Community Outreach Ministry recognized for its mentoring services

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Andrew Silva, principal of Aspire Community Day School, third from left, accepts a certificate of recognition for Community Outreach Ministries’ service as mentors from Opal Hellweg, legislative assistant for 3rd District Supervisor Chuck Washington, second from left, with mentors and volunteers from Community Outreach Ministries, including science teacher Martha Switzer, left; Carolina Hernandez, marriage family therapist, center; Mona Davies, mentor and co-founder of Community Outreach Ministries, center right; Laverne Williams Schoonover, mentor and Aspire counselor, second from right; Marc Ang, mentor, right, and Bob Davies, STEM instructor and co-founder of Community Outreach Ministries, back row. Valley News/Community Outreach Ministry photo
WILDOMAR – In recognition of their service as mentors to local youth, Mona Davies and her husband Bob were awarded a certificate of recognition in December from Supervisor Chuck Washington of Riverside County’s 3rd District. The Davies are founders of Community Outreach Ministry, a nonprofit organization that has helped thousands of at-risk children since 2000. The organization provides positive social, safety, educational and vocational opportunities to children impacted by parental incarceration and high-risk youth. The Davies wrote “Children’s Liberation from Incarceration Breaking Cycles New Beginnings.” The certificate honored the mentoring services the Davies offered youth for a recent “Gearing Up For ST
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