencies that have impressed you with his, her or their dedication to public service, or that have really made a difference in the health of New Mexicans, now is your chance to recognize them with an award!

The Larrazolo Achievement Award
For a person who has made a lifetime contribution to public health service and has made a major impact locally, statewide and/or nationally.

The Public Health Advocate Award
For an individual, agency, organization, or community that has made a positive health-related change in their community.

Phil Lynch Legislative Award
For a policy maker, advocate, or legislator in any branch of government who has actively worked with communities to improve the health of the public.

Youth Award
For a young person that has worked diligently on public health issues and who has made a difference.

Media Award
For a newspaper, radio, television, or newsletter that has consistently highlighted or brought to public attention health related issues in their reporting.

Jonathan Mann Award
For recognizing someone’s lifetime commitment to public health and social justice issues.

Volunteer Community Service Award
For recognizing a person who has volunteered in their community for many years in ways which serve the public good.

Other Special Award
This award would be for an individual or organization that has accomplished something spectacular during the year, but does not fit into any of the other categories.


These awards can go to anyone who fits any of the above descriptions, whether they work for a government agency, in a school system, a non-profit organization, the prevention arena, legal or public health profession, or are just an interested private citizen. To nominate an individual, organization, or association, please complete the attached Nomination Form and return to Sue Forster-Cox,
sforster@nmsu.edu or Satya Rao, sakrishn@nmsu.edu by 5:00 pm, Friday, March 13, 2015, or mail to NMPHA – Awards, PO Box 26433, Albuquerque, NM 87125. If you have questions about the awards please contact Satya Rao at 575-635-6265.

Please share this announcement with those who may not have e-mail.

Full document is also as an attachment below.

2015 NMPHA Awards Nomination Form – Final

January 20, 2015 Our office will be closed

January 13, 2015

e-READ. Inc

Dear parents and community,

On January 20, 2015 e-READ will be closed. Staff will be sponsoring an event in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Therefore, e-READ will be closed and all programs will be canceled. Sorry for the inconvenience and short notice. We will start back up on January 21, 2015 to continue our regular schedule for the rest of the week and month of January.

If you have any questions, please call us

(505) 232-3134

e-READ. Inc

ALICE HOPPES SCHOLARSHIP

NM African American High school seniors graduating in 2015 should apply. Click on link below for more info about this scholarship. 004370 AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY COUNCIL-ALICE HOPPES SCHOLARSHIP APPS

The Alice Faye Kent Hoppes Statewide Essay Scholarship was developed in honor of Alice Faye Kent
Hoppes for graduating seniors of African American decent across the state of New Mexico. The
scholarship is given every other year in February during African American Day at the Legislature by
the African American Legislative Council.

ALOT Summer School for Educational Transformation (ASSET)

ASSET Summer Application Link

ASSET FLYER

ASSET starts today and will feature ongoing registration!

Take advantage of OUR specials BUY one tuition get ONE tuition free. Breakfast, LUNCH, and a Snack are included!

 

 

The ALOT Summer School for Educational Transformation (ASSET) is a safe and affordable alternative for New Mexico’s youth to keep them competitive and active during summer break. At the low price of $65 a week, ASSET provides innovative Cultural Arts Programming, literacy, and project-based learning for youth ages 5-18 (grades K-12). From July, 7 to August, 8, 2014, students will be part of a small learning community and receive one-on-one support, 9 hours a day and 5 days a week. ASSET provides healthy food, storytellers, dance, and fieldtrips. In order to keep ASSET competitive, intimate, and an environment for critical thinking, we are only allowing 40 students in the program, so apply today! ASSET is conveniently located at the eREAD Inc. site at 8300 Phoenix Ave NE Albuquerque, NM 87110. eREAD offers a secure and rich learning environment with spacious classrooms, libraries, computer lab, workout rooms, a kitchen, locked facilities, and a gated playground. Contact ALOT at (505) 319-9434 or africanaalot@gmail.com for more questions, concerns, or to submit an application.

 

 ASSET’S mandatory​parent meeting is Thursday, June 12, 2014 at

 

 6:30 pm at the EREAD location.Please contact us if you are unable to attend.​ Also, sign up for ASSET’s remind 101. It is imperative if you are interested in the program to do this.

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