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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Just as they do when they’re
cleaning a runway or the deck of
an aircraft carrier, 120 crewmem-
bers of a Navy ship visiting Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Port Hueneme, formed a Foreign
Object Damage Line and scoured
Ventura’s Harbor Cove Beach for
an Earth Day community rela-
tions event Saturday, April 20.
Together with about 50 Sailors
from NBVC, the crew hauled in
a couple of hundred pounds of
trash.
“We would have stayed longer
and done more, but there was no
more trash to pick up,”Religious
Program Specialist 3rd Class Te-
resa Bomba said of the two-hour
cleanup she helped organize.
The USS Pinckney (DDG-91),
an Arleigh Burke-class guided-
missile destroyer, underwent sys-
tems testing at Naval Surface
Warfare Center, Port Hueneme
Division, last month. Capt. Ben-
jamin Nicholson said he wanted
the crew to take part in a com-
munity relations event for Earth
Day, so they joined in with the
cleanup already being organized
by NBVC’s Religious Ministries
Team in conjunction with the
City of Ventura.
The city’s volunteer coordina-
tor had planned to have the Navy
join the rest of the community in
cleaning Surfers Knoll at Ven-
Earth Day celebrated
with beach cleanup
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Just as they do when scouring a flight deck or runway for debris that
can fly up and damage aircraft, crewmembers of USS Pinckney (DDG-
91) form a Foreign Object Damage Line during an Earth Day community
relations event Saturday, April 20, at Harbor Cove Beach in Ventura.
Crew from visiting ship volunteers to
join Naval Base Ventura County in
scouring local shoreline
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
PSSA Kathleen Moreno of Personnel Support
Detachment, Naval Base Ventura County, works
on a T-shirt in support of sexual assault victims.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
When Kathleen Moreno was growing up in the
Virgin Islands, rape was everywhere.
“It was an everyday occurrence,” she said. “Too
many people don’t say anything. They put it under
the rug, and then people think it’s OK.”
Today Moreno is a personnel specialist seaman
apprentice with the Personnel Support Detachment
(PSD) at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC).
On Wednesday, April 17, she stopped by the Fleet
Sailors speak out against sexual assault
WHAT’S INSIDE
WHAT’S AHEAD
With Field Day, above, Kids’ Day
and the annual spouse appreciation
event put on by the Fleet & Family
Support Center, this is the time of
year to say thanks to dependents.
May 16 Lighthouse
A group from the Combined/Joint
Civil Military Operations Task Force
walks across the new Tapuac
footbridge in the Philippines. The
construction project was part of
exercise Balikatan. Page 18.
Ken Wernau, manager of the Auto
Skills Center, shows Barbara Owens
what to look for during a vehicle
inspection at the intermediate-level
Miss Fix-It Class, put on by the Fleet
& Family Support Center. Page 4
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Question: I would like to see an archery range return
to Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu. There is so
much land here, and archery leaves no waste, such as lead,
brass or paintballs. Unlike paintball, archery requires no
obstacles to leave behind — just fat land with no current
use. Currently there is no place for people to train or teach.
There has been a spike in archery sales since the Olympic
Summer Games and the movies “The Hunger Games”
and “Brave.” If there are 50 yards of fat land anywhere
we should immediately designate it an archery area. No
studies, boards, meetings or evaluations are needed — just
a sign that says, “Clean up after yourself and no shooting
wild animals.” Thank you.
Answer: Thank you for your interest in an archery
range at Naval Base Ventura County. I loved “The Hunger
Games,” but setting up an archery range is not as simple as
just fnding 50 yards of fat space and putting out a call for
archery enthusiasts.
As you pointed out, archery ranges do not require ob-
stacles. They do require targets, backstops, safety measures,
monitoring and upkeep. The U.S. Navy requires that any
recreational archery range ensure that all targets are prop-
erly backstopped and that shooting stations are at least 16.5
feet apart and aligned to the designated target in accor-
dance with BUPERSINST 1710.11C, 1915 (a) and Military
Handbook 1037/3, 6.1 (c) and Figure 55a.
Additionally, warning signs must be posted and non-
participants must be kept away from the fring range. It is
recommended that the range be supervised at all times, and
that an on-duty range offcial check all equipment prior to
use.
With grounds maintenance, this adds up to both a lot of
equipment and regulatory concerns in addition to manpow-
er and training issues — before we even begin to examine
the environmental impact and risk to the endangered and
threatened species that inhabit our facility. In the current
fscal climate, funding to support an archery range is a
low priority. If interest remains high, we will re-examine as
funding allows.
Keep the questions and feedback coming! You can sub-
mit via this forum at lighthouse@navy.mil, online using the
CO’s Suggestion Box at http://cnic.navy.mil/ventura/index.
htm or at www.Facebook.com/NavalBaseVenturaCounty.
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CommunityCalendar
NATIONAL DAY OF
PRAYER: Anyone
with base access is
welcome to join the
Religious Ministry Team from 10
to 11 a.m. at the Seabee Chapel,
NBVC Port Hueneme, for prayer
and fellowship. Info: 982-4358.
2
TEEN SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT
WORKSHOP: 4 to 6
p.m., Hueneme Teen
Center, Bldg. 1439, 34th St.
Develop interview, resume and
application writing skills. Info: 982-
4218.
9
May
101 DAYS OF
SUMMER: 8 a.m. to
noon, safety fair, NBVC
Port Hueneme Grinder.
Also, from 9 to 11
that morning, a trauma team from
Ventura County Medical Center will
give a presentation at Point Mugu
Theater. Safety fair will be repeated
May 16 from 8 a.m. to noon at the
Bldg. 36 parking lot, Point Mugu.
9
TEEN SUMMER JOB
FAIR: 5 to 9 p.m.,
Hueneme Youth
Center. Youth 16 to
18 years old interested in summer
employment with Child Youth
Programs at NBVC can find out
about available positions and get
help with applications. Information:
Teen Coordinator Kecia Ciccotti,
kciccotti.navyteencenter@gmail.
com.
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MILITARY AND
YOUTH REcOgNITION
DINNER: 13 will be
honored at the Navy
League’s 46th annual event. 6
p.m. social hour; 7 p.m. dinner,
Oxnard Elks Lodge, 801 S. A St.,
Oxnard. $35. Reservations: Bob
Quinn at 805-485-3995 or Arlene
Fraser at 805-985-3559. Open to
the public.
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Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty (NBVC) continues to show
strong performances in the
2013 Corporate Games, tak-
ing home gold medals in
beach volleyball and minia-
ture golf.
As of Friday, April 26, the
base was in second place in
its division, trailing the
County of Ventura and just
ahead of Amgen.
The men’s softball team
took home a bronze medal,
as did a second miniature
golf team. The base also par-
ticipated in kickball.
Upcoming events include
flag football, bowling, go-
cart racing, golf, dominos,
spades, Texas Hold ‘em and
Tug-O-War. Participants pay
$5 per event and can register
with Gerry Legaspi at the
Aquatics Center, 805-982-
4753.
Closing ceremonies are Sat-
urday, May 11, at Harbor
Cove, adjacent to Ventura
Harbor on Spinnaker Drive,
Ventura.
The Corporate Games, now
in their 24th year, are hosted
by the City of Ventura and
pit local companies and or-
ganizations against one an-
other in more than two doz-
en events.
Base stays strong in Corporate Games
PHOTO BY DEAN BARAO / NSWc PHD
As the Naval Base Ventura County beach volleyball team works
its way to the gold medal in the 2013 Corporate Games, Colin
Farrell of Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division,
spikes the ball as Lisa Rotty of Naval Facilities Engineering and
Expeditionary Warfare Center looks on. The game was played
Saturday, April 20.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Accompanied by Brigadier Gen. John
C. Hanley, program manager of the Fa-
cilities Security Forces in Riyadh, the com-
manding general of Saudi Arabia’s Fa-
cilities Security Forces visited the Center
for Seabees and Facilities Engineering
(CSFE) at Naval Base Ventura County,
Port Hueneme, Friday, April 19.
Major General Saad Mohammed al
Majed and five members of his team met
with CSFE leaders to discuss how the
available training can best meet the needs
of Saudi students.
The delegation is visiting several mili-
tary training centers in the United States,
including the Naval Post Graduate School
in Monterey, the U.S. Army Engineer
School in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and
the National Defense University and Na-
tional War College in Washington, D.C.
Capt. Kevin Brown, commanding of-
ficer of CSFE and the Civil Engineer
Corps Officer School (CECOS), and Lt.
Cmdr. Nathan Paukovits, executive officer,
provided the delegation a brief overview
of the 156 courses offered and focused the
discussion around the CECOS’ Basic Of-
ficer Qualification Course. This course
currently has one Saudi student in atten-
dance and will have two in the next offer-
ing, which begins in June.
The 16-week Basic Course was created
during World War II and will graduate its
254th class in May. Its goal is to orient
newofficers to their role as Civil Engineer
Corps (CEC) officers in the Navy and the
Department of Defense and to provide
the foundation to be immediately effective
upon assuming the duties of their first
billet. All students in the course have an
engineering or architecture college degrees.
The course teaches students how to suc-
cessfully apply their knowledge and skills
to be effective leaders in both peacetime
and warfighting environments.
“It used to be much shorter — two to
four weeks — but it has since been ex-
panded to include all facets of what CEC
officers do,” Paukovits explained.
Brown and Paukovits discussed with the
Saudi delegation
visits officers’
training facilities,
NCTC classes
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIgHTHOUSE
Major General Saad Mohammed al Majed, commanding general of Facilities Security
Forces for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, checks out the air conditioning unit of a 2010
Ford Crown Victoria during his April 19 tour of the Naval Construction Training Center
classrooms.
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Atotal of 360 pounds was lost during the
10-week Biggest Loser programat the Bee-
Fit Wellness Center at Naval Base Ventura
County, Port Hueneme.
The winner of the contest, Rebecca Pine-
do, lost more than 15 percent of her
weight.
What made this event different than the
previous competitions was the requirement
that everyone showuptoa weekly workout.
Anyone who didn’t was dinged $5 unless
prior arrangements had been made.
“I think it worked pretty well,” said Ra-
mona Pagel, fitness manager at NBVCand
the organizer of the event. “People had to
be accountable to not only weigh in every
week, but also to keep their appointment
with a fitness instructor. That was motiva-
tion to keep working.”
A total of 29 people started the contest
and 17 stuck with it to the end.
ChristinaMartinez came insecond, losing
13.76percent of her weight, andEstelaMar-
tinez came in third, losing 13.45 percent.
Pagel said many of the contestants now
have a steady workout routine.
“They’re less fearful of the gym and feel
they can continue to pursue their fitness
goals,”she said. “This is just what the contest
should be.”
Pagel charged everyone $50 to register.
Everyone paid $1 at every weekly weigh-in,
an extra $1 if their weight stayed the same
and a $1 penalty for each pound gained.
There was a $3 penalty for missing a weigh-
in, as well as the $5 penalty for missing a
workout.
Those figures added up. The first-place
winner took home $944.75, second place
garnered $661.25, and third place earned
$283.50.
The contest ended April 15.
360 pounds disappear in weight-loss contest
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Seven women who admitted
they knewvery little about their
cars learnedhowtochange their
own oil and perform a vehicle
inspection during a recent in-
termediate-level Miss Fix-It
class put onby the Fleet &Fam-
ily Support Center (FFSC).
The class was heldat the Auto
Skills Center at Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Port Hue-
neme, where they workedonthe
undercarriage of a car on a ve-
hicle lift.
With help fromKen Wernau,
manager of the AutoSkills Cen-
ter, FFSC Work and Family
Life Consultant Brittany Bar-
ton, who grew up working on
cars, showed the women howto
operate the lift, find the oil pan,
line up the oil drain pan, use an
oil filter wrench and take out
the drain plug.
“Youcangotoany autoparts
store andsomeone canhelpyou
find the right oil filter,” she ex-
plained. “You want to replace
the filter every time your change
your oil.”
The Miss Fix-It classes are
designed to help people learn
more about their cars, become
more confident about working
on them, and save money by
doing basic maintenance them-
selves.
The basics class, held in the
parking lot outside the FFSC,
goes over the critical parts of an
engine; how to change a tire,
headlight, taillight and wind-
shield wipers; and howto check
fluid levels, including the oil.
The intermediate class covers
the oil change andhowtocheck
for uneven tire wear and dam-
age to the undercarriage.
Leanne Miller, who’s expect-
ing her first child with husband
Engineering Aide 1st Class Da-
vidMiller of the Naval Facilities
Engineering and Expeditionary
Warfare Center, said she might
change her own oil at some
point in the future, but not
now.
“Maybe later in life I will,”
she said. “But evenif I never do,
I understand what it takes and
I’m better educated about my
vehicle.”
Auto Skills Center hosts Miss Fix-It class
Photos by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Kelly Coughlan, a work and family life consultant at the Fleet &
Family Support Center, appreciates the gloves as she learns how
to change oil during the intermediate Miss Fix-It class.
Barbara Owens looks for
uneven wear on tires during the
intermediate Miss Fix-It class.
Michelle Pollock, a work and
family life consultant at the Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Fleet & Family Support Center,
learns how to change the oil in
a car at the intermediate Miss
Fix-It class.
The next Miss Fix-It basics
class is from 10 a.m.
to noon Saturday, May
4, at the Fleet & Family
Support Center, Naval
Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Port Hueneme. The
next intermediate class
is from 10 a.m. to noon
Saturday, June 29, at the
Auto Skills Center, NBVC
Port Hueneme. To register
or for more information,
call Brittany Barton at the
FFSC, 982-3726.
Next class May 4
June 7 marks the 50th anniversary
of President John F. Kennedy’s visit to
what was then known as Naval Ord-
nance Test Station China Lake and
Naval Air Station Point Mugu.
If you or someone you know would
like to share a personal memory or
photograph fromJune 7, 1963, the Na-
val Air Warfare Center Weapons Divi-
sion Public Affairs team would like to
hear about it and possibly publish it in
The Lighthouse and other venues.
Submissions should be sent to De-
siree Jones at desiree.jones@navy.mil
no later than May 15.
Remember JFK’s visit?
Local news has been filled with re-
ports about the possibility that Ormond
Beach wetlands could be submerged
and Port Hueneme’s Surfside Drive
could be lost at sea during the next se-
ries of winter storms.
That’s because Port Hueneme Beach
Park received only a fraction of the 1.2
million yards of sand it typically re-
ceives from the sand trap in Channel
Islands Harbor every other year.
Local author Cherie Brant has writ-
ten a book titled “Shifting Sands”about
the early history (1960-1985) of Chan-
nel Islands Harbor, and will be present-
ing an illustrated lecture as the featured
speaker at a free meeting at 2 p.m. Sun-
day, May 5, in Prueter Library, 510 Park
Ave., Port Hueneme.
Jon Sharkey, a councilman for the
city of Port Hueneme who recently re-
turned from Washington, D.C., after
lobbying the Army Corps of Engineers
for more sand, will be on hand to an-
swer questions.
Beach erosion discussed
A total of 1,094 state and federal in-
come tax returns were prepared this
year at the tax center at Naval Base
Ventura County, Port Hueneme.
The tax returns yielded $1,236,349 in
federal refunds and $144,321 in state
refunds. This was the first year the cen-
ter was self-service.
“Based on the client surveys, I believe
our numbers will continue to increase.”
said Salvador Gonzales, the legal as-
sistance clerk at the Region Legal Ser-
vice Office, Detachment Ventura, who
has coordinated the tax center on base
since 2002.
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Moving to a new school in a new state
means newfriends andnewroutines. Unfor-
tunately, it canalsosometimes meangaps in
learningor relearningthesamematerial from
a previous school.
Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
will help to eliminate such difficulties com-
mon to military-connected students.
TheCCSSinitiativeis astate-ledeffort that
establishes a single set of clear educational
standards for kindergarten through 12th
grade in English, language arts and mathe-
matics that states voluntarily adopt. The
standards aredesignedtoensurethat students
graduatingfromhighschool are preparedto
enter credit-bearing courses in two- or four-
year college programs or enter the workforce.
Thestandards areclear andconcisetoensure
that parents, teachers and students have a
clear understanding of the expectations in
reading, writing, speakingandlistening, lan-
guage and mathematics in school.
Sofar, 45states, the District of Columbia,
four territories and the Department of De-
fense Education Activity have adopted the
CCSS. Therefore, many school districts
around military installations will be imple-
menting CCSS over the next fewyears. The
states, including California, that have ad-
opted CCSS are home to approximately 80
percent of all military-connected children.
Prior tothe adoptionof CCSS, eachstate
haditsownprocesstodevelopandimplement
academic standards or expectations. This
autonomycausedagreat deal of disparityin
content, rigor and standards fromone state
to another. For the military-connected stu-
dent, this disparityoftenresultedinstudents
not having prerequisite skills or knowledge
or having to repeat content when they tran-
sitioned.
All students needtobepreparedfor success
in college or the workplace, wherever their
post-secondary endeavors take them. All
students are entitledtoahigh-qualityeduca-
tion no matter where they live. All students,
especially our mobile military-connected
students, should know that standards and
expectations for academic excellence will be
consistent as they move.
The Common Core State Standards were
written by building on the best and highest
state standards in existence in the United
States, examining the expectations of other
high-performingcountries aroundthe world
and careful study of the research and litera-
ture available onwhat students needtoknow
and be able to do to be successful in college
andcareers. Nostateinthecountrywas asked
tolower their expectations for their students
in adopting the Common Core. The stan-
dards areevidence-based, alignedwithcollege
andworkexpectations andinclude rigorous
content. Theyweredevelopedinconsultation
with teachers and parents from across the
country, sothey are alsorealistic andpracti-
cal for the classroom.
High standards that are consistent across
states provide teachers, parents andstudents
with a set of clear expectations that are
aligned to the expectations in college and
careers. The standards promote equity by
ensuring all students, no matter where they
live, are well prepared with the skills and
knowledgenecessarytocollaborateandcom-
pete withtheir peers inthe UnitedStates and
abroad.
Unlike previous state standards, which
were unique toeverystate inthe country, the
Common Core State Standards enable col-
laborationbetweenstates onarange of tools
andpolicies, including the development and
implementationof commoncomprehensive
assessment systems to measure student per-
formance annually that will replace existing
state testing system.
The CCSS is a step in the right direction
for military-connectedstudents. Local school
districts arecurrentlyplanningandbeginning
the implementation process. Over the next
couple of years, students moving to new
schools should begin to feel more consis-
tency between the schools’ academic stan-
dards and learning goals.
— For more information about any K-12
related question, please contact the NBVC
school liaison officer at 805-989-5211 or
email monica.james@navy.mil.
CCSS provides consistency for military-connected students
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PRD. PCS. HHG. PSD.
These terms in the Navy are associ-
ated with the reality that our job is one
of constant change and adjustment, not
only on a professional level, but also at
the family level.
In a few weeks, my family will begin
the journey to our next duty station. For
every new chapter to begin, an old one
must close.
As we prepare to bid farewell to Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB)
3, I am reflecting on the impact the Sea-
bee community has had on me person-
ally and professionally.
Chaplains are trained to meet the
needs of both the Fleet and the Marines.
However, upon checking into NMCB 3,
I quickly discovered that Seabees and
their families are unique, and their ex-
peditionary mentalities create a culture
all their own.
As I adapted to this culture, I began
to identify key themes that make up the
heart of this community. In short, Sea-
bees are incredibly motivated, resource-
ful and resilient.
“Motivated”
My job provides me the privilege of
meeting face-to-face with every Sailor
who checks in to the command. During
these meetings, we discuss the role of
the chaplain’s office, and I point each
Sailor toward essential resources. How-
ever, the main function of these meet-
ings is to connect personally to each
troop.
When listening to their story and life
journey, I am able to catch moments of
passion and emotion often connected
with excitement about getting on a proj-
ect and making a difference in the life
of a person, family or community.
I have found that Seabees are extreme-
ly motivated to employ their unique skill
set in support of hearts and minds mis-
sions.
“Resourceful”
During our last deployment to Euro-
pean and African Commands, I was
surprised at how our unit received “last
minute” tasking (at least, to my limited
perspective) and amazed at how quick-
ly and efficiently the battalion was able
to plan, man and deploy to accomplish
the assigned mission.
I learned that while there are specific
guidelines that leadership and troops
must adhere to, within those limits any-
thing is possible. Regardless of obstacles
or unexpected difficulties, I witnessed
detail after detail adapt and overcome.
Seabees are creatively resourceful and
dedicated to mission accomplishment,
living up to their motto of “Can Do!”
“Resilient”
What has impacted me the most,
though, has been walking with troops
as they navigate not only the pressures
of their profession, but also the chal-
lenges that come with balancing their
personal lives, too.
During my time with NMCB 3, I of-
fered guidance and care to countless
troops as they managed the spectrum
of life circumstances while still remain-
ing locked in and focused on their task-
ing, understanding that their crew or
shop was relying on them to do their
part.
Seabees are powerfully resilient and
capable of managing a higher degree of
stress than most of their peers.
I count it a great blessing to have wit-
nessed, first hand, these overarching
qualities of the Seabee community, and
I will forever count myself as a chaplain
to the Seabees wherever I find myself in
the fleet.
Hoorah, 3! Hoorah, Seabees!
Seabees: motivated, resourceful, resilient
Chaplain’s
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with Lt. Matt
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NMCB3
Seabee Chapel
Port Hueneme
Building 1433
Phone: (805) 982-4358
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 9 a.m.
Choir rehearsal: Tuesday, 6 p.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 11:15 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Christian Bible Studies
Women’s Bible Study: Tuesday,
10 a.m., “The Book of Judges”;
Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., “Unglued:
Making Wise Choices in the Midst
of Raw Emotions.” Childcare
provided.
Men’s Bible Study: Thursday, 11:30
a.m., “30 Life Principles.” Lunch
provided.
Soup Fellowship Study: Sunday, 5
p.m., “Prophecy 101.” Potluck.
Catholic Religious Education
Pre-K through high school
Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Chapel of Faith
Point Mugu
Building 121
Phone: (805) 989-7967
Protestant
Episcopal service: 11 a.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 9 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 8:15 a.m.
Thursday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Worship schedule
Registration is nowunder way for Vaca-
tion Bible School, scheduled for July 15-19
at the Seabee Chapel, Naval Base Ven-
tura County, Port Hueneme.
The theme of this year’s event, which
runs from 9 a.m. to noon all five days, is
“Sky: With God, All Things are Possible.”
Children ages 5 to 12 may attend. Teenag-
ers and parents are invited to volunteer,
and a nursery will be available for parents
who need child care while they’re volun-
teering.
Registration closes July 1. To enroll your
child or for more information, call the
Seabee Chapel at 982-4358.
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Eight teams with four golfers
each took part in the April 12
Navy-Marine Corps Relief So-
ciety (NMCRS) Annual Fund
Drive tournament at the Seabee
Golf Course, Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Port Hue-
neme.
The tournament netted more
than $400 for the organization
that provides emergency finan-
cial help and budgeting assis-
tance for active duty Sailors,
Marines and their families.
Seven NMCRS volunteers
helped during the tournament,
checking people in, placing
signs on carts and performing
other much-needed duties.
Final figures on how much
money was raised during the
fund drive won’t be available
until later in the month, but
organizers said they were
pleased with the overall re-
sults.
“From the response we’ve
had in raising funds and orga-
nizing events, I can attest the
hearts and minds of the Sailors
and Marines in the Ventura
County area are in the right
place,” said Lt. Daniel Monte-
ith of the Naval Supply Fleet
Logistics Center, this year’s co-
ordinator for the fund drive.
“There is definitely a greater
level of knowledge around
NBVC of what NMCRS is all
about, and that means we have
achieved the first goal of this
fund drive, which is to raise
awareness.”
Golf tournament nets $400 for NMCRS
Photo by Lorraine ShaLLenberger / nMCrS voLunteer
Lt. Daniel Monteith, coordinator of this year’s Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society’s annual fund drive, looks over the April 12 benefit golf
tournament sign-up sheet with Capt. Larry Vasquez, commanding
officer of Naval Base Ventura County. The tournament drew eight teams
of four players each.
• The NMCRS office is
open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday through Friday. It
is located in the NBVCPort
Hueneme Welcome Center,
2600 Dodson St., Suite 1.
Information: 982-4409.
• The NMCRS Thrift
Store is open from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Mondays and
Wednesdays and is located
in Bldg. 829, at the corner
of Harris Street and 15th
Avenue, NBVC Port Hue-
neme.
• A Budget 4 Baby class
is at 10 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 14, in the NMCRS of-
fice.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Ask a junior high school stu-
dent what he’s doing this weekend
and chances are he’s not going to
say, “I’mgoing to make a disaster
kit!”
The AmericanRedCross hopes
that just once — just for a few
hours — that kid will change his
mind.
A Red Cross crew from Ven-
tura County recently visited the
Military Kids Club at E.O. Green
Junior High School in Oxnard to
stress the importance of disaster
preparedness.
Fires, flash floods, earthquakes
— they discussed all of them in
terms of what to do, where to go
and, most of all, how to be pre-
pared if one happens.
Meg Tracy, a preparedness co-
ordinator from the Santa Bar-
bara office, led the workshop
while Judy Stahl and Curt Baker,
volunteer coordinators for the
Red Cross Service to the Armed
Forces program, looked on.
“What goes in a disaster kit?”
Tracy asked the students.
She had pictures of different
items that the youngsters could
add or leave out.
A basketball? No.
High heels? A pair of sturdy
shoes would be better.
An iPod? How would you
charge it if it ran out of batter-
ies?
A dog’s leash?
That stopped them cold.
“It would kill me if I couldn’t
bring my pet,” one student said.
The dog’s leash stayed, as did
dog food and a bowl.
The group talked about the
need for non-perishable foods, a
radio and a first-aid kit.
A can opener?
“I can’t think of anything
worse than opening up a disaster
kit and there’s all these cans of
food and no can opener,” Tracy
said.
A teddy bear?
They agreed that a young child
might need one.
“It’s a comfort item,” Tracy
explained. “You’ve got to think
about not only surviving, but also
what’s going to keep you com-
fortable. It might be good to add,
but it’s not a necessity.”
Stahl said junior high school is
a perfect time to start talking
about disaster preparedness.
“They’re at a good point where
they can start taking responsibil-
ity,” she said of this age group.
“They might need to help a
younger brother or sister. They
need to think about that.”
It’s especially important for
children in a military family, she
said.
“With deployments, it’s quite
possible there’s only one parent
home for long stretches at a time,”
Stahl said. “It’s not too early for
these kids to get started thinking
about what they would do if
something happened.”
Military Kids Club is orga-
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port Center and is set up at sev-
eral schools. For more
information, call 982-5037.
For more information on Red
Cross disaster preparedness
workshops, call Stahl at 322-
2677.
Red Cross teaches military kids
what to do if a disaster strikes
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Susana Jacobs, who’s a member of the Military Kids Club at E.O. Green
Junior High School in Oxnard because her brother, Gary Banuelos, is
overseas with the military, attends a disaster response class taught by
Meg Tracy of the American Red Cross.
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By Kimberly Gearhart
NBVC Public Affairs
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Emergency Manager Brian Edsinger
knows the Tsunami Hazard Zone signs
he’s placed around the installation are
getting a lot of attention.
That’s the point.
“Pretty much all of NBVC sits in a tsu-
nami hazard zone,”Edsinger said. “Mak-
ing people aware of the danger is the first
step in preparing them to respond.”
Edsinger launched an effort to get
NBVC certified as Tsunami Ready by the
National Weather Service (NWS) as a way
to improve the installation’s emergency
response planning. After beginning the
process, he decided to push for Storm
Ready certification as well.
“It’s just a few more steps to get Storm
Ready certified, and it will be useful for
the command during emergencies,” Eds-
inger said.
According to the National Weather
Service, 90 percent of all presidentially
declared disasters are weather-related,
accounting for nearly 500 deaths and $14
billion in damage annually in the United
States. Storm Ready communities are
considered to be better prepared for di-
saster thanks to planning, awareness and
education efforts.
Preparing for StormReady certification
involves making sure a community has a
variety of communication tools and emer-
gency plans in place.
“It’s essentially a checklist. It’s more
about seeing what you have and what you
need, then filling those gaps,” Edsinger
said.
Communication is critical in any emer-
gency, so it is also a key piece of Storm
Ready certification. NBVC’s has myriad
communication tools, ranging from desk-
top and telephone notification systems
to social media outlets like Facebook and
Twitter.
The facility is also working to revitalize
the use of the 1610 AM radio station,
previously used for special event an-
nouncements, as an emergency commu-
nication tool. Currently, the broadcast
can be heard at Point Mugu but not at
Port Hueneme, due to an antenna issue.
Eventually, the facility will be covered
by an outdoor broadcasting systemcalled
Giant Voice, which will serve to notify
residents of emergency situations or re-
quired evacuations. In the interim, police
and fire personnel have plans in place to
use loudspeakers to accomplish the same
mission.
As part of the certification process,
Edsinger and NBVC’s duty officers took
part in spotter training with NWS. Spot-
ters are the “eyes and ears” for the base
and NWS during weather-based emergen-
cies or tsunamis. They’re trained to look
at the signs of severe weather and make
reports that help NWS and leadership
make decisions about weather incidents
and emergency response needs.
“You see spotters used a lot more in
the Midwest, where tornados are a big
concern,” Edsinger said.
“Here, they’re really going to be an as-
set for the command and the emergency
operations center.
Spotters at NBVC are trained to look
for signs of severe weather and oncoming
tsunamis.
“But whether it’s storms or tsunamis,
public awareness is key. People need to
knowwhat the dangers are and knowthat
we’re prepared for them,” Edsinger
said.
The final step in becoming a certified
Storm Ready/Tsunami Ready commu-
nity is an on-site inspection with NWS.
Edsinger expects NBVC to become certi-
fied later this month.
Tsunami signs part of National Weather Service certification
Photo by Kimberly Gearhart /
NbVC PubliC affairs
These Tsunami Hazard Zone signs around
Naval Base Ventura County are part of an
effort to have the National Weather Service
certify the base as Tsunami Ready and
Storm Ready.
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Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
This late 1960s Chrysler Newport Custom is expected to be sold later this year at a Naval
Base Ventura County car lien sale, along with others that have been abandoned at auto
storage areas on base.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Two car lien sales took place last month
at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC),
and more are expected as base officials
get rid of automobiles that have been
abandoned at vehicle storage facilities on
base.
“It took awhile to make sure we had
the correct procedures that complied with
both Navy regulations and state laws,”
explained Ken Wernau, manager of the
NBVC Port Hueneme Auto Skills Center,
which is operated by Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR).
But now that everything is in order,
Wernau hopes to clear out some more
space — and bring in more money for
the auto center.
The first two sales brought in $1,200.
Among the eight cars sold during the
April 8 and April 15 sales were a Chevy
Impala for $114 and a Renault Dauphine
for $113. Other cars included an Oldsmo-
bile Cutlass, a Honda Passport, a Lincoln
Continental and a Ford Mustang.
Every car, Wernau said, looked
“rough.”
“There’s no guarantee they are in work-
ing order,” he explained. “We don’t know
the condition of the car when we sell
it.”
The minimum bid on each car is $56
to cover the cost of having a lien com-
pany do all the paperwork. Wernau ac-
cepts bids, then awards the car to the
highest bidder. So far, only two people
have entered bids, but he expects more as
word of the sales spreads. The sales are
announced on Facebook, on the NBVC
MWR page.
Lien sales aren’t rare; bases in the San
Diego area have several a year, Wernau
said.
Wernau has been at the Auto Skills
Center for three years and many cars
there predate him. Currently, Mugu’s
vehicle lot is full, with 42 cars. The Hue-
neme lot has 108 spots and 75 vehicles.
“We’ve had cars here five years or
more,” Wernau said.
People pay $30 a month to store their
cars, and occasionally they come in and
work on them.
“They’re ‘project cars,’” he explained.
But others are owned by people who
haven’t made a payment in years. Those
vehicles are the ones that are now going
someplace else.
Legally, the owner must be 45 days in
arrears before the car can be turned over
to a lien company.
“We give more time than that because
of deployments,” Wernau said.
In some cases, the cars have simply
been abandoned.
“There are people who get out of the
military and just don’t want to deal with
it,” he said.
In some cases, it’s easy to see why.
Wernau showed one car that he said
will be on the market soon — a late 1960s
Chrysler Newport Custom. Once a sleek
beauty, it’s now a sad pile of rust.
Wernau wrestled open the door to see
if he could pin down a year near the
VIN.
“Nope, can’t see anything,” he said,
then shut the door.
A cloud of dust flew up.
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By CECN Laura Smith
NMCB 4
TBILISI, Georgia — Eigh-
teen Seabees from Naval Mo-
bile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 4 are spending two
months in this country north-
east of Turkey, constructing a
large bathroom facility to sup-
port Exercise Agile Spirit, a
combined U.S. Marine Corps
and Georgian Army exercise.
The Georgian Army is the
largest non-NATO contribu-
tor of troops in Afghanistan
and Iraq and has been par-
ticipating in this exercise for
several years. As home to the
4th Georgian Infantry Bri-
gade, the base in Tbilisi serves
as the main training facility
for incoming Army troops and
has a satellite camp where
troops go to participate in the
exercise.
The Seabees were tasked
with constructing a 30-man
head facility adjacent to that
satellite camp. It is a 27-by-
58-foot cinder block building
with 30 toilets, a corrugated
steel roof, lighting and radiant
heaters.
Arriving with half the
equipment needed, the Sea-
bees have kept busy as they
wait for the remainder of the
materials to arrive. They have
started to construct the truss-
es for the facility, grubbed and
graded the construction site
and set batter boards.
“I’m excited to start on the
project, especially in the envi-
ronment we get to be in,” said
Builder Constructionman
Stormie Schauer. “We have a
good group that works well
together. Even while we’re
working we’re communicating
and having fun. It feels good
to be out here putting our
skills to use and doing what
we’ve been trained to do.”
Headed by Lt. j.g. Doug
Pan and Builder Chief Jona-
than Eisfelder, Detail Georgia
represents a wide variety of
rates within the Naval Con-
struction Force and is a mix
of experienced and junior
troops.
NMCB 4 is currently de-
ployed over the European
Command, Africa Command
and Central Command areas
of responsibility in support of
construction operations.
18 Seabees working in country of Georgia
Photos by Lt. j.g. Doug Pan / nMCb 4
UT1 Edward Payne uses a miter saw as other Seabees in Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion 4 cut gussets in preparation for
truss construction at the site of a bathroom facility in the country
of Georgia.
SW3 Christopher Bonham of Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 4 measures legs
for work tables that will be used in the
construction of a bathroom facility in the
country of Georgia.
Project supporting
Exercise Agile
Spirit
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tura Harbor, but when she found out how
many volunteers the Navy was bringing,
she reassigned them to their very own
beach about a mile away.
“We really appreciate them coming out
and giving back to a community they’re
only visiting,” the coordinator, Rosie Or-
nelas, said of the Pinckney crew. “I’m so
proud of our military.”
The crew members arrived about 8 a.
m. and formed a Foreign Object Damage
Line at one end of the beach. They
marched down the sand, picking up every
little piece of garbage and wood they
could find. Only dead animals — and
there were several seagulls — were left
behind.
They had some extra incentive: Nich-
olson had promised 96 hours of liberty
to the three-person team whose garbage
bag weighed the most at the end of the
cleanup.
Chief Aviation Boatswain’s Mate Air-
craft Handling Michael Panaccione
walked backwards in the sand, calling the
line forward. He quickly noticed the dif-
ference between leading a FOD Line on
a flight deck and one on the beach.
“It definitely gave the calves a workout,”
he said afterwards. “But I love helping
out and doing my part.”
Once the crewmembers got to the end
of the beach, they turned around and did
it again.
“We use a FOD Line to find every little
bit of stuff on an aircraft carrier that can
fly up and damage an aircraft,” Nicholson
explained. “This is the same concept. We
walked all the way down and all the way
back and picked up quite a bit of
trash.”
Once they were done, Nicholson had
his executive officer look through the bags
to make sure they were filled with legiti-
mate garbage — “I don’t want any rocks
or sand in there,” he said — then held
them up to determine which one weighed
the most. He decided there was a three-
way tie and gave nine Sailors 96 hours of
liberty.
Among them were Gas Turbine System
Technician Mechanical Fireman Maria
Castro and Gas Turbine System Mechan-
ical 3rd Class Katie Jenkins. They both
planned to go home — Castro is from San
Diego and Jenkins is from Riverside.
Bomba was pleased with the day’s re-
sults.
“We had a great turnout, and it was a
fun day,” she said. “And it was beautiful
weather for this.”
If you didn’t commemorate Earth Day, take a hike
— or maybe just a stroll.
Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, features a
1.6-mile self-paced nature walk that starts at Family Beach
and ends at the Beach Motel. It’s a great opportunity to
perhaps see some wildlife, possibly even some threatened
and endangered species.
Stations along the way point out and explain the envi-
ronmental importance of nesting sites, estuaries, marine
mammals, shorebirds and wetlands.
When taking the walk, remember these key points about
dealing with wildlife found on base:
• Stay at least 100 feet away from live marine mam-
mals.
• If you discover an injured animal — mammal, reptile
or bird — leave it alone and call or leave a message at
805-207-6507.
• You may dispose of any dead reptiles or other non-
marine mammals.
• Dogs are allowed only on Family Beach and must be
on leash.
• Walking, running, bicycling and other recreational
pursuits should take place only along the roadside where
it is safe and permitted.
• No boating, kayaking or canoeing is allowed in the
lagoon.
Miss Earth Day?
Then take a hike
Naval Base Ventura County is located in and near
environmentally sensitive areas; therefore, we all need
to do our part to ensure our actions are not nega-
tively impacting the environment. That piece of paper
or cigarette butt you see tossed on the side of the road
or in the parking lot can end up in the ocean.
When it rains, storm water washes litter and other
pollutants into the storm drains and out into receiv-
ing waters. This can be prevented if we all pitch in
and take these simple steps to prevent pollution:
• Pick up litter. Make sure your trash makes it into
the trash can and not on the ground. Litter should
be picked up and disposed of properly, including
cigarette butts, which are easily washed into the storm
drains and make for unsightly beaches.
• Clean up after pets. When you take your dogs out
for a walk, grab a shopping bag and clean up after
them.
• Go to a carwash facility. Instead of washing your
vehicle in your driveway and watching the soapy wa-
ter run out into the storm drain, go to a carwash
facility. The runoff is sent to the sewer, where it is
treated and does not enter the storm water conveyance
system.
How to prevent pollution
of our neighboring ocean
Photo by MC3 Daniel M. young / Fleet CoMbat CaMera PaCiFiC
Sailors assigned to the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG 91) conduct
a Foreign Object Damage walk Saturday, April 20, during a beach cleanup at Harbor Cove, Ventura,
to commemorate Earth Day.
Earth Day
good reason
to clean up
CONTINUED FROM 1
Photo by anDrea howry /
lighthouse
Chad Zerfas gets ready to turn in the
trash he and his wife, HM3 Fabiola
Zerfas of the dental clinic at Naval
Base Ventura County, Point Mugu,
collected during the Earth Day event.
Photo by anDrea howry / lighthouse
Cmdr. Benjamin Nicholson, captain of USS Pinckney (DDG-91), uses a highly unscientific method to decide
which bag of trash weighs more during a beach cleanup Saturday, April 20, at Harbor Cove Beach in Ventura.
He decided on a three-way tie and gave each three-person team — nine Sailors in all — 96 hours of liberty. w
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Photos by anDrea howry / lighthouse
Stacy Cruces and other first-graders at Bard Elementary School examine bat specimens during an
Earth Day presentation by a Naval Base Ventura County natural resource specialist.
First-graders at Bard Elementary School in Port Hueneme line up in the cafeteria to look at photos of
animals found at Naval Base Ventura County during an Earth Day presentation Tuesday, April 23.
Skulls of animals found at Naval Base Ventura County are among the objects on display for Bard
Elementary School first-graders.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Dozens of first-graders at Bard Elemen-
tary School in Port Hueneme got the rare
chance to feel the fur of an elephant seal, get
a close-up look at a preserved bat and touch
the skulls of coyotes, foxes and other animals
found at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
during an Earth Day presentation Tuesday,
April 23.
Francesca Ferrara, a natural resource spe-
cialist with the Environmental Division at
NBVC, set up the display on the cafeteria
stage, then spent half an hour discussing the
wildlife on base.
“What do you do if you see one of these
animals on the beach?” she asked the young-
sters, pointing to a photo of an elephant
seal.
There was silence, so first-grade teacher
Julie Moore helped out.
“Do you touch it? Is it a pet?”
“No!” came the response.
“That’s right,” Ferrara said, “just walk
away. You can admire it, but don’t go near
it.”
Ferrara ran through her job as a biologist,
explaining that some days she might rescue
a baby bird, on others, conduct a fish sur-
vey.
After her presentation, Ferrara invited the
children up to the stage so they could get a
closer look at the animals she had dis-
cussed.
Moore said hands-on presentations like
this are important for small children.
“Kids learn from books,” she said. “In their
minds, it’s separate from the real world. They
don’t make the connection on their own. This
brings it all together. It bridges the gap.”
Environmental
Division visits
with first-graders
Francesca Ferrara, a natural resource specialist
with the Environmental Division at Naval Base
Ventura County, hands out coloring sheets
to first-graders who attended her Earth Day
presentation.
If you didn’t commemorate Earth Day, take a hike
— or maybe just a stroll.
Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, features a
1.6-mile self-paced nature walk that starts at Family Beach
and ends at the Beach Motel. It’s a great opportunity to
perhaps see some wildlife, possibly even some threatened
and endangered species.
Stations along the way point out and explain the envi-
ronmental importance of nesting sites, estuaries, marine
mammals, shorebirds and wetlands.
When taking the walk, remember these key points about
dealing with wildlife found on base:
• Stay at least 100 feet away from live marine mam-
mals.
• If you discover an injured animal — mammal, reptile
or bird — leave it alone and call or leave a message at
805-207-6507.
• You may dispose of any dead reptiles or other non-
marine mammals.
• Dogs are allowed only on Family Beach and must be
on leash.
• Walking, running, bicycling and other recreational
pursuits should take place only along the roadside where
it is safe and permitted.
• No boating, kayaking or canoeing is allowed in the
lagoon.
Miss Earth Day?
Then take a hike
Naval Base Ventura County is located in and near
environmentally sensitive areas; therefore, we all need
to do our part to ensure our actions are not nega-
tively impacting the environment. That piece of paper
or cigarette butt you see tossed on the side of the road
or in the parking lot can end up in the ocean.
When it rains, storm water washes litter and other
pollutants into the storm drains and out into receiv-
ing waters. This can be prevented if we all pitch in
and take these simple steps to prevent pollution:
• Pick up litter. Make sure your trash makes it into
the trash can and not on the ground. Litter should
be picked up and disposed of properly, including
cigarette butts, which are easily washed into the storm
drains and make for unsightly beaches.
• Clean up after pets. When you take your dogs out
for a walk, grab a shopping bag and clean up after
them.
• Go to a carwash facility. Instead of washing your
vehicle in your driveway and watching the soapy wa-
ter run out into the storm drain, go to a carwash
facility. The runoff is sent to the sewer, where it is
treated and does not enter the storm water conveyance
system.
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of our neighboring ocean
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By MC1 Chris Fahey
NMCB 3, JCMOTF
ZAMBALES, Philippines — A com-
bined team of Philippine and U.S. Army
engineers has completed construction on
three different projects for barangay
Manggahan in the Palauig Municipali-
ty.
Supported by volunteers from the local
community, the combined team built a
new community center, renovated a day
care building and installed a new ferro
cement water tank designed to provide a
reliable water source for the entire baran-
gay.
The new construction is one of seven
engineering civic action projects (ENCAP)
completed during Balikatan 2013.
“A development like this is very rare,”
Palauig Municipality Mayor Generoso
Amog said during the community center’s
official opening. “Our barangay will be
forever changed because of this. Thank
you so much for your sacrifices. We cher-
ish all you have done for us and will re-
member you for the rest of our lives.”
During the ribbon-cutting ceremony,
Capt. Rod Moore, commander of the
Joint Combined Civil Military Operations
Task Force (JCMOTF), commented on
the invaluable support the barangay gave
to the team of engineers.
“This project allowed us to get to know
each other in the community,”said Moore,
who’s with Naval Construction Group 1,
homeported at Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty, Port Hueneme. “In the spirit of Baya-
nihan and Balikatan, we have worked
shoulder-to-shoulder with our Armed
Forces of the Philippines and community
partners to provide humanitarian and
civic assistance. I’mconfident that I speak
for the entire task force in saying that we
have all grown personally and profession-
ally through this experience.”
Manggahan rests on the foothills of a
dense mountain range, making floodwa-
ters and erosion a constant problem. Rec-
ognizing this, the combined team dug a
900-meter drainage ditch to prevent the
harmful waters from destroying the new
and existing barangay structures.
According to the construction’s U.S.
officer-in-charge, Army 1st Lt. Brock
Chavez fromthe 6th Engineering Brigade,
the drainage ditch was unplanned. During
his first exchange with his Philippine coun-
terpart, the concept became apparent.
The follow-on execution started before
any of the heavy equipment arrived on
site. The combined teamused shovels and
other hand tools to dig the initial trench
— all 900 meters — before finishing it
with a backhoe later during the construc-
tion.
“It’s not the easiest thing to do,”laughed
Chavez, “but the guys got to work im-
mediately and did a great job.”
Balikatan is an annual Philippine-U.S.
bilateral exercise. Humanitarian assistance
and training activities enable the Philip-
pine and American service members to
build lasting relationships, train together
and provide assistance in communities
where the need is the greatest.
Community center built as part of exercise Balikatan
By MC1 Chris Fahey
NMCB 3, JCMOTF
ZAMBALES, Philippines – A
combined teamof Philippine and
U.S. Army engineers has com-
pleted construction on a 50-meter
footbridge that connects the re-
mote Tapuac farmlands to the
community’s central market
place.
The construction project was
one of seven engineering civic ac-
tion (ENCAP) projects complet-
ed during Balikatan 2013. It will
allowmore than 100 farmers and
the barangay’s children living and
working on the outskirts of
Tapuac to reach their schools and
the local marketplace where their
crops are sold.
During the monthlong con-
struction, more than 60 different
Tapuac volunteers joined the
combinedteamtoshowboththeir
support and thanks for increasing
their safety.
“This is a big help to us,” said
Tapuac Barangay Captain Ra-
fael Elamparo. “There are 100
different families that live on the
far end of the barangay — farm-
ers and children. Those families
over there can come back and
forth easily even in the rainy sea-
son.”
During the official ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony, Capt. Rod Moore,
commander of the Joint Civil
Military Operations Task Force
(JCMOTF), attributed the con-
struction’s success to the unique
bond shared between the com-
bined team of engineers and the
barangay.
“You can’t help but notice the
incredible teamwork shared be-
tween the Philippine and U.S.
team,” said Moore, who’s with
Naval Construction Group 1,
homeported at Naval Base Ven-
tura County, Port Hueneme. “It’s
that unique teamwork that allows
a project like this footbridge to be
safely completed in such a short
amount of time.”
The Tapuac footbridge is one
of two bridges built during exer-
cise Balikatan2013. The construc-
tionplans are basedoff the Bridg-
es to Prosperity program, which
details the most efficient way to
build a footbridge in remote areas
using materials acquired locally.
Footbridge links farmlands, market
Photo by MC1 Chris Fahey / NMCb 3, JCMotF
As Capt. Rod Moore looks on at right, Tapuac Barangay Captain Rafael
Elamparo and a representative from the municipality cut the ribbon
to officially open the Tapuac footbridge to the local barangay April 17.
Moore, who’s with Naval Construction Group 1, homeported at Naval
Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, is commanding the Joint Civil
Military Operations Task Force during exercise Balikatan 2013, an
annual Philippine-U.S. bilateral exercise.
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By MC1 Chris Fahey
NMCB 3, JCMOTF
ZAMBALES, Philippines – A handful
of volunteers from the Joint Civil Mil-
itary Operations Task Force (JCMOTF)
ventured to Shepherd of the Hills Chil-
dren’s Home to install 15 electric fans
in the children’s sleeping areas.
The fans will help the children stay
cool while sleeping during the balmy
summer months.
“When we first walked into the room,
there was no circulation at all and the
heat just stuck to you,” said Construc-
tion Electrician 2nd Class Eric Polito,
a JCMOTF Headquarters staff member
who’s with Naval Construction Group
1 (NCG 1), homeported at Naval Base
Ventura County, Port Hueneme. “Once
we mounted all the fans and got them
going, there was a dramatic change in
the overall comfort. All the kids came
up and thanked us. It was great.”
The average temperature during the
summer months in the Philippines is in
the high 90s.
Combined with the humidity, the still
air makes their open-berth group home
very hot.
Volunteers spent all day working with
the children to measure, place and
mount each fan.
“It was really fun learning to work
the tools,” said resident Mark Velrio. “I
got to hold the fan and help put it to-
gether. My room feels a lot better now.
It will be easy to fall asleep.”
The volunteers are all attached to
NCG 1 and are deployed to Zambales
in support of Balikatan 2013, an an-
nual Philippine-U.S. bilateral exercise.
Seabees volunteer to install fans in children’s group home
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— CE2 Eric Polito
JCMOTF staff member, NCG 1
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County, Port Hueneme, and is now deployed to the Philippines as a member of the Joint
Civil Military Operations Task Force (JCMOTF), makes sure a newly installed fan works
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By MC1 Chris Fahey
NMCB 3, JCMOTF
ZAMBALES, Philippines —Acombined
team of Philippine and U.S. Marines and
Seabees packeduptheir tools andwelcomed
childrenfromthe SanMarcelinoMunicipal-
ity into their new schoolhouses following
back-to-back ribbon cutting ceremonies
April 15.
Marines from Marine Wing Support
Squadron (MWSS) 172 and Seabees from
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 5, alongwithmembers of the Phil-
ippine Army’s 548thEngineer Construction
Battalion, made upthe crewthat completed
the Lawin school project.
The Rabanes school was renovated by a
team of engineers from the U.S. Marine
Corps’ 9thEngineer Support Battalionand
Philippine Seabees fromthe Naval Construc-
tion Brigade.
The Lawin schoolhouse is a brand-new
two-classroom prefabricated building spe-
cifically designed to withstand the heavy
Philippine rainy season. Althoughnot built
from scratch, the Rabanes schoolhouse re-
ceived extensive renovations to the founda-
tion, walls, roof, support frames, electrical
wiring, plumbing and a newconcrete floor.
Bothlocations receivedsubstantial drainage
renovations to ensure the new and reno-
vated buildings would better withstand any
potential flooding.
School district supervisor Virgina Ful-
gueras said the work performed on the
district’s behalf will never be forgotten.
“If youwant tobe rememberedfor ayear,
plant rice. If you want to be remembered
for 10 years, plant a tree. If you want to be
remembered forever, build a school,” said
Fulgueras. “What you’ve done inone month
will live forever in our children. From the
bottom of our hearts, thank you.”
The U.S.-Philippines relationship dates
back to the early 1900s, when educators
knownas the Thomasites visitedthe Philip-
pines to help provide the island residents
with basic education. Since then, education
stands as a lasting legacy passeddownfrom
family member to family member, similar
to an heirloom.
“The skills we gain from these projects
will help us respond to any sort of natural
disaster or other contingency,” said Rear
Adm. PaulaBrown, deputycommander, 1st
Naval Construction Division.
NMCB 5 helps build schools
Photo by EACN CAsEy smith / NmCb 5
SASEBO, Japan — EO3 Jason Lincolnpons removes a large stone during the
excavation of a drainage ditch designed to prevent flooding at a munitions storage
facility. Linconlpons is assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5’s Detail
Sasebo, which is currently deployed to Japan performing construction readiness
operations in support of U.S. Pacific Command.
Most Hated, a softball
team made up of active
duty Sailors from several
commands as well as De-
partment of Defense civil-
ians, ended the league sea-
son at Naval Base Ventura
County in first place.
The league started Feb.
28 with 12 teams in two
divisions.
The season ended with a
double elimination tourna-
ment to determine the
league champion. On the
final day, Thursday, April
18, Most Hated looked to
complete its run through
the playoffs with no losses,
but The Scrubs, coached
by Joe McFadden, won the
first game to land both
teams in a decisive second
game for the champion-
ship. Most Hated, coached
by Chris McKinney, won.
“Overall it was a good
season with the perfect mix
of competition and lei-
sure,”said Colin Campbell,
sports coordinator and fit-
ness specialist for Morale,
Welfare and Recreation,
which sponsored the
league.
Most Hated ends season in first
Photo by ColiN CAmPbEll / mWR
Members of the Most Hated softball team include, from
left, Jose Valle, Gerardo Lopez, Lucas Vanderslice, Brandon
Duff, Michael Powell, Patrick Billings, Buddy Holland, Arnulfo
Valle III (kneeling), Ryan Sweet, Christopher McKinney,
James Powers, Landon Himes and Brian Whitsitt. Not
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We all know that the work of a military
spouse is never done.
Military spouses must continuously push
through the good and bad days as effort-
lessly as possible, providing support, affec-
tion and guidance to our loved ones —not
to mention the upkeep of all the tedious
tasks that never seemtogoaway. We canall
use a break and a day of appreciation for
the hard work we put in. We’ve earned it!
Inhonor of all military spouses, the Fleet
&Family Support Center (FFSC) will host
its annual Military Spouse Appreciation
Event Thursday, May 9, inpartnershipwith
Morale, Welfare and Recreation; the Navy
Exchange; ChildandYouthPrograms; Lin-
coln Military Housing; the Defense Com-
missary Agency and the Navy Lodge. The
event will take place from10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at the Bee Hive Gym, next to the running
track and golf course at Naval Base Ven-
tura County, Port Hueneme. It is open to
all male and female military spouses.
Spouses attending the event will enjoy
foodandrefreshments; a fashionshow; and
hair, makeup and other personal care ser-
vices.
Prizes will include massages, family por-
trait sessions, NEX Salon services, NEX
flower shopitems andSubwayandcommis-
sary gift cards.
Children are welcome.
No pre-registration is required.
For more information call the FFSC at
805-982-5037 or visit www.facebook.com/
FFSC.NBVC.
Join us and let NBVCsupport the spous-
es whosupport all of us. We hope tosee you
there!
— Michelle Pollock is a work and family life
consultant with FFSC.
May 9 event is a time to let your spouse be pampered
Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
Spouse
appreciation
with Michelle
Pollock
FFSC
Toll-free appointment scheduling ser-
vice: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Personal, marital, fam-
ily counseling; financial management;
spouse employment; transition assistance;
relocation assistance; life skills workshops
are available at the Fleet and Family Sup-
port Center. Now with three locations:
NBVCPoint Mugu, Bldg. 225 next to the
chapel, 989-8146; NBVC Port Hueneme,
Bldg. 1169 behind NEX, 982-5037; Ca-
marillo, Catalina Heights military housing
complex, 913B Calle la Roda, 982-5037.
All classes at Port Hueneme unless oth-
erwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more in-
formation. Child care option available
with prior registration.
Career Support and Retention
(Register for TAP classes with your
Command Career Counselor)
• Transition Assistance Program —
GPS: Mondays-Fridays, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. daily, May 6-10; May 13-17.
• VA Paperwork Assistance: Hands-on
assistance in filing, reopening or appealing
your VA claim. Active duty, veterans,
widows, walk-ins welcome! Wed., May
22, 9 a.m. to noon.
• Interview Skills: Prepare for your job
interview, learn about the interview pro-
cess, conduct mock interviews and more.
Wed., May 16, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Point
Mugu.
• Federal Employment & Résumé:
Learn about resumes, relevant websites
and application process for federal jobs.
Tues., May 7, 2 to 4 p.m.; Wed., May 22,
7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
• Power Point Tips and Tricks: Learn
how to create basic presentations using
Microsoft Office Power Point 2007. Fri.,
May 10, noon to 1:30 p.m., Point
Mugu.
• Writing the Perfect Resume & Cover
Letter: Learn cutting-edge resume and
cover letter techniques to successfully
present your skills. Fri., May 10, 7:30 to
9:30 a.m., Point Mugu; Fri., May 24, 7:30
to 9:30 a.m., Port Hueneme.
• Excel Intermediate: Learn advanced
shortcuts, formulas, charts, referencing
and more using Microsoft Office Excel
2007. Fri., May 17, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
IA Readiness and Deployment
• Individual Augmentee (IA) Family
Connection: Whether this is your first or
21st experience in IA, join other family
members and meet with spouses of de-
ployed service members. Share your
knowledge of how to thrive during this
experience. Thurs., May 16, 4 to 5 p.m.
Exceptional Family Member
• General information: 982-2646.
• EFMP Overview: Learn about the
program and how it can benefit our fam-
ilies! Tues., May 7, 11 a.m. to 12:45
p.m.
• Parent Support Network: A support
group for active and retired military fam-
ilies with special needs children. Share
local resources and get support. Wed.,
May 8, 10 to 11:45 a.m., Camarillo.
Victim Advocate Services
• General information: 982-5037.
• Victim advocates can conduct safety
planning; assist with obtaining emergen-
cy shelter and housing; assist in obtaining
protective orders; provide information on
reporting options, as well as divorce or
custody; provide information on transi-
tional compensation and make referrals
to community agencies. Call 982-5037 to
speak to an advocate.
Relocation Assistance
• General information: 982-3726.
• Married to the Military: Newly mar-
ried to the Navy? Learn about military
benefits, family programs, Navy jargon
and customs. Thurs, May 9, 5 to 7 p.m.
• Smooth Move: Make your PCS move
easy, simple and smooth. Learn about
your entitlements fromthe experts. Wed.,
May 15, 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Financial Management
• One-on-one financial counseling avail-
able. Topics include money management,
home buying, car buying, retirement plan-
ning and financial planning for deploy-
ment. Call 982-3159 for appointment.
New Parent Support
• New Mamas Support Circle: For ex-
pecting mamas and mamas with babies
0–15 months old. Information, education
and support. Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. No registration needed. Just
stop in!
• Toddler Playgroup: Promote socializa-
tion skills and motor development. Tues-
days, 10 to 11 a.m.
Parenting
• Setting Effective Consequences for
Teens: Learn effective techniques for par-
enting your teen. Thurs, May 30, 4:30 to
6 p.m., Camarillo.
Life Skills
• General information: 982-3102.
• Assertiveness (4-part series): How to
express your ideas and stand up for your-
self at work and in relationships. Tues-
days, May 7-28, 3:30 to 5 p.m.
Free Food Distribution
• Saturdays, May 20, June 18, July 22,
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Bldg. 19, near the Pleas-
ant Valley Gate on NBVCPort Hueneme
behind Print Shop on the loading dock.
Bring a laundry basket to carry your
items. Food items vary from month to
month. One issue per family. Bring LES;
income guideline statement available at
distribution site. Eligibility: Active duty
E-6 and below or spouse; E-7 with two or
more dependents; or a custodian of a child
who is a family member of active duty
personnel on deployment.
— For information, please call Sandy Lyle,
command liaison, at 982-3159 or e-mail
sandra.lyle@navy.mil.
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
The Fleet & Family Support Cen-
ter (FFSC) has launched a series of
free one-hour workshops at lunch-
time on self-improvement topics such
as time management, dealing with
stress and mastering job interviews.
“We realize that scheduling classes
during business hours limits the op-
portunity for some to attend,” said
Michelle Pollock, a work and family
life consultant who started the pro-
gram with her co-worker, Kelly
Coughlan. “By condensing many of
our course curriculums to a quick
60-minute session during the lunch
hour, our hope is that more custom-
ers can find it easier to attend.”
Called “Lunch & Learn,” the ses-
sions start at noon and end at 1 p.m.
Most are held at the FFSC office in
the Welcome Center at Naval Base
Ventura County, Port Hueneme, but
some have been scheduled for the
Point Mugu FFSC as well.
Participants are welcome to bring
a sack lunch. No pre-registration is
necessary, but it is recommended.
Here’s a list of upcoming Lunch &
Learn classes:
• Resume Basics: May 15 and June
26.
• Disaster Prep: May 14 and June
4.
• InterviewSkills: May 21 and June
13.
• Spouse and Family Employment:
May 23 and June 11.
• Cover Letters: May 28 and June
17.
• Time Management: May 2 and
22.
• Stress 101: May 8.
• PowerPoint Tips & Tricks: May
10 at Point Mugu.
• Budgeting Basics: June 19.
For more information on the
Lunch & Learn classes, call FFSC at
982-5037.
Lunch & Learn
classes under way
& Family Support Center at NBVC Port
Hueneme to do her part in letting people
know that rape is not OK.
Moreno was one of 20 people who
decorated a T-shirt with slogans and de-
signs commemorating Sexual Assault and
Awareness Month in a project the FFSC
called “The Line of Courage.” The T-
shirts, along with some made last year,
were displayed in the FFSC for the rest
of the month.
“Sexual assault is the most underre-
ported crime in America,”said Julie Whir-
low, the sexual assault response coordina-
tor for NBVC. “This project helps spread
awareness and education and lets people
knowthat there are victims out there, that
chances are you know someone who has
been a victim even if you haven’t experi-
enced it yourself.”
The Line of Courage is an offshoot of
the Clothesline Project, which started in
1990 in Massachusetts as a way to address
violence against women. Women affected
by violence could express their emotions
by decorating a T-shirt, then hanging it
on a clothesline —“airing their dirty laun-
dry.”
“This project isn’t just about survivors
but also about people who want to support
survivors,” Whirlow explained.
Among those showing support by dec-
orating a T-shirt was Personnel Specialist
Seaman James Sturdivant of the PSD.
“It’s good to see the Navy putting in
time and effort to make sure this disease
stops,” he said.
NBVC speaks out with Line of Courage
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By UT3 Jennifer Stewart
NMCB 3
Seabees fromNaval Mobile Construction
Battalion(NMCB)3completeda46-milePier-
to-Pier run April 19 to help raise awareness
about sexual assault.
More than135participants kickedoff their
early-morning run at the Santa Monica Pier
andfinishedat theHuenemePier, handingout
informative flyers to onlookers at each mile’s
highway marker.
“Wewantedtodoasexual assaultawareness
event that wouldinclude the service members’
loved ones, and we wanted to bring it to the
community,”saidthe run’s coordinator, Chief
BuilderJesseGarcia-Montes. “Thiswasachal-
lenging way to show our courage to learn, to
prevent, tointervene, tosupport victimsandto
committochangingthewaypeoplethinkabout
sexual assault —‘toownit, tosolve it, togeth-
er.’”
Theday’srunprovidedparticipantsachance
tospreadthe wordonanimportant topic that
impacts all service members.
The Navy, in addition to the rest of the
branches, conducts regular mandatorySexual
Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)
trainingfor all Sailors. The trainingbuilds ser-
vice members’ ability to intervene before and
during situations leading up to a probable
sexual assault. These situations are not always
obvious, andservicememberswouldnormally
not recognize them. Thanks to the training,
Sailors can prevent sexual assaults, support
sexual assaultvictimsandhelptheDepartment
of Defense holdoffenders accountable.
Akey component of SAPRtraining is by-
stander intervention. It helps take onlookers
and those not directly involved in an assault
—victimandoffender —off thesidelines and
makesthemdirectlyresponsiblefortheirfellow
service member.
“For people who have never been through
this kind of situation, they may have a hard
time noticing the actions leading up to an as-
sault,”saidBuilder ConstructionmanNathan
Carrasco. “Some people are just straight up
scaredtostepup. TheSAPRtraininghelpsgive
everyone that kind of confidence to intervene
andfor it tobe socially OK.”
Bystander training covers eachphase of an
averageoutingor activityinwhichasexual as-
sault could happen. Factors such as drinking
and situational awareness are analyzed and
discussed to illustrate the outcomes of both
positive andnegative decisions.
“Thesekindsof negativechoicesaredisgust-
ing,”addedCarrasco. “If Iseesomethinggoing
on that looks wrong, I’m going to step in. I
couldn’t let that happen.”
According to the U.S. Justice Department,
someoneintheU.S. is sexuallyassaultedevery
two minutes. One in four girls will be sexually
assaultedbytheageof 18, andoneinsixwom-
enhasexperiencedanattemptedorcompleted
rape intheir lifetime.
Raisingawarenessconcerningthesenegative
facts allowedNCMB3 Seabees the chance to
effect positive change while enjoying a sunny
day onthe California coast.
“Youhavepeoplehonkingat youthat don’t
reallyknowwhat’s goingon,”saidChief Utili-
tiesman Miguel Fernandez. “When they read
about thisevent, wecreatedthat awareness. It’s
a win-winsituation.”
NmCB 3 runs to
raise awareness
Photo by Ut3 Jenn Stewart / nMCb 3
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3 make their way along the 45.9-mile
route from the Santa Monica Pier to the Hueneme Pier to help raise awareness about
sexual assault.
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Saudis the different skills taught throughout the course that range from
construction project management to ethics. They also outlined the four-
day field training exercise held at Fort Hunter Liggett in Central Califor-
nia, where the students face both physical demands and stressful situa-
tions.
“This is where we see who has natural leadership abilities,” Paukovits
said. “There’s instant feedback in this environment.”
Brown stressed the need for strong English language skills, noting that
in some cases, international students have taken language classes too late
in the military-training curriculum.
“It’s time not very well spent if the student doesn’t know the language,”
he said.
After the briefing, Hanley and the Saudi delegation toured the Naval
Construction Training Center, which provides basic training in the con-
struction mechanic rating and advanced training in all Seabee rates.
“Today was a great opportunity to showcase the Navy’s training of of-
ficer and enlisted personnel in the CECand Seabees,”Paukovits said. “The
exchange of information was instructive and truly beneficial to both par-
ties.
“At CSFE, our goal is to ensure international students are receiving
training that is beneficial to their country’s requirements. Hosting the
commanding general and his staff gave us great insight into their training
needs and expectations.”
Saudi delegation visits
training facilities on base
CONTINUED FROM 3
Forty children from the
Child Development Center at
Naval Base Ventura County,
Port Hueneme, visited the Port
Hueneme Commissary April
15 to learn about the impor-
tance of healthy eating habits
and exercise.
For an hour starting at 9:30
a.m., Kate Reed, vice president
of retail services for Coast Pro-
duce, led the youngsters
through a produce display of
“Right Choices” to help them
understand why particular
foods are good for growing
bodies.
The talk she gave was from
the USDADietary Guidelines
called “Half My Plate.”By the
end of the lesson, when asked,
“How much ‘fruit and veggie’
should be on your plate?” the
youngsters shouted out,
“Half!”
Reed added “Rainbow On
My Plate” — emphasizing the
importance of different col-
ored fruits and vegetables to a
daily diet — and combined
those two themes with “Let’s
Move.”
Each child left with a good-
ie bag provided by Coast Pro-
duce.
Commissary
hosts lesson
in healthy
eating habits
Photo by EstElla CravEn / Port huEnEmE Commissary
Kate Reed, left, vice president of retail services for Coast Produce,
and Velma Siler, commissary director, lead 40 youngsters from
the Child Development Center at Naval Base Ventura County, Port
Hueneme, in an April 15 lesson on healthy eating habits.
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Thursday, May 2
7pm: Safe Haven PG13
Friday, May 3
7pm: The Impossible PG13
9pm: AHaunted House R
Saturday, May 4
2pm: Escape from Planet Earth PG
4pm: Mama PG13
7pm: Broken City R
Sunday, May 5
2pm: Warm Bodies PG13
4pm: Identity Thief R
All base movies are FREE. Authorized patrons include active duty and dependents, reservists, retirees, and
DoD civilians. Listings are subject to change without notice. For up-to-date movie listings, please call the
MWR Movie Line at (805) 982-5002.
Thursday, May 9
7pm: Beautiful Creatures PG13
Friday, May 10
7pm: Mama PG13
9pm: Stand Up Guys R
Saturday, May 11
2pm: Warm Bodies PG13
4pm: Beautiful Creatures PG13
7pm: Side Effects R
Sunday, May 12
2pm: Escape from Planet Earth PG
4pm: Bullet to the Head R
MUGU THEATER May 2 - May 12, 2013
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818-891-4115 VCS328210
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$ REWARD $ 805-320-1060
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DONATIONS
NEEDED
Clothing, housewares,
electronics, books,
accessories, etc.
Help improve the lives
of individuals with
developmental disabilities.
Call The Arc Foundation
Thrift Stores to
schedule a pick-up
800-228-1413
Also ask us about are estate
services and vehicle
donation program.
VCS328618
Merchandise
200-297
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
ALL CASH
BUYING
All U.S. Silver, Gold
and Copper Coins,
Large & Small Collections.
Foreign Coins. Medals -
Tokens. Gold Jewelry
Broken or unwanted Gold
Jewelry. Scrap Gold
& Silver. Dental Gold.
Sterling Flatware
Watches
1211 Maricopa, Ojai
40 Years Buying
805-646-4904
VCS328369
BUYER of OLD COINS
Coin Collections
Silver & Gold Coins
TOP $$$ PAID
I BUY TOY TRAINS
Old BB CARDS, Old TOYS.
Jeff 805-302-7104 VCS327803
Buy it. Sell it. Find it.
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204
Antiques And
Collectibles
BUYING
Coins 1964 & Older
Dimes - $1.30
Quarters - $3.25
Halfs - $6.50
Dollars - $18.00 & up
C.C. $$ - cased $135
Coin Collections
Gold Coins - Call
Gold Scrap
Mexico Wanted
Sterling Pieces
Pocket Watches
Indian Baskets
Free Appraisals
805-646-2631
VCS328668
Search for available jobs.
vcstar.com/jobs
Buying Estates
TOP DOLLAR
PAID!
old Oriental antiques,
Chinese or Japanese,
jewelry gold, silver &
diamonds, silver flatware,
watches, coins, old
documents, civil war
items, autographs, old
Hollywood photographs,
and posters, old postage
stamps and envelopes, old
art, artifacts, Indian
baskets, swords.
I’ll buy one item or
the whole collection
805-300-2308 VCS328738
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
$ CASH PAID $
Planning
an Estate
or garage sale?
Call Us-Get More
We come to you
Buying antiques &
fine estate items:
fine jewelry and
costume jewelry,
sterling flatware
& serving pieces,
perfume bottles,
figurines, Lladro,
furn & lots more
Call Carol Now!
818-521-6955
Established 1984.
All of Conejo, Camarillo,
Vta County VCS328622
GOLD HAS
PASSED $1700
DOLLARS
AN OUNCE
We Are The
**LARGEST**
Buyers Of Scrap
GOLD!
•GOLD CHAINS
•BRACELETS
•DIAMONDS
•LARGE DIAMONDS
•ROLEX WATCHES
•SWISS WATCHES
•GOLD COINS
We Pay Up To
Spot Prices!
•GOLD CROWNS
•SILVER COINS
•SILVER CHAINS
WE PAY CASH
NOW TOP $$$$
4255 East Main St.
Ste #18, Ventura, CA 93003
805-650-0444
(MAIN & TELEPHONE)
NERCES FINE
JEWELRY
VCS328671
I BUY Antique & Black
Powder guns, knives,
military, hunting/pocket,
original or reproduction
ALSO silver coins and
scrap sterling silver
805-646-2168 VCS328000
NEED CASH?
BUYING GOLD
Paying $19.00 per gram for
14 carat. 805-646-2631
VCS328667
NEWBURY PARK
ANTIQUES FAIRE
STAGECOACH in MUSEUM
Saturday May 4th 10am-4pm
$5 admission, 18 vendors,
5 antiques evaluators
($5 an item) 51 South Ventu
Park Road. 805-498-9441
VCS328042
WANTED: Swords, Japanese
& Civil War, German
daggers, antique weapons,
military. CASH. All Asian
Antiques Chinese/Japanese.
(818)992-4803 VCS328371
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
WE BUY GOLD
& SILVER
We Honor All
Competitors
Coupons!
110% Price Match
Guarantee*
Gold • Silver
Coins • Flatware
Paper Money
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
EXTRA
30% BONUS*
Must present coupon.
Redeemable in stores only. Not
applicable for coins, paper
money and bars. Cannot be
combined with any other offers
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Thousand Oaks, Camarillo,
Oxnard, Moorpark,
Ventura, Simi Valley
Open 7 Days
877.465.3676
*call stores for details
VCS328623
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Appliances
ALL MAJOR APPL
*Save Money & Time*
FREE Service Call w/repair
in Ventura Co.
FREE Appliance Pickup.
Save on repairs and sales
during the economy crisis.
Washers, Dryers, Heaters,
Refrigerators, Ovens Gas
& Electric, Microwaves
35 Years Exp. Vta Co.
Victor 805-302-1866
VCS328556
From
$99.00
Repair &
Sales
Ad Refrigeration
** FREE ESTIMATES **
Refrigerators, walk-in
coolers, ice machines, etc
Will Pick Up Dead Refrig,
and All Appliances!
805.816.7169
VCS328630
207
Appliances
Hester’s
Appliance
We Pick up &
Pay Top $$$
For Old Washers &
Dryers, Stoves,
Refrigerators
For Sale Used
Appliances
$99 & up
Over 40yr Exp.
805-487-8833 or
805-487-1060
VCS327702
REFRIGERATOR Hotpoint
top freeze, wht, 4-5 yrs new,
clean, very good cond $175.
805-671-9852 VCS328282
WASHER/DRYER Kenmore
$300/pair. Refrigerator $175.
All very good condition.
805-671-9852 VCS328281
Washers & Dryers
for Sale. Guaranteed
&/or Repair $99-$199
buy or pick-up your old
Kenmore & Whirlpool
washers & dryers, only
482-4983 or 816-4081
Gary Bowen VCS328031
212
Bicycles
Road Bike 2007 Trek,
womens, $800 orig. $1799,
21 gears, xlnt cond., blue
805-648-4323 VCS328056
219
Cemetery Lots
Conejo Mountain (7) Plots
Adjacent to Chapel of the
Islands. Santa Rosa 1,
Lot 52, Spaces A thru H.
$3,000/each. 931-724-5760 or
931-332-5685 VCS328661
IVY LAWN MEMORIAL
CEMETERY in Ventura.
Section K, Lot 451, Spaces
9 & 10, $4,000/each or
$7,000/both. Call Joyce
805-340-7035 VCS328216
221
Commercial
Equipment
PALLET RACK SALE
Upright $49+ Beam $12+
SHELVING Steel & Wood
2’x4’x 6, 8 or 10’ $69+
WHSE LADDERS $89+
805-532-1103 VCS327595
227
Exercise Equipment
Personal portable sauna,
$300/obo, treadmill $175,
96 elliptical bicycle $100,
cross country mach
$100 290-0184 VCS328834
227
Exercise Equipment
RUBBER MATTING
Great for gyms, patios, work
areas, garages, dog runs,
factory, shops. Anti fatigue,
day care play areas, truck
beds, etc. 4’x12’ rolls $85/ea.
Free Delivery!
Grass Turf and Playground
Tile. Call Pricing!
805-625-0568 VCS327665
TREADMILLS Display and
Floor models, excellent
condition, $250 - $400.
(805)671-9852 VCS328278
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Furniture/
Household Goods
Affordable
Sectionals & Sofas
Custom Sized
Pottery Barn inspired styles
and more, local mfr
showroom factory direct
sectionals sized by the inch
with your measurements.
Hard to fit spaces our
specialty. Best prices,
quality & selection.
Sectionals from $799.
805-302-2138 VCS328604
BRAND NEW
Queen Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr.Retails $699, sell $160.
All Sizes Available!
Camarillo - 805-830-3314
Simi Valley - 805-651-8461
VCS327491
DESK Solid oak roll top desk
excellent condition
$265 805-384-4450
VCS328008
Dining Room Table with 6
upholstered chairs, table has
a butcher block top 32”x59”.
IKEA Storage Cabinet with
butcher block top, 2 drawers
and 2 doors, 26Wx57Lx36H.
$150.00/each. 805-653-0281
VCS328774
Made in USA by Bernhardt
9 pc cherry wood formal
dining rm set (6 chairs
oval table lighted china
cabinet & server) $2600 all,
5 pc cherry wood lighted
entertainment center
138”W x 76”H, with cabinet
for 32” TV & DVD player
$2500, loveseat hunter
green, silk fabric, $350,
arm chair hunter green
fabric $150, antique cherry
wood, lighted curio cabinet
22”W x 71”H with 3 glass
shelves $275, leather reclin-
er burgundy color $150,
arm chair burgundy color
$150, 2 arm chairs uphol-
stered tapestry $250 both.
805-529-6847 VCS327992
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free classifed ads for
property and personal
items offered by active
duty and retired military,
civil service and dependent
personnel within Naval
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All free ads are 20 WORD MAXIMUM.
Paid classified advertising available for remaining
categories and non-eligible personnel.
Submissions:
Submit your 20 WORD MAXIMUM free or paid classified
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Email: classifieds@vcstar.com
Tel: (800) 221-7827 (M-F 8 a.m.–5 p.m.)
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Deadline:
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Wednesday a week prior to publication.
• Motorcycles
• Merchandise
• Miscellaneous Wanted
FREE ads for the following categories:
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• Roommate Wanted
• Lost & Found
• Automobiles & Trucks
classifieds
Lighthouse
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Medical Equipment
& Supplies
Pride Reclining Lift Chair,
green cloth, xlnt cond,
$375/obo.
Tempur-Pedic Queen
Adjustable Bed, xlnt cond,
remote control, MSRP New
$6,465, Sacrafice $1,200/obo.
RMC MEDICAL
Buy • Sell • Rent • Repair
805-647-1777
VCS328494
Carnews,
research&
resources.
ßuiIdacar.
Findusedcars.
FindadeaIer.
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
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pald Llme off (vacaLlon, hollday, slck Llme), healLh lnsurance, penslon plan, 401k, and
conLlnulng educaLlon.
Þ|ease ema|| resumes to N|co|eta Weeks at N|co|eta.WeeksQventura.org
or fax to (831) 649-8286
WWW. ClMC. CCM
Physlolan (Fu|| T|re)
8esponslblllLles wlll lnclude Lhe provlslon
of medlcal care Lo Lhe lnmaLe populaLlon,
overseelng Lhe care and LreaLmenL
performed by ÞA's & lnÞ's and worklng
closely wlLh Lhe Medlcal ulrecLor and
Þrogram Manager Lo faclllLaLe Lhe
dellvery of care Lo Lhe lncarceraLed
paLlenL populaLlon.
RN Nurslng Supervlsorl
Faolllty Coordlnator
lull-Llme. 8esponslblllLles lnclude
asslsLlng Lhe Þrogram Manager wlLh
recrulLmenL, schedullng nurses 24/7,
llalson wlLh Lhe Sherlff's ueparLmenL,
lmplemenL Lhe CuallLy Assurance
Þrogram, ln-servlce Lralnlng and
procuremenL of pharmaceuLlcals and
supplles.
8equlremenLs: MusL have aL leasL 1 year
of supervlsory experlence and 1 year of
nurslng experlence ln an acuLe care
seLLlng
Reglstered Nurse wlth
Psyohlatrlo Certlfloatlon
Þerform comprehenslve physlcal/psychlaLrlc
assessmenLs, lnlLlaLe LreaLmenL plans,
respond Lo medlcal and/or psychlaLrlc
emergencles, medlcaLlon admlnlsLraLlon,
provlde paLlenL and sLaff educaLlon.
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funcLlon ln a fasL pace envlronmenL.
LxcellenL communlcaLlon skllls, Lxperlenced
ln managlng psychlaLrlc emergencles,
Þroven experlence managlng menLally lll
paLlenLs, ablllLy Lo Leach and conducL group
acLlvlLles for menLally lll paLlenLs.
Lloensed Vooatlonal Nurses
8esponslblllLles lnclude Lranscrlblng orders,
medlcaLlon admlnlsLraLlon, LreaLmenLs,
blood draws, and rouLlne nurslng duLles.
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County Detent|on Iac|||t|es for the fo||ow|ng pos|t|ons:
VCS1299854
1he worIds Host LnvironmentaIIy kesponsibIe
Bigh Performance Packaging Company
has the current openings:
Company 5ecretary
Fxperienced 5+ years. Hust have experience working with
executive personnel. Salary is based on experience.
Lxperienced PIant Hanager
Carpinteria area k&u company ready Ior commercialiĂation looking
Ior an experienced Plant Hanager with Iood production experience,
preIerably in baking types oI operations. }ob will involve all
aspects oI running a pilot production plant and establishing a new
production plant including, ramping up to a 24/7 type oI operation.
Position reports directly to the Iounder oI the company.
Salary $8ĄK to $12ĄK depending on experience.
LIectrician
Fxperienced in building and debugging automated equipment.
Able to Iully understand wiring diagrams. Hinimum 5 years oI
machine building and debugging experience preIerably in high
speed machine operations. }ob will entail building equipment,
debugging equipment. EelpIul to have knowledge oI
controls and air operated equipment.
Salary $45K-$65K depending on experience.
HoId besign Lngineer
Fxperienced 3u CAu Fngineer able to design aluminum molds and
general equipment.
Hinimum 7 years oI experience in 3u uesign in metal components.
Able to develop design manuals. PreIer uC CAu system
experience and some Solidworks experience.
Salary $65K-$9ĄK depending on experience.
Hachine besigner/8uiIder
Fxperienced Hachine designer and builder. Hinimum 7 years oI
experience in designing automated equipment with knowledge
oI PLCs, air systems, and electrical controls, preIer high speed
equipment knowledge. 1he company will have its own programmer.
we use Automation uirect.
Salary $75-$1ĄĄK depending on experience.
CNC Hachinists
Company is looking to establish a dedicated production machine
shop with primary emphasis on machining aluminum molds and
equipment hardware. uC or HasterCam Iamiliary a big plus.
PreIer some ukuma ChC experience but will train iI candidate has
good ChC experience. Hinimum 5 years oI experience required.
Looking to establish a master Irst shiIt with dedicated pallet
systems Ior other shiIts.
Salary $45K-$65K depending on experience.
.
lor Hore lnformation or to AppIy, 5end kesumes to:
napoIeonhQbiosphereindustries.com
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
Boxes for moving
only 75¢ each
250. Used. 805-487-2796
www.riteboxinc.com
VCS327701
CATS CRADLE Thrift Shop
Open Wed. thru Sun 11a-6p
Clothes, jewelry, books/etc.
4160 Market #11, Vta.
805-485-8811 VCS328670
WE PICK UP & RECYCLE
all Major Appliances.
Help Save our Planet. Call
805-671-9569 VCS328280
277
Musical Instruments
Kimball Organ xlnt cond.
Temptation model, w/bench
& earphones, asking $500
805-659-0681 VCS328535
281
Pool/Spa Supplies
SPA/HOT TUB
DELUXE 2013 MODEL.
Neck jets, therapy seat,
warranty, never used,
can deliver, worth $5950,
will sell $1950. Call
818-785-9043 VCS328557
291
Tools/Gardening
Supplies
Tools/Equipt. 3 H.P. Jet tbl
saw, jet sander, routers,
Euro hinge boring ma-
chine, supplies, band saw,
clamps, air guns, Dewalt &
Makita planers, compres-
sor Etc.-Too much to list.
Call 805-340-6093 for Appt’s
or weekends (8a-2p),
1664 Callens Rd. Vta.
VCS328183
293
Toys And Games
vcstar.com/
garagesales
Online
garagesalemap
everyFridayp.m.
Greatbuys
arecloserthan
youthink.
80 Assorted Beanie Babies
For Sale. Like New. All still
have tags. 805-650-6959
VCS328841
297
Wanted To Buy
BUYING
JUNK
CARS
TOP
$ $ $ $ $
PAID
UP TO
$1,000
Running or
Not Running
Lic’d Dismantler
pickthepart.com
(805)
933-5557
VCS328904
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• Pink Slip
• Registration
NO PROBLEM
VCS327838
I BUY HIGH-END
RANGES AND
REFRIGERATORS,
805-671-9569 VCS328279
WANTED ALL TYPES
OF FISHING EQUIP.
antique through modern,
saltwater, fresh water,
fly fishing, cash paid.
661-513-4637 VCS328390
Pets &Supplies
300-315
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
A Private
Foundation Has
Rescued Dogs
For Adoption
JOSE
8 year old, Male,
Chihuahua Mix, 10 lbs.
PEEWEE
6.5 year old, Male,
Chihuahua Mix, 13 lbs.
MARIBELLE
2 months old, Female,
basset/beagle mix 10lb
GIDGET
9 year old, Female
Wheaton/terrier mix 35lbs
SANDY
9 month old female yellow
lab/shepherd mix 53lbs.
Visit our website
for pics
samsimon
foundation.org
or call
(310)457-5898
VCS328268
AKC Lab Puppies
Fantastic pets or incredible
hunters, check our web site.
rockyriverretrievers.com
then click on candyland
retrievers. 2 chocolate F $800
each, 6 black F and 3 black
M for $500 each.
Call Ron 323-250-0922
VCS327739 VCS327739
Australian Shepherd
Puppies AKC papers,
champ bloodlines, 4 blue
merles & 3 tris, beautiful.
$700/$800. 805-499-1979 or
661-609-5355 VCS327782
Beautiful Female German
Shepherd @ Santa Paula
Rescue Center. Maggie
805-798-4878 VCS327878
Cat’s & Kittens $125.00!
Sat & Sun 11-5 @ PetCo/Vta
& PH, 4160 Market & Donlon
805-485-8811 VCS328669
DACHSHUNDS AKC $500
661-769-8807 or 661-333-4697
www.aaapuppydogs.com
VCS327797
English Bulldog
Puppies
girls & boys, rare colors,
xlnt upbringing, vet exam
& health guar., pic’s &
ref’s. to e-mail, great price
to homes that make
a great match. $1000
818-631-7556
VCS328080
Online Classifeds. Buy or Sell.
vcstar.com/ads
English Cream Golden
Retriever . 8wk M shots,
potty and crate trained, $1200
Sandy 805-433-5914
VCS327926
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
Golden Retriever Puppies
AKC papers, 3 Males,
beautiful. $600.
805-499-1979 or 661-609-5355
VCS327780
HAVANESE Really cute and
fun puppies. Male and
Female from $900.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS328269
KITTENS For Sale!
$30 - $60. Black & White or
Mixed Color. 805-625-0471
VCS328322
LAB PUPPIES
AKC/OFA/EIC/PRA
Fox Reds avail 4/27 & 5/11,
$1,000. Yellow/White due 5/7,
$800. Chocolate due 6/7, $900.
Health & Hip Guarantee.
www.eaglesnestlabs.com
661-823-8783 VCS328766
Pekingese SHIH TZU mix
puppy (M) gold color,
small size short hair. $350
www.lovelyshihtzu.com
805-415-8661 VCS327887
PITBULL MIX: black/white,
female, all around terrific
dog. Santa Paula Animal
Rescue. 805-798-4878
VCS328628
PUPPY SEASON
Lab/German Shepherd,
12 weeks old. Santa Paula
Animal Rescue Center.
805-798-4878 VCS328627
Shih Tzu purebred
8 wk , Male For Sale $250
805-280-8050 VCS328111
Volunteers Needed
With Retail Experience.
Cats Cradle Rescue Thrift
Shop. Wed thru Sun 11a-5p
805-485-8811 VCS327806
VOLUNTEERS WANTED
for Santa Paula Animal
Rescue Center. All pet
lovers encouraged to
apply. 805-798-4878 or
805-525-8609 VCS328629
315
Horses/Livestock
Miscellaneous
HORSE BOARDING
PRIVATE RANCH.
NEWBURY PARK
805-498-0406 VCS327932
MINIATURE PIGS
6 weeks, Very Intelligent,
Farm raised. 805-798-4940
VCS328703
TACK/RIDING Equipment
Sale. Everything Must Go.
Large selection of Western
Headstalls. 2 New Ozark
Western Saddles. 2 Older
Circle Y Show Saddles.
Beautiful Silver, good
condition. Hobby Horse
Brand Chaps, size M, never
worn. 2 Dressage Show
Coats, used. Helmet,
Saddle Pads, Reins & more.
May be seen 10:30a-5p at the
Longhorn. 315 Old Grade Rd,
Oakview. Or by appointment.
No reasonable offer refused.
805-746-5033 or 805-444-6308
VCS328855
Employment
500-585
540
Help Wanted
COUNSELORS &
THERAPISTS
Rader Programs,
nation’s leading provider
of eating disorders
treatment, seeks FT &
PT Counselors. Oxnard,
CA. Masters or Master’s
w/ License.Fax:
(818) 880-3750 or
rader@raderprograms.com
VCS328575
Master Technician
top dollar paid, shop open
40+ years, must have
ASE certs, clean dmv &
own tools. E-mail resume
Robert.Racing@yahoo.com
or call Robert @
805-495-3218
VCS328576
540
Help Wanted
Office - F/T, busy phone,
filing, fax, must be able
to multi-task, computer
knowledge a must. Apply
in person 11990 Discovery
Court, Moorpark, CA
93021 VCS328725
PC SUPPORT
SPECIALIST I/II
City of Ventura
$41,096 - $54,918/yr
+ xlnt benefits
SProvides computer
hardware/software
support to business users.
Req’s 2 yrs computer
science college
coursework or completion
of specialized computer
training program. Apply
online at
www.cityofventura.jobs
by 5/1/2013. EOE.
VCS328476
540
Help Wanted
Petroleum Transport Co
seeking detail oriented,
dedicated team player for
fast paced office/billing
dept. Must be proficient
in MS Office & 10-key by
touch. Exp in petroleum
industry preferred but
not req. M-F, 8hr & every
other weekend for 2 - 4
hrs.Compensation based
on exp. Background
checks are performed.
Email resume to:
hire23001@yahoo.com
VCS328883
Receptionist/
Office Assistant
Professional phone
manner,Quickbooks
knowledge a +
Shipping/Receiving
Local Ventura Company
Email resume to
lorraine@crsi.com
VCS328137
Search
through hundreds of homes for sale
using local MLS. Visit VCSHOMES.com
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
540
Help Wanted
Local online classifeds.
vcstar.com/ads
Browse
a directory of regional new housing
communities. Visit VCSHOMES.com
vcstar.com/ads
800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
Musical
instruments?
Find new&used cars.
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The Cardens of the WorId Community Park in
Thousand Oaks CaIifornia has an immediate
opening for an experienced resident manager{s).
Duties incIude management of the 4-acre property
and its programs. Management and scheduIing of
ofnce and grounds staff. ScheduIing and performing
preventative, and routine maintenance. Monitoring
security and protection of the park. CeneraI
ofnce vork, incIuding accounts payabIe, budgets,
scheduIingJcoordination of schooI tours, voIunteer
docent program and community functions.
Promote a high IeveI of community satisfaction
and pubIic reIations through communication vith
the community and city ofnciaIs. The successfuI
candidate or coupIe shouId have experience in
property management, Iandscape maintenance,
horticuIture, generaI ofnce skiIIs and be proncient
in MS OutIook, ExceI and Word. ExceIIent verbaI
and vritten communication skiIIs and the abiIity to
interact veII vith the pubIic.
PIease send Résumé and SaIary History* to:
The Hogan Fami!y Foundation
ResumeQhoganfoundation.org
8Ą5-48Ą-3Ą3Ą Phone
8Ą5-48Ą-3Ą4Ą Fax
* Rcsumcs uithout solory history uill not bc consiJcrcJ.
Removals•Respray•Paint
1 Day Svc. FREE Est. !
www.keysacoustic.com
Mike 805-208-6281
lic# 416345 VCS328551
Specializing in: Acura
• Honda • Nissan • Toyota
The Independent Shop
of Choice.....
37 Taylor Ct., T.Oaks
805-373-9895
VCS328909
SIGNATURE FINISH
CARPENTRY, INC
Bonded/Insured/Licensed
1 FREE Paint Grade
MANTEL w/your purchase
of 1,000 ft of crown molding.
Expires: 5/31/13
805-558-0551
Lic#948934 VCS327814
CARPET REPAIR
& CLEANING &
TILE CLEANING
• Stretching • Patches
• Carpet to Tile
Carpet Rescue
805-483-0899
(Lic #787080) VCS328910
I provide a loving, private
home daycare. Maximum
of 4 kids at a time, incl’g
my own. Our days consist
of outdoor fun, nice walks,
crafts & teaching of basic
lessons. I am bilingual.
5 years of exp. I have (2)
full time openings and great
references. 805-603-9982
VCS328723
On-Site Computer Repair
Service for home and
businesses. Apple and PC.
Repairs, Service, Virus
and Spyware removal,
New PC Setups, iPhones
etc. 15 yrs exp.
Local, call for appt:
805-443-0900 VCS328908
Onsite PC Support for
Home or Office
Computer Repair, Service
& Upgrades. Virus, Spyware
& Adware Removal.
Data Recovery. 13 years exp
Support@pctoc.com
805-991-0666
VCS328374
AG&R Masonry
& Concrete
Block WallsBBQStamped
Concrete Brick & Stone
Retaining WallsDriveways
& Patios Small Jobs OK.
Free Estimates.
Tony 805-231-5574
Lic#908763 VCS328854
CLARK & SONS
CONCRETE
•Driveway/RV Pad•Patios
•Pool Decks •Sidewalks
No Job Too Small
805-583-0480
LIC#408242 VCS328886
Escobar Concrete
Reasonable rates,
No job too small.
patios, block/retaining
walls, brick, stucco, pavers
tile, driveways stamp,
foundations, sea walls.
Robert 805-890-2198
Bobby 805-607-1387
Lic #819035 VCS327587
GABRIEL H. RUIZ
Masonry & Concrete
•Stamp Concrete
•Driveways •Block Walls
•Retaining Walls
•Brick & Stone Work
•BBQ •Paving •Stucco
+ Bobcat Tractor Svc
Cell-805-231-5576
Lic#883357 VCS328243
T & T
CONSTRUCTION
• Room Additions
• Kitchen & Bath
Remodels
• Patio Covers &
Decks
Tom 805-987-2860
Lic#425257 VCS326906
W.H.
Construction
Specializing in
Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
also do Windows & Doors
•Rm Additions•Electrical
•Acoustic Ceiling Removal/
Texture•Plumbing•Tile
•Wood & Laminate Flooring
•Wood Fencing•Painting
Senior Disc.
805-485-9662 or
805-469-4629
(Lic #751293) Fully Bonded
& Insured VCS328090
TIM’S CUSTOM
DOORS
Over 200 Styles
French Swing Sliders, All
Brands, Locks. Hardware,
Moldings. Wholesale Prices.
25 Years Experience!
(805) 527-5808
Lic #724376 VCS328367
ARCHITECTURAL
Design & Drafting
REMODELING
ADDITIONS
NEW CONSTRUCTION
EXPERIENCED
805-444-7371
(LIC # C10380) VCS328377
ALL-PHASE
DRYWALL
“No Job Too Small”
All Your Drywall Needs!
40+ Years Experience
Competitive Rates
805-701-3108 Lic #955634
VCS327971
AROUND TOWN
ELECTRIC
BEST VALUE!
Since 1981
Experienced Contractor
Greg & Steve Mendonca
Specializing in Residential
Jobs & Repairs at
Reasonable Rates.
No Job Too Small
805-988-0636
Lic #407590 VCS328905
Conejo Valley
Electric
Lighting Specialist
Recessed & Landscape
Anything Electrical!
Family Owned
* FREE Estimates *
SERVICE CALL $50
Cool off whole house, Attic &
Gable Fan Specialists.
Supply a ceiling fan & we
will install it for you. $149
We install ALL
Wall Mount, Flat Screen
TV’s, Speakers & Network
Systems.
Will Beat Anyone’s Price!
805-497-7711
818-259-4055
www.conejoelectric.com
Lic#922260 VCS327813
JEFF WARD
ELECTRIC
*LED Lighting*Remodels
*Trouble Shooting *Free Est.
805-648-3184
Ins/Lic#648300 VCS328037
JOSE’S
FENCES
Wood Fences & Gates. New
or Repairs Vinyl Fencing &
Wrought Iron. Chainlink.
Block Walls. Best Prices.
Prof Installation
Free Est/Senior Discounts
805-443-3817 or
805-483-5699
Ins/Lic#798198 VCS328697
SYV FENCING
All types of wood fencing,
gates and repairs.
Ken 805-944-8047
Free Estimates!
Lic. & Bonded Lic. 864603
syvfencing@hotmail.com
VCS327964
HARRIS
HARDWOOD
FLOORING
37 Year Veteran
Master Craftsmanship
Sales and Installation
Refinishing and Repairs
805-654-0969
Greg Lic 643309 VCS328745
Alonso’s Gardening Service
• Yard Maintenance
• Planter Work • Hauling
• Sod • Clean-up & more
• Trim small trees
Free Estimates!
RUBEN ALONSO
805-901-1292
L#0762471 VCS328614
....NOTICE....
“California law requires that
contractors taking jobs that
total $499 or more (labor and
materials) be licensed. State
law also requires that contrac-
tors include their license num-
bers on all advertising. Check
out your licensed contractor by
calling the Contractors State
License Board at:
1-800-321-2752”
Acoustic Ceilings
Auto Repair
Carpentry
Carpet Repair
Child Care
Computer
Services
Concrete Work
Construction
Construction
Doors
Drafting
Dry Wall
Electrical
Contractor
Electrical
Contractor
Fencing
Flooring
Gardening
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales
Utilize
loan calculator to project monthly
payments. Visit VCSHOMES.com
Call 800-221-STAR(7827)
Buy it. Sell it. Find it.
vcstar.com/ads
professional services
To advert|se (805) 437-0000
Find new&used cars.
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‘’A’’ PLUS
GARDENING
• Mow • Edge • Bushes
Trimmed • Yard Clean-ups
No job too big or small.
Reasonable. Free Estimates
1 Time or Monthly
(805)336-3947 VCS328250
E. V. Lawnmowing
Mow • Edge
•Trimming Bushes
• Clean-ups
Free Estimates
Edward 805-302-7363
VCS328411
JJ’S GARDENING
Landscaping • General
Cleanups • Haul Trash •
Sodding & Seeding • Tree
Planting and Pruning •
Stump Removal.
Good Prices!
* FREE Estimates *
805-760-2204 ; 805-986-0370
Lic#1119461 VCS328431
PERMAGREEN
Intensive Lawn Care
Complete landscape.
Mow & Edge
Specials!
Sprinkler/Lawn install.
Tree Removal & Pruning
or Planting. Demo & Haul.
FREE ESTIMATES!
805-630-9252
Lic# 842019 VCS328631
A WOMAN
IN TRADE
Home Repairs
Complete Kitchen Bath
Remodeling Custom
Cabinets & Refacing
Wood Work/Molding
Tile, Paint, Drywall
Plumbing, Electric,
Lighting Reasonable/Clean
Lynn 805-487-7709
Lic#285372 VCS327970
CHUCK STOUT
HANDYMAN
All Trades:
Plumbing, Tile, Electric,
Drywall, Painting, Windows,
Framing & Carpentry.
30 + years in Conejo Valley
FREE Estimates
805-499-2860
Lic# 771801 VCS327817
EXPERIENCED
AUSTRALIAN
HANDYMAN
Carpentry, Plumbing,
Electrical, Construction
& Remodeling.
Automotive & odd jobs.
805-216-4919
VCS328786
Handyman/
Fulltime Single Dad
Plumbing, Painting,
Electrical, Hauling,
Garage Cleanups,
Reasonable Rates
805-630-4901
VCS328005
HANDYMAN
Stucco, Fencing, Drywall,
Doors, Paint Texture,
Plumbing, Tile, Roof
Repair, Carpentry,
Windows, Concrete.
All Work Guaranteed
805-491-8330
St lic/bond 905329 VCS328267
• lights • plumbing
• doors • carpentry
• locks • cabinets
• painting
Tim Voorhees 527-5808
LIC #724376 VCS328368
PARAMOUNT
Heating,Plumbing,Electrical
Painting, Drywall, Stucco,
Carpentry, Windows, Doors,
Landscaping & Hauling.
FREE Est & Sr. Discounts
No Job Too Small!
Richard 805-815-8745
Lic#086358 VCS328540
AL’S
HAULING!
7 Days-FREE Estimates!
(805)485-9334
• Tree/HedgeTrim and
Chain Saw
• Yard Rototilling
• Garage Cleanups
• Appliance Removal
* Will Haul Big or Small *
Lic. 94-06169 VCS328607
BROTHER’S
HAULING
Any Handyman
Job• Trash/Yard
Clean-up• Garage
Clean-up• Chain
Saw jobs •Concrete
& Dirt Removal
We Haul Anything
Free Estimates
(805)405-7909
VCS328440
HOUSECLEANING over 20
years exp. Excellent, fast
efficient & thorough work
at modest prices, and...
“I DO WINDOWS”
and gutters. I also love
to help the elderly as needed.
Have xlnt references.
805-201-8585 VCS328375
Maid In America
Housecleaning
Services
Paul Lopez
Owner/Operator
23 Years Serving the
Conejo Valley
(805)499-7259
Lic/Bonded/Insured
(#08033) VCS328233
LANDSCAPE
WEST
All phases of landscaping.
Concrete, masonry, sod,
sprinklers, tree removal,
demo and hauling.
Call John: 805-341-7150
Lic 735001 VCS327977
AAA Pacific Coast
Construction
•Kitchen & Bath Remodels
•Paint & Drywall Specialist
•Interior/Exterior Painting
•Acoustic Removal/
Retexture
Reasonable Rates
FREE ESTIMATES
WE DO IT ALL !!
Guaranteed Quality Work
Call Matt 805-443-4608
Lic# 579047 VCS328373
ANGELO LORENZO
Custom Painting
•Residential & Commercial
•Repaints
•Remodel/New Construction
•Stucco/Drywall
AngeloLorenzoPainting.com
Call for FREE Estimate
Office 805-581-0268
Cell 805-795-1528
Lic#465487/Insd VCS327586
DONE RIGHT
PAINTING
Quality Since 1989
Contractor.....
does his own work.
Lots of Referrals!
• All work guaranteed
• Residential
• Full Preparation
* FREE ESTIMATES *
805-522-1698
Lic/Ins #575354 VCS328468
PAINTING
C & R WEST COAST
SERVICES
Comm’l & Residential
Interior & Exterior
Free Estimates!
Quality @ Reasonable Rates
805-647-4900
Insured/Lic635809 VCS327697
ACROWN
PLUMBING
Drain Clean/Repair.
Leak Repair. Fixture Install.
Hydro-Jetting. Plumbing
Remodels. Repipes. New
Construction 24 hrs/7 days
805-526-4125
818-612-0413
Lic #921281 VCS328566
Special $79
Drain Unclogging*
It DRAINS or It’s FREE
*with Cleanout Access
(805)620-3207
Serving Ventura and Santa
Barbara Counties
Lic #968680 VCS328240
JLG ROOFING
DBA Gils Roofing Co.
New Roof, Re-Roof,
Flat Roof, Woodwork
Owner on every job!
Free Estimates!
All Work Guaranteed!
www.JLGRoofing.com
805-816-9414
Lic #885763
Insured/Workers Comp.
Accepting Visa/MC/Discover
VCS327494
Fast & Dependable
Quality Work
(805)487-8189
www.ericksonsroofing.com
Free Estimates.Insured
Lic #734346 VCS328370
ROOFING
SERVICES
Specializing in all types of
roofing and roof repairs.
Tile, shingles, flat roofs.
Modified roofs.
Dryrott repair & painting.
All work guaranteed
Ask us about a
roof tune-up.
no job too small.
Owner works on all jobs
Ask for Bill 24/7
• Senior Discount 10%
•Free estimates
• All work guaranteed
• 24 hour services
• 33 years experience
805-428-7651
VCS328771
BOBLETT’S
SPRINKLER SVC
*Repairs *Timers
*Trouble Shooting
*System Tune-Up
*Upgrade Existing
Systems
805-804-7785 VCS328376
JONATHAN’s TILE
Master Craftsman
• Natural Stone Restoration
• Showers • Floors
• Bathroom Remodels
• Back Splashes
We will beat any written
estimate by 5%.
(Estimate must be from
insured/licensed contractor.)
805-443-3843
www.venturacountytile.com
Lic#736631 and Insured
VCS328497
DON’S
TILE SERVICES
Tile & Grout Repair
Cleaning & Sealing
Installation Sale on Floors,
Showers & Back Splashes.
805-649-9451 805-648-6577
Peterson Tile Lic #412832
VCS328889
Premier Tile & Stone
Family owned. 20 yrs exp.
in new homes & remodels
Need help with your design
or have a related question,
Pick my brain for free!
Lic#N-12-5910 Insured
805-620-2236
VCS328078
LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
• Expert Trimming
• Stump Grinding
• Yuccas & Shrubs
• Free Estimates
JOHN APPEL
(805)649-4759
VCS328230
Gardening Handypersons Handypersons
Hauling
House Cleaning
Landscaping
Paint Contractor
Paint Contractor
Plumbing
Plumbing
Roofing
Roofing
Sprinklers
Tile Contractors
Tile
Tree Services
Online Classifeds. Buy or Sell.
vcstar.com/ads
Utilize
loan calculator to project monthly
payments. Visit VCSHOMES.com
Find new&used cars.

cycIes, boats
andRVs.
PositiveIy paIatabIe.
For home delivery call (800) 221-STAR
Film
Tunes
Stage
Exhibit
Chill
Taste
Play
) 221-STAR ) 221-ST l (800) 221-STAR ) 221-ST
EveryFriday.
Local foodcritic, RitaMoran
serves uprestaurant reviews.
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Healthcare
Help Desk Analyst
Located close to the beach, just 60 miles north of Los
Angeles, Community Memorial Hospital is a 242 bed
non-profit, acute care facility, committed to provide
quality patient care in an environment that promotes
clinical excellence and innovative leadership.
We offer some of the best benefits in the industry, along
with great career choices, training, and leadership
development. At our facility, our employees share their
enthusiasm for life as well as for helping others. As you
balance your work life with your other passions, we’re
there for you every step of the way.
CMHS offers excellent benefits, such as Medical, Dental,
Vision, Life, and AD&D insurance. We also offer a
comprehensive 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending
accounts, paid time off, and a variety of other great
benefits.
If you are interested in joining teams that meld quality
care and compassion to create an environment of excel-
lence, please take a moment to discover more about what
it’s like to work at Community Memorial Health System.
“CMHS is an EOE/AA Employer”
Responsibilities:
Under general supervision, interfaces with computer and
telecommunications system customers and provides
capabilities, training, support services, technical support,
and knowledge to facilitate customer (end-user)
computing; and performs other related duties as
required. Assists customers with basic computing and
telecommunication issues and questions over the
telephone, relaying technical information in a manner
appropriate for the intended audience. Performs minor
repairs on microcomputer, printer, communication lines,
and other equipment deemed appropriate. Ensures that
customer requirements and objectives fit into the overall
plan of the Information Systems activity, i.e., equipment
compatibility, operating objectives, personnel resources,
and data requirements.
Qualifications:
High School diploma or GED is required. One (1) year
Information System experience in a health care related
environment required. Experience in Meditech Hospital
System and Windows based systems preferred.
Minimum field-of-expertise in minicomputers usage,
telecommunications, P/C Windows Operating Systems.
Knowledge of Information Systems current technology.
Transcribe customer issues into help desk system.
Perform queries of various databases and report
generation knowledge of Meditech applications desired.
Meditech software support experience and Microsoft
office automation applications preferred.
Full-Time - Sunday thru Thursday, 2:00pm to 10:30pm
VCS328132
OUTSIDE SALES
• Candidate must have previous outside sales experience,
with excellent communication skills to build long term
relationships with our clients.
• Role involves prospecting for new clients, including
restaurants, property management companies, county
departments and other businesses only - not residential.
• Building relationships are key - both current and new
clients
• Previous plumbing knowledge not important
• Candidate must be self motivated with a positive
attitude
• Position comes with a company car, gas card, PPO
health insurance fully paid by company
• Salary approx $45k-55k with plenty of room for growth
Position is within a fast growing company with plenty of
room for personal growth. Candidate must be a team
player with a positive attitude and willing to learn and be
flexible. Job is based in office in Ventura.
Position includes PPO Health Insurance fully paid by
company for employee and discounted rates for family and
cell phone.
Please email resume to: patrick@mrrootersb.com
VCS328645
VPI is a leading innovator for Call
Recording,
Customer Experience & Workforce Optimization software
solutions. Worldwide customers include financial traders,
call centers, first responders, government & enterprises.
We currently seek:
• General Accountant
w/AP - P/T - Camarillo
• Help Desk Technician
F/T - Camarillo
See: www.VPI-Corp.com\AboutVPI\Careers
for job descriptions and application information.
Voice Print is an Equal Opportunity Employer based in
Camarillo, CA offering competitive wages & benefits,
growth opportunities and a drug free workplace.
VCS328831
540
Help Wanted
BOOKKEEPER
Working with senior
management to create
performance reports, sales
reports and expense reports
from data and analyse
information to aid business
decisions
• Managing accounts
receivables
• Help processing
payroll, calculating
commissions & salaries
• Managing internal
invoicing
• Inventory control
management
• Reconciling sales
reports with bank
statements to ensure
accuracy
• Implement systems to
maintain orderly
accounting processes
Position is within a fast
growing company with
plenty of room for personal
growth. Candidate must be
a team player with a
positive attitude and willing
to learn and be flexible.
Job is based in office in
Ventura, Monday - Friday
7am-4pm.
Position includes PPO
Health Insurance fully paid
by company for employee
and discounted rates for
family and cell phone.
Salary +/- $3400 per month
Please email resume to:
patrick@mrrootersb.com
VCS328643
JANITORIAL MGR
w/ exp is needed at
THE NEW FRENCH BAKERY
Ventura a division of
STARBUCKS Coffee,
at 4231 Transport Street,
Ventura.Good pay, Good
Benefits. VCS328821
Computer Network
Architect Lead
Develop Supply Chain
software in Java Forms
and Reports for internal
usage. Mail Recume to:
DATA SYSTEMS INC.
3600 Via Pescador,
Camarillo, CA 93012
VCS327459
ENGINEERS
Applications Engineer:
Jobsite: Camarillo, CA.
R&D electronic transient
voltage suppression prod-
ucts, and design circuit
sys and components. MS
+ exp w/: Oscilloscope,
Network Analyzer, ESD
generator, TLP analysis,
PSPICE. Resume to T.
Vegos/Re:AE, Semtech
Corp, 200 Flynn Rd.,
Camarillo, CA 93012.
Principals only. Lgl work
auth. VCS328912
540
Help Wanted
Entry level, $10.00/hr, no
exp necessary. Will train
for our Packaging Clerk
position in our Assembly
Dept. Req:100% effort;
strong attendance &
ability to speak, read &
write in English. Call
Circular Connectors Inc,
(805)987-8145 Tues-Thurs
Ask for Donna.
VCS328410
PLUMBER - F/T
Work: 805-488-2733
Fax: 805-488-8144
VCS328642
DRIVERS
Ventura County
Shuttle & Airporter
• Immediate FT and PT
driver positions available
• Class A/B w/pass. endorse
• Medical card required
• Benefitis, overtime, tips
Phone interview
10am-3pm Mon-Fri
(805) 650-6600
VCS328767
Trans. Company seeking
Drivers with own fuel
friendly mini P/U to
deliver small auto parts
in Mrpk & Ventura. F/T-
P/T 8-5 shifts Mon-Sat
$10-$13 hr. 1-855-579-3575
VCS328238
Truck Driver
Driver needed for a
Petroleum Dist., F/T,
Class A/B Hazmat & tank
Endors w/ clean DMV
4480 Dupont Ct Ventura
Ca 93003 (805) 339-0370
VCS328300
540
Help Wanted
Amgen Inc. has an oppor-
tunity for Finance Man-
ager. Reqs: Master’s &
exp/crswrk in corporate
fin, Invstmnts, Financial
Acct, Financial Mgmnt,
Forecasting, develop fin
models. Job site: Thou-
sand Oaks, CA. Refer-
ence #8NP2ZS & submit
resume to Global Mo-
bility, Amgen Inc., One
Amgen Center Dr, B36-2-
C, Thousand Oaks, CA
91320. No phone calls or
e-mails. Must be legally
authorized to work in the
U.S. w/o sponsorship.
EOE. VCS328199
Amgen Inc. has an oppor-
tunity for Finance Man-
ager. Reqs: Master’s & 3
years exp; exp w/ phar-
maceutical & biotech in-
dustry, biotech or
pharma R&D, Quantita-
tive models, exp/crswrk
in Financial Acct & Corp
Finance. Job site: Thou-
sand Oaks, CA. Refer-
ence # 8NQ4GW & submit
resume to Global Mo-
bility, Amgen Inc., One
Amgen Center Dr, B36-2-
C, Thousand Oaks, CA
91320. No phone calls or
e-mails. Must be legally
authorized to work in the
U.S. w/o sponsorship.
EOE. VCS327496
Amgen Inc. seeks a Fi-
nance Manager. Requires
a Master’s degree plus 36
months of exp or Bache-
lor’s degree plus 60
months of exp. Special
Reqs - Coursework in Fi-
nance, Financial Report-
ing, Managerial
Accounting, Int’l Fi-
nance; Coursework in
Healthcare; Previous
work experience in Ana-
lytics/Consulting/Finan-
cial planning rtld to
pharmaceutical/life sci-
ence industry; & exp in
Financial Modeling &
Forecasting. Job site:
Thousand Oaks, CA. Ref-
erence Job Code #
8SKPAT & submit re-
sume to Global Mobility,
Amgen Inc., One Amgen
Center Dr, B36-2-C, Thou-
sand Oaks, CA 91320. No
phone calls or e-mails.
Must be legally author-
ized to work in the U.S.
w/o sponsorship. EOE.
VCS327484
540
Help Wanted
Turning Point
Foundation, a non-profit
agency, has an opening
for a Finance &
Operations Director.
Office in Ventura. For
more information visit:
www.turningpoint
foundation.org
VCS328914
Healthcare
Medical Office Mgr
needed for TO & Simi
orthopedic offices. Will
cover both offices. Must
be exp w/ demonstrated
managerial success.
Fax 818-901-6642 or
kfelice@scoi.com
VCS328333
RN, LVN, CHHA
needed for Home Health
Agency. Contact Priscila
Punsalan at 805-987-8889
VCS328321
Ocean Lifeguard
Seasonal
Days/Week/
Weekends
City of Port
Hueneme
$13.99 - $18.17/hr.
Test Req: 5/11/2013
Info:
www.cityofport
hueneme.org
VCS328853
BUS OPERATOR
$15.77 - $22.14 P/H
Xlnt benefits & CalPERS
pension plan. This
recruitment will close at
5 pm, on 05/03/13
Submit your application:
www.goldcoasttransit.org
VCS328091
MACHINIST
SCREW MACHINE
OPERATOR
Mfg. Co. in Ventura look-
ing for Brown & Sharpe
Screw Machine Operator.
Set-up & Operation Exp.
preferred. Not a job shop.
FT / Day shift. Apply in
person at 2238 Palma
Drive, Ventura (9am -
3pm) or fax resume to
805/642-5135
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
VCS328399
540
Help Wanted
MAINTENANCE
P/T eve, Mon-Fri, resp
for maint/custodial work.
Team player & flex hrs.
Bible Fellowship Church
805-656-7766 x271
VCS328553
Manufacturing
GENERAL SHOP HELP
General shop help to per-
form various duties.
Exp. in a shop environ-
ment preferred. FT posi-
tion. Apply in person
FROM 9AM - 3:00PM
2238 Palma Dr.,Ventura.
or fax resume to
805/642-5135
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
VCS328397
Manufacturing
Quality Inspector
Dimensional inspection of
machined parts.
CMM a must.
Proto-type
Machinist
Tooling, fixtures, parts,
Solidworks, Mastercam.
S&R Manager
6-8 employees. All
aspects of S&R.
Great Benefits!
Send resume:
HR@jimsusa.com
Fax: 805-482-7422
555 Dawson Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012
VCS328680
Quality Manager
Measurement Specialties,
a global designer &
manufacturer of sensors,
has mgmt position for
their Chatsworth location.
Candidate must have BA;
5-7 yrs manufacturing
exp & 3 yrs supervision;
exp w/ Lean Manufactur-
ing, ISO9001, Six Sigma &
continuous improvement
preferred. Send resume
to: measresume@
meas-spec.com. MEAS is
an EOE/M/F/D/V
VCS328180
Turning Point
Foundation, a non-profit
agency serving adults
with serious & persistent
mental illness has the
following positions
available in our new
Quality of Life program:
•Program Manager
•Administrative &
Program Assistant
For job description visit:
www.turningpoint
foundation.org
VCS328154
540
Help Wanted
SHOP TECH
Oil field safety co looking
for motivated shop worker.
Duties incl: offshore,
cleaning equip, deliveries &
gen maint Advancement
avail. Drug screen req’d.
Apply in person only:
2550 Eastman Ave, Ste 3,
Ventura
VCS328350
Lighthouse for Women &
Children (Christian non-
profit) seeking: Case
Manager (FT) case
mgmt duties, B.S./ B.A.
in Social Work or related
field preferred. 1-2 yrs or
more in urban and/or
homeless related minis-
tries/positions. Bi-lingual
preferred. Email
Csorenson@
erescuemission.org
Fax (805) 385-4126
VCS328095
P/T Site Director
($14.38-$16.65/hr.)
New position with the
Teen Enrichment After
School Program in Oak
Park. Apply by 5/24/13,
5pm. Details & appl. at
www.rsrpd.org Rancho
Simi Rec & Park District
VCS328820
RESIDENTIAL
CARE AIDE - F/T
3pm-11:30pm & 11pm-7:30am
Apply in person.
Treacy Villa,
3482 Loma Vista Rd, Vta
VCS328707
SALES
Electronic Component
Distributor has FT sales
position in Newbury
Park. Can you work well
under pressure & are you
good with people? Junior
& Sr Sales Reps are need-
ed. If you’re energetic &
looking for something dif-
ferent, this could be your
dream job. Salary +
Comm & benefits.Foreign
language a plus. Email
resumes to:
sperez@class-ic.com
VCS328765
SALES
TELEMARKETING
We don’t care what type
of work you’ve done in
the past. If you have the
ability & persistence,
we’ll train you to sell our
industrial tools and
supplies. Ventura
distributor needs six new
reps ASAP to make out-
bound cold calls to the
Marine & Truck industry.
Up to $25.00/hr, Salary+
Comm. M-F 7am-2:15pm.
Call Pat 805-644-7758
VCS327827
540
Help Wanted
540
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VTA 1+1 west end in a
4 unit building. Water &
trash incl., 1 car storage
garage, street parking
& community yard area.
$795
Olive
VTA Downtown 3+2.5
with it’s own 6 seat movie
theater. Near the beach,
fairgrounds, shopping, res
turants and easy freeway
access. Washer/dryer/re
frigerator included in rent.
$2250 Santa Clara
VTA Very unique Pierpont
area 1+1.75 (over 1500 sq
ft) with office and ocean
and hillside views. Large
private patio off bedroom,
attached 2 car garage,
sauna. Inside laundry
area. $2295
San Pedro
VTA 2+1 McKeon side
unit, close to shopping, res
turants and easy freeway
access.Living room and
kitchen down, bedroom
and bath up. Community
coin-op laundry $1250
Shenandoah
OXN 2 story studio with
attached 1.5 car garage.
Laundry hook-ups, close to
school and shopping. $1100
Strickland
OXN 2+2 Port Marluna
2+2 penthouse overlooking
the harbor. Short walk to
shopping, resturants.
Complex has elevator,
pool, spa, gym and a BBq
area as well as under
ground parking. $2500
Windshore
OXN 2+2.5 One block
from the beach with multi
ple decks and patios.
Downstairs den/office area
and laundry area with
private patio, 2 car
garage with storage. $2350
Mandalay Beach
Pt HUE 2+1.5 Surfside,
walking distance to beach,
naval base, resturants,
shopping and the pier.
1 carport parking area,
complex has a pool and
spa. Stacked washer/
dryer included. $1300
Surfside
Pt HUE 3+2.5 Close to
shopping and naval base,
living/family room with
wood floors and fireplace.
Washer/dryer/refrigerator
for tenants use.
Pets considered $2200
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**additional
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one year lease
unless otherwise
specified
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805-650-2500
We are a proud
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VCS328044
540
Help Wanted
SECRETARY
$2,757.07-$3,438.56/MO
F/T w/Vta Co Ofc of Ed
Req: HS grad, 3 yrs
cler exp, typing cert 50
wpm net, Appl/job desc
avail HR,
5189 Verdugo Way, Cam
(805)383-1913 or apply
www.edjoin.org EOE
Deadline:4:00 p.m.5/3/13
VCS328504
Aerospace Employer in
Camarillo area seeking
Repair & Overhaul
Techs. Responsible for
teardown, cleaning,
kitting, rebuilding &
testing of aircraft motors.
Prior FAA repair station
certificate a plus. Req. to
pass drug test as req. by
FAA. Please send
resumes to
HRDept222@gmail.com
VCS328149
Sales
TECHNICAL
SALES MANAGER
Sensirion, a leading high
tech sensor company, is
searching for a qualified
Sales Engineer who will
be responsible for the
sales of our sensor prod-
ucts. The ideal candidate
will have two or more
years in sensor sales or
design and development.
A BS or MS in Electri-
cal/Mechanical Engineer-
ing or Physics and a
technical aptitude for
electro-mechanical prod-
ucts is a MUST. Travel -
one week per month. We
offer a competitive salary
and a professional work
environment. Please sub-
mit your resume with a
cover letter to:
Catherine.Goldberg@
sensirion.com
or drop it off at 2801
Townsgate Road, Suite
204, Westlake Village, CA
91361. No phone calls
please VCS327951
P/T Video Editor
Needed for High Profile
training company.
Experience, enthusiasm
& people skills are key.
E-mail:
Debbie@larryjordan.biz
VCS328351
Veterinary Technician,
Assistant & Receptionist
F/T, Exp. Able to
multi-task, accurate data
entry/record keeping,
compassionate /
professional interactions
w/ clients/ patients & be
self motivated. F/T
position includes one
weekend day. Wage
depending on exp. Health
ins, profit sharing,
uniforms, & CE included.
Email resumes to:
civhresumes@aol.com
VCS328726
Rentals
600-683
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
2088 W. Hillcrest Drive
NEWBURY PARK
• Studio - $1,225
• One Bedroom - $1,395
• Dual Master - $1,725
Call for Special....
up to $500 GIFT CARD!
Renovated, f/p, all
appliances included.
Small dogs welcome.
866.462.1407
VCS327700
FILLMORE Adult 55+ 1br,
a/c, all utils pd, except elec.
From $725. $500 Bonus
HUD/Pet OK. 805-524-4124 or
805-642-9527 VCS327705
NICE, QUIET STUDIOS FOR 55+
Private balconies + views.
Starting at $759 per month.
Walking distance to stores,
and to doctors’ offices.
Heated pool, BBQ area,
gym, rec room, festivities.
115 N. 4th Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
Pets ok. Section 8 welcome.
805-525-5804 VCS327715
OXN AFFORDABLE!
PACIFIC POINT APTS
• 1 BEDROOM JR’S
1001 W. Gonzales Rd.
805.485.1078
OPEN
Mon-Fri, 8a-5p
VCS327508
OXNARD: 1 Bdrm
$900/mo, downstairs,
patio, carport, wtr+trash
pd, near Downtown
Plaza Park.
Crossroads Investments
805-485-4040
crossroads-investments.net
VCS328224
OXNARD
• 2bd, $1,195/mo
Available in nice quiet
community. 805-981-3719
VCS328277
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $925
1+1 $1,050
(Jan Special Only)
2+1 $1,295
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool & spa
tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS328228
OXNARD
DEL CIERVO
APARTMENTS
Low Deposits
OAC
1 & 2 Bedrooms
*on availability
• Beautiful Grounds
• BBQ Area
• Pool and Jacuzzi
• Tennis Courts
• Close to Shopping
1905 N. H St.
805-981-4341
VCS328380
Oxnard N.
1 Bedroom
See us before you rent!
From $1,025.
Parkwood Gardens Apts
Ventura Rd. @ Gonzales
805-983-1201
aptlifestyles.com
VCS328527
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
OXNARD NORTH
• 1+1, $1,050/mo
• 2+1, $1,400/mo w/garage
Elma 805-604-9578
VCS328273
OXN N. 2+2 from $1,295
Good credit/immediate
move-in.(Gonzalez @ H St.)
CEDAR GLEN APTS
805-485-5877 or visit:
aptlifestyles.com
VCS328525
OXN N. 3+2 from $1,495
Good credit/immediate
move-in.(Gonzalez @ H St.)
CEDAR GLEN APTS
805-485-5877 or visit:
aptlifestyles.com
VCS328526
PIRU VALLE
NARANJAL APTS
4268 Center St
Farm Worker Community
for low income families
Now accepting applications
for 2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
For more info call
805-521-1009 VCS328547
Port Hueneme: 1 Bdrm
$925/mo limited availability
Gated prk’g, patio/balcony.
Quiet, close to the Base.
PARK MADERA APTS
805-984-4062
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS328522
Senior 55+Community
Oxnard Heritage Park Apartments
1 MONTH FREE! Gated, Coastal Living,
New Paint, Carpet, Appliance, Free WIFI, Friday Bingo,
Variety of Activates, Club House, BBQ, Patio, and more!
820 South E. St. OAC Call 805-483-7922 VCS327064
SPRINGTIME
Savings & Fun
• 2 Bedroom Townhomes
• Washer/Dryer included
• Dogs & Cats Welcome *
• Large private yards
1-866-291-3218 (24/7)
Monterey Villas
1018 Kelp Lane
* Restrictions Apply
VCS328674
T.O. 2/1 with 1 car garage,
fenced back patio, newly
renovated. N. Conejo
School Rd., Thousand Oaks
$1600 mo. + dep. Call TPC
760-247-6798. VCS327958
T.O. SPRING SPECIAL
@ MOUNT CLEF APTS
• 1 BD - From $1,100/mo
www.mountclef.com
805-492-2022
VCS328229
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
T.O.
When Available
SPACIOUS
2 Bedrooms
Pool, covered prk’g
and laundry room.
Easy Fwy Access.
Sorry, NO pets.
Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat: By Appt
(805)495-5520
223 Erbes Rd #101
VCS327791
VENTURA:
• 1+1, $950/mo.
• 2+1, $1,250/mo.
Vance 805-641-1776
VCS328276
VENTURA 1 BR
$1,100/mo. Limited
availability. Gated prk’g.
Convenient to everything.
Ventura del Sol Apts
805-656-0236
aptlifestyles.com
VCS328523
VENTURA
1br apt $950, 2br apt $1200
Near college. No smoke/pets.
805-890-2142 VCS328747
Ventura
1 or 2 Bedroom
From $1,350/$1,550
Spacious, gated parking,
Convenient to shopping.
ASHWOOD GARDENS
805-644-6724
aptlifestyles.com
VCS328521
VENTURA COUNTY
Make a Change
Tierra Vista Apts
1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms
From $1,318
Don’t Forget To Ask...
About Our Great
MOVE-IN SPECIAL
Open to view
• Spacious floor plans
• Washer/Dryer
• Pet Friendly
• Full kitchen appl. Pkg.
• Parking Garage/Carport
Open Daily Mon-Sun 9a-6p
Call 866-799-0390
VCS328895
VTA 1+1 newly renovated
walk to Downtown Ventura.
$1,200/mo, utils paid.
805-653-0809 VCS328327
VTA E. 2+1 $1140/mo.,
Clean & quiet complex.
Cat ok. N/S.
Call 805-218-5814 VCS328014
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VTA
Harbor View Villas
Luxury Apt. Homes
• Fabulous Ocean Views
• FREE Cable!
333 N. Kalorama St.
805-648-1760
www.gardnercompany.com
Harborview apts/gardner
management VCS328439
VTA VILLA BOCCALI apts.
Quiet cottage style 2+1. F/P,
encl. patio w/carport, W/D
facilities, close to mall &
hospital. Smoke free rentals.
No dogs. $1,250+$1,300+sec.
Good credit a must.
By Appointment only.
805-642-1316 VCS328624
611
Beach & Vacation
Rentals
OXNARD Silver Strand 3+1
Apt. 1 car gar, w/d hkup, no
pets. $1,600/mo+$1,600/sec.
805-984-1405 VCS328184
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
Bella Vista Condos
in Ventura
2bd+den, 2 car tandem
gar, $2,300/mo. Lease
Available June 1st.
Contact Michele
805.639.3214 or
805.766.0269
VCS327620
OXNARD SHORES Super
Sharp 1+1.5 w/loft, granite
kitch. counters, fridge, wash
er & dryer, 1 car gar., $1,395
SARALEI REALTY
805-529-5853 VCS328077
OXNARD
Townhomes
For Rent
Spacious Floorplans
2 & 3 Bedrooms
$1,750 - $2,200
All units include w/d
& attached garages.
1500 Tulipan Circle
805.278.1500
VCS327682
Port Hueneme Spacious 3+2
nr harbor & beaches.Washer
& dryer hookups, oversized
double garage with opener,
formal living dining room
beautiful kitchen, walk-in
pantry, breakfast bar, secure
private patio. $1395
Keith Hanson Realty
805-981-1552
VCS328326
SIMI VALLEY 2bd+1ba
newly remodeled, no pets.
$1,500/month+security.
805-624-7915 VCS328417
VTA 3+2.5, new carpet/paint
immaculate, all appliances
included, two story, 2 car
gar, walk to Gov’t Center.
$2,150/mo+sec. No pets/smkg
805-816-4598 VCS328533
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
WESTLAKE 2+2 CONDO
Like new, refridge included,
granite kitchen counter,
large attached patio, 1 level,
comm pool & play area.
$1,795/mo. GE Realty
805-496-9650 VCS328418
WESTLAKE VILLAGE
Remodeled 2bd+2ba
2 car gar, laundry, pvt yd,
No Pets. $2,250/mo.
818-798-8036 VCS328419
625
Houses Furnished
MALIBU Co-Line, Ventura
COZY QUIET one bedroom
house nestled in the Santa
Monica Mts. Fully
furnished including linens
& kitchen wares. Front
porch & patio, washer/
dryer, SAT/HDTV & WiFi.
NO pets/messes/smoking.
$1,500/mo+dep. Utilities
paid. 310-457-3807 or
320-589-8311 VCS328421
VTA E. End Interim Rental
2+2, f/p, fam rm, patio, pool.
All utils incl’d: grdnr, pool
service. NO S/D/P. $1,800/mo
+sec. Temp Rental: Avail
End Of April - Sept. 30th.
Oak St Property Shoppe
805-643-1288 VCS328098
627
Houses Unfurnished
Find new& used cars.
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Cam. 2+2, light & bright,
fenced yard $1695 gardener
incl., Open House Saturday
4/27 1-4pm 55 Calle Vista
805-551-8620 VCS328823
Camarillo 3+2, fam rm, f/p,
gdr., no p/d/s, $2050+ sec.
dep, 2 yr lease, 805-484-4446
VCS328611
CAM: Mission Oaks
Ventana 4+2.5, att 2 car
gar, 1,781sf. $2,350+sec.
Capric Properties - John
805-377-3689 VCS328768
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Houses Unfurnished
HOUSES
OXN 4+3 close to school
and shopping center.
Family room with fire
place, downstairs bedroom
and bath, laundry room,
3 car garage. $2295
Timbercreek Trail
OXN 3+2.5 Close to shop
ping, resturants and
schools. Kitchen features
maple cabinets, stainless
appliances with granite
counters. Cover patio,
spa and pond (service
included) $2300
Navito
CAM 5+4 two story home
with a huge backyard and
RV parking.Near shopping,
resturants and library.
Home would work well for
in-law situation as it is con
figured 3+3 with an att
ached 2+1 guest unit. $2850
San Ysidro
VTA 3+2 multi level home
with an ocean/island view.
Inside laundry area (with
washer/dryer) large deck
off living room.
Pets considered $2400
Mariposa
VTA 4+3 east end cul-de-
sac with a 3 car garage
and RV access. Large loft
area with high cielings. In
side laundry area. Weekly
gardening service. $3000
Sonoma
VTA 3+2 just east of the
college, with wood floors.
Close to schools and shop
ping. Washer/dryer/refrig
erator included for tenants
use. Rent includes
gardening service. $2250
Fairfax
*additional deposit
required
All properties are
no pets, no smoke,
one year lease.
VCHFR.COM
805-650-2500
We are a proud
sponsor of the “Pier
under the Stars”
VCS328045
MOORPARK 3905 Prato
Court , 4bdrms 3baths
$2,600.00/mo (805)260-0085
VCS327618
MOORPARK 4bd+2ba.
Fireplace, a/c, good credit
req’d, new carpet & paint.
$2,195/mo. 818-324-1336
VCS328560
OAK VIEW 2 brdm cottage
Quiet, private,deposit
negotiable,no pets,call
anytime 2bdrms 1baths
$1,200.00/mo (805)512-5205
VCS327501
627
Houses Unfurnished
OJAI: 4bd+3ba East End
2 story, possible office area.
Available June 1st.
$2,500/mo+sec.
805-646-7758 VCS328620
Oxn. super clean sngl level
nr shops, 3+2+family rm
+ encl. yrd w/fruit trees,
2 car gar N/S $1950 + sec
805-485-0205 VCS328483
PT HUE 2+2, Ocean View,
dbl gar, yrd pool/spa, gated,
New carpet & paint.
$1830 818-222-5683 or
818-917-2700 cell VCS327967
T.O. 4+2.5+2 car, 1 story,
approx 1500sf, complt
upgraded, granite
countrs, a/c, f/p, lg yd.
$2550 incl grdnr/wtr
N/S/P. Avail April
805-499-2555 VCS327635
VTA Lots & Lots of parking,
parking for 2 rv’s, 5 car
underground parking,
2 car gar, 2 car carport,
3/4 of acre nr park, lrg gas
firepit & bbq, in ground
trampoline, xtra lrg party
deck, 5 person spa, newly
remodeled 4bdrm 2 bath
home, front load washer/
dryer, lrg fridge w/icemak
er, dishwasher, oven/
mirco, central heating, all
tile floors fresh paint
in/out. Call for more info.
805-746-6723 $2600. grner &
poolman incl. VCS328647
VTA MIDTOWN 2+1.5
w/carport, $1,495/mo
+$1,495/dep, util incl. N/S/P
Credit Report Required.
805-216-7609 VCS328741
VTA West 3bd+1ba, newly
refurbished throughout.
$1,750/mo+sec, w/gardener.
805-339-0300 VCS328416
669
Miscellaneous
Rentals
OXNARD: FREE RENT
WITH SIGNED LEASE.
Unique Art Lofts where
you can live & work. Large
open floor plan which
includes: full kitchen, a/c,
W/D hkups. 1 car enclosed
garage within a gated
community.
CPM 805-965-2887 xt:113
Alonso@cochranepm.com
VCS328621
677
Rooms For Rent
CAM 1 Master Bedroom
pvt bath, utils pd. $650/mo+
$400/sec. NO P/S/D/A.
805-484-6252 VCS328688
CAM 1 pvt Master BR w/ pvt
entrance & Bath $875/mo
805-268-0903 VCS327952
Camarillo Room in beautiful
view home. Access to kitchen
living areas, laundry. NO
Smoking. $1,000/mo.
805-910-9654 VCS328740
CAM: Furnished $160/wkly.
In rooms: tv, micro & refrig.
Mstr BR: pvt entry & bath.
$210/wkly. Near stores
and B of A, Santa Rosa Rd.
805-857-0310 VCS328188
677
Rooms For Rent
MALIBU Co-Line Ventura.
Resort Living in The Santa
Monica Mts, only 3 miles
inland from PCH.
*FULLY FURNISHED*
Master Suite & office with
Panoramic Ocean and
Mountian Views.
CA King with linens,
SAT/HDTV, desk, WiFi,
exterior door to pool and
private patio.
Privileges: Kitchen, double
laundry, 2 fireplaces, BBQ,
hot tub and lawn tennis.
$1,500/mo+security.
Utilities and housekeeper
pd. No pets, no messes, no
smoking. 310-457-3807 or
310-589-8311 VCS327886
Ojai furn, $450/mo incl util,
cbl & internet, share bath
w/1 person, full house
priv., Avail 5/1 805-490-4392
VCS328856
OXNARD Bedroom with new
carpet & paint, kitch/lndry
privs, NO P/D/A/S.
$650/mo+$250/dep.
805-612-7393 VCS328536
OXNARD NORTH
Furnished room
$600 mo+$100 dep,
utilities included
805-919-0226 VCS328657
OXN FURNISHED ROOM
pvt bath, $600+dep, includes
utils & house privs. N/S/D/P.
805-483-3152 VCS327931
OXN nr. Wooley $715 master
bdrm, $615 lrg rm. Clean,
quiet, kitchen privs, lrg yd,
credit check and $400/dep.
805-766-8068 VCS328441
OXN ROOM FOR RENT
kitchen, washer/dryer privs,
direct tv cable, all utils incl.
$525/mo NO deposit needed.
805-982-0000 or 805-407-9802
VCS328550
OXN S. Rooms, w/ pvt bath,
$550/mo+dep, share bath
$500/mo+ dep, utils paid.
No smoking or pets.
805-981-4240 VCS327394
THOUSAND OAKS
$550 Plus utilities.
Available Now!
805-492-5969 or 805-300-5969
VCS328325
VENTURA own bath/shower,
furnished room, private
entrance, $600. no smoking,
805-647-9622 VCS328613
MobileHomes
692-699
694
Mobile Homes
For Sale
VTA Charming and
Affordable 2+1 mobile in
family park. $1,000’s in
upgrades. Agt 805-320-6063
Lic#01340512 VCS328480
Real Estate
700-874
707
Beach & Vacation
Property
LAKE NACIEMENTO
*** Cabin For Sale ***
Gated community,
remodeled in 2009, boat
dock/boat storage avail.
$288,000. Home 805-964-5365
or Cell 805-453-9468
VCS328477
780
Houses For Sale
CAMARILLO
* * * QUIET * * *
Resort like neighborhood
with wonderful parks and
community pools. 2 story
4bd+3.5ba, expansive
living area, gourmet
kitchen with breakfast bar
and nook, upper level
laundry center, master
bedroom suite with large
walk in closet, attached 2
car garage. Located near
CSUCI Campus. $429,000.
University Glen
805-437-2672
VCS328728
Homes Under $247k
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Michael Szakos
Lic#01473073 VCS328366
WLV: Flag Lot, two story.
Just remodeled, 2,704sf,
15,680sf lot. $850,000. Agent
805-371-1101 VCS328262
Commercial
Real Estate
875-893
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
CAMARILLO 675 to 4,480 sf
Warehouse with offices and
bathroom. Great location!
No Auto. 805-649-4857
VCS328675
CAMARILLO
COMMERCIAL BAY
1,200 - 2,400 sq ft
$0.90 sq foot/ divisible
roll up doors
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
OFFICE SPACE
approx 600-830 sq ft
2nd floor offices
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
$400-$550 per month
Crossroads Investments
805-485-4040
crossroads-investments.net
VCS327997
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
Santa Paula Industrial
850 Corporation, 14,000 sf
lot. 7500 under roof.
10 stalls, 6 racks, 2 elect.
lifts, 3 hydraulic lifts, 2 in
ground sites for smog
machine. Office, bathroom
OFF 126 Fwy.
$3,300/mo+$5,000/dep.
American Investments
805-933-2121
Heidiives.homelog.com
VCS328222
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
620sf, 803sf, 1022sf, 2100sf.
Office & Warehouse
Easy St. & Madera - great
location near Walmart.
155 Easy St. Call John at
805-526-5260 VCS327583
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
800sf - 5000sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS328383
VENTURA OFFICE SPACE
•2660 E. Main- Move in ready medical
offices 600, 2100, 6300sf.
•1445 Donlon- Modern office 1600sf.
•2443 Portola- Executive Office 2408sf
sjnden@gmail.com
Call Sandy 805-644-0000 or
805-402-9101
VTA 4,000 sf industrial, dock
high. Brand new office. Two
Suites Available. DAUM.
805-898-9779 VCS328517
VTA INDUSTRIAL SPACE
960sf - 2,125sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext:1
VCS328387
887
Stores/Offices
Rent/Lease
4TH FLOOR PENTHOUSE
1,500sq.ft. $1,950/month
5 Private Window Offices.
Convenient Vta. Location
@ 101 Freeway at Victoria.
Call Mark 805-479-8284
VCS328749
AVENIDA DE
LOS ARBOLES
NEW HOME OF
99¢ ONLY STORE
Prime Location In Thousand
Oaks Neighborhood Center,
2 spaces Available (1,130 &
2,622 SF) @ $1.20sf/ea NNN.
Call Ana (310)675-1179
VCS327642
CAMARILLO RETAIL
Santa Rosa Plaza, 650sf
to 3400 sf. David Press
(310)553-6512 VCS328906
SIMI OFFICE SPACE
700sf - 1,000sf. Available.
Excellent terms & pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS328384
887
Stores/Offices
Rent/Lease
THOUSAND OAKS
Home and Office
combination
Home & Office combination
locate in mid town Thousand
Oaks Blvd. 3 bdr and 2.5
bath. Home/Office is 1931
sq ft. Excellent Location.
Good Parking. Recent
remodel. Contact at
805-444-4434.
1,931 sq. ft., $4,500.00
(805)444-4434
VCS328285
VTA OFFICE SPACE
Beautiful units from
540sf - 4,500sf. Great terms
& pricing. Now Available!
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS328385
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
889
Commercial
Property For Sale
VENTURA/EL RIO
Multi-Tenant Industrial
Building. High Ceiling,
Roll Up Door. Ideal for
Owner/User/Investor.
818-709-1129 VCS328693
Recreation
900-945
909
Boats
1985 30’ CHRIS CRAFT 281
Super clean in & out,
2 Mercury engines, sleeps 6,
stove, head, shwr, fridge,
radar, bait tank, GPS, 2
fish finder & much more in
Oxnard. Freshly painted
bottom. $10,000 661-724-9240
VCS327567
909
Boats
SUMMER READY!!!
1998 Yamaha Waverun-
ner 800GP 2 Seater Lim-
ited edition.2001 Yamaha
Waverunner 1200 XLT 3
Seater.Triton Elite Trail-
er with storage box.
Package includes life
jackets, gas cans and
waverunner covers.LOW
LOW hours only used in
fresh water.Kept in car-
port with covers
on.Ready for the
lake.Leave message
$5,500.00 (805)525-5655
howarde1@msn.com
VCS327842
936
Motorhomes/RV
Sporting
goods?
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800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
‘95 29ft Alpenlite 5th/whl.
14ft slide, gen, much more.
$11,500obo Truck avail.
Health reason. Email photo.
805-647-5679/C 805-750-1671
Lic#1kd8948 VCS327897
Sea view 8310 Class A.
1999 Rear queen bed, 14’
slide out LR/kitchen,
hydraulic jacks,solar
battery charger,
satellite, rear camera
,hitch,A/C,52000 mi
$22,000.00 OBO 4CYE880
(805)625-0386 VCS327225
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VCS327839
995
Wanted Vehicles
CASH FOR YOUR
VEHICLE RV/Boat
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vehicle ‘95-up, RV
‘80-up. 1-800-613-5410
VCS327969
WANTED Old Race Cars,
Classics, Motorcycles:
Harley, Ducati, Porsche,
Jaguar, Austin Healy,
Ferrari, Corvette, Mustang
Camaro barracuda old
toys, auto memorabilia one
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VCS328851
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