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Capistrano Valley News (Newspaper) - May 29, 2014, Capistrano Valley, CaliforniaTHURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014USEDEEP CAPISTRANO VALLEY NEWS SNAPSHOTS: BOY SCOUTS VOLUNTEER TOR MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS ORANGE county council, boy SCOUTS OF AMERICA Scouts from the Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America attended and volunteered in several Memorial Day remembrance celebrations throughout the county over the weekend. Boy Scouts Troop 724 of San Juan Capistrano placed 20 American flags along Camino Capistrano in observance of Memorial Day on Friday evening. T he project was for the city of San Juan Capistrano. Once they were finished, they honored veterans by placing flags on their gravesites at Mission Cemetery in San Juan Capistrano. Troop 724 wrapped up the weekend by participating in the Memorial Day service with the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Veterans Park on Camino Capistrano in San Juan Capistrano. In addition. Boy Scout Troop 727 of laguna Niguel and Troop 772 of Rancho Santa Margarita placed flags and crosses on gravesites at El Toro Memorial Park in I^ake Forest on Friday. They wen* also joined by other Cub, Boy and Girl Scouts, plus Venture Scouts and veterans. - Submitted by Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America PHOTOS: COURTESY Of TIM GUNNCMANN Boy Scouts of Troop 724 carry American fiaqs that they displayed alonq Orteqa Htqhway and Camino Capistrano in San Juan Capistrano on Friday. Why I am still alive today Matthew Stevenson and Jesse Pickartz, Boy Scouts of Troop 724 in San Juan Capistrano, place a flaq at a qrave in Mission Cemetery. Andy Gunnemann, Jesse Pickartz, Mat* thew Stevenson, Cory Hirose and Kevin Hirose of Boy Scouts Troop 724 place a flaq at a veteran's qrave. av HERMAN REYES guest columnist “Ari' you a priest or a minister? Of what church?” I was often asked tho**** questions when my wife and I were speaking to guests of the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel we met during a walk along the Loach by the Salt Creek Park of Dana Point. When asked this, I replied with asking, “Have you heard of the Seventh-day Adventist Church? I’m a retired minister of the church " If they were not acquainted with the church, I discovered that the major Sty of them have heard about Loma Linda University Medical Center, which is one of the church’s med ; leal institutions, and its pity* I Deering work on infant heart transplants or its proton treatment center for cancerous diseases. I grew up as a farmer in the Philippines, My father taught me how* to smoke when I was 4, since smoke j drove away a swarm of in-i sects that followed my wrork animal, a water buffalo, when I crazed it. A bite from these small insets was more painful thalj a mosquito bite.    * When I finished gr$J« school, I went to an Advjn tint academy and then tj a college run by Amerism ministries    * I attended the school Wot because I was an Advent* *. but because it offered wrk to poor students like inc who w anted to work ti&ir way through school. With* in school I learned to understand the Gospel and accept its invitation. I aSv* learned how to overcome my addiction to smoking and drinking. The health teachings of th*1 Seventh-day Adventist Church has helped me IfVe longer and live a mufti more meaningful and frijjt ful life I am HP; very few filipinos live t his long. Except for weak knees. I’m still! )K and going strong. So strong that whenever I save enough money for airfare. I visit my homeland and teach at my alma mater « Adventist University of the Philippines. * Herman Reyes is a retired minister of the Seventh day Adventist Church. CHABAD CELEBRATES SHAVUOT HOLIDAY CHABAD JEWISH CENTER Chabad Jewish Center is welcoming the community to a special Shavuot service with special holiday prayers, reading of the Ten Commandments and dairy lunch on Wednesday. An ice cream party and holiday program for community kids will also take place. Yizkor memorial services are set to take place June 5. Shavuot is the second of the three major festivals -Passover being the first and Sukkot being the third. It comes exactly 50 days after Passover. The word Shavuot means “weeks” and marks the completion of the seven weeks between Passover and Shavuot dining lf you go Wednesday 10:30 a.m.: Shavuot service and holiday prayers Noon: reading of Ten Commandments 4 p.m.: children's Ice cream party and holiday program June 5 12:30 p.m.: Yizkor memorial services Where: Chabad Jewish Center, 30804 Pacific Coast Highway (across from Montage Laguna Beach) For more information: chabadoflaquna.com or 949- 499-0770 Source: Chebec) Jewish Center which the Jewish people prepared themselves for the giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai. Some customs of the Shavuot holiday include the decoration of homes and synagogues with fragrant flowers and greenery in honor of the beautiful blooms that grew on Mt. Sinai. Other customs include an all-night Torah study on the first night of Shavuot and eating dairy foods such as cheesecake and cheese blintzes. - Submitted by Chabad Jewish CenterBuddhist teacher NEIGHBORHOOD CONCREGA' ONAL CHURCH or LAGUNA beach Neighborhood Congregational Church of Laguna Beach welcomes Kyabgon Phakchok Rinpoche to speak and teach Wednesday. Phakchok Rinpoche is a Rinpoche, a high religious leader and teacher in Tibetan Buddhism. His presentation, “The Five Qualities of Great Compassion,” is a topic of great interest for Christians and Buddhists alike. Phakchok Rinpoche is abbot of several monasteries in Nepal, assists monasteries and practice centers in Tibet, heads dharma centers in North America and Asia and teaches wide Iv at various locations around the world. Rinpoch-e’s teachings are direct, lively and practical, with a strong emphasis on the view of the Great Perfection, the uncontrived, non-ooneentual meditation of Mahamudra, the tireless implementat ion of the Bodhisat! va’s conduct, and the Mahayana’s teachings on wisdom and compassion. The free event is open to the public and begins at 7 p.m. The church is at 340 St. Ann’s Drive. For more information,    visit ncclaguna.org or call 949- 494-8061. - Submitted by Neighbor hood Congregational Church of Laguna Beach Tell us about \»>ur church's special events and charity or volunteer opportunities. Email Community Editor Nick Brennan at nbrennan a < *crvtf ister.com.to visit Neighborhood Church COURTESY Or NEIGHBOR HOOD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Kyabgon Phakchok Rinpoche will speak at Neighborhood Congregational Church on Wednesday. imestMOVIE NIGHT e<>    L    l    k    e jmH '1 VVnhiftt* s! £-xiii In im t’.ipMt .irui ( -V ‘Ut1. *■*«,., ® i) I>» hfcl ’ I \ im! tin lu»tti"U )oi*it rn I.>vs n. Rn k n    , A lull ri-'.|,Hir,int iv Uh lull mus ne awl a nuw it' Uw'.tHv* I nun the    awl    hum ta ill the it sliniMnl tv* m any ot our un ii i loriu HYV while von watch your Itll** j mn HUI BrofiaBHKe -Re* Go to www.RegencyMovies.com for tickets and Five other Orange County Locations to Serve You imp wm wsEisiwiiwiNWrite about faith and values We’re looking for readers in the community to write about religion and their beliefs. Whether you’re a rabbi, pastor, ward bishop or imam, or a devoted congregat ion member, we want to hear about your faith. 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