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Participants Commit to Re-focus on the Family at 52nd Annual GLAR Convocation

GLAR (Greater Los Angeles Region) convocation is the one time a year pastors and lay members from 19 churches in this region gather for a weekend of dynamic worship. “Our theme again this year was ‘Refocus on the Family,’” said GLAR Director Royal Harrison. “We are intentional about equipping and strengthening our families, which in turn, we believe, will strengthen our churches and help impact our communities in spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ." The weekend began Friday night with an opportunity for attendees to show off their Bible knowledge during GLAR’s annual Quiz-a-Rama at Los Angeles Adventist Academy. The event continued Sabbath morning at White Memorial church with programs...

Rosemead Korean Church Celebrates 50 Years of Ministry

The first Sabbath in April marked a special day of celebration for the Rosemead Korean church as its congregation commemorated 50 years of ministry.  “We welcome you with open hearts,” said Choon Soo Kim, pastor of Rosemead Korean church, to those in attendance. “Today you are witnesses to how God led us here.” A wave of Korean immigrants arrived in Los Angeles between 1950-1970 and started establishing Adventist churches in the area. The Rosemead Korean church began in 1969 with a small group led by Elder Bass and Elder Park. Families from San Gabriel, Monterey Park, and Temple City worshiped together in the Chantry Flat Recreation Area within the Angeles National Forest. The church and its members...

SCC Is Recognized as a “Patriotic Employer”

A 42A Human Resources Specialist in the military, Danielle de Asis has found an abundance of support in her civilian job as HR generalist at the Southern California Conference (SCC). From hiring her knowing she would need to take regular leave for drill and training, to expressing “excitement at having a soldier on board,” she noted, there have been many ways de Asis has received the message that she is a valuable part of the organization.So this March, de Asis arranged to have personalized awards delivered from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) and presented to Iris Chuah, HR director; Deanna Simeone, HR assistant director...

 

Events

June 23, 2019
2019 Schedule:
Adventurer (ages 6-0): June 23-30
Junior 1 (ages 8-12): June 30 - July 7
Junior 2 (ages 10-12): July 7-14
Junior 3 (ages 10-12): July 14-21
Junior 4 (ages 10-12): July 21-28
Tween (ages 12-16): July 28-Aug 4

Fees:
Basic camp fee per week: $280
4-day camp: $210
Sunday child pick up fee - $5 per hour if camper is not picked up by 10:00 am
International/foreign students - costs may differ (Contact Camp Director for costs/fees)

Info:
818-546-8442 | Until June 13, 2019, Monday-Thursday , 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
909-794-9418 | On and after June 16, 2019
June 24, 2019 9:00 AM
Sign up for summer sports camps for basketball, soccer and volleyball. Summer camps take place at the San Gabriel Academy gymnasium or field June 24-August 1 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. The cost of each camp per child per week is $125.

As an added bonus, we have partnered with San Gabriel Academy Elementary (SGAE) to offer an academic option, as well as childcare for those whose work schedules may require extended care, either in the morning or afternoon. The academic and childcare options require a separate fee. You may register and pay for these options with SGAE directly.

If you have any questions regarding academic day camp or childcare, please contact Debbie Powell at dpowell@sangabrielacademy.org, or you may call the school at (626) 286-6170. If you have any questions regarding sports camp, please contact info@purposeyouthsports.com for additional information.

Summer Camp Dates
Basketball: June 24 - June 27 | 9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 4-14
Soccer: July 15 - 18 / July 29 - August 1 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 7-18
Volleyball: July 22-25 / July 29 - August 1 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 7-14
June 24, 2019 7:30 PM
Join Dr. Wes Youngberg, lifestyle expert and author of Goodbye Diabetes, and Brenda Davis, world-renowned author and plant-based dietician, as they guide you through a hope-filled 8-session video course to reverse diabetes and reclaim your health.

8 sessions from June 8-July 1. Saturday nights at 6 p.m. and Monday nights at 7:30 p.m.

For more info, call Diana Navarro at 562-272-7221, or email PicoHealthMinistries@gmail.com.
June 25, 2019 9:00 AM
Sign up for summer sports camps for basketball, soccer and volleyball. Summer camps take place at the San Gabriel Academy gymnasium or field June 24-August 1 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. The cost of each camp per child per week is $125.

As an added bonus, we have partnered with San Gabriel Academy Elementary (SGAE) to offer an academic option, as well as childcare for those whose work schedules may require extended care, either in the morning or afternoon. The academic and childcare options require a separate fee. You may register and pay for these options with SGAE directly.

If you have any questions regarding academic day camp or childcare, please contact Debbie Powell at dpowell@sangabrielacademy.org, or you may call the school at (626) 286-6170. If you have any questions regarding sports camp, please contact info@purposeyouthsports.com for additional information.

Summer Camp Dates
Basketball: June 24 - June 27 | 9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 4-14
Soccer: July 15 - 18 / July 29 - August 1 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 7-18
Volleyball: July 22-25 / July 29 - August 1 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Ages 7-14