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WHAT’S INSIDE
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Fourteen U.S. Navy boxers will battle it
out Saturday, Jan. 29, as Naval Base Ven-
tura County hosts the Navy Box-Off from
6 to 9 p.m. at the Warfield Gym.
The event is free and open to everyone
with base access. Sixteen bouts are sched-
uled, some featuring boxers from UCLA,
USC and area boxing clubs.
Winners will go on to compete against
Air Force, Army and Marine Corps boxers
Feb. 14-19 at the Armed Forces Boxing
Championships at Lackland Air Force
Navy Box-Off
is Jan. 29 in
Warfield Gym
Free event features 14
boxers vying for right to
fight in Armed Forces
Championships
Time to get that tax refund!
The Tax Center at Naval Base
Ventura County, Port Hueneme,
opened Jan. 21.
The Volunteer Income Tax As-
sistance program can assist you
in electronically filing your fed-
eral and state tax returns. VITA
serves all active duty personnel
from all branches, their depen-
dents and retirees.
Remember, you will get your
refund just as fast as you would
through any commercial tax pre-
parer, if not faster, and VITAwill
usually save you more than $100
in preparation fees.
Some commercial tax preparers
can get you your refund on the
spot. These refunds are called
“refund anticipation loans.” In
order to make a profit, these pre-
parers will take a portion of your
actual refund. You may get in-
stant gratification, but if you use
VITA, you will receive your entire
refund and pay nothing in prepa-
ration fees. Why pay for a service
that is offered to you at no
charge?
The Tax Center is located in the
Naval Construction Training
Center computer lab in Building
1417. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays; noon to 4 p.m.
Wednesdays; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Fridays; and 10 a.m. to noon Sat-
urdays.
The Tax Center will be closed
Friday, Saturday and Monday,
Feb. 18, 19 and 21.
Returns are done on a first-
come, first-served basis.
You will need to bring the fol-
lowing items to the Tax Center:
• Last year’s tax return
• All W-2s for you and your
spouse (if applicable)
• 1099 interest statements
Get your taxes done for free through VITA
SEE BOX-OFF, PAGE 15
SEE TAXES, PAGE 26
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
ABHSN Troy Browning lands one on CSSN Julio Lopez during a recent training session in the Beehive
Gym in preparation for the Jan. 29 Navy Box-Off at the Warfield Gym, NBVC Port Hueneme.
Cadence Lamborn, 5, daughter of
Adrienne and Petty Officer 2nd Class
Josh Lamborn, who works in the
Coast Guard recruiting office at Port
Hueneme, plays in the snow at Winter
Wonderland, held Saturday, Jan. 15,
at Naval Base Ventura County, Port
Hueneme. Page 20
CM3 Ty Ramsey finishes a long day
of work Dec.13 at combat outpost
Khavajeh Molk Afghanistan. Page 10
Local professors Billy Davis and Ola
Washington discussed Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.’s impact on education
during a Jan. 13 event at the Naval
Surface Warfare Center, Port
Hueneme Division. Page 3
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By Captain Jim McHugh
NBVC Commanding Offcer
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Question:
I live on Point Mugu and was wondering if it
would be possible to up the patrols through housing,
especially on Sparrow Drive, in the middle section
of housing. I live on Sparrow and have witnessed
many people going sometimes triple the 15 mph
speed limit through housing. I have two children
who ride their bikes on that street, and it makes me
very nervous. Is there any way to post more of the
military patrols on that street to catch some of these
offenders? Thank you!
Answer:
Thank you for bringing this extremely dangerous
situation to our attention.
I directed our police officers to patrol the area
more frequently and start a safety enforcement
area along Sparrow Drive, which means they will
be watching and enforcing the speed limits in this
area more frequently. I hope this solves the problem
and that you’ll feel more comfortable letting your
children ride bikes in what should be a safe, secure
neighborhood.
As the weather warms up and spring approaches,
this is a good time to remind everyone who drives
on board Naval Base Ventura County – both Point
Mugu and Port Hueneme – that children are often
present on base, especially in residential areas, and
that sharp attention is critical at all times when
you’re behind the wheel.
Stay safe, everyone!
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COMMUNITYCALENDAR
MILITARY OFFICERS
ASSOCIATION: 11:30
a.m., Bard Mansion,
NBVC Port Hueneme.
The Ventura County chapter hosts
a presentation by Dale Carnahan,
Ventura County Sheriff’s Office
of Emergency Services, titled,
“Tsunami Preparedness.” Tickets
are $13 and include lunch. To
make a reservation, call David Faul
at 484-3864.
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AFRICAN-AMERICAN,
BLACK HISTORY: 11
a.m., Building 1388,
Naval Surface Warfare
Center, Port Hueneme Division. Dr.
Joel Freeman will discuss “A White
Man’s Journey Through Black
History” and will bring artifacts.
Free. Information: 982-3497. See
article on this page.
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February
FOCUS VALENTINE’S
BASH: 3 to 5 p.m.,
Seabee Chapel, Port
Hueneme. Learn how
FOCUS helps military families,
especially with deployment
issues. Information: 982-4486.
See Page 22.
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JOB FAIR: 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m., Fleet and
Family Support Center,
Building 1169, NBVC
Port Hueneme. More than 30
employers and seven military-
friendly schools are expected to
attend. Information: 982-5037 or
989-8146. See Page 11.
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With donations still trickling in, fed-
eral employees from Ventura, Santa Bar-
bara and San Luis Obispo counties gave
$910,051 to the 2010-2011 California Gold
Coast Combined Federal Campaign
(CFC), down slightly from last year.
“It’s a tough economy right now,” ex-
plained Chief Navy Counselor (Surface
Warfare) Mario Maytorena, installation
retention adviser for Naval Base Ventura
County and the executive chairman of this
year’s drive. “All agencies were signifi-
cantly lower, primarily because of the
economy.”
The notable exception was Naval Weap-
ons Test Squadron 30 (VX-30), which
brought in $11,000, up from last year’s
$2,000.
“That was a huge jump,” Maytorena
said.
The squadron invited guest speakers
who told howthey had benefited fromthe
organizations that receive money fromthe
campaign. Among them were a visually
impaired man who moved into his own
apartment and gained independence
through Arc, and three women who cred-
ited Teen Challenge with helping them
overcome addiction.
Their presentations prompted 77 people
in the squadron to contribute.
Otherwise, 2010 was, as Maytorena put
it, “a slow year.”
Last year, the 17,000 federal workers in
the tri-county area raised $951,000, 5 per-
cent more than the year prior. This year’s
goal was $1 million.
Maytorena said that regardless of the
goal, he was proud of the amount that
was raised given the grim economy.
“We’re here to raise funds, whether it
ends up meeting the goal or not,”he said.
“I believe we have done an outstanding
job providing for those in need.”
The campaign kicked off at Point Mugu
on Sept. 30 and at Port Hueneme on Oct.
5. It ran through Dec. 17.
Federal workers could choose from
among 200 charities to help fund via al-
lotments from their paychecks beginning
Jan. 1 or via a one-time donation.
Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding of-
ficer, NBVC, chaired this year’s cam-
paign.
More than $910,000 donated to CFC
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said,
“Intelligence plus character – that is the
goal of true education.”
More than four decades after King’s
death, two professors from local commu-
nity colleges met at Naval Base Ventura
County (NBVC) to discuss King’s educa-
tional impact on generations past, present
and future.
The Jan. 13 event was a joint command
celebration put on by NBVC and Naval
Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme
Division. Held in honor of Martin Luther
King Jr. Day on Jan. 17, it attracted an
audience of about 100.
Ola Washington, a Ventura College pro-
fessor of African American history, and
Billy Davis, an Oxnard College professor
of computer information systems, agreed
that King’s impact on education is still
being felt today and will be for generations
to come.
Washington, who called King “one of
the greatest men who ever lived” and “a
prophet sent fromGod,”described educa-
tion in the days of segregation and cred-
ited King with making integration suc-
cessful by drawing attention to it through
Local professors
discuss MLK’s
impact on U.S.
education system
PHOTO BY CHARLIE HOUSER / NSWC PORT HUENEME
Ola Washington, an African American history professor at Ventura College, and Billy Davis,
a computer information systems professor at Oxnard College, lead the audience in “We
Shall Overcome” after their Jan. 13 presentation in Building 1388 at Naval Surface Warfare
Center, Port Hueneme Division.
Dr. Joel Freeman, a motivational speak-
er and president of The Freeman Institute,
which has developed a black history col-
lection of more than 3,000 vintage docu-
ments and artifacts, will speak Monday,
Feb. 7, at Naval Base Ventura County in
honor of African American/Black His-
tory Month.
The event is scheduled for 11 a.m. in the
Audio-Visual Center of Building 1388 at
the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port
Hueneme Division.
Freeman’s topic will be “A White
Man’s Journey Through Black Histo-
ry.”
He will be bringing some artifacts to
display.
For more information, call Mona Gon-
zales, equal opportunity officer in the
Human Resources Office, at 982-3497.
Black History Month event is Feb. 7
SEE MLK, PAGE 26
EDUCATION OPTIONS
FAIR: 4:30 to 6:30
p.m., Duke’s Ballroom,
NBVC Port Hueneme.
Learn about the different options
available to local K-12 students,
including school transfers, charter
schools, magnet schools, private
schools and home-schooling
possibilities. Information: 989-
5211. See Page 5.
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Employment has long been a challenge
for military spouses.
Building a career can feel like a pipe
dream. The mobile nature of military
service, while great for the career of our
service member, does not always “en-
hance”our own resume. Add a downturn
in the economy to that equation and mo-
bile military spouses can find themselves
unemployed or underemployed.
Ah, but the American entrepreneurial
spirit is alive and well among military
spouses. More and more spouses are
looking for a mobile career and turning
to home-based businesses and self-em-
ployment.
Andrea turned her love of sewing into
Ballie’s Bag and Baubles. Betty loves
making jewelry and launched Gambizzle
Jewels.
Joanna was looking for a way to ac-
knowledge spouses beyond a bouquet of
flowers and launched Atta Girl Gifts.
Stephanie turned her love of travel into
Cabrera Cruise and Travel.
Other spouses are launching business-
es with Scentsy, Mary Kay, Pampered
Chef and much more.
Is entrepreneurship or self-employment
for you?
June Walbert, financial planner at
USAA, encourages interested spouses to
spend ample time researching before
jumping in. She encourages would-be
entrepreneurs and independent business
owners to develop a business plan before
launching a business. The exercise of de-
veloping a business plan will help clarify
your goals, focus your efforts and serve
to assess the market you may be able to
reach.
For information on developing a busi-
ness plan and a free template, visit the
Small Business Administration (www.sba.
gov/busplantemplate/bizplanstart.cfm).
Research, research, research is the key
to getting off on the right foot. Research
your idea for feasibility, start-up costs,
market demand. Peruse competitors for
ideas and lessons learned. Network. A
great tool to research possibilities is www.
ratracerebellion.com. This site, founded
by Christine Durst, author of “The 2-
Second Commute” and “Work at Home
Now,” both books I highly recommend,
offers resources and information for as-
sessing opportunities, avoiding scams and
best practices for your success as an in-
dependent business owner (IBO) or en-
trepreneur.
One mistake many military spouse
IBOs make is to overestimate the oppor-
tunities within the military community.
Maddie, a photographer, limited her mar-
keting to the installation newspaper.
“There are only so many ‘homecoming
events,’” she said. “I had to expand my
clientele beyond the military market, and
that was my first lesson learned.”
Eva makes bows for little girls. Her
friends all love and patronize her. She
was sure she could expand her market.
She couldn’t seem to attract patronage
beyond her own circle of friends. She
realized she needed to expand her prod-
uct line and network beyond her
friends.
“I spent so much on inventory and sup-
plies that I cost the family budget far
more than I made till I took time to see
what others were making, selling and
networking,” she said. “I am now break-
ing even and hope to show a profit
soon.”
And that brings us back to June Wal-
bert’s observation: It is “normal for start-
ups to operate in the red for several years
before firmly seeing a profit. Consider
how long it will take to see real income
in launching your business.”
— Connect with Beth Wilson at www.
enlistedspousecommunity.com, beth@
homefrontinfocus.com or on Twitter (@
Beth_Wilson). Enlisted Spouse Radio focuses
on home-based businesses this month. Tune
in at www.blogtalkradio.com/nht.
Entrepreneurial spirit alive and well in military families
Homefront
in focus
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School
connection
with Monica
James
Whether a student is new to Ventura
County or has been enrolled here for some
time, it’s important for families to know
their options when choosing a school.
The Naval Base Ventura County School
Liaison Office will host an Education Op-
tions Fair from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Fri-
day, Feb. 11, in the Duke’s Ballroom at
NBVC Port Hueneme.
This education information event will
allowfamilies to speak directly with school
administrators about the programs the
various schools offer.
Before attending, it is important to have
a general knowledge of the options avail-
able to families.
School transfers
There are two types of school transfers:
intradistrict and interdistrict. Intradistrict
means you request to go to a school with-
in your home district. Interdistrict is when
you request to go to a school outside of
your home district. As space is available,
these transfers may or may not be ap-
proved.
If approved, transportation is the par-
ent’s responsibility.
Some districts begin the request process
early in the calendar year for the next
school year. Nowis the time to begin con-
sidering a transfer for the 2011-2012
school year.
If a school is placed in Program Im-
provement (PI) due to the inability to meet
Adequate Yearly Progress, a student can
request a transfer to another school in the
district that’s not in PI, as space permits.
In this situation, transportation is the re-
sponsibility of the district. Districts do
have deadlines for the request. A letter is
typically sent home notifying the family
of this option at the end of summer or the
beginning of the school year.
Charter schools and magnet schools
A charter school is a public school that
operates independently of the school dis-
trict structure. Each charter school has its
own registration process and registration
period. Often the registration period is at
the beginning of the calendar year for the
following school year.
Transportation is the responsibility of
the parent.
A magnet school operates within a
school district; however, it tends to have
a focus area, such as technology or the
arts, while still fulfilling all California state
standards. Often, enrollment is based on
a lottery; again, the lottery is usually held
early in the calendar year.
Private schools
Although cost and transportation are
the responsibility of the parent, private
schools may offer benefits that some pub-
lic schools are not able to provide, such as
religious education, alternative schedules,
specialized instruction or before- and af-
ter-school care. There are many questions
parents should ask when choosing a pri-
vate school concerning teacher credential-
ing, school accreditation and average class
size.
Home school
This is an option for parents who choose
to take the responsibility of educating
their child. Often, costs are the responsibil-
ity of the parent; however, there are many
resources available for families interested
in homeschooling, including support
groups or “virtual”schools to provide sup-
port and curriculum.
More than 20 representatives from
schools offering the many education op-
tions mentioned in this article will be avail-
able to speak with families on Feb. 11 at
the Education Options Fair.
No registration is required to attend.
— For any questions about this event or any
K-12 issue, please contact the NBVC school
liaison officer at 989-5211 or e-mail monica.
james@navy.mil.
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Seabee Chapel
Port Hueneme
Building 1433
Phone: (805) 982-4358
Fax: (805) 982-5364
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 9 a.m.
Choir rehearsal: Wednesday, 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.
All Hands Bible Study: Thursday,
11:30 a.m.
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
Fax: (805) 989-7968
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 11:15 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.
Chaplains serving NBVC
Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Han
Command Chaplain
Lt. Deann Coleman
Staff Chaplain
Father Antony Berchmanz
Catholic Priest
Worship schedule
Have you ever wondered what would
have happened if Jesus Christ had put up
that familiar saying on his door: “I gave
at the office?”
When I worked in my previous job, our
office received numerous calls from char-
ities, clubs and organizations seeking do-
nations from us. Historically, the expres-
sion “I gave at the office” could be seen
as way of justifying one’s refusal to donate
to something, as if to say that one has
already done so at work or at a previous
location. It could also mean that you have
given your allotment for the year, so please
don’t ask again.
But what if Jesus Christ had decided to
adopt this popular saying?
Further, what if He meant, “I am not
going to give anymore than I have already”
—that is to say that the miracles, the heal-
ings and the teachings were enough, and
“I am not going to give anymore.”
Ouch!
Does this thought scare you? It did
me!
Funny as it might be to think of Jesus
saying to a solicitor, “I gave at the temple”
— or when yet another sick person came
or was brought to Him and told, “Lord
we need you to touch this man, and he
will be healed,” Jesus’ response being to
turn his head to the side and saying, “No,
I have healed enough people; try again
next week, or even next year” — thank-
fully Jesus did not put up such a sign or
tell people no when they came for healings
or miracles.
We have benefited from his teachings
so much so that we are better people —
and hopefully better Christians who take
to heart the teachings and ministry that
Jesus provided.
We are the beneficiaries of eternal life,
for when Jesus was asked to give that, not
only did he say yes, “I will give you what
you ask,” but he sacrificed so much more
because He “gave at the cross.”
This will be my final submission, as it
is time for me to move on. Thanks for
honoring me by reading my submissions,
and I pray for each of you to have good
health throughout the New Year.
What if Jesus had said, ‘Sorry, I gave at the temple?’
By Shane Montgomery
NFELC Deputy Public Affairs Officer
It was standing roomonly at the Seabee
Chapel, Naval Base Ventura County, Port
Hueneme, on Jan. 14 when members of
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 5 remembered one of its own
during a memorial ceremony honoring
Builder 2nd Class Courtney Bombardo,
who was killed in a motorcycle accident
Jan. 9.
“No words can express how we feel her
loss,”Cmdr. Scot Sanders, NMCB5 com-
manding officer, told the gathering of
shipmates, friends and family. “Today, we
celebrate what she meant to us … to
NMCB 5.”
Bombardo was riding north on Rice
Avenue with friend Carmen Valenzuela
of Ojai on the back of her motorcycle.
Shortly after 5 p.m., Bombardo broad-
sided a limousine that had crossed into
her path. Bombardo died at the scene, and
Valenzuela died while receiving medical
attention at the hospital.
The ceremony was somber but uplifting.
Sanders complimented Bombardo on her
moral courage.
“She loved what she did and she was
very good at it,” said Sanders. “She had
Seabee killed
in collision
fondly recalled
PHOTO BY SHANE MONTGOMERY / NFELC
Cmdr. Scot Sanders, NMCB 5 commanding officer, prepares to deliver a flag to the family
of BU2 Courtney Bombardo during a memorial service at the Seabee Chapel.
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One of the Navy’s and Marine Corps’
oldest friends is another year older and
always ready to lend a helping hand to
active and retired Sailors, Marines and
their families in times of financial need.
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) operates around the world,
serving where you serve, 24/7.
Founded by 19 volunteers with the
Navy’s share of gate receipts fromthe 1903
Army-Navy football game, these volun-
teers laid the foundation for assistance.
Since 1904, NMCRS has served more than
4 million Sailors and Marines, providing
more than $1.1 billion in assistance.
NMCRS is a private, non-profit char-
ity with more than 3,500 talented and
dedicated volunteers supported by a small
professional staff.
“We are proud to continue the service
of those original 19 volunteers by helping
Sailors and Marines in Ventura County,”
said Jeanne Billiot, chairman of volunteers
at NBVC.
During 2010 alone, the society provided
$49.4 million in financial relief, helping
more than 99,850 clients — the highest
number of clients and assistance since
1993 when our Navy and Marine Corps
was significantly larger. Nearly one out
of five Sailors and Marines on active duty
turned to NMCRS during the past 12
months.
Since 1904 the NMCRS has supported
Navy and Marine Corps families in times
of war, peace, natural disaster and per-
sonal tragedy, taking care of the essential
needs of our warriors, their families and
survivors, and helping to ensure that those
in uniform are able to remain focused on
their mission.
The society’s Combat Casualty Assis-
tance Visiting Nurses are now serving as
long term case coordinators, providing
resource information and referral services
and emotional support to more than 1,000
Marines and Sailors injured in the war in
Iraq and Afghanistan and their families.
During the past year, the society staff
assisted 583 combat casualty clients with
$216,221.18 in financial assistance – most
of this is in the form of grants.
The funds to pay for these critical ser-
vices come predominately fromtwo sourc-
es: the Department of the Navy’s Active
Duty Fund Drive and the Secretary of the
Navy’s direct mail campaigntoretirees, both
conducted annually during March. These
two activities generate roughly $12 million
in charitable gifts. The society also receives
bequests, donations fromNavy andMarine
Corps balls, receipts from thrift shop sales
and other limited income.
Tofindout more about NMCRS, visit the
Ventura County office inthe Welcome Cen-
ter at NBVC Port Hueneme, or visit the
website www.nmcrs.org .
NMCRS celebrates another year of helping Sailors
Thrift Shop: (Bldg. 829, Port Hueneme).
Open Monday and Wednesday, 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Low-cost uniforms, civilian
clothing, baby items, household items and
much, much more. Prices start at five
cents!
Budget for Baby: Tuesdays, Feb. 8 and
March 8, from 6 to 7 p.m. Lunchtime
class: Wednesday, Feb. 23, noon. Learn
how your new bundle of joy will impact
your budget and how to pay for all those
additional expenses like formula, diapers,
clothing, car seats, etc. Just for attending
this class, participants will receive Baby’s
First Seabag, filled with newborn items
from Gerber, at least one handmade item
and a new outfit for your baby.
Volunteer Orientation: Tuesday, Feb. 1,
1 p.m. Recruiting office staff, Thrift Shop
cashiers, and Budget for Baby instructors.
Reimbursement for child care and mileage.
Snacks provided.
Information: 982-4409.
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Through mid to late February, the po-
table water supply entering Naval Base
Ventura County will be temporarily dis-
infected with chlorine instead of the nor-
mal chloramines disinfectant.
The NBVC Public Works Department
(PWD) is performing this annual opera-
tion to keep the growth of nitrites in the
water system at a safe level.
During this period, the PWD water
systems operators will be flushing the
distribution system to promote the
changeover to chlorine. The flushing will
be done via the base fire hydrants. The
water systems operators will make every
effort to minimize the impact of flushing
to all of the tenants and residents at both
Point Mugu and Port Hueneme.
It is important to note that the drinking
water will continue to be safe, of high
quality and will meet all federal and state
water quality standards. It is unlikely that
water users will notice any change in the
appearance or smell of their tap water.
However, if any changes are noticed, base
personnel should do the following:
• If a stronger-than-normal chlorine
odor exists after an extended absence,
allow the water to run for a few minutes
to reduce the odor.
• Should you notice a discoloration at
a sink or water fountain, merely allow
the water to flow for a few minutes to
flush the line until clear water appears.
Base residents should also check the wa-
ter in their washing machine before put-
ting clothes in for washing. If the water
is discolored, set the machine to the spin
cycle to drain the water. A second filling
should result in clear water. If not, repeat
the draining and filling steps as neces-
sary.
The switchback to chloramines will be
announced when the temporary opera-
tion is completed.
Should anyone have questions regard-
ing this notice or the temporary change,
please contact the PWD production of-
ficer, Lt. Cmdr. Richard Ficarelli, at 989-
7742, or the water systems operation
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An informal memorial service to re-
member those lost in the Alaska Airlines
Flight 261 disaster off Port Hueneme 11
years ago will take place on Tuesday, Jan.
31, at Hueneme Beach Park.
No activities are planned at Naval Base
Ventura County.
The service will begin at 3:45 p.m. and
conclude at 4:22 p.m., the time on Jan. 31,
2000, when the airliner hit the water six
miles off Port Hueneme, claiming the lives
of all 88 passengers and crew on board.
The tragedy is memorialized in the
Alaska Flight 261 Monument at Hueneme
Beach Park, which is where the service will
take place. Last year’s 10-year anniver-
sary drew hundreds to the site.
“The event will be informal this year,
but as always, a tribute to those who lost
their lives and an opportunity to thank
those who came to assist and support all
the family members who continue to vis-
it the Ventura County community,” said
Steve Campbell, who for years has served
as a facilitator for families of the survi-
vors.
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PHOTOS BY TERI REID/ NBVC PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER
At left, Capt. John Smajdek, executive officer, Fleet Readiness Center Southwest (FRCSW),
San Diego, presents the Meritorious Service Medal to the outgoing officer in charge, Cmdr.
Eric J. Simon, during a change of charge ceremony for the FRCSW, Detachment Point
Mugu, on Jan. 20 at Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu. Above, Cmdr. Allen C. Blaxton
reads his orders as the relieving officer in charge for FRCSW, Det. Point Mugu. Looking on
are, from left, Lt. Deann Coleman, staff chaplain, Simon and Smajdek.
Change of charge at Mugu
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By MCC Michael B. Watkins
NMCB 40
KHEVAJEH MOLK, Afghanistan —
Active duty and Reserve Seabees from
Naval Mobile Construction Battalions
(NMCB) 18, 26 and 40 worked together
last month to build up and fortify a Com-
bat Outpost (COP) on the northern fring-
es of Kandahar City, Afghanistan.
During the course of the three-week
project, the combined active and Reserve
Seabees completed nearly one mile of
HESCO barrier perimeter, five hardened
guard positions, an anti-vehicle ditch, one
secure helicopter landing zone, an aerial
surveillance blimp site and a medical sta-
tion. They also spread nearly 10,000 cubic
meters of stone.
The COP will continue to be used by
Army Soldiers fromthe 1st Battalion, 66th
Armored Regiment, who have been fight-
ing there since August, said Marine Mas-
ter Sgt. John Kroll, military adviser for
NMCB 26.
“This project is unique because not only
does it combine Seabees from three con-
struction battalions, but also incorporates
Army soldiers from Task Force Lumber-
jack to provide initial mine-proofing by
harnessing the abilities of mine detection
dogs as well as providing critical jobs to
boost the local economy,” said Kroll.
The leveraging of combined joint mili-
tary forces along with the relationships
and trust forged with local residents con-
tributed to the overall success of the mis-
sion, said Kroll.
“They worked together to help bring
peace and stability to a portion of the
Arghandab River Valley that has been
wracked by decades of fighting and crim-
inal activity,” he said.
During the course of excavation, Sea-
bees unearthed a weapons cache of rock-
et propelled grenades and thousands of
armor-piercing sniper ammunition that
dated back to the 1980s, during a time
when the Russians lost more than 4,000
soldiers in the valley. The weapons were
destroyed to prevent ending up in the
hands of insurgent fighters, said Kroll.
Along with fortifying the defensive po-
sitions, Soldiers and Seabees are also for-
tifying critical relationships with the local
community.
“The Seabees have been a huge enabler
for us,”said Army Staff Sgt. Robert Cart-
er of the 1st Battalion, 66th Armored
Regiment. “They have allowed us to main-
tain a permanent presence here. The locals
want protection fromthe Taliban, and it’s
hard to make promises of protecting them
when you have to constantly leave for re-
supply.”
Carter said he and other Soldiers had
been operating out of a small patrol base
in a vacant village school. With the return
of fall classes, the soldiers needed to find
a more permanent solution. The patrol
base was relocated to an old pre-existing
compound on the eastern edges of the vil-
lage. The land is owned by the locals and
is being leased by the United States, said
Carter.
NMCB 40, other battalions build combat outpost
PHOTOS BY MCC MICHAEL B. WATKINS / NMCB 40
Active and reserve component Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalions 40, 18 and 26 work together to fortify and secure a
remote combat outpost on the eastern edge of small village named Khavejeh Molk, Afghanistan, on Dec. 11. The village is approximately
25miles north of Kandahar City and is being used as a patrol base for the U.S. Army 1st Battalion, 66th Armored Regiment. The combination
efforts by joint forces will restrict movement of Taliban insurgents and help secure the self-governing efforts in Afghanistan.
CM3 Ty Ramsey poses for a photo at the end of a long day of work Dec.13 at combat
outpost Khavajeh Molk, Afghanistan.
Seabees win high praise
for fast work outside
Kandahar City
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By Dave Oehldrich
Fleet and Family Support Center
Remember this date: Thursday, Feb. 17
— because it could be your day! Rather
than apply and wait for the employers to
call you back, we’re bringing them to
you.
That day, from9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Fleet
and Family Support Center on Naval Base
Ventura County is hosting a job fair. So
far, 30 employers and seven military-
friendly schools have registered, and more
employers are expected.
Here are some ways to create a good
impression:
• Make it your day to stand out above
all the other applicants by sending a thank
you letter to the employers you met.
Thanking an employer for their time is
not only a great way to express your con-
tinued interest in them, but to also remind
themof who you are. There will hundreds
of job seekers at the job fair, so a little
reminder by way of a thank you letter is
always a good idea. Be sure to ask for their
business card so you know where to send
the letter.
• Make it your day to be seen as the one
who is prepared. Employers can instantly
notice a person who is organized. They
are carrying their current resumes in a
folder, perhaps have some business cards
in their shirt pocket, and they definitely
have a pen. Employers are coming to the
base, so being in uniform is just fine, but
if you have the chance to get into a suit,
that would be good too.
• Make it your day to get hired! This
could be as simple as telling the employer
that you want to work with them, but be
sure to know the line between being per-
sistent and being pushy. The purpose of
a job fair is to get hired, so don’t leave the
employer wondering what your intentions
are. Come out and tell them.
Need help preparing? Call the FFSC at
982-5037 for Port Hueneme or 989-8146
for Point Mugu and ask to speak with an
employment specialist.
The job fair is open to all active duty,
spouses, reservists, retirees, Defense De-
partment employees, contract employees
and anyone who has installation access.
— Dave Oehldrich is a work and family life
consultant with the Fleet and Family Support
Center.
Job Fair set
for Feb. 17
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Twice a month, half a dozen Sailors
drive from Naval Base Ventura County,
Point Mugu, to the Gateway School in
Camarillo and meet with some of the most
troubled teenagers in Ventura County.
They talk, and what they say is about
as open and frank as you can get — on
both sides. They share a language, as these
particular Sailors didn’t have the easiest
of lives before they joined the Navy.
All of the Sailors except one are from
the Fleet Readiness Center Southwest,
Detachment Point Mugu (FRCSW Det.
Point Mugu). They’re joined by Chief
Engineering Aide Jeanna Carlock of the
Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineer-
ing.
Their hope in starting this program,
“Pathways: Decisions for Success,”is that
the kids they meet will veer onto a differ-
ent road before it’s too late —just as they
did.
“I figured these kids needed somebody
to guide them down the right path,” said
Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class
Carlos Lopez. “I’d seen a couple of men-
torships, but the kids were already on the
right path. This is where the real help is
needed.”
Gateway School, an alternative school
run by the Ventura County Superinten-
dent of Schools Office, enrolls sixth- to
12th-graders who have been expelled from
other schools in the county or are in ju-
venile hall. It’s a school of last resort.
“I talked with one student in the pro-
gram who is thinking now about his fu-
ture,”said the dean, Ralph Velarde. “’Pret-
ty cool’” is how he described it.”
Velarde hand-picked the two dozen stu-
dents who meet with the Sailors. By the
end of 2010, they’d had only two meetings,
but Chief Aviation Machinist’s Mate Josh
Sullivan had already seen a difference.
“There’s a consistent group that we’re
getting some good interaction with,” he
said. “We’ll build slowly on that. Each
time, it will be a little better.”
In addition to Lopez and Sullivan, oth-
ers involved from FRCSW Det Point
Mugu are Chief Aviation Electronics
Technician Patrick Robinson, Chief Avi-
ation Machinist’s Mate Joe Taylor, Chief
Aviation Maintenance Administration-
man Edward Hayes, Aviation Machinist’s
Mate 2nd Class Jorge Chavez, Aviation
Machinist’s Mate 2nd Class Adrian Casas
and Aviation Support Equipment Techni-
cian 2nd Class Jessica Segura.
Their first topic was on making choices.
Their second was on howto be successful.
They frame their talks around their own
past stories — and they’re not pretty.
Chavez talked about how he turned his
ill-gotten fighting abilities into something
positive.
“I was in your guys’ shoes all my life,”
he said, backing it up with his life story.
“It’s not about what happens to you,”
he concluded. “It’s about what you do
about what happens to you.”
He told the students that his goal is to
get them to rethink where they’re going.
“This is all coming from our heart,” he
explained. “We want you to know where
we were and how we got to where we are
now. Don’t go down the wrong path.”
Sullivan wrapped up the last meeting
of 2010 with that same message.
“Life is a challenge,”he told the teenag-
ers. “The path you choose to take makes
all the difference in the world.”
Showing a better pathway
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Speakers from the Fleet Readiness Center Southwest, Detachment Point Mugu, visit
with teenagers at the Gateway School in Camarillo. Here, AM2 Carlos Lopez gives his
presentation. Looking on are, from left, AS2 Jessica Segura, AD2 Jorge Chavez, AZC
Edward Hayes and ADC Joshua Sullivan.
AD2 Jorge Chavez shares his life story with teenagers at the Gateway School in Camarillo.
His hope, like that of the other Sailors visiting the students, is that the youngsters will
follow his footsteps and find a way off a rough path and into a more productive future.
Sailors tell troubled
teens how they, too, can
find a promising future
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
When she was 16 years old, Rhonda
Rose McGee wanted to take up boxing.
“I’d always played soccer,” she said.
“But I wanted to give boxing a try.”
Her mother, however, said no.
Today, McGee is a 25-year-old master-
at-arms seaman in the U.S. Navy. No one’s
going to tell her she can’t box. Instead,
she’s hoping someone will tell her to box
more – as part of the U.S. Navy Boxing
Team competing in the Armed Forces
Boxing Championships.
McGee, who joined the Navy in January
of 2009 and is now stationed at Naval Air
Station, Whidbey Island, Wash., is one of
14 boxers from the U.S. Navy vying for a
spot on the teamthat will compete against
the Air Force, Army and Coast Guard on
Feb. 14-19 at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
Which boxers will move on will be de-
cided Saturday, Jan. 29, at the U.S. Navy
Box-Off at Naval Base Ventura County,
Port Hueneme. The free event runs from
6 to 9 p.m. in the Warfield Gym.
Saturday’s fight will be McGee’s first
official contest since she took up the sport
two years ago.
“I think I’m progressing very well,” she
said. “I’mdetermined, that’s for sure. No-
body likes to lose.”
As the only woman vying for a spot on
the team, she spars with local women who
box and who can make the practices —
something that hasn’t happened much this
year — or the lighter weight men. At the
box-off, she’ll fight a local woman box-
er.
She believes that boxing is less about
strength than it is pushing yourself beyond
your limits.
“I find it to be a great stress reliever,”
she said. “It’s fun. There’s always some-
thing to learn.”
A native of Vacaville, Calif., she gradu-
ated fromhigh school and had earned her
associate’s degree in firefighting at nearby
Solano Community College when she de-
cided to join the Navy. She quit her job as
an emergency roomtechnician and records
clerk at a Sacramento hospital and went
to the nearby recruiting office.
“It was a spur-of-the-moment decision,”
she said. “That’s how I pretty much do
everything -- spur-of-the-moment. I just
decided I wanted to open up my options,
but I really had no idea what I was going
to do.”
Her firefighter training has proven use-
ful as a master-at-arms. Part of her job is
to help clear the scene after a fire and
make sure it’s safe. She also has first re-
sponder training.
She’s currently working on her bache-
lor’s degree in firefighting.
She has enjoyed the three-times-a-week
sparring schedule she’s had at training
camp.
“The other fighters are really great, and
the coaches are too,” she said.
Coach Steve Carbajal said he’s pleased
with the progress McGee has made in
camp.
“She shows a lot of promise,” he said.
“She’s got a great attitude.”
And while McGee is looking forward
to Saturday, her eye is elsewhere.
“I can’t wait to go to the Armed Forces
championships,” she said.
Master-at-arms seaman
says she’s determined:
‘Nobody likes to lose’
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
MASN Rhonda McGee gets some practice time in the ring, sparring with MA2 Luis Limon.
Woman tries for spot on U.S. Navy Boxing Team
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Navy Box-Off
comes to NBVC
IT Sean Sedgeman works out on an elliptical machine during a practice session in the
Beehive Gym.
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Steve Carbajal, who, along with George
Sylva, has been coaching the boxers on
base since Jan. 2, said this year’s group
has experience as well as talent.
“Almost all of them have more than 15
or 20 fights behindthem,”he said. “They’re
doing really well. It’s such a short camp,
but their skill level is already really
good.”
One of the most experienced is Informa-
tion Systems Technician Sean Sedgeman
Seaman of Naval Computer and Telecom-
munications Area Master Station Atlantic
in Norfolk, Va. He has 37 fights in his
career. He’s been boxing since he was 13
years old and is 20 now. He joined the
Navy in 2007.
“This is a great opportunity,”he said of
the boxing camp. “The way it’s organized
is awesome. They really get us in shape.”
The Navy Box-Off, which is coordi-
nated by Morale, Welfare and Receation,
has been held at NBVC for many years;
the championships rotate among the dif-
ferent armed forces. Last year’s champion-
ships were at NBVC.
The two coaches, both civilian volun-
teers, have the training routine down.
Sylva, a longtime Ventura coach, has been
working with Navy boxers for eight years,
and Carbajal, of Santa Barbara, has
coached the Navy team for six.
The boxers spar in a ring that’s been set
up at the Beehive Gym at Port Hueneme,
right next to the boxing annex at the build-
ing. They also work out at the Bee-Fit
Health and Wellness Center at Port Hue-
neme.
Looking to take the gold this year is
Hospitalman Brandon Wicker of Camp
LeJeune, N.C., who was also on last year’s
team.
“I did OK last year,” said Wicker, who
won the ninth bout on finals night in 2010.
“But I’m trying to get gold this year.”
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Antonel
Cruz-Padilla of Naval Health Clinic, Ha-
waii, is the only other fighter returning
from last year’s team.
Two years ago, Troy Browning, an avia-
tion boatswain’s mate aircraft handling
seaman on USS George H.W. Bush (CVN
77) was a bronze medalist at the Armed
Forces Championships and a silver med-
alist at the Navy Box-Off.
Carbajal is eager to see Browning in the
ring, as well as the super heavyweight
fighter, Aviation Boatswain’s Mate Fuels
2nd Class Donnell Davis, stationed at Nor-
folk. This is Davis’ first Navy camp; he’s
been boxing about two years and has a
record of 3-1.
“It feels really good,”he saidof the camp.
“I’mvery excited. I’mkind of nervous, but
it’s a ‘good nervous.’ They have a lot of
faith in me.”
The other nine Navy boxers are:
• Hull Maintenance Technician3rdClass
Zach Aaker, Explosive Ordnance Dispos-
al Expeditionary Support Unit, San Di-
ego.
• Master-at-Arms 2ndClass Luis Limon,
Naval Base Point Loma.
• Culinary Specialist Seaman Julio Lo-
pez, USS Enterprise (CVN 65).
• Master-at-Arms Seaman Rhonda Rose
McGee, Naval Air Station, Whidbey Is-
land, Wash.
• Aviation Machinist’s Mate 3rd Class
Carlos Moore, Carrier Airborne Command
and Control Squadron 120 (VAW-120).
• Fire Controlman 2nd Class John Oge,
USS Decatur, (DDG 73).
• Mineman 1st Class Jose Saenz, Com-
mander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
• Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd Class Jes-
sie Valdez, Fleet Readiness Center, Vir-
ginia Beach, Va.
• Ship’s Serviceman Keston Williams,
USS Laboon (DDG 58).
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Above, FC2 John Oge gets ready to land a punch during a sparring session
at the Beehive Gym on Wednesday, Jan. 19. At right, HN Brandon Wicker,
stationed at Camp LeJeune, N.C., takes a break between rounds during
a recent practice session at the Beehive Gym.
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PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Sea Cadets go through a uniform inspection during one of last year’s
activities at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme.
The cadets and staff of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps
(NSCC), Ben Moreell Battalion, are celebrating the 40th an-
niversary of the unit’s commissioning.
The original crew of the unit, which was commissioned on
Jan. 27, 1971, included seven adult leaders and 34 cadets, led by
retired Cmdr. Billus Whitworth.
Adm. Ben Moreell attended the commission ceremony.
Over the past 40 years, hundreds of cadets have learned about
the Navy and Seabees as part of the Ben Moreell Battalion.
“It is a great honor to be a part of a unit with such great his-
tory as this battalion,” said Lt. j.g. Randy Owen, NSCC, the
battalion’s commanding officer. “Ben Moreell Battalion was the
first Sea Cadet Seabee battalion, and I am very proud and hum-
bled to be a part of its history.”
The cadets also celebrated the first anniversary of the battal-
ion’s sister unit, Training Ship Nicholas H. Anderson, which
was commissioned last January.
“The training ship is a Navy League cadet unit for cadets age
10 to 13,” Owen said. “Most cadets continue on in the Sea Ca-
dets, as part of the Ben Moreell Battalion, when they turn
14.”
Owen said the strength of the Sea Cadets lies in the opportu-
nities available through the program.
“Cadets have a chance to take part in one- or two-week sum-
mer trainings, including ‘boot camp,’ seamanship training,
aviation training, Seabee construction and field training and
leadership training,” Owen explained. “They learn a lot and
have a whole lot of fun too!”
The Sea Cadets is open to all U.S. citizens, ages 10 to 18, who
are interested in learning more about the Navy as well as the
other sea services.
“We are always looking for new recruits as well as additional
adult volunteers, said Owen.
Prospective cadets and adult volunteers who would like more
information about the Sea Cadet Corps and the Navy League
Cadet Corps can visit www.seacadets.org or www.benmoreell-
battalion.org, or they can e-mail recruiting@benmoreellbattal-
ion.org.
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
All classes at Port Hueneme unless oth-
erwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more in-
formation.
Toll-free appointment scheduling ser-
vice: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Confidential clinical
counseling, relocation assistance, resume
assistance, financial consultations and
many other support services are available
at your convenience at the Fleet and Fam-
ily Support Center.
Life Skills Workshops
• Couples Communication (4 sessions):
Strengthen your communication and your
connection as you juggle deployment,
money, matters, partnerships and parent-
ing. Mondays, Feb. 7, 14, 21 & 28. 5 to 7
p.m.
• Life Coaching & Counseling: Clarify
your goals, break themdown into manage-
able tasks and get weekly support to stay
motivated. Call 982-5389 for individual
appointment or group times!
Ombudsman
• Ombudsman Meeting: Updates and
advanced training. Tues., Feb. 15, 6 to 8
p.m., FFSC, Port Hueneme, Bldg 1169.
• Ombudsman Basic Training: Required
to become an ombudsman and if more
than 3 years have elapsed since attending
OBT. Monday-Wednesday, March 14-16,
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., FFSC, Port Hue-
neme, Bldg 1169
Career Support and Retention
(Register for TAP classes with your
Command Career Counselor)
• Executive Transition Assistance Pro-
gram: Monday-Thursday, Feb. 28-March
3, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. E-7 and above, all
retirees. Civilian attire, bring medical re-
cords and DD2648 on Monday.
• Transition Assistance Program: Mon-
day–Thursday, Feb. 7-10, 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Seperatees E-6 and below: Civilian
attire, bring medical record and DD2648
on Monday.
• MS Excel: Frombeginner to advanced
in 2 hours. Wed., Feb. 2, 8:30 to 10:30
a.m.
• What Employers Want: International
human resources specialists reveal what
companies are looking for before they hire
you! Thurs., Feb. 3, 2 to 3 p.m.
• Goal Setting: Learn how to identify,
prioritize and achieve long, medium and
short-termgoals through proper planning
and organizational strategy. Wed., Feb. 9,
5 to 7 p.m.
• LAPD testing: Onsite testing for
LAPD! Feb. 10, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Please
call to register, 982-5325.
• Corporate Resume Writing: Cutting-
edge resume techniques! Must call 982 -
5325 to register. Fri., Feb. 11, 7:30 to 9
a.m.
• Federal Employment: Resume, web-
sites, and the application process. Fri.,
Feb. 11, 9 to 11 a.m.
Sexual Assault Prevention
Response (SAPR)
• SAPR Advocated Refresher Meeting:
All command advocates are required to
attend as part of their annual refresher
training. Last Thursday of month. Jan.
27, 10 to 11 a.m.
• POCQuarterly Meeting: All command
POCs are required to attend these quar-
terly meetings. Thurs., Jan. 28, 10 to 11
a.m.
• Advocate Refresher Training: All
Command Advocates are required to at-
tend this four-hour course once annually
as part of their annual refresher training.
Mon., Feb. 7, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• Point of Contact Training: Training
for Command SAPR POCs. Required
training for POCs. Mon., Feb. 28, 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
When you’re a parent, especially one in
the military who moves around a lot,
you’ve got a lot of questions.
Which fast-food restaurant has the best
play area? Who has the best after-school
activities? What local park is the most fun?
Where’s the best place to have a picnic?
But when you’re the parent of an excep-
tional family member — a daughter with
Down syndrome, perhaps, or a son with
autism — you have questions that draw
only a blank stare as a response.
Who offers the best behavioral therapy?
Who’s the best doctor in town for bipolar
disorder? Which school has the best spe-
cial education program? Does anyone
around here provide adult day care?
And if you think those are tough, try
adding the name of a foreign country with
a Navy base after each question.
The Exceptional Family Member (EFM)
parent support network was created just
for these parents. Formerly called the Spe-
cial Parent Network, it meets monthly
under the auspices of the Fleet and Fam-
ily Support Center, specifically Jayne Bur-
gess, the newly appointed EFMliaison for
Naval Base Ventura County.
On a recent morning, half a dozen par-
ents — in this case, all mothers — spent
about an hour swapping advice and telling
their stories, fromcoping with a diagnosis
to their latest battles with insurance. One
mom told how she was able to make base
access easier for in-home therapists.
“Every time we move we start from
scratch,” said support network member
Claudia Mosquera. She and her husband,
Lt. Elkin Mosquera of Naval Mobile Con-
struction Battalion 40, have a 5-year-old
daughter with special needs. “Here, there
are people who’ve already figured things
out. It feels good to have other parents I
can go to.”
Burgess said 11 percent of Navy families
are enrolled in the EFM program, which
is designed to help Sailors progress in their
careers at the same time their family’s
needs are being met.
Assistance can range from making sure
medical and education needs are taken
care of to restrictions on overseas assign-
ments.
The support network is open to anyone
with an Exceptional Family Member in
the local military community. This in-
cludes not only active duty families, but
retired and reserve families as well.
Burgess sees her role in the group as a
facilitator. The real leaders are moms like
Andrea Olson, whose husband, Builder
3rd Class Larry Olson, is in Public Works.
They have three children, all of whomhave
been diagnosed with autism.
Olson attends nearly every EFM sup-
port network meeting, and the other par-
ents consider her a “go-to” parent. Most
have her phone number handy. She has
developed links into Ventura County’s
special needs community and can answer
many questions about special needs in
general and autism in particular — and
if she doesn’t have an answer, she usually
knows someone local in the special-needs
profession who does.
Burgess is working with support group
members to develop a more comprehen-
sive resource guide for EFM families new
to NBVC.
Until then, the support group is the “re-
source guide.” And it gets high marks.
“It’s better than therapy,” Olson said
The next EFM parent support network
meeting is from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 2.
Call 982-3159 for location and more
information.
Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
Exceptional families form base network IA Readiness, Deployment
• Deployment Readiness: Are you ready
for your spouse’s deployment? Join others
to learn what it is all about, what you will
need, and how to do more than just sur-
vive deployment. Wed., Feb. 2, 1 to 2
p.m.
• IA Family Connection: Share your
knowledge of how to thrive during this
experience and help others to flourish dur-
ing deployment. Tues., Feb. 8, 4 to 5
p.m.
• Deployment Homecoming: Your
spouse is coming home! Learn what to
expect and how to help both of you make
this a rewarding reunion. Wed., Feb. 9, 1
to 2 p.m.
Financial Management
• Financial counseling by appointment.
Are you juggling your bills? Need finan-
cial advice? An FFSC financial coun-
selor is available Monday through Friday
at the Hueneme or Mugu FFSC. Call
982-3640 (Port Hueneme) or 989-8844
(Point Mugu). Information available on
car buying, understanding your TSP,
planning for retirement, getting a 720
credit score, saving and investing, home
buying and developing a spending plan.
Financial classes available at your com-
mand space. Call 982-3640 or 982-3102
to schedule any of the classes.
• Military Saves Week: Military Saves
is a social marketing campaign to per-
suade, motivate and encourage military
families to save money every month. Feb.
20-27. Call 989-8844 for more info!
• Developing your Spending Plan:
Learn the steps to get yourself or your
family on the path to financial success.
Wed., Feb. 9, 4:30 to 6 p.m.
• Home Buying Seminar: Learn how
to determine price range, select a real
estate agent and choose the best financ-
ing plan. Wed., Feb. 16, 5:30 to 9:30
p.m.
New Parent Support
• Little Explorers for Toddlers: An in-
teractive parent-toddler playgroup for
babies 15-36 months. Thursdays, 10 to 11
a.m. Call 982-5037 for location.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Claudia Mosquera, left, and Exceptional
Family Member Liaison Jayne Burgess
attend a recent support network meeting.
Mosquera and her husband, Lt. Elkin
Mosquera of Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion 40, have a 5-year-old daughter
with special needs.
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• New Mamas: For expecting mamas
and mamas with babies 0–15 months old.
Information, education and support.
Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
• Yoga Mamas: For expecting and new
mamas. a gentle stretch. Tuesdays, 12:30
to 1:45 p.m., Bee Fit Center.
• Breastfeeding 101 (3 sessions): Com-
munity resources, family members wel-
come. Tues., Feb. 1, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
• Breastfeeding — From Breast to Bot-
tle (1 session): Pumps and technology,
when to begin storing breast milk, pump-
ing schedules and more. Thurs., Feb. 3, 6
to 8:30 p.m.
• Boot Camp for Dads: Hear experi-
enced dads share their stories and get the
real answers to your concerns about fa-
thering, finances and family. Thurs., Feb.
3, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Free food distribution
• Feb. 19, March 19: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Bldg. 19, near the Pleasant Valley Gate,
Port Hueneme. Requirements: Active duty
E-6 and below or their spouses; bring an
LES and only one issue per family. E-7
with two or more dependents may quali-
fy. Income guideline statement available
at site. Custodian of child who is family
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By Mason Lowery
NFELC public affairs officer
SIMI VALLEY—When Pacific Fleet Seabees deploy,
all their logistical needs are met by the Naval Facilities
Expeditionary Logistics Center (NFELC). Their per-
sonal protective equipment is the latest and greatest, and
their heavy construction equipment is waiting for them
when they step off a floating pier and arrive at their
far-off and often dangerous locations. They then spend
12 hours a day for the next six months building roads
and airstrips to make military missions possible; or wa-
ter wells, hospitals and schools to improve people’s
lives.
But in these harsh environments Seabees find them-
selves in, something is often missing that NFELC can’t
provide: the comforts of home. After a long day driving
armored bulldozers in a remote village “outside the wire,”
tired, dirty Seabees can’t just hop in the shower and go
to the store for snacks, DVDs, CDs, batteries, personal
care items and magazines.
That’s where the volunteers at the nonprofit organiza-
tion For The Troops come in.
They recently sent their 30,000th care package to de-
ployed service members and have no intentions of stop-
ping. Theirs is a year-round effort; it’s not just a holiday
activity.
“I co-founded For The Troops with my friend Janie
Josephson to show our appreciation to all service mem-
bers. They sacrifice on a daily basis so we are free in this
country,” said Paula Cornell. “Thank you to all service
members and especially their families because they have
the hard job.”
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
(NMCB) 5 recently returned from Afghanistan, where
they helped expand infrastructures, from building living
and working stations on Camp Leatherneck to improv-
ing outposts and roads outside camp.
Many of them fondly remember receiving care pack-
ages from For The Troops.
“We receive e-mails, thank you letters and pictures
from deployed troops telling us they’re thankful for our
care packages. Some of themstop by when they return,”
Cornell said.
A Seabee from NMCB 5, Builder 3rd Class Jennifer
Ireland, said the care packages she and her fellowSeabees
received in Afghanistan helped them get through the
deployment.
“The packages were really awesome. They make you
feel appreciated and that people back home really are
thinking of you. The whole office got really excited when
we got a package — all standing around the table to
open it,” she said.
Yeoman Seaman Joseph Pollema, NMCB 5, echoed
Ireland’s fond memories and thanked the volunteers at
For The Troops for the care packages.
“I thank themfor their invested time, money and effort
to think of us all and send us much-appreciated pack-
ages,” he said. “I want to let them know we appreciate
them just as much.”
31st Seabee Readiness GroupCommander andNFLEC
Commanding Officer Capt. John Korka recognizes the
value of the services the volunteers provide.
“I really appreciate the support the volunteers at For
The Troops give to our deployed Seabees, and I know
they do too. Getting a care package while you’re deployed
is a great feeling. Even something as simple as a pair of
new, clean socks can brighten a deployed Seabee’s day.
This is a great organization, and I encourage everyone
to donate them some time and help them pack some
boxes destined for a deployed Seabee or service member.
I personally have brought my children there to help out
and it was a rewarding experience for them that hope-
fully taught them the value of volunteering and giv-
ing.”
For information on how to contribute time, supplies
or money to For The Troops, please visit the website at
www.forthetroops.org, or call or e-mail co-founder
Paula Cornell at 805-306-0830, usa@forthetroops.org.
For The Troops brings smiles to Seabees all year long
Seabees in Afghanistan pose with their shipments from For
the Troops, based in Simi Valley.
moral courage. Some people say go big or
go home … that was Courtney. If most
people in life are black bears, she was a
Grizzly.”
Many Seabees, friends and co-workers
offered stories and memories to reflect on
Bombardo’s life. She was known as some-
one who would tell it like it was, and she
always helped friends or even strangers in
need.
“She wanted people to be happy. She
was selfless,” said Construction Mechan-
ic 2nd Class Timothy Overholser, Bom-
bardo’s roommate. “She would randomly
help people and that’s just the type of per-
son she was. She was my friend.”
Her riding group, the Pacific Coast Rid-
ers, whom she’d rode with earlier during
the day of the accident, stood up as a
group and took turns speaking about
Bombardo. Other friends and family mem-
bers spoke as well.
Jessica Maddin, founder of Jessica’s
Hope Project, an organization that sends
care packages to servicemembers
abroad, met Bombardo only once, but
she made an impression.
“Of the 313 care packages I sent over-
seas for Jessica’s Hope Project, Court-
ney Bombardo was the only person who
wrote me, thanked me and acknowl-
edged the loss of my friend that I start-
ed the project for,” Maddin said through
a flood of tears. “I took her to lunch
last Friday to thank her and I knew she
was the type of person you would be
friends with for life.”
Bombardo deployed in support of
both Operations Iraqi Freedom and
Enduring Freedom. She received both
the Navy and Army Commendation
Medals. A native of Minnesota, she was
22 years old.
In Bombardo’s honor, Maddin is
starting a new organization called Bam
Bam’s Feast, taken from Bombardo’s
nickname. The nonprofit program will
work to help those in need of food.
For more information, call 626-641-
6108.
Memorial service held for Seabee
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PHOTO BY SHANE MONTGOMERY / NFELC
Seabees pay respects as they file past some of BU2 Courtney Bombardo’s personal items
brought to the service, which was held Jan. 14 at the Seabee Chapel.
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Photos by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Above, Olivia Teates, 4, daughter of Dawn Gencarelli and Cmdr. Michael Teates of the Naval Facilities
Engineering Service Center, gets ready to chuck a snowball during the Jan. 15 Winter Wonderland at
Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme. At right, she gleefully realizes she hit her target.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Temperatures in the 70s and 40 tons of snow
brought a record crowd to the 10th annual
Winter Wonderland at Naval Base Ventura
County, Port Hueneme, on Saturday, Jan. 15.
Amber Melendez, Port Hueneme youth direc-
tor, estimated the crowd at 1,500.
“We’ve never had this many people before,”
she said. “What a fantastic turnout!”
Electrician Technician 1st Class Jeff Click
of Air Operations, Point Mugu, grew up in St.
Louis and was eager to watch his son, Kody,
play in the snow.
“I’m used to 20-below and snow,” he said.
“Seventy-five and snow? I can do that!”
This year, organizers piled the snow into two
areas. A 30-ton pile was cordoned off for big-
ger kids, and 10 tons was reserved for young-
sters 5 and younger.
Another change this year was the addition
of Mad Science. Bob Hoover, who’s with the
Los Angeles-based company, put on a 45-min-
ute presentation dealing with different scien-
tific phenomena, from whether balloons filled
with different gases will pop or explode when
held over a flame to rocketry.
“The whole idea is to spark the imagination
and get kids excited about science,” Hoover
said. “It’s designed for kids to have fun and
learn something at the same time.”
This was the first time an actual show was
included as part of Winter Wonderland, and
Hoover drew a large crowd.
There was also a DJ this year.
Home Depot was back with a flowerpot table,
where youngsters could paint a flowerpot and
plant a flower in it to take home.
The marshmallow-roasting area was also
back, although most people were wearing T-
shirts and standing back from the flames, not
huddling around trying to stay warm.
There were all kinds of beanbag games and
craft tables to keep the youngsters busy from
3 p.m. until the event ended at 7 p.m.
“It was fantastic,” said Laura Hanson, a vic-
tim advocate with the Fleet and Family Support
Center who came with her children and her
sister, Katie Murphy of Colorado. “We were
blown away.”

Warm day makes Winter Wonderland hot
Robert Maria, 5, paints a flowerpot during Winter Wonderland. For several years, Home Depot has
donated flowerpots and plants for a craft table at Winter Wonderland. Robert was brought to the
event by his grandmother, Charlotte Magana, who works at Naval Facilities Information Technology
Center.
Bob Hoover shows a child pulled from the audience how different gases react to heat during his
Mad Science of Los Angeles presentation. It was the first time in its 10-year history that Winter
Wonderland had included a stage show, and organizer Amber Melendez called it a huge success.
About 100 children gathered in front of the stage to watch.
Zach Gomez, 15, shows his 12-year-old brother,
Daniel, how to roast marshmallows, although by
the looks of it, Daniel doesn’t need any help. The
boys are the sons of Marciela and James Gomez,
who works at Point Mugu.
Daryn Garry, 3, makes a crown at one of several
craft tables set up at Winter Wonderland. Daryn
is the daughter of Adriana and AC2 Darren Garry
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The annual Year-to-Year Run, a
nighttime event at Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Point Mugu,
that begins seconds before the start
of the new year, drew 164 people on
New Year’s Eve.
Coming in first at the last Morale,
Welfare and Recreation event of
2010 was Pablo Gallegos, 29, of Ox-
nard.
Gallegos, who finished the race in
17 minutes, 9 seconds, is a track and
field and cross-country coach at
Hueneme High School.
Gallegos said it was a last-minute
decision to run the race. He was in-
vited by former Hueneme High ath-
lete Cynthia Navarro, who also ran
the event.
The next run is the Sweetheart 5k,
which will take place Feb. 17 at
NBVC Port Hueneme.
Local coach wins
Year-to Year
Run at Mugu
Photo by AnnAbelle Ferrer / MWr
Pablo Gallegos, a track coach at Hueneme
High School, won the Year to Year Run at
Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Temperatures in the 70s and 40 tons of snow
brought a record crowd to the 10th annual
Winter Wonderland at Naval Base Ventura
County, Port Hueneme, on Saturday, Jan. 15.
Amber Melendez, Port Hueneme youth direc-
tor, estimated the crowd at 1,500.
“We’ve never had this many people before,”
she said. “What a fantastic turnout!”
Electrician Technician 1st Class Jeff Click
of Air Operations, Point Mugu, grew up in St.
Louis and was eager to watch his son, Kody,
play in the snow.
“I’m used to 20-below and snow,” he said.
“Seventy-five and snow? I can do that!”
This year, organizers piled the snow into two
areas. A 30-ton pile was cordoned off for big-
ger kids, and 10 tons was reserved for young-
sters 5 and younger.
Another change this year was the addition
of Mad Science. Bob Hoover, who’s with the
Los Angeles-based company, put on a 45-min-
ute presentation dealing with different scien-
tific phenomena, from whether balloons filled
with different gases will pop or explode when
held over a flame to rocketry.
“The whole idea is to spark the imagination
and get kids excited about science,” Hoover
said. “It’s designed for kids to have fun and
learn something at the same time.”
This was the first time an actual show was
included as part of Winter Wonderland, and
Hoover drew a large crowd.
There was also a DJ this year.
Home Depot was back with a flowerpot table,
where youngsters could paint a flowerpot and
plant a flower in it to take home.
The marshmallow-roasting area was also
back, although most people were wearing T-
shirts and standing back from the flames, not
huddling around trying to stay warm.
There were all kinds of beanbag games and
craft tables to keep the youngsters busy from
3 p.m. until the event ended at 7 p.m.
“It was fantastic,” said Laura Hanson, a vic-
tim advocate with the Fleet and Family Support
Center who came with her children and her
sister, Katie Murphy of Colorado. “We were
blown away.”

Warm day makes Winter Wonderland hot
Robert Maria, 5, paints a flowerpot during Winter Wonderland. For several years, Home Depot has
donated flowerpots and plants for a craft table at Winter Wonderland. Robert was brought to the
event by his grandmother, Charlotte Magana, who works at Naval Facilities Information Technology
Center.
Temperatures in the 70s proved to be too much for Victoria
Rosenthal, 3, who shed her jacket and created her own version
of a popsicle during Winter Wonderland. Victoria is the daughter
of Sharon and Harold Rosenthal, who works at Naval Air Systems
Command, Point Mugu.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
The straight-Akid starts bringing home
D’s and F’s.
The doctor says to come back in for
another screening because “we need to
double-check something.”
The washer stopped working, and the
dog threw up on the carpet.
What’s a problemto the spouse at Naval
Base Ventura County may not seem like
a problem to the maintenance technician
who’s on an aircraft carrier in the middle
of the Persian Gulf or to the Seabee in
Afghanistan who’s helping build a base
outside the safe confines of Camp Leath-
erneck.
And that can lead to some very real
problems.
That’s where FOCUS comes in.
Based at the Seabee Chapel at NBVC
Port Hueneme, FOCUS is part of the
Navy’s effort to help families gain the
strength and resiliency needed to deal with
deployment.
“We help teach the family skills so that
they can develop newtools for the deploy-
ment experience,” said Ben Wilson, site
director for NBVC.
Among those skills are learning to reg-
ulate emotions, solve problems, commu-
nicate and set goals — all of which are
taught through family consultations and
small group training sessions.
FOCUS helps families develop a nar-
rative time map — a visual history of a
deployment. Experiences at home and on
deployment are charted on a map or a
board game, along with the emotions each
family member felt that day.
“This creates a context for positive com-
munication and openness,” Wilson ex-
plained.
FOCUS also offers problem-solving
training sessions, in which families state
a problem, name a solution and come up
with a collaborative plan to achieve that
solution.
“First of all, it helps everyone acknowl-
edge that a change is needed — and pos-
sible,” Wilson said. “Then it creates a
shared vision of a goal —a solution. And
it fosters communication is a productive
way rather than having it spiral into neg-
ativity.”
FOCUS, which was developed through
UCLA, is in its third year on base, and
Wilson says attendance at its family train-
ing sessions and other events has doubled
each year. A total of 14 bases have the
program, including installations in Hawaii
and Okinawa.
“There’s no doubt deployment can cre-
ate stress in a family,” Wilson said.
“There’s difficulty adjusting, there are
behavioral issues with kids, there are com-
munication breakdowns. We can help with
all that.”
FOCUS helps families
cope with deployment
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Alex DeCleene, a family resiliency trainer
with FOCUS, helps Amber Acosta, 9,
with a craft project during Military Family
Appreciation Day, held in November at the
Seabee Chapel, Naval Base Ventura County,
Port Hueneme. Amber is the daughter of
Beverly and EO Chad Anovic of NMCB 3.
FOCUS will be holding a Valentine
Bash from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday,
Feb. 10, in the Seabee Chapel. As
with the Military Family Appreciation
Day last Nov. 19, this is a time to
find out about FOCUS programs
and enjoy family activities together.
Information: 982-4486.
Learn about FOCUS
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The fortification portion of the project
was initially going to be completed by a
civilian contractor, Carter said. However,
the contractor estimated a total of three
months to fill the HESCO barriers and
dig the anti-vehicle ditch. Timeliness was
critical, Carter said, because positions had
to be fortified during the winter lull fight-
ing season.
“The Seabees did it in three weeks!”
Carter said. “This has allowed us to get
back to our jobs instead of focusing on
securing a perimeter.”
He called it a “great experience” work-
ing with the Seabees.
“We are used to making do with what
we have, and the ‘Bees have built things
for us that we did not even think of to
make our lives and our work easier,” said
Carter.
Kroll said the newly fortified COP will
help to ensure the Army has a blocking
position to seal off the Taliban’s northern
approach to Kandahar City to help sup-
port self-governing efforts.
“We must use this window of opportu-
nity to hold and maintain strategic popu-
lations,” said Kroll. “This is a fight for
people, not terrain. A strong enduring
presence will show the local populace we
are here to stay.”
By Alyce Moncourtois
NSWC Command Communications Office
“This training is very valuable,” said
Electronics Technician 2nd Class Danny
Goulart, a six-year veteran of the Coast
Guard. “In fact, we are heading out to-
morrow to do an evaluation shoot using
the exact same equipment on our ship.”
Goulart is referring to the Gun Weapon
System MK 48 MOD 0 and Gun Com-
puter System MK 160 MOD 12 (Coast
Guard configuration) operation and main-
tenance training that he and six other
Guardians received in mid-November
from Byron Fordham, a Naval Surface
Warfare Center (NSWC) Port Hueneme
instructor and training coordinator.
Other NSWC Port Hueneme personnel
involved in supporting the training in-
cluded systems engineers Howard Wang,
Pete Meschke, Daniel Dong, Michael
Mosley and Marshall Rice, with technical
data support from Rebecca Wilson.
The Gun Weapon System MK 48
MOD 0 and the Gun Computer System
MK 160 MOD 12 are installed as part
of the Gun Fire Control System on
WMSL-750 class Coast Guard ships.
According to Fordham, this was the first
training of its kind to be provided at
Port Hueneme.
“Other Coast Guard courses have been
taught in the past, but not at this loca-
tion,” he said.
He had this to say about future class-
es at Port Hueneme:
“These courses will continue to be
taught at Port Hueneme until the Coast
Guard establishes a permanent opera-
tion and maintenance training location
with these exact system specifications,”
said Fordham.
Electronics Technician 3rd Class Tim
Okeson summed up his training experi-
ence by saying, “the training here is as
good as it can get without being onboard
the ship.”
“We simulate everything here.,” he
added.
Coast Guard
trains at
Hueneme
From CNIC Public Affairs
WASHINGTON — Tragedies such as
Hurricane Katrina and shootings at Vir-
ginia Tech and Fort Hood clearly demon-
strate that being able to put out emer-
gency information quickly is vital to the
safety of personnel. Government agencies,
educational institutions and private indus-
try have taken great strides to develop
critical emergency notification methods
to protect life, limb, property and opera-
tional capabilities.
The Navy has developed the Shore Wide
Area Alert Network (WAAN) for Sailors,
Navy civilians and their families to receive
emergency information no matter where
they happen to be at the time of the crisis.
To receive these emergency notifications
while away from the workplace, anyone
assigned ashore with an NMCI or OneNet
Computer must register their emergency
contact information on their computer.
“In times of natural disasters and crisis
events on our bases, it will be crucial for
our Sailors and Navy civilians to receive
information updates as well as guidance
on where to go and what to do. Currently,
only 20 percent of our population have
signed up for Wide Area Alerts. We need
to encourage 100 percent participation by
everyone assigned ashore,” said Vice Ad-
miral Michael Vitale, commander, Navy
Installations Command.
WAANwas developed to provide Navy
installations with an effective and reliable
mass notification system that can be used
during a crisis to warn affected personnel.
The WAAN consists of four subsystems:
Computer Desktop Notification System
(CDNS), Automated Telephone Notifica-
tion System (ATNS), Giant Voice (GV)
and Interior Voice (IV).
CDNS and ATNS have been rolled out
to each NMCI and OneNet user in the
form of the AtHoc Self Service client,
which starts automatically on computers
at startup. Users are automatically reg-
istered for CDNS messages when they
log into an NMCI computer via their
Common Access Card (CAC). All NMCI
users must manually register their emer-
gency contact information via the AtHoc
Self Service client in order to receive
WAAN ATNS or e-mail/text notifica-
tions.
Instructions for adding contact infor-
mation to the WAAN using the AtHoc
Self Service client are:
1. Right-click on the AtHoc Self Ser-
vice client (Purple Globe) icon in the us-
ers system tray, at the bottom of the
computer screen.
2. Select “Access Self Service” from
the pop up menu.
3. The AtHoc Self Service client will
open. Select the “My Info” tab and up-
date Last Name, First Name and Display
Name and save. Do not enter PIN infor-
mation.
4. Select the “Devices” tab and enter
your contact information in the appropri-
ate fields and save.
5. This completes the registration pro-
cess.
For assistance with these instructions
or with technical issues, contact the CNIC
Help Desk at 1-888-264-4255 or DSN
942-6597.
You can also e-mail to https://support-
center.cnic.navy.mil.
How to update emergency notification information
Seabees build
combat outpost
CONTINUED FROM 10
PHOTO BY ALYCE MONCOURTOIS / NSWC PORT HUENEME
NSWC Port Hueneme instructor Byron Fordham, left, trains Coast Guard personnel on
the Gun Weapon System MK 48 MOD 0 and Gun Computer System MK 160 MOD 12
equipment at Port Hueneme on Nov. 17.
Simulation is first of its
kind to be held at Naval
Surface Warfare Center
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NEEDHAM THEATER
Thursday. 1anuary 27
7pm: Love & Other Drugs R
Friday. 1anuary 28
7pm: Tangled PG
9pm: The Next 3 Days PG13
Saturday. 1anuary 29
2pm: Tangled PG
5pm: Burlesque PG13
8pm: Love & Other Drugs R
Sunday. 1anuary 30
2pm: Tangled PG
5pm: Chronicles oI Narnia:
Voyage oI the Dawn Treader PG
Friday. 1anuary 28
7pm: The Expendables R
Saturday. 1anuary 29
2pm: Mega Mind PG
4pm: Case 39 R
7pm: Paranormal Activity 2 R
Sunday. 1anuary 30
2pm: Alpha and Omega PG
4pm: Conviction R
All base movies are FREE. Authorized patrons include: Active duty & Dependents, Reservists, Retirees, &
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. February 3
7pm: Chronicles oI Narnia:
Voyage oI the Dawn Treader PG
Friday. February 4
7pm: Tron: Legacy PG
9pm: The Tourist PG13
Saturday. February 5
2pm: Chronicles oI Narnia:
Voyage oI the Dawn Treader PG
5pm: Tron: Legacy PG
8pm: The Tourist PG13
Sunday. February 6
2pm: Chronicles oI Narnia:
Voyage oI the Dawn Treader PG
5pm: Tron: Legacy PG
Friday. February 4
7pm: No listings were available at the time oI printing.
Please call (805) 982-5002 Ior updates.
Saturday. February 5
2pm: TBA
4pm: TBA
7pm: TBA
Sunday. February 6
2pm: TBA
4pm: TBA
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• Information on day care providers,
including name, address, Social Security
number and amount paid to provider
• Names, Social Security numbers and
dates of birth for all dependents
• Bank routing and account information
for direct deposit of your refund
• Power-of-attorney if one taxpayer is
deployed
• All other pertinent tax documents re-
ceived for the 2010 tax year
Some commands have provided enough
volunteers so that a VITA volunteer will
be able to complete your taxes right at
your command.
Please note that if VITA determines
your return is complex — perhaps involv-
ing day trading, capital gains, etc. — co-
ordinators will try to give you an appoint-
ment for a later time with an experienced
volunteer. This, however, is not guaran-
teed, since the program is designed to as-
sist people with fairly simple returns.
If you have any questions, stop by the
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more information, call the Naval Legal
Service Office at 982-3124.
Taxes done free
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protest marches.
“It took legalism as well as the protest
movement,” Washington said.
Legalism, she said, brought about
Brown vs. the Board of Education, the
landmark Supreme Court ruling that
struck down “separate but equal”school-
ing. But it was the protest movement, she
added, that put integration onto the fast
track and brought it to fruition.
Washington herself is a product of an
all-black school in Texas, and she knew
first-hand that “separate”was a reality but
“equal” was not.
“We used texts that had been used for
five years by whites,”she said. “And there
were separate facilities for storing
them.”
By high school, her family had moved
to Bakersfield, but her friends who stayed
in Texas attended all-black high schools
that had no typewriters because office
skills weren’t taught; black teens were ex-
pected to go into manual labor, especially
fieldwork.
And in contrast to the all-white schools,
the all-black schools had no indoor toilets,
no hot water and no cafeteria.
“The kids were uncomfortable, and yet
we came,” she said. “We believed that an
education would cure all our ills.”
In response to a question after her pre-
sentation, Washington said that integra-
tion wasn’t the perfect solution.
“We lost ground,” she said. “We as a
people lost community.”
Teachers didn’t understand black cul-
ture, and many kids found themselves
lost.
“Some kids just didn’t get it,” she said.
“It takes time to adjust and learn. Minor-
ity children enter school at a distinct dis-
advantage because no one understands the
cultural differences.”
Davis, who described King’s contribu-
tions to society in scientific terms, cred-
ited King with raising the collective con-
sciousness of the human species to critical
mass – the level that’s needed to effect
change.
The result, he said, was morphic reso-
nance: Change occurred in one place, then
in another, then everywhere, all with no
apparent link.
King, Davis said, “contributed an
extraordinary amount,” and the human
species found itself “bumping up
against the cosmic consciousness and
God.”
Opening and closing remarks carried
King’s legacy into the present day. Capt.
Jim McHugh, commanding officer,
NBVC, pointed out that while there is
much work still to be done for King’s
dream to become reality, the Navy is
working hard for that to happen.
“Sailors at NBVC have volunteered
as mentors, big brothers and sisters and
tutors at our local schools,” he said in
his opening remarks. “We support
youth organizations whose goals in-
clude leadership, service and educa-
tion.”
And in closing, Timothy Troske, tech-
nical director of NSWC PHD, pointed
out King’s achievements helped make
our nation — and our Navy — more
diverse and a better reflection of the
“tapestry of America.”
“We all benefited from Martin Luther
King, regardless of race, creed or col-
or,” he said.
In a nod to Davis’ scientific theme,
he added, “The whole is greater than
the sum of its parts.”
MLK impact on education
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VCS263890
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Antiques And
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100% Cash Today
Buying
Coins,
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Private Buyer.
Call Today, Cash Today
805-300-4995 VCS261912
ALL CASH
BUYING
All U.S. Silver, Gold
and Copper Coins,
Large & Small Collections.
Foreign Coins Medals -
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Broken or unwanted Gold
Jewelry. Scrap Gold
& Silver Dental Gold
Sterling Flatware
Watches
1211 Maricopa, Ojai
40 Years Buying
805-646-4904
VCS264355
BUYING
Coins 1964 & Older
Dimes - $1.65
Quarters - $4.12
Halfs - $8.25
Dollars - $17.00 & 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
VCS262949
BUYING
TOP DOLLAR
PAID!
on quality photographs,
old Hollywood photographs,
autographs & posters,
old documents, old postage
stamps & envelopes,
flatware, art, old Oriental
antiques, old casino chips,
gold & silver.
Top dollar paid.
I’ll buy one item or the
whole collection
805-300-2308 VCS263049
$CASH$ FOR OLD
Guitars, Basses,
Amps, Banjos,
Ukes, Mandolins,
etc. 805-981-7196
VCS261113
$CASH$ FOR OLD
Guitars, Basses,
Amps, Banjos,
Ukes, Mandolins,
etc. 805-981-7196
VCS263700
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
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(805)218-9248
VCS263901
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Planning
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or garage sale?
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Buying antiques &
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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 VCS264741

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4255 E. MAIN ST
VENTURA, CA
805-650-0444 VCS262934

GOLD HAS
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DOLLARS
AN OUNCE
WE ARE LARGEST
BUYERS OF SCRAP
GOLD, GOLD CHAINS,
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WATCHES, SWISS
WATCHES, GOLD
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CHAINS. WE PAY
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4255-18 E. MAIN ST
VENTURA CA 93003
805-650-0444
MAIN & TELEPHONE
NEXT TO HONEY
BAKED HAM
FIREHOUSE PLAZA
VCS261951
BUYER of OLD COINS
Coin Collections
Silver & Gold Coins
TOP $$$ PAID
I Buy Toy Trains
Old BB cards, Old Toys.
Jeff 805-302-7104 VCS262043
I BUY Antique & Black
Powder guns, knives,
military, hunting/pocket,
original or reproduction
ALSO silver coins & scrap
sterling silver
805-646-2168 VCS263081
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
I BUY ORIGINAL
INDIAN ARROW HEADS
No reproductions. Call Russ
805-432-0054 VCS262886
NEED CASH?
BUYING GOLD
Paying $19.50 per gram for
14 carat. 805-646-2631
VCS264534
Ventura Flea Market at the
Fairgrounds - Antique’s
Sunday, Jan. 30th - 9a-3p
323-560-7469
www.rgcshows.com
VCS264755
VIOLINS,
VIOLAS, CELLOS
Wanted in any cond.
Have Cash.
805-644-4750
VCS263665
Window Box Antiques
Annual Store Wide Sale
20%-50% off
Some exceptions
We are selling the old,
making room for the new.
72 Palm Camarillo
805-987-8191
Mon-Sat 10:30 am-4:30 pm
Sun 12-4 pm VCS263990
207
Appliances
AD
REFRIGERATION
REPAIR & SALES
Refrigerators, walk-in
coolers, ice machines
etc. From $99.00.
FREE ESTIMATES!
WILL PICK UP
DEAD REFRIG!
805-816-7169
VCS264713
ALL MAJOR APPL.
NEW YEAR SAVINGS!
FREE SERVICE CALL
with repairs in Vta County.
Sales, Service & Parts
Save on repairs & sales
during the economy crisis.
Washers, Dryers, Heaters,
Refrigerators, Ovens Gas &
Electric, Microwaves
35 Years Exp. Vta Co.
Victor 805-302-1866
VCS264525
Always Good
WASHER/DRYER
KENMORE
For Sale
$100-$150 ea cash
BUZZ 984-2327
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WANTED
“DEAD OR ALIVE”
FREE
Kenmore
Whirlpool
Washers/Dryers
For appliance
teacher
984-2327
VCS263476
207
Appliances
APPLIANCES
WANTED
CASH PAID
Washers
Dryers
Refrigerators
10 years old
or less,
working or
NOT.
WE ALSO DO
APPLIANCE
REPAIRS
805-290-7327
VCS262200
FREE HAUL
AWAY JUNK
METAL
Metal Fences, Car
Parts, Car Batteries,
Cast Iron Bathtubs,
Pool Heaters, Air
Conditioner Units,
etc. 805-368-9853
VCS263206
REFRIGERATOR Hotpoint
top freeze, wht, 4-5 yrs new,
clean, very good cond $175.
805-671-9852 VCS262833
207
Appliances
REFRIGERATOR Kenmore
side by side, perfect
condition. $250/obo.
805-484-4685 VCS264600
REFRIGERATOR
Stainless Steel/like new
Washer/Dryer $99-up
Refrigerators Stoves
$125 & Up. Free pick up on
washers, dryers & refrigs.
Sales, Repairs & Installation
Call (805)390-8136
VCS264573
WASHER/DRYER Kenmore
$300/pair. Refrigerator $175
All very good cond
805-671-9852 VCS262838
Washer & Dryers
Guaranteed and/or
Repair $99 to $199
482-4983 or 816-4081 Gary
Bowen VCS261073
Washer & Dryers
Guaranteed and/or
Repair $99 to $199
482-4983 or 816-4081 Gary
Bowen VCS263607 VCS264394
221
Commercial
Equipment
PALLET RACK SALE
Upright $49+ Beam $12+
SHELVING Steel & Wood
2’x4’x 6, 8 or 10’ $69+
WAREHS LADDERS $89+
805-532-1103 VCS263047
223
Computers/
Accessories
17” APPLE MACBOOK PRO
2007, Excellent cond.
160GB, new battery. Moms
computer. With case $1100.
805-427-0800. VCS262410
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.
805-625-0568 VCS264498
TREADMILLS Display and
Floor models, excellent
condition, $250-$400
(805)671-9852 VCS262834
230
Firewood
ALMOND FIREWOOD
thebundledwoodco.com
$360 cord, $190 half
(805)714-3226 VCS263468
SEASONED EUCALYPTUS
Firewood, split. Fill your
pickup w/level load for $120
Somis 805-386-4622 VCS262812
Find new&used cars.
233
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 VCS262158
BED A Beautiful
Leather Platform Bed
w/Thick Queen
Pillowtop Mattress
Never Used, in plastic, war-
ranty. Retails $999, sell $365
805-830-3314
VCS262240
BED California King
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in
plastic w/warranty,
retails $899 sac $260!
805-830-3314
VCS263738

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BED FULL SIZE
Orthopedic Pillowtop
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Never used, still in plastic
w/warranty. Retails for $499
Sacrifice $150.
805-830-3314
VCS263735
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Furniture/
Household Goods
BED QUEEN
Orthopedic Pillowtop
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805-830-3314
VCS263737
BED
Tempurpedic Style
Queen Memory Foam
Mattress Set
Brand new in plastic w/warr!
Retails $1199, Sell $345!!
805-830-3314 VCS262242
BUNKBED
Wood w/Built-in Desk
and Chest of Drawers.
Excellent Condition, $250
805-659-4818
VCS264512
DINING SET Beautiful
formal 13 piece set, $1900
Call 805-523-2465
VCS264370
DINING TABLE
60” round, oak, 6 chairs,
3 barstools, $275. Call
805-495-2760 VCS264796
Dresser/Armoire
light Italian wood, beautiful
condition. $250 ea OBO.
Call 805-987-5711
VCS264095
0273
Jewelry/Clothing
CATS CRADLE Thrift Shop
Open Thurs thru Sun
Clothes, jewelry, books/etc.
4160 Market #10, VTA
25¢-up 805-485-8811 VCS262998

GOLD HAS
PASSED $1000
DOLLARS AN
OUNCE
WE ARE 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 $$
4255-18 E. MAIN ST
VENTURA CA 93003
805-650-0444
MAIN & TELEPHONE
Next to Honey Baked
Ham Firehouse Plaza

VCS262041
274
Medical Equipment
& Supplies
RMC MEDICAL
Buy•Sell•Rent•Repair
Power Chairs/Scooters
Lift Chairs/Ramps
Hospital Beds/Hoyer
Lifts/Wheelchairs
805-797-5624
VCS264649
CALL
800221STAR7827
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
Boxes for moving
only 75¢ each
250. Used. 805-487-2796
www.riteboxinc.com
VCS262142
$$$$$$$$$
CA$H
FOR
YOUR
CAR
$$$$$$$$
We’ll buy your
car running
or not!
Can’t find the
pink or
registration?
No problem!
To get the best
deal, call us first!
805-754-9839
VCS259057
VCS261848
ELECTRONIC TELESCOPE
Celestron Nexstar 6 SE
Computerized Telescope.
$650. Retails at $1200.
805-231-1064 VCS262403
WE PICK UP & RECYCLE
all Major Appliances.
Help Save our Planet.
Call 805-671-9569 VCS262836
277
Musical Instruments
Musical Instru-
ments
Instruments & Accessories
lastwrightmusic.com
(805)246-7225
VCS261167
PIANO YAMAHA
oak, perfect condition;
suits all decor. $750. Call
805-659-3118 VCS264233
281
Pool/Spa Supplies
SPA/HOT TUB
Deluxe 2011 Model.
Neck jets, therapy seat,
warr, never used, can
deliver, worth $5950,
will sell $1950 818-785-9043
VCS262904
283
Sporting Goods
HARVARD POOL TABLE
44 x 78, incl all accessories,
good cond, $275/obo. Can
deliver in Vta County
805-492-0362 VCS264086
WE BUY: Fishing Tackle
and Accessories. Also Ammo
and Accessories. 805-390-9565
or 805-750-9222 VCS263862
287
Swap Meets
Ventura Flea Market
at the Fairgrounds
Sunday, Jan. 30th - 9a-3p
323-560-7469
www.rgcshows.com
VCS264754
289
Televisions/Video
REGZA TOSHIBA 52” LCD
TV $1000, great condition
TV and wall mount Call
Mike at 956-960-3480 in
Pt Hueneme VCS264128
293
Toys And Games
Brunette Baby Alive Doll
Speaks (English & Spanish),
poops, eats, uses pacifier.
Complete with diapers,
clothes & food. $30. Call
940-452-7491 (free for AT&T)
VCS263281
297
Wanted To Buy
BUYING
JUNK
CARS
TOP
$ $ $ $ $
PAID
UP TO
$1,000
Running or
Not Running
Lic’d Dismantler
pickthepart.com
(805)
933-5557
VCS263676
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
297
Wanted To Buy
CA$H
for
SCRAP
METALS
Construction &
Demolition Scrap
Heavy Equipment
Car Bodies
Automotive Scrap
Steel - Rebar
Lic’d Dismantler &
Weighmaster
pickthepart.com
805.933.8280
842 Mission Rock Rd
Santa Paula, Ca 93060
VCS263069
I BUY HIGH-END
RANGES &
REFRIGERATORS,
805-671-9569 VCS262835
I PAY CASH for old books,
magazines, paper ephemera,
movie/comics/sports
memorabilia, libraries,
posters, old toys, etc.
Carl 818-889-3599
VCS263580
Antiques?
vcstar.com/ads
800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
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findingyour
nextcar.
METAL - WE PICK UP
AND PAY YOU FOR YOUR
SCRAP METAL. CALL
805-643-HAUL VCS262147
Find a home.
Pets &Supplies
300-315
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services

A Private
Foundation
Has Rescued
Dogs
For Adoption
TANNER
1 year old male, Norfolk
Terrier mix, 13 pounds.
SAMMY
9 year old male,
Pomeranian, 9 pounds.
JOSE
7 ½ year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 10 pounds.
PEEWEE
5 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 13 pounds.
Visit our website for pics
samsimon
foundation.org
or call us at
(310)457-5898
VCS263855
AKC Doberman
Pinschers
Males & Females, 3
wk. old champion line
puppies available for
pick-up Feb.24. We
have 4m/5f, all
black/rust. Now ac-
cepting $300 deposits
for picking order.
$1,500.00
(805)612-4291 VCS263515
AMERICAN BOBTAIL Top
quality kittens. Huge, wild
looking brown & choc. tab-
bies & Lynx point. $450.
www.oztoca.com
805-389-6766 VCS261718
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
PUPS, all colors. Dbl reg’d,
health guar, shots,$350 & up.
760-954-5523 VCS264050
CALL
800221STAR7827
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
Pups, born 11/28/10. Beautiful
litter, champ lines, all colors,
ASCA/AKC, wonderful
temperaments. $900.
805-649-1939 VCS263984
BEAGLES - to good homes
adoption fees required- we
accept credit cards.
760-248-7658 or 661-816-3292
www.joes-beagles.com
VCS263690
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
BORDER
COLLIE PUPS
Males & Females,
purebred,
blk and wht,
parents on prop.,
avail. February $400.00
(805)630-0392
VCS264154
CATS & KITTENS $125 Sat
& Sun 11-5@ PetCo in CAM,
PT HUE, Market/Donlon in
VTA 805-485-8811 VCS263002
CATS START YOUR NEW
YEAR with a gift of love.
Adopt a Kitten or Cat
from CPA. Call today
805-984-3933 VCS263199
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIEL purebred puppies.
Blenheims, 2nd shots,
Vet recommended.
Call 805-906-1174
princeofcavs@gmail.com
Facebookfanpage savvycavs
VCS262396
CHRISTMAS KITTENS
3 Russian Blue Tuxedo,
4 Adolescent Blk/Wht. $100ea
805-625-0471 VCS262473
DACHSHUNDS AKC $500
661-333-4697 or 661-769-8807
simplesite.com/loveadog
VCS264583
DAUCHSHUND PUPPIES
Beautiful, AKC registered,
$450/ea. Females Only.
805-491-3286 VCS263953
Find a home.
vcshomes.com
DOG Golden Retreiver
Males & Females, AKC
puppies OFA hips/el-
bows/heart. White to
Golden. Show quality.
Seegoldensunshine-
kennels.com $1,200.00
(661)886-0087 VCS261710
DOG GOLDEN
RETRIEVER
Males & Females,
CHRISTMAS PUPS!!
Very Light to English
Cream. Mellow Teddy
Bears
AKC/OFA/HEART/CERF
www.saddlecreek-
farms.net $2,000.00
(805)705-5237
VCS262129
DOG Yorkies
Puppies
Males & Females, Have
Papers, raised in our
home, great with kids
and other pets. Parents
are about 4 pounds.
$1,000.00
(805)714-0488
VCS260674
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
ENGLISH BULLDOG
PUPPIES. AKC Champion
Lines. $1,200. 2 females &
1 male. Call Tracy
805-216-5587 or Steve
805-824-5580 VCS264432
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPPIES - AKC Registered.
3 M & 3 F, ready to go. $500.
805-358-1518 VCS264575
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
Puppies. Born 11/21/10.
5 male & 7 female, pure bred
Parents on site. $450ea.
805-844-4357 VCS264709
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPPIES
AKC/OFA/CERF
Raised with TLC,champion
lines, M/F, white to golden.
$1,000 - $1,500. Ready Now!
805-358-2493 or 805-583-5662
VCS262898
LAB PUPPIES AKC & OFA
yellow & red pups $750 to
$1000 website: luvnlabs.com
661-609-7439 VCS263007
LAB PUPPIES
AKC, yellow males/females,
$750. Parents OFA, OFE.
View details at:
www.countrylabs.com
Taking Deposits. 661-823-8925
VCS263216
LAB PUPS AKC OFA
dewclaws, shots, wormed,
Awesome black males &
females. Outstanding
chocolate females $650
4 month Creme female
(very sweet) $350. Incl
collar, leash, food, toys, etc.
805-649-3692 VCS261871
LAB PUPS AKC yellows,
xlnt pedigree, guarantee
$700 taking deposits
brueggerlabradors.com
Near Magic Mtn 209-604-4445
VCS262743
MALTESE PUPPIES
Beautiful & fluffy. Full of fun
& love. From $700.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS264717
MALTIPOO PUPPIES
6 wks old, 1 yr health guar,
3-M & 2-F, $650/ea. Parents
AKC reg’d. 805-987-3401 or
805-236-7865 VCS263928
MINI SCHNAUZER AKC
Fem Pups, parents on site,
shots, health guar, $700
805-484-4050 msg VCS262205
POODLE Standard. AKC
Champ bkgrnd. In tact, F.
Professionally trained, 4
yrs. $900. 805-320-2065 or
805-647-2628 VCS262413
PUG Pups AKC Rare Black
Excellence, Fully Trained,
Social Males. Exquisite!
47 Champions in Pedigree!
20 Years Exp Guar, Shots &
Delivery Incl. Graduates of
Mama’s Boy Training
Camp. Valentine’s Sale:
$975 For Photos Call
805-320-4834 VCS263693
SHIH TZU PUPPIES AKC
Black/white & Brindle/white
sm size, gorgeous, $500 & up.
www.lovelyshihtzu.com
805-415-8661 VCS264294
SHIHTZU PUPS all shots,
dewormed, trained, health
guar, gorgeous, $600+
805-320-8244 VCS264762
Siberian Husky
PUPS 8 wks, beautiful blue
eyes, 2M, 4F. Ready to go.
$400. 758-7747 VCS264332
STAFFORDSHIRE Terriers
pure bred & mixed, pups &
young adults, beautiful
dogs w/good temperment.
Donation 818-883-8582
VCS262872
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
YORKIE
Beautiful playful puppies.
M & F, priced from $600.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS264716
315
Horses/Livestock
Miscellaneous
Pet?
vcstar.com/ads
800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
Thorough Bred Gelding
12 years old, rides western or
english, jumps 3 ft, good for
beginner. $1,000/obo.
805-616-9006 VCS264670
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Employment
500-585
540
Help Wanted
Accounting
AP/AR Clerk
Commercial General Con-
tractor in Woodland Hills
has Immediate opening for
candidate with 2+ years
experience
FAX 818-225-1062
gail@spcinc.com
VCS263144
Administrative Asst
For a busy WLV real estate
agent. Excellent computer,
writing and photo editing
skills required. Type 50
wpm, 25-30 hrs a wk - P/T.
$18/hr+bonuses. Email
resume: phelton@mac.com
VCS264768
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540
Help Wanted
Administrator
BILLING COORDINATOR
CFH Saviers, Oxnard
Duties: Serves as a Bill-
ing Coordinator responsible
for the efficient and timely
billing of all third party
payer accounts for all hos-
pital services. Claims must
be billed in accordance with
hospital managed care con-
tract guidelines. Promptly
and efficiently audits
charges for accuracy and
adjusts charges appropri-
ately in accordance with
hospital policy. Verifies
HIC/PIC and diagnosis
codes for accuracy. En-
sures that the insurance
card and verification per-
tain to the proper insurance
carrier. Updates the com-
puter system when neces-
sary to maintain account
integrity.
Requirements: Must be
experienced in medical bill-
ing CPT and ICD9 coding,
heavy data entry, type 50
words a minute. One year
hospital/clinic billing and
heavy data entry experi-
ence required. High School
Diploma or GED is re-
quired. Excellent customer
service skills.
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.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261048
AUTO BODY & FRAME
TECH - Busy Ventura
Collision Center
Experienced, Commission
& Benefits. Tom
805-644-4004 VCS264486
AUTO BODY PAINTER:
Paints surfaces for trans-
portation equipment, such
as trucks, applying knowl-
edge of surface preparation
& painting techniques, us-
ing spray painting equip-
ment power tool & work
aids: Cleans sands & ap-
plies chemical solutions to
prepare & condition surfac-
es prior to painting. Mixes
& thins paint or other coat-
ing to specified color & con-
sistency according to
standard formulas or color
charts, using spatula or
mixing equipment & vis-
cometer. Sprays specified
amount or thickness of
primer, protective, decora-
tive or finish coatings, such
as paint, lacquer, sealer or
enamel. Onto prepared
surfaces using spray equip-
ment. May lay out & paint
insignias, symbols, designs
or other markings on paint-
ed surfaces, according to
blue print or specifications
using stencil, patterns,
measuring instruments,
brushed, or spray equip-
ment; 2/yrs exp. req.
$64,064.00/yr 40/hrs/wk plus
1 ½ o.t., Job site Saticoy,
CA. 2 openings. Applicants
send this ad your re-
sume/letter of qualifications
to: A-1 Truck & Equipment
Inc., Attn: Mark Poole,
1588 Los Angeles Ave.,
Saticoy, CA 93004
VCS261105
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales
540
Help Wanted
AUTOMOTIVE
SALESPEOPLE
NEEDED
Start the New Year with
a New Career! Barber
Ford in Ventura, seeking
high energy, motivated
salespeople to join our
team. We offer family
friendly scheduling, a
great pay plan, medical,
dental, 401k, bonuses.
Call Charlie or Mike for
an appt 805-642-6701
VCS264363
Automotive
TUNE UP-SMOG
CERTIFIED TECH
Dependable person who
wants to join a growing
team. Full time--Bene-
fits-401K. Apply at:
SimiValleyford.com or
contact: Hugo Lira
805-583-0333
VCS262502
Automotive
VOLKSWAGEN
SERVICE TECHS
Neftin Westlake VW in
Thousand Oaks seeks
exp’d mechanics for full
service repairs & mainte-
nance duties. Family
owned, busy shop w/
great hours, excellent
compensation & benefits.
Terrific work environ-
ment too.
Contact
Mark Gupton at
805-497-9404
or email resumé to:
guppy2374@aol.com
VCS264266
Auto Sales
VENTURA
TOYOTA
BIG VOLUME
DEALERSHIP
SEEKING SELF MOTI-
VATED NEW AND
USED SALES REPS
THAT ARE HARD
WORKING AND WANT
TO EARN TOP
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
TOO MUCH
TRAFFIC TO
HANDLE
6,000 GUARANTEE
TO START
(See Dealer For Details)
WE OFFER:
•TOP COMMISSIONS
• PROMOTIONS
• FREEWAY LOCATION
• GIANT INVENTORY
• 401K RETIREMENT
• HEALTH BENEFITS
APPLY IN PERSON
NEW
MIKE STAMAKINLEY
805-620-4611
USED
OCTAVIO FIERROS
805-620-4621
VENTURA AUTO
CENTER
6360 AUTO CENTER DR
VENTURA CA 93003
VCS263266
540
Help Wanted
CALL
800221STAR7827
ADVERTISING
SALES
The Ventura County Star,
Ventura County’s leading
newspaper and web
site,has an opening on
our Advertising team for
an aggressive salesper-
son to advance the suc-
cess of our newspaper,
niche products, and web
offerings.
In today’s environment
action (not excuses) is
important, and at the
Star, our culture is about
getting it done. With a
rapidly growing audience
and market share, this is
a career defining oppor-
tunity for the right per-
son. Local news and
information, published
across a variety of plat-
forms, is our future!
Our Advertising team is
comprised of aggressive
hunters, vested in fur-
thering their own finan-
cial and personal success
through a commitment to
the growth and develop-
ment of local businesses.
We provide ongoing train-
ing, coaching and incen-
tives to get the job done.
Key responsibilities in-
clude:
• 15 in person appoint-
ments per week, with
new prospects, complet-
ing a needs assessment –
this is not a desk job!
• Manage and grow an
overall book of business
to at least 35 active ac-
counts per month
• Creative out-of-the-box
mentality with a strong
entrepreneurial approach
• Demonstrated sales
success with another me-
dia, industry or company
Company Description
We offer a competitive
compensation package in-
cluding base salary and a
commission incentive
program based on achiev-
ing monthly revenue
goals. Additional benefits
include Medical, Dental,
Vision and disability.
Individuals interested in
submitting a resume for
consideration should e-
mail apply via email.
vbatra@vcstar.com
No phone calls please.
The Ventura County Star
is part of the E.W.
Scripps Company, a di-
verse 130-year-old media
enterprise with interests
in television stations,
newspapers, local news
and information web
sites, and licensing and
syndication.
VCS264453
540
Help Wanted
Bio-Pharmaceutical
AMGEN INC. seeks a
Health Economics Manag-
er. Reqs. Ph.D. degree or
Master’s degree and 3 yrs.
exp. Recent exp. with:
Health Svcs or Outcomes
Rsrch; Working w/health
orgs or consumers of out-
comes info; Conducting or
overseeing computer pro-
gramming (Visual Basic,
MapInfo); Performing sta-
tistical & economic analy-
ses (SAS, STATA). Job
Location: Thousand Oaks,
CA. Send resume Ref.
#8383LX to: Global Mo-
bility, Amgen, Inc., One
Amgen Center Drive, Mail-
stop 19-1-A Thousand Oaks,
CA 91320. No phone calls
or e-mails please. Must be
legally authorized to work
in the U.S. without sponsor-
ship. EOE.
VCS262727
BIOTECH
AMGEN has an opportunity
for a Senior Manager.
Reqs: Master’s, 3 yrs. exp.,
& exp. w/ international
markets, foreign currency
transactions, MS Office &
SAP, budgeting, forecast-
ing, financial analysis & fi-
nance management role
within global operations
setting Job Site: Thousand
Oaks, CA. Send resume
referencing #6XB44Y to:
Global Mobility, Amgen,
Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, Mailstop 37-1-C
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320.
No phone calls or e-mails
please. Must be legally au-
thorized to work in the U.S.
w/o sponsorship. EOE.
VCS264021
Biotechnology
AMGEN INC. has an oppor-
tunity for a Sr. Mgr. Regu-
latory Affairs. Reqs: 3
years of experience as a
Manager Regulatory Af-
fairs or Regulatory Affairs
Specialist (Promotion and
Advertising) in the Phar-
maceutical, Biotechnology
or Healthcare Industry, or
related occupation. Job
site: Thousand Oaks, CA.
Reference # 5V9RZP & sub-
mit resume to Global Mo-
bility, Amgen Inc., One
Amgen Center Drive, MS
37-1-C, Thousand Oaks, CA
91320. No phone calls or e-
mails please. Must be le-
gally authorized to work in
the U.S. without sponsor-
ship. EOE.
VCS262331
MECHANICS
Heavy Duty Truck.
EXP’D ONLY-OWN TOOLS
Call BIG T’S Freightliner
805-983-2408 VCS264747
CAFETERIA
MANAGER
Full time 10 mo. position.
Salary: 3,843.90 to 4,678.63
Benefits: 100% Health &
Welfare benefits
For full job description
and to apply, please
go to our website at
www.ouhsd.k12.ca.us
click on Employment.
Oxnard Union
High School District
309 South K St.
Oxnard, CA
EOE
DEADLINE:
January 25, 2011
VCS264306

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Acoustic Ceilings
AL GARZA
DRYWALL
Acoustic Removal &
Retexture in 1 day.
We paint too!
Bonded & Insured
Free Estimates
Will work with your schedule
Quality Guaranteed!
Licensed/Bonded/Insured
30 Years Experience
805-583-2553
Lic # 776189
www.algarzadrywall.com
VCS263866
BILL DAVIS
DRYWALL, Inc
Ca Lic 835604
ACOUSTIC REMOVAL
Guarantee 1 Day Service
In Furnished Homes
’’PAINT READY’’
Liability & Worker’s Comp
805-985-0271 Office
or 805-479-1127 Cell
Free Estimates VCS262140
Air Conditioning/
Heating
AIRE COMFORT INC.
Specializing in Residential
Heating/AC/Ducting
Installs/Service/Repair
Owner Installer/BBB A+
Older Home Specialist
Under House Systems
Wall Furnace Change Outs
FREE Bids On Installs
Heating/AC Svc Call $60/$75
805-797-9968
Lic #877321 VCS263694
OCEAN AIR
Furnace Change Out $1200.
Wall Furnace Change Out
$600. A/C Systems
Installed $4800. Service Call
$65. Free Estimates
805-815-5624
1/2 The $ As Pacific
Lic #891072 VCS262763
Buy it. Sell it. Find it.
vcstar.com/ads
Cabinets
Cabinet Refacing
Highest quality workmanship
& materials. 35 years exp.
Call now for free estimate +
a great job at a great price!
805-527-2631
Lic#341411 VCS263000
Cabinet Refacing
Highest quality workmanship
& materials. 35 years exp.
Call now for free estimate +
a great job at a great price!
805-527-2631
Lic#341411 VCS260980
Carpentry
SIGNATURE FINISH
CARPENTRY, INC
Bonded/Insured/Licensed
• Crown Molding • Doors •
Wainscot • Mantles
• Columns • Etc
805-558-0551
Lic#948934 VCS264511
Carpet Cleaning
CARPET STEAM
CLEANING Truck Mounted
Upholstery and Rugs
• 3 Rooms...$60
• Window Wash
• Floor Wax/Polish
• Dirty Kitchen/Bath
Everything Clean
Lee’s Maintenance
805-987-3071 VCS263080
Computer
Services
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
VCS262771
Concrete Work
A G & R
Masonry & Concrete
•Stamp Concrete
•Driveways •Block Walls
•Retaining Walls
•Brick & Stone Work
•BBQ •Paving •Stucco
+Bobcat Tractor Svc
805-231-5576 805-231-5574
Lic#908763 VCS264553
AHUMADA CONCRETE
Construction, Driveways,
Patios, Block Walls,
Vinyl Gates, Brick,
All Types of repairs,
All Types of
Concrete & Masonry
(805)487-1613
Lic#754081 VCS263441
CLARK & SONS
CONCRETE
•Driveway/RV Pad•Patios
•Pool Decks •Sidewalks
No Job Too Small
805-583-0480
LIC#408242 VCS260918
CLARK & SONS
CONCRETE
•Driveway/RV Pad•Patios
•Pool Decks •Sidewalks
No Job Too Small
805-583-0480
LIC#408242 VCS263270
Construction
Fast FreeEstimates
For all your home and
business repairs & more.
Carpentry, Electrical,
and Plumbing.
RECESSION Rates
creatbldr@earthlink.net
NO JOB TOO BIG/SMALL
805-382-0464
lic#342943 VCS261033
T & T
CONSTRUCTION
• Room Additions
• Kitchen & Bath
Remodels
• Patio Covers &
Decks
Tom 805-987-2860
Lic#425257 VCS262170
Doors
RW Construction
Installation of
Doors and Windows.
Interior Alterations
of Kitchens and Baths
Interior Lighting.
Over 25 Years Experience.
Licensed, Bonded, Insured.
805-732-4089
VCS263881
THE
DOORMAN
Specializing in Door
Installations & Door Repairs,
Windows, Moldings,
Cabinets. 32 years exp
Camarillo, CA.
805-890-9493
VCS264062
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 VCS262830
Dry Wall
ALL-PHASE
DRYWALL
“No Job Too Small”
All Your Drywall Needs!
40+ Years Experience
Competitive Rates
805-701-3108 Lic #955634
VCS263189
ALL-PHASE
DRYWALL
“No Job Too Small”
All Your Drywall Needs!
35+ Years Experience
Competitive Rates
805-701-3108 Lic #955634
VCS260941
DRYWALL
Installation/Repair
Accoustic Removal
Patches / Texture
Lic #770728
(805)527-8111
VCS263388
Education/
Instruction
MATH and SCIENCE
TUTOR
Algebra•Geometry
•Calculus.
•Chemistry•Physics.
We Come To You!
805-754-4036
VCS263464
Electrical
Contractor
ELECTRICAL
PROBLEMS?
Commercial • Residential
• Industrial
* New Service Upgrades
* New Construction
* Rewiring - Remodeling
* Recessed Lighting
Installation
FREE ESTIMATE
Rejis Electric
818-402-7841
St. Lic #435441 VCS264161
KESTREL ELECTRIC
• Free Estimates
• Affordable Rates
• No Job Too Small
• Trouble Shooting
• Military Discounts
Available 7 Days A Week
805-551-8870
Lic#927740 VCS263530
Find
newcars,
usedcarsand
dealers.
Call 800221STAR7827
PACIFIC COAST
ELECT CONTRS
• Honest, Reliable & Exp’d
• Trouble Shooting
• Ceiling Lights & Fans
• Remodels
• All Work Guaranteed
Edward
(805)797-0402
Lic#806561 VCS263401
Electrical Work
ELECTRICAL SVC
Don’t Pay
Contractor Prices!
New installations, repairs,
trouble shooting. All work
guaranteed. State Cert
Electrician.Free Estimates
(805) 469-1494
VCS261901
Fencing
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
Lic.#798198 VCS264105
Firewood
Grade A Firewood
For a Low price
Cut & Cured & Split
Delivery & Stacking
FREE
805-444-5504
VCS262132
Seasoned
Firewood
•Oak •Almond•Pine
•Eucalyptus •Mixed.
16’’ & 22’’ available
VC Woodcutters
805-987-6792 VCS264120
Flooring
Hardwood/Laminate
• Installation, Stairs, Repairs
805-312-5113 cell
Carpet, Linoleum, Tile
• Installation Repairs
• Restrech
• Dry Rot/Sub Floor Repair
805-267-6975 cell
Lic #558476
VCS263249
Gardening
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 VCS264750
General
Contractor
William Osborne
Construction
general contractor, home
improvements and repairs,
termite and dryrot repairs.
License #370124
(805)641-0217 (818)266-4035
VCS262933
Handypersons
A-B Handyman Service
New Construction,
Additions & Remodels
Carpentry, Doors, Plumbing
Windows, Elect.,Flooring,
Drywall, Roofing, Painting
Free Est. 25 Yr. Exp.
Victor Martinez 805-223-5095
Lic.B 506054 VCS263893
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
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 487-7709
lic#285372 VCS262289
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 VCS264472
Handypersons
DB CUSTOM
PAINTING
Interior•Exterior•Custom
Finish•Drywall•Texture &
Stucco Repair. Reliable
& Clean. Free Estimates
Beat Anyone’s Price.
Senior Discounts
805-338-6622 VCS263205
HANDYMAN
Stucco, Fencing, Drywall,
Doors, Paint Texture,
Plumbing, Tile, Roof
Repair, Carpentry,
Windows, Concrete.
All Work Guaranteed
805-491-8330
State Lic#905329 VCS264497
JAIME’S HANDYMAN
All Trades. FREE Estimates
Low Rates. 25 Years Exp.
Plumbing, Electrical, Tile &
Hardwood Floors, Concrete,
Carpentry, Stucco, Drywall,
Paint, Rain Gutters. Shower
& Tub Recaulk & Seal.
Doors, Windows & Screens.
805-558-7525 VCS263651
JT HANDYMAN
SERVICES
No Job Too Small
Responsible,
experienced, reliable.
805-647-2693
VCS263299
CALL
800221STAR7827
• lights • plumbing
• doors • carpentry
• locks • cabinets
• painting
Tim Voorhees 527-5808
LIC #724376 VCS262832
Rob’s
Property Svc
& Handyman
No job too small, we
do it all! Everything
from A to Z. Quality
work at a great
price! 25 yrs exp.
Call today for free estimate
805-766-6225
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Help Wanted
Center Supervisor
Oxnard preschool/toddler
center, Seasonal (Jan-
Sept), M-F, 8am-5pm, hrs
may vary Req: 24 units
ECE/CD, 3 units in-
fant/toddler devel, 16
units general ed, 4 yrs re-
lated teaching exp w/chil-
dren ages 0-5 & Teacher
Permit or higher (see job
online for alt. reqs)
Infant/Toddler
Teacher
3 openings
Oxnard, Seasonal (Jan-
Sept), M-F, 8am-5pm, hrs
may vary. Req: AA/AS,
24 units ECE/CD, 3 units
infant/toddler devel, 1 yr
related teaching exp w/0-5
& Teacher Permit (see
job online for alt reqs).
Family Child
Care Specialist
Ventura Co (Oxnard of-
fice), Seasonal (Jan-
Sept), M-F, 8am-5pm.
Req: BA/BS in ECE/CD
or related & 2 yrs teach-
ing exp w/children ages
0-5. Must have 12 core
ECE/CD units. Bilin-
gual/Bilit Required in
Eng/Span.
Positions with Migrant &
Seasonal Head Start.
Close Date: Until Filled
for all positions. Xlnt
benefits pckg. For more
info visit our website at
www.capslo.org. Submit
applications & transcripts
to: CAPSLO, 1030 South-
wood Dr., SLO, CA 93401
(805)544-4355
EOE/ V/ ADA/ Drug Free
Workplace/ Asset Infused
Organization
VCS264276
CHEMIST
Amgen Inc. has an open-
ing for Research Asso-
ciate. Reqs: BS & 6
months exp; & course-
work and/or exp w/ physi-
cal & chem properties of
drug molecules & meth-
ods of characterization;
Formulation dev’t of drug
product; Experiment us-
ing pharm research
equip; Pilot scale drug
product processes (such
as wet & dry granulation,
direct compression, tab-
let press/coating, capsule
filling, milling, sieving,
mixing, & fluid bed dry-
ing tech); Physical
Chem, Solids, Powder
Tech, Pharmacokinetics,
Formulation & Process
Dev’t; HPLC, & spectro-
scopic tech; & Pharma-
ceutical R&D. Job site:
Thousand Oaks, CA. Ref-
erence # 7KW9D & sub-
mit resume to Global
Mobility, Amgen Inc.,
One Amgen Center Drive,
MS 19-1-A, Thousand
Oaks, CA 91320. No phone
calls or e-mails pls. Must
be legally authorized to
work in the U.S. w/o spon-
sorship. EOE. VCS260423
540
Help Wanted
Clerical
OCCUPANCY
SPECIALIST
$18.35/hr + xlnt benefits
10/40 schedule
FLUENT BI-LINGUAL
SPANISH REQUIRED
2+ yrs current clerical exp.
Caseload exp. preferred.
Must give presentations in
Spanish. Submit resume to
Area Housing Authority at:
humres@ahacv.org
or fax to 805.480.9951. See
Cal-Jobs CA11326917 EOE
VCS264234
CNC OPERATOR/
Basic Machine Set Up
Night shift, must have
HAAS exp. $12/hr. Fax re-
sume 805-384-2223 or email
sgaines222@aol.com
VCS264376
Computer
AMGEN INC. seeks a Sen-
ior IS Associate. Reqs.
Bachelor’s degree & 3 yrs
exp., and recent exp. with:
ASP.NET; Identifying &
implementing solutions for
business needs without cus-
tom code; Microsoft Win-
dows Server/IIS/AD stack;
Enterprise and Web tech-
nologies (HHTP, DNS,
LDAP, HTML, CSS and
JavaScript). Job Location:
Thousand Oaks, CA. Send
resume Ref. #6L7PDU to:
Global Mobility, Amgen,
Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, Mailstop 37-1-C
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320.
No phone calls or e-mails
please. Must be legally au-
thorized to work in the U.S.
without sponsorship. EOE.
VCS264117
COMPUTER
Bank of America has an op-
portunity for a Tech Pro-
ject Team Manager. Reqs:
Bachelor’s & 5 yrs exp; &
Bank of America has an op-
portunity for a Consultant –
Sys/Software QC. Reqs:
Master’s & 3 yrs exp; &
exp w/ QA testing; Track-
source, Rembrandt, LDS &
F1 applications, SQL &
Wintel; Excel, Mercury QC,
MS Project, Viper. Job
site: Simi Valley, CA.
Reference #7K3W3J & sub-
mit resume to Bank of
America, Attn:
NJ2-150-0419, 1500 Merrill
Lynch Dr, Pennington, NJ
08534. No phone calls or e-
mails. Must be legally au-
thorized to work in the U.S.
w/o sponsorship. EOE.
VCS261597
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through hundreds
of homes for sale
using local MLS.
Visit VCSHOMES.com
540
Help Wanted
Computer
Bank of America seeks a
Cnslt – Bus Tech Intg.
Reqs. Bachelor’s degree
& 5 yrs. exp. or Master’s
degree & 3 yrs. exp., and
experience with: SQL
Server; Mortgage Bank-
ing industry; Six Sigma
methodologies; DMAIC
project phases; Project
Mgmt Life Cycle; SDLC
methodology; Risk &
Compliance; Business
Analysis; Data Mapping
or Data Queries; Project
Mgmt. Job site: Simi Val-
ley, CA.
Applicants reference
#89598M & submit resume
to Bank of America,
Attn: NJ2-150-0419, 1500
Merrill Lynch Drive,
Pennington, NJ 08534. No
phone calls or emails
please. Must be legally
authorized to work in the
U.S. without sponsorship.
EOE. VCS262988
540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
Customer Service/Asst’s.
HELP WANTED
No Exp/ We Train
Must be over 18.
$1600/Mo to Start
(805) 529-1846
Customer service/sales
NEW YEAR,
NEW WORK
Short term/
Long term available
$16.00 BASE-APPT
No experience necessary,
training provided.
Conditions apply.
Call today 805-650-0025.
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DENTAL ORTHO RDA/DA
Welcome to our wonderful
world of creating smiles!
We have a great team. Join
us and make a difference.
Medical, pension. benefits.
Shima 805-485-5150 or Eileen
805-495-0449 VCS264421
540
Help Wanted
Hauling
ALL HAUL
WE DO IT ALL!
Same Day Service
•Concrete & Demolition
•Weed Abatement
•Real Estate Clean up
•Appliances & Garage
•Construction • Handyman
• Yard Clean-up
•$2M Ins Umbrella
805-643-HAUL
(4285)
lic #084142 VCS263485
ALL HAUL
WE DO IT ALL!
Same Day Service
•Concrete & Demolition
•Weed Abatement
•Real Estate Clean up
•Appliances & Garage
•Construction • Handyman
• Yard Clean-up
•$2M Ins Umbrella
805-643-HAUL
(4285)
lic #084142 VCS260907
AL’S
HAULING!
7 Days-Free Estimates
(805) 485-9334
Tree/HedgeTrim/Chain Saw
Yard rototilling
Garage Cleanups
Appliance Removal
Will Haul Big or Small
Lic. 94-06169 VCS264718
CJ
HAULING
Real Estate Clean
up Jacuzzi Removal
Yard & Garage
Clean up. Concrete,
Demolition, Debris
and More!
805-252-3836
Free Estimate Anytime
VCS263123
Eddie’s Hauling
& Gardening Svc
Garage & Yard Cleanups,
Dirt & Concrete Removal,
Tree Trimming/Removal
Spa Removal. Senior
Discounts Free Estimates
805-758-8920
VCS263606 VCS264395
Tito’s Hauling
& Fences
LANDSCAPING
GREAT PRICES!
• Any Demolition
• Garage/Yard Clean Ups
• Concrete Work
• Wood Fences
• Tree Removal
• New Lawn Sprinklers
SENIOR DISCOUNTS
Cell
(805)890-3239
VCS263191
Will Haul You Call
Best Price In Town.
Take pride in being clean cut
& honest. No job too small.
We also do Demolition &
weed abatement. We haul
it all give us a call!
805-207-0301
lic#817361 VCS263356
House Cleaning
Carmen
Housecleaning
26 yr exp., Great References
Move-in, Move-out, Weekly-
Bi-Weekly, One time,
Monthly, Free Estimates
Call Carmen Mora
805-278-9322
VCS264162 VCS264162
HOUSECLEANING over 20
years exp. Excellent, fast
efficient & thorough work
at modest prices, and...
“I DO WINDOWS”
and gutters. I also love
to care for the elderly.
Have xlnt references. Call
805-201-8585 VCS262288
MISTY MAIDS
Maid to order. 18 years exp
w/ref’s. Thorough, complete
cleaning one time, weekly or
monthly. Spring cleaning,
deep cleaning, window
cleaning.Organizing, errand
running. FREE Estimates!
New Years & Early Bird
Special! (805)248-8330
VCS262880
PROFESSIONAL
COMPLETE CLEAN
HouseAptBuilding
JanitorialConstruction
Move in/Move out. Weekly/
Bi-weekly One time/monthly
•Carpet-Truck Mounted
•Windows/Wall Wash
•Floor Strip & Wax
•Kitchen/Bathroom
987-3071
Service local since 1986
Lee’s Maintenance Co
VCS263079
Landscaping
JOSE’S
LANDSCAPE
& Tree Service
•New Lawns•New Sprinkler
Systems All Repairs
• Synthetic Grass Install.
Concrete & Masonry Work
Clean-ups• Weed Abatement
• All Your Landscape Needs
Free Est. / Senior Discounts
(805)443-3817
(805)483-5699
Lic#798198 VCS263196
Find new&used cars.
Dependable Landscape By
Juan Jimenez
• Specializing in Pavers
Installation • New Sod,
Sprinkler • Flagstone Paths
& Patio’s • Garden Walls
• Concrete, Masonry Work
FREE ESTIMATES
(805)320-5498
State Lic# 886674
VCS258021 VCS261877
MONTESINOS CONCRETE
& LANDSCAPE
WHO SAID YOU CAN’T DO
CONCRETE &
LANDSCAPE YOUR HOUSE
IN THIS ECONOMY!
CALL US TODAY
805-797-6090
FOR DETAILS AND A
FREE QUOTE
PLAIN CONCRETE $5.50/sf
(500sf min)
STAMP CONCRETE $7/sf
(500sf min) VCS261892
Landscaping
TOMMY’S
LANDSCAPE LLC
FULL SERVICE
Landscape & Hardscape
Tree Pruning & Removal
805-482-0033
State Lic# 625916 VCS264232
Moving
ADVANCED
MOVING
We Make Moving “Easy”
Locally Owned
No Job Too Big or Small
*Free Boxes*
805-584-2007
Cal T#182606 VCS263884
Paint Contractor
AAA Pacific Coast
Construction
Paint & Drywall Specialist
• Patch/Repair •Acoustic
Removal •Retexture •Int/Ext
Painting •Ind/Res/Comml
•Fast Reliable•Handyman
805-443-4608
LIC#579047 VCS262141
PAINTING
C & R WEST COAST
SERVICES
Comm’l & Residential
Interior & Exterior
Free Estimates!
Quality @ Reasonable Rates
805-647-4900
Insured/Lic635809 VCS263915
Painting
Painter Plus
Handyman
High quality work at a fair
price. We take pride in our
prep work. Will beat
any written quote.
805-493-8300
Lic#887539 VCS263540
QUALITY
CUSTOM
PAINTING
• Color Consulting
• Excellent Reference’s
• Senior Discounts
qualitycustompainting.com
Call Bill Today
Free Estimates
805-701-7654
Lic#B670961 VCS263983
Plumbing
ACROWN
PLUMBING
Drain Clean/Repair. Leak
Repair. Fixture Install.
Hydro-Jetting. Plumbing
Remodels.Repipes. New
Construction. 24 hrs/7 days
805-526-4125
Lic #921281 VCS263050
Roofing
Affordable
Roofing
New
Installations
& Repairs
All Types
Rain gutter
Cleaning
805-681-0744
VCS262315
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.
VCS263167
Ricco Roofing Co, Inc.DBA
Fast & Dependable
Quality Work
(805)487-8189
www.ericksonsroofing.com
Free Estimates.Insured
Lic #734346 VCS261930
Tree Services
AFFORDABLE
TREE SERVICE
•Trimming•Removal
•Stumps •Firewood
Free Estimates, Payment
Options Avail. 20 Yrs Exp.
24 Hr Emergency Svc
805-532-1710
licd & insured VCS263426
AFFORDABLE
TREE SERVICE
•Trimming•Removal
•Stumps •Firewood
Free Estimates, Payment
Options Avail. 20 Yrs Exp.
24 Hr Emergency Svc
805-532-1710
licd & insured VCS258883
VCS261062
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
Local online classifeds.
vcstar.com/ads
LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
• Expert Trimming
• Stump Grinding
• Yuccas & Shrubs
• Free Estimates
JOHN APPEL
(805)649-4759
VCS264648
Mac’s Tree Service
All phases of Trimming:
Tree & Stump Removal
Call Frank Macarone
ISA Member, Western Chptr
Owner Operated
FREE Estimates • Insured
805-649-2782 or 805-302-0463
Lic#809115 VCS263907
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales
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Assistant
Executive Assistant to the
Vice President/Provost
Executive Assistant to the Vice President/Provost
Pacifica Graduate Institute, an accredited graduate col-
lege offering Psychology and Mythological Study degrees
in the tradition of depth psychology, is currently seeking
an Executive Assistant to the Vice President/Provost.
Responsibilities: receive and screen visitors/phone calls:
draft, edit, and proof letters, statements, narrative and
statistical reports, minutes, agendas, & other documents;
coordinate appts and meeting schedules, and assure that
complete information is available for all matters; arrange,
participate in, implement, as directed, conferences and
committee meetings; establish and maintain filing systems
and records; maintain control files for matters in progress
and follow up to ensure that actions are completed; inde-
pendently prepare correspondence and recurring reports
for supervisor’s signature; coordinate some office func-
tions with other departments; handle all mail; oversee
planning and coordination of special events; edit and proof-
read other departmental information; conduct on line, li-
brary or telephone research; interpret and implement
policies and procedures as established by superiors; record
and file notes from the Circle of Chairs; Faculty Review;
Curriculum; and others committees as assigned; financial
oversight; edit and lay out the Academic Newsletter; work
with EVP in soliciting and evaluating copy; assist the Di-
rector of Academic Affairs as time permits.
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with 3-5 years of execu-
tive assistance exp; proficient in MS Office (including
Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Excel) with both PC and
Mac; internet research and desktop publishing skills; able
to interface with other departments, outside agencies and
personality types; perform duties with professional discre-
tion and decorum, and the ability to maintain appropriate
confidentiality; be well organized with attention to detail;
able to understand priorities and communicate them to
others; excellent composition and editing skills; exception-
al interpersonal communication and problem solving
skills; able to accurately take direction and perform com-
plex keyboard duties; flexible; able to multi-task; meet
deadlines and work independently. Good sense of perspec-
tive and humor preferred.
Send cover letter, resume with salary history and three
professional refernces to:
Pacifica Graduate Institute
Office of Human Resources
249 Lambert Road
Carpinteria, CA 93013
hr@pacifica.edu
EOE (805)565-8983 hr@pacifica.edu VCS264287
540
Help Wanted
Dietitian
REGISTERED DIETITIAN
Responsible for assessing
the nutritional needs and
for planning, implementing,
and evaluating the medical
nutritional therapy provid-
ed for both the acute hospi-
talized patient and
residents in the Continuing
Care Center.
Registered Dietician,
Bachelor’s Degree in Nutri-
tion or Dietetics Required.
Registered by the Ameri-
can Dietetic Association
(ADA). One year experi-
ence in clinical nutrition
preferred.
On-Call Positions Available
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Em-
ployer:
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS264300
Dietitian
REGISTERED DIETITIAN
Responsible for assessing
the nutritional needs and
for planning, implementing,
and evaluating the medical
nutritional therapy provid-
ed for both the acute hospi-
talized patient and
residents in the Continuing
Care Center.
Registered Dietician,
Bachelor’s Degree in Nutri-
tion or Dietetics Required.
Registered by the Ameri-
can Dietetic Association
(ADA). One year experi-
ence in clinical nutrition
preferred.
On-Call Positions Available
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Em-
ployer:
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS263639
Find
cycles, boats
andRVs.
540
Help Wanted
Director
DIRECTOR OF FOOD &
NUTRITION SERVICES
Registered Dietitian or
Bachelors of Science in
Food Services Technolo-
gy/Management required.
Must meet CMS and/or
state regulations regarding
educational qualifications
for Food Service Director
ie: Certified Dietary Man-
ager. Experience in skilled
nursing preferred.
One Full-Time Position
Available
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
CMHS is an EOE/AA Em-
ployer
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS263640
DRIVER
Isuzu stakebed, manual
trans. Clean DMV, Respon-
sible & reliable.
Apply in person at
4747 McGrath, Ventura
VCS264822
Education
Oak Park Unified
Classified Job Openings
Instructional Assistant I
Computer Lab
Red Oak Elementary
School Session
6.5 hrs a week
10 sessions
$20.00 per session
Application closing 1/24/11
Applications available at:
www.oakparkusd.org
or 818-735-3220
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540
Help Wanted
540
Help Wanted
Educator
MCH CLINICAL EDUCA-
TOR Duties: Identifies,
supports, and provides con-
tinuing education to hospi-
tal staff and clinicians to
maintain proficiency in the
management and education
of patients. Assists other
staff in the development
and implementation of poli-
cies, procedures, Standards
of Care, forms, and other
inpatient services. Assess-
es, develops, plans, imple-
ments, and evaluates
instructional materials and
educational and clinical
programs to meet the
learning needs of direct
care staff including orienta-
tion, clinical teaching, skills
labs and in-servicing. Pro-
vides hands-on clinical or-
ientation and instruction to
licensed and unlicensed
personnel. Develops and
conducts training pro-
grams, work assessments
and has knowledge of learn-
ing principles and training
techniques. Is knowl-
edgeable regarding
state/federal requirements
for accreditation and com-
pliance. Works with the
MCH Informatics Coordina-
tor to implement TraceVue
system changes to conform
to regulations and stan-
dards. Assists in the ongo-
ing maintenance of the on-
line documentation environ-
ment.
Requirements: BSN, cur-
rent unrestricted CA RN li-
cense. Three (3) to five
(5) years Labor Delivery
experience, NRP. Good in-
terpersonal skills and the
ability to communicate ef-
fectively orally and in writ-
ing. MSN or Master Degree
in education or healthcare,
Pediatric experience,
teaching experience and
ACLS is preferred.
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.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261693
540
Help Wanted
Educator
MCH CLINICAL EDUCA-
TOR Duties: Identifies,
supports, and provides con-
tinuing education to hospi-
tal staff and clinicians to
maintain proficiency in the
management and education
of patients. Assists other
staff in the development
and implementation of poli-
cies, procedures, Standards
of Care, forms, and other
inpatient services. Assess-
es, develops, plans, imple-
ments, and evaluates
instructional materials and
educational and clinical
programs to meet the
learning needs of direct
care staff including orienta-
tion, clinical teaching, skills
labs and in-servicing. Pro-
vides hands-on clinical or-
ientation and instruction to
licensed and unlicensed
personnel. Develops and
conducts training pro-
grams, work assessments
and has knowledge of learn-
ing principles and training
techniques. Is knowl-
edgeable regarding
state/federal requirements
for accreditation and com-
pliance. Works with the
MCH Informatics Coordina-
tor to implement TraceVue
system changes to conform
to regulations and stan-
dards. Assists in the ongo-
ing maintenance of the on-
line documentation environ-
ment.
Requirements: BSN, cur-
rent unrestricted CA RN li-
cense. Three (3) to five
(5) years Labor Delivery
experience, NRP. Good in-
terpersonal skills and the
ability to communicate ef-
fectively orally and in writ-
ing. MSN or Master Degree
in education or healthcare,
Pediatric experience,
teaching experience and
ACLS is preferred.
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.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS262585
Engineering
Amgen Inc. has an opportu-
nity for a Sr. Project Man-
ager, P&PE Global
Business Ops. Reqs:
Master’s & 3 yrs exp, or
Bachelor’s & 5 yrs exp; &
exp with process improve-
ment; project manage-
ment; and pharma/biotech
industry. Job site: Thou-
sand Oaks, CA. Reference
# 84D3TX & submit resume
to Global Mobility, Amgen
Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, MS 37-1-C, Thousand
Oaks, CA 91320. No phone
calls or e-mails please.
Must be legally authorized
to work in the U.S. without
sponsorship. EOE.
VCS263610
Engineering Manager
nanoPrecision Products,
Inc. seeks an Engr. Mgr to
lead/ direct the Mechanical
Dept. Must have Ph.D. in
Mechanical Engineering &
2yr exp w/ knowledge or
exp in using FEA program.
(ANSYS & Abaqus). Send
resume to job location at
802 Calle Plano, Camarillo,
CA 93012. VCS263505
540
Help Wanted
FINANCIAL
CONTROLLER
(Oxnard) Manage & di-
rect org.’s fin’l controls,
reporting functions &
acctg activities. Bach’s in
Acctg, Finance &/or Ec-
on. +5 yrs progressive
exp. managing acctg ac-
tivities for multinat’l org.
Must be CPA or char-
tered accountant or
equiv.. Must have knowl
of GAAP & IFRS + exp
w/ file interrogation
s/ware & Vantage or Epi-
cor Accounting packages.
Send resume & letter to
Bret Clemons, John
Hinde USA, Inc., 431 S.
Lombard St, Oxnard, CA
93030. VCS261261
FABRIC CUTTER
Commercial Furniture
Mfg has a F/T Position;
2yrs exp cutting fabric
and understanding pat-
terns. Salary DOE, Good
Benefit Pkg. Please ap-
ply at 361 N Bernoulli Cir,
Ox. 93030 and ask for Eli-
as or email Elias at
eliasf@erg
international.com
(no phone calls)
VCS264434
Hair Salon
Great Clips is coming!
Accepting app. for new
location in Moorpark.
LICENSED HAIR STY-
LISTS, RECEPTIONISTS,
MASCOTS & ASST. MAN-
AGERS. Competitive pay.
Call: Justin today
310.614.9855 or e-mail:
justindsmith12@gmail.com
VCS264193
Find a home.
Find a home.
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Healthcare
Hospitalist
Sound Inpatient Physicians
Medical Group Inc. Provide
inpatient care at 2 hospi-
tals, Ventura & Thousand
Oaks, CA. Must be
available to work different
shifts: 7:00am - 7:00pm or
7:00pm -7:00am. BC/BE in
Internal Med or Family
Med. Send CV - Attn: Kris-
ta Adams, Recruitment
Manager, Fax # 253-682-1714
or email to:
hospitalists@
soundphysicians.com
VCS263653
Healthcare
www.livingstonvna.org
• RN, FT, Oxnard,
bilingual
• LVN per diem, Hospice
• Physical Therapist
• Occupational Therapist
Call Eli 805-642-0239
Fax resume: 805-650-1536
1996 Eastman Ave #101
Ventura, CA 93003
VCS264348
540
Help Wanted
Hospital
DIRECTOR
OF NURSING
for 30 bed Psych Hospital
for Eating Disorders.
R.N. req’d. Admin exp.
req’d N.P. License a +.
List all degrees. Oxnard.
Fax (818) 880-3750
Rader@
RaderPrograms.com
VCS263116
INDUSTRIAL PROCESS
SPECIALIST. SolarWorld
Industries America LP,
Camarillo, California. De-
velop, implement, maintain
and improve solar photo-
voltaic module manufactur-
ing processes. Provide
process engineering sup-
port to the automated/ro-
botic stringing/soldering,
lamination, framing and
testing, of final module as-
sembly lines. All appli-
cants for this position must
apply online with
SolarWorld Industries
America LP at
www.solarworld-usa.com/careers
for Job ID: 2010-2561
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portunity for a Sr Assoc IS
Bus Sys Analyst. Reqs:
Master’s & 6 months exp; &
exp w/ SAS technologies
incl SAS Macros, SAS Data
Integration Studio & SAS
Enterprise Guide; Bio-
tech/Pharma industries
data (esp pharma sales da-
ta); Tech components of BI
solutions including data
modeling, ETL, Data
Quality, Reporting and
Analysis; Understanding of
database systems; Ability
to write SQL queries. Job
site: Thousand Oaks, CA.
Reference # 7LCTT4 & sub-
mit resume to Global Mo-
bility, Amgen Inc., One
Amgen Center Drive, MS
19-1-A, Thousand Oaks, CA
91320. No phone calls or e-
mails please. Must be le-
gally authorized to work in
the U.S. without sponsor-
ship. EOE. VCS259867
LABORER/
CUSTODIAN I OR II
City of Moorpark
PT; $8.75-$14.31 p/hr; 5-19
hours/wk; a completed City
of Moorpark employment
application must be re-
ceived by 5:00 pm on 1/28/11
in the HR Division, 799
Moorpark Ave, Moorpark,
CA 93021, (805) 517-6238.
(postmark/fax/email not ac-
cepted in lieu of original
documents by closing date).
See City web-site for de-
tails:
www.ci.moorpark.ca.us
VCS264351
LEGAL ASSISTANT
For small WLV law firm
specializing in federal
employee representation.
Salary + benefits. Please
reply by fax 805-496-6368 or
email: sbrownesq@federal-
law.com VCS264474
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Help Wanted
MECHANICAL &
PLUMBING TECHNICIAN
Houweling Nurseries Ox-
nard, CA Mechanical &
Plumbing, Electrical- basic
skills, able to use volt me-
ter, check currents and
troubleshoot, Good Comput-
er Skills, Microsoft Word,
Excel and e-mail, Articu-
late, Must be fluent in Eng-
lish, High level of
responsibility, Must be
able to work on weekends
and be on call when req’d
Full-Time Xlnt salary &
benes. Email to:
Linda.tafolla@
houwelings.com
VCS262565
Mechanic
Experienced
Forklift Mechanic
Oxnard
Madland Toyota-Lift, Inc.
Top pay, xlnt benefits and
company vehicle. must
have good character, good
work ethic and good DMV
record. Email or fax
resume 805-485-7771.
kbarrett@madlandtoyota.com
VCS263715
Medical
MED3OOO is a national
healthcare management
and information technolo-
gy company focused on
advancing the perfor-
mance of medical prac-
tices and provider
networks. Currently
MED3OOO is recruiting
for:
CERTIFIED
MEDICAL
CODER
Certified medical coder
needed for our Oxnard lo-
cation. Responsibilities
include performing audits
and supporting physi-
cians and their office
staff in improving coding
practices. Local travel
required. ART, RRA or
CCS certification re-
quired, as well as 3-5
years of medical inpa-
tient or outpatient coding
experience.
MED3OOO offers a com-
petitive compensation
and benefits package. To
apply for any of the posi-
tion listed, please fax re-
sumes to 805-278-6808.
VCS264357
MUSIC BUSINESS
ANALYST
Analyze music production
industry & trends & inform
management. Prepare cost,
time management & alt.
Business solutions propo-
sals. Rec business develop-
ment strategies. Maintain
records of business proce-
dures & improvements.
Eval existing business pro-
tocols & educate staff on
changes. Req; Master in
Music or Business Adminis-
tration, with course work
related to the Music Indus-
try. 40 hr/wk. Job/Interview
Site: Simi Valley, CA E-
mail resume to Big Brother
Studios, LLC at
wayne@dpaci.com
VCS264373
540
Help Wanted
Nursing
LVN
To administer Hepatitis B
vaccinations & blood testing
for healthcare workers, 2-3
days per month. Must have
xlnt phlebotomy skills & en-
joy driving. Hrly & mileage
Call 800-635-2385 ext 104
VCS264335
Nursing
REGISTERED NURSE -
INTENSIVE CARE UNIT -
OVCH Must have current
CA RN License; Current
CPR, ACLS.
One Full-Time Position
Available (72 hrs a pay pe-
riod) Night Shift (7:00pm -
7:00am)
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS263648
Nursing
REGISTERED NURSE -
INTENSIVE CARE UNIT -
OVCH Must have current
CA RN License; Current
CPR, ACLS.
One Full-Time Position
Available (72 hrs a pay pe-
riod) Night Shift (7:00pm -
7:00am)
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
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Help Wanted
Nursing
RN II - Pre-Op/PACU
(2 positions available)
Duties: Provides pre and
post-operative nursing care
to patients having inpatient
and outpatient surgical ser-
vices in the hospital and
Same Day Surgery.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associate’s degree
(ADN) or equivalent from
two-year college or diploma
school. Pre-op and PACU
experience preferred.
Minimum of one (1) year
recent med-surg acute care
nursing required.
Licenses and Certifications:
Current CA RN License -
Current BLS, ACLS and
PALS certifications are re-
quired.
Community Memorial Hos-
pital offers excellent bene-
fits, such as Medical,
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS259898 VCS261698
RN IV CHARGE NURSE,
ICU/CCU Duties: Provides
critical care nursing to the
patients in the ICU/CCU,
oversees shift operations,
and participates in leader-
ship activities. Assumes
role in directing shift opera-
tions as appropriate to li-
cense and practice.
Participates in various as-
pects of leadership role.
Participates in departmen-
tal and hospital-wide Per-
formance Improvement
projects. Acts as a resource
to staff.
Requirements: Must have
current California RN li-
cense. Must have current
ACLS and BLS certifica-
tion.
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 join-
ing teams that provides
quality care and compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what it’s like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261056
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540
Help Wanted
RN IV CHARGE NURSE,
ICU/CCU Duties: Provides
critical care nursing to the
patients in the ICU/CCU,
oversees shift operations,
and participates in leader-
ship activities. Assumes
role in directing shift opera-
tions as appropriate to li-
cense and practice.
Participates in various as-
pects of leadership role.
Participates in departmen-
tal and hospital-wide Per-
formance Improvement
projects. Acts as a resource
to staff.
Requirements: Must have
current California RN li-
cense. Must have current
ACLS and BLS certifica-
tion.
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 join-
ing teams that provides
quality care and compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what it’s like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS263647
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anexpert
about automaintenance
or tires.
Occupational Therapist
STAFF OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPIST
Duties: Provides evalua-
tion and treatment to a va-
riety of in and outpatient
diagnoses. Performs initial
and on-going assessment
according to department
policy and scope of prac-
tice. Documents the treat-
ment and relevant
information according to
organizational policy and
regulatory status.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Current licensed
Occupational Therapist in
the State of California. One
(1) to two (2) years acute
care experience is pre-
ferred. Professional experi-
ence and/or training in both
inpatient and outpatient
areas preferred, including
pre-graduate clinical intern-
ships. Current CPR certifi-
cation is required.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System. go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS264302
540
Help Wanted
Occupational Therapist
STAFF OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPIST
Duties: Provides evalua-
tion and treatment to a va-
riety of in and outpatient
diagnoses. Performs initial
and on-going assessment
according to department
policy and scope of prac-
tice. Documents the treat-
ment and relevant
information according to
organizational policy and
regulatory status.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Current licensed
Occupational Therapist in
the State of California. One
(1) to two (2) years acute
care experience is pre-
ferred. Professional experi-
ence and/or training in both
inpatient and outpatient
areas preferred, including
pre-graduate clinical intern-
ships. Current CPR certifi-
cation is required.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System. go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS262589
PART TIME
OFFICE ADMIN
Energetic individual for
T.O. chiropractic clinic.
Prefer 7 legs, 4 arms and
the ability to do 10 things at
once. Office hours Wed 1-5,
Thu 8-12. Fax resume
805-375-4767 VCS264626
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OFFICE CLERK: Do basic
bookkeeping; communicate
information/address com-
plaints with customers/em-
ployees; answer phone
calls; mail/sort/route mail;
maintain and review office
file; No exp req.; F/T;
Job site: Ojai, CA. Mail ad
& resume to: Robert Calder
Davis, Jr. at Robert Calder
Davis, Jr., 1380 Gridley Rd,
Ojai, CA 93023. VCS262876
540
Help Wanted
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Physical Therapist
STAFF PHYSICAL
THERAPIST - PER DIEM
Duties:
•Provides evaluation and
treatment to a variety of
complex inpatient and out-
patient diagnoses.
•Supervises daily profes-
sional patient related ac-
tivities of physical therapy
assistant and physical
therapy aide.
•Communicates physical
therapy goals and patient
information to physicians,
other hospital staff, and
agents of reimbursement.
•Documents in a timely
manner appropriate patient
status and goals.
•Follows policies for de-
partmental and hospital
performance improvement
projects.
•Attends meetings and per-
forms special projects as
required.
Requirements:
•Must be a licensed Physi-
cal Therapist by the State
of California.
•1-2 years experience in
acute care is preferred.
•Must have current CPR
certification
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System. go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS264333
Part Time
CITY OF
PORT HUENEME
Police Communications
Officer/Part Time
Salary: $18.08 - $23.51/hr.
(16-20 hours per week),
High volume emergency
calls, 30 wpm. Inquire:
www.ci.port-hueneme.ca.us
by 01/28 VCS264242
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Help Wanted
Pharmacist
OPERATIONS
MANAGER/PHARMACIST
IN CHARGE
Works in concert with the
pharmacy management
team supporting the safe,
efficient provision of phar-
macy services. Coordinate
the daily pharmacy opera-
tion and maintain regulato-
ry compliance. Supervisory
responsibility of Pharma-
cists, Pharmacy Interns,
Pharmacy Technicians, and
Pharmacy Clerks
•Writing Pharmacist sched-
ule
•Supervise, monitor and ad-
just daily work flow
•Organize the department
to comply with professional
standards and regulations
•Conduct monthly pharma-
cist meetings
•Audit and report work load
statistics
•Develop pharmacist skills
through in-services and
educational programs
•Participate in the hospital
wide PI process
•Oversight of the Outpa-
tient Pharmacy Services in-
cluding regulatory
guidelines
•Participate in yearly em-
ployee evaluations
•Communicate regularly
through the chain of com-
mand
•Oversee pharmacy intern
program
•Compile attendance re-
ports
Must have current CA
Pharmacist license; Mas-
ter’s degree (M.A.) or
equivalent; or four to ten
years related experience
and/or training; or equiva-
lent combination of educa-
tion and experience.
Pharmacy degree
One Full-Time Position
Available
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
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540
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OPERATIONS
MANAGER/PHARMACIST
IN CHARGE
Works in concert with the
pharmacy management
team supporting the safe,
efficient provision of phar-
macy services. Coordinate
the daily pharmacy opera-
tion and maintain regulato-
ry compliance. Supervisory
responsibility of Pharma-
cists, Pharmacy Interns,
Pharmacy Technicians, and
Pharmacy Clerks
•Writing Pharmacist sched-
ule
•Supervise, monitor and ad-
just daily work flow
•Organize the department
to comply with professional
standards and regulations
•Conduct monthly pharma-
cist meetings
•Audit and report work load
statistics
•Develop pharmacist skills
through in-services and
educational programs
•Participate in the hospital
wide PI process
•Oversight of the Outpa-
tient Pharmacy Services in-
cluding regulatory
guidelines
•Participate in yearly em-
ployee evaluations
•Communicate regularly
through the chain of com-
mand
•Oversee pharmacy intern
program
•Compile attendance re-
ports
Must have current CA
Pharmacist license; Mas-
ter’s degree (M.A.) or
equivalent; or four to ten
years related experience
and/or training; or equiva-
lent combination of educa-
tion and experience.
Pharmacy degree
One Full-Time Position
Available
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS263636
PRECISION ENGINEER
Develop Micro-EDM sys-
tem, mail to job site:
802 Calle Plano, Camarillo,
CA 93012, Nanoprecision
Products Inc, Attn:
Stop-121, No calls.
VCS263161
Pressman
MASTER PRESSMAN: Set
up & operate flexo printing
press. Read job order,
mount rubber plate/print-
ing, install cylinder & se-
cure assembly. Move
levers. Start press & adjust
speed/tension/alignment.
Mix inks to produce desired
colors. Job Site: Ventura,
CA. Mail resume to:
J. Avila, Edwards Label,
2277 W. Knoll Dr., Ventura,
CA 93003 VCS261117
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Help Wanted
Project Manager
Envicom Corporation
(Agoura Hills) is seeking
project managers with 5+
years of experience in the
preparation/ management
of CEQA/ NEPA documen-
tation. Position requires
excellent analytic, written
communication and or-
ganizational skills. Salary
will be commensurate with
experience, with opportu-
nity for growth. Email your
resume to: jobs@envicom
corporation.com
VCS264817
P/T Activity Asst
Work w/Elderly
SNF. Fax resume to
805-498-5112. Exp pref’d.
Will consider training the
right person.
Mary Health of the Sick
805-498-3644
VCS263268
P/T Asst. Director & P/T
Rec Counselors (Oak Park)
$8.83–11.83/hr File by 1/7/11,
5pm. Rancho Simi Rec &
Park District. Details at
www.rsrpd.org VCS262736
RECEPTIONIST for chiro-
practic ofc in Oxnard. Exp
req’d, bilingual a +.
Hrly+bonus. Call
805-985-1276 VCS263925
Recreation Specialist F/T
($3,144-4,050/mo.) Resp. for
Recreation Programming -
Simi Valley, incl. special
events. See www.rsrpd.org
for details. Open until
filled; first review of apps
1/21/11. College degree & 2+
yrs. relevant exp. Rancho
Simi Recreation & Park
District. VCS264368
registered nurse
Emergency Room/House
Supervisor
Provide primary nursing
care Must have current CA
RN License; Minimum 3
years recent Emergency
Room Experience Current
Certifications: CPR, ACLS,
PALS. Preferred Certifica-
tions: TNCC (Trauma
Nurse Critical Care); Su-
pervisory experience a
plus.One Full-Time Position
Available (72 hrs a pay pe-
riod) Night Shift (7:00pm -
7:00am)
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261696
Yourkeyto
findingyour
nextcar.
540
Help Wanted
Registered Nurse
RN II - CATH LAB
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to patients in
the Cardiac Cath Lab by
performing the duties with-
in scope of license. Effec-
tively plans and
communicates patient and
family education. Partici-
pates in unit based educa-
tion activities. Accurately
and timely documentation
consistent with practice and
hospital policy.
Requirements: Associate’s
degree (ADN) required,
BSN preferred. Experi-
enced Cath Lab Nurse, able
to take call. Must have ex-
tensive critical care/cardi-
ology background. Current
CA RN License is required.
Must be flexible with work
schedule plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that provides
quality care and compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what it’s like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS264328
Registered Nurse
RN III - Cath Lab
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to patients in
the cardiovascular, electro-
physiology and interven-
tional radiology lab.
Explains procedures and
treatments to patients to
gain cooperation, under-
standing, and allay appre-
hension. Administers
prescribed medications and
treatments in accordance
with approved nursing tech-
niques. Prepares equipment
and aids physician during
treatment and examination
of patient. Maintains
awareness of comfort and
safety needs of patient.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associate’s Degree
(A.S.) required, BSN is pre-
ferred. One year of Cath
Lab experience is pre-
ferred, will consider exten-
sive critical care
background. Must have cur-
rent California RN License.
CPR and ACLS certifica-
tions are required.
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 join-
ing teams that provides
quality care and compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what it’s like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261702
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
540
Help Wanted
Registered Nurse
RN II -PACU/RECOVERY
Duties: Provides pre and
post-operative nursing care
to patients having inpatient
and outpatient surgical ser-
vices in the hospital and
Same Day Surgery.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associate’s degree
(ADN) or equivalent from
two-year college or diploma
school. Critical care/PACU
experience preferred.
Minimum of one (1) year
recent med-surg acute care
nursing required.
Licenses and Certifications:
Current CA RN License re-
quired. ACLS and PALS
certifications required with-
in 2 weeks of hire.
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 join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261692
Registered Nurse
RN II - Pediatrics
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to pediatric
patients (newborn to 18
years old) in the hospital.
Effectively plans and com-
municates patient and
family education. Partici-
pates in unit based educa-
tional activities. Explains
procedures and treatments
to patient to gain coopera-
tion, understanding, and al-
lay apprehension.
Administers prescribed
medications and treatments
in accordance with ap-
proved nursing techniques
Provides basic nursing care
and provides routine Pedi-
atric screening of diseases,
conditions, abuse/neglect
and exposure
Education and/or Experi-
ence: One (1) year RN
acute care experience is
preferred. Basic computer
skills are mandatory, expe-
rience with electronic docu-
mentation is helpful.
Licenses and Certifications:
Current unrestricted CA
RN License. Current CPR
and PALS certificate and
NRP (within 6 months of
hire) is required
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 join-
ing teams that provides
quality care and compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what it’s like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261690
Jewelry?
vcstar.com/ads
800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
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Find new&used cars.
540
Help Wanted
Registered Nurse
RN II - Pediatrics
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to pediatric
patients (newborn to 18
years old) in the hospital.
Effectively plans and com-
municates patient and
family education. Partici-
pates in unit based educa-
tional activities. Explains
procedures and treatments
to patient to gain coopera-
tion, understanding, and al-
lay apprehension.
Administers prescribed
medications and treatments
in accordance with ap-
proved nursing techniques
Provides basic nursing care
and provides routine Pedi-
atric screening of diseases,
conditions, abuse/neglect
and exposure
Education and/or Experi-
ence: One (1) year RN
acute care experience is
preferred. Basic computer
skills are mandatory, expe-
rience with electronic docu-
mentation is helpful.
Licenses and Certifications:
Current unrestricted CA
RN License. Current CPR
and PALS certificate and
NRP (within 6 months of
hire) is required
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 join-
ing teams that provides
quality care and compas-
sion to create an environ-
ment of excellence, please
take a moment to discover
more about what it’s like to
work at Community Memo-
rial Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS264308
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540
Help Wanted
Registered Nurse
RN II - Telemetry
2 full time positions avail.
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to patients in
hospital by performing the
following duties; effectively
plan and communicate pa-
tient and family education.
Participates in unit based
educational activities. Ac-
curate and timely documen-
tation consistent with
practice and hospital poli-
cy. Explains procedures
and treatments to patient to
gain cooperation, under-
standing, and allay appre-
hension.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associates degree
(A.S.) or equivalent from
two-year College or techni-
cal school; or one to two
years related experience
and/or training; or equiva-
lent combination of educa-
tion and experience.
Licenses and Certifications:
Current CA RN License and
Current BLS certification is
required (ACLS preferred).
CMHS offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261694
REGISTER NURSE
Provide direct and indirect
patient care in the acute in-
patient setting. Communi-
cate with physicians and
interdisciplinary patient
care team members about
changes in patient’s clinical
condition. Participates in
performance improvement
and CQI activities.
Must have current CA RN
license; 1 or more years re-
cent acute care hospital ex-
perience; BLS, ACLS &
PALS certified; Strong ver-
bal and written communi-
cation skills.
One Full-Time Day Position
Available (7:00am -
7:00pm)
Ojai Valley Community
Hospital offers excellent
benefits, such as Medical,
Dental, Vision, Life, and
AD&D insurance. We also
offer a comprehensive Re-
tirement plan, flexible
spending accounts, paid
time off, and a variety of
other great benefits
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS263638
540
Help Wanted
Full-Time
Station Operations
Specialist
(Goleta, CA)
Starting Salary: $32.32/Hr
Competitive Benefits
including Medical,
Dental, Vision & 401k
Qualified candidates
must have prior Petro-
chem and Operating ex-
perience including exp.
with power plants, cen-
tral plants (HVAC), in-
dustrial mfg or
equivalent military exp.
You must have a valid
California driver’s license
with an acceptable driv-
ing record. Candidates
must pre-qualifying test
and formal training for
the position. Position re-
quires rotating shifts.
To apply visit our web-
site: www.socalgas.com/
careers/jobList.html
We are proud to be an
Equal Opportunity
Employer
VCS264828
Sell
yourcar.
Createyour ownadonline
at VCSWHEELS.com
Buy it. Sell it. Find it.
vcstar.com/ads
Sales–Aflac A career with
Aflac puts you in control.
We give you the support
you need and the opportu-
nity to balance work and
family, with unlimited in-
come potential. See what
Aflac can do for you and
watch your career “take
flight.” Email resumes:
michelle_rodriguez@us.afla
c.com or fax: 805-751-0402
VCS264305
Sales
Are You A Hustler?
We are looking for loud &
confident phone hustlers! If
you have lots of energy &
sound confident on the
phone, come make some
$$$. Work Mon-Fri selling
industrial tools + supplies.
Exp isn’t a must, but we’re
not looking for wall flowers.
If you have the guts, call
Matt, 805-644-4833
VCS263185
SALES PERSON
Job offer for a sales person
in the electrical industry,
job site is the Ventura
County area. must be bilin-
gual english/spanish and
min 6 months exp in sales.
if you are interested please
call 323-563-1777 for more
information. VCS264099
Sporting
goods?
vcstar.com/ads
800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
540
Help Wanted
Access
stories and features
about new housing
communities.
Visit VCSHOMES.com

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Sales
SENIOR
ACCOUNT
EXECUTIVE
The Ventura County Star,
Ventura County’s leading
newspaper and web site,
has an opening on our Ad-
vertising team for an ag-
gressive salesperson to
advance the success of
our newspaper, niche
products, and web offer-
ings.
In today’s environment
action (not excuses) is
important, and at the
Star, our culture is about
getting it done. With a
rapidly growing audience
and market share, this is
a career defining oppor-
tunity for the right per-
son. Local news and
information, published
across a variety of plat-
forms, is our future!
Our Advertising team is
comprised of aggressive
hunters, vested in fur-
thering their own finan-
cial and personal success
through a commitment to
the growth and develop-
ment of local businesses.
We provide ongoing train-
ing, coaching and incen-
tives to get the job done.
Key responsibilities in-
clude:
•In person appointments,
with new prospects, com-
pleting needs assess-
ments - this is not a desk
job!
•Manage and grow an
overall book of business
•Creative out-of-the-box
mentality with a strong
entrepreneurial approach
•Demonstrated sales suc-
cess with another media,
industry or company
would be ideal, but is not
mandatory.
•Top-notch communica-
tion skills for both group
presentations and one-on-
one sales calls
•Proficient in Word, Ex-
cel and Powerpoint, and
demonstrated ability to
become proficient with
our Advertising CRM tool
and ad placement tool
We offer a competitive
compensation package in-
cluding base salary and a
commission incentive
program based on achiev-
ing monthly revenue
goals. Additional benefits
include Medical, Dental,
Vision and disability.
The Ventura County Star
is part of the E.W.
Scripps Company, a di-
verse 130-year-old media
enterprise with interests
in television stations,
newspapers, local news
and information web
sites, and licensing and
syndication.
Apply online at
http://scripps.
contacthr.com/17746817
VCS262517
540
Help Wanted
Statistician
AMGEN INC. has an oppor-
tunity for a Manager, Bio-
statistics. Reqs: PhD; or
Master’s & 3 yrs exp; &
coursework/exp with statis-
tical modeling & tech-
niques, statistical
programming, statistical
interface, linear models,
survival analysis, design &
analysis of clinical trials.
Job site: Thousand Oaks,
CA. Reference # 84AUVW
& submit resume to Global
Mobility, Amgen Inc., One
Amgen Center Drive, MS
37-1-C, Thousand Oaks, CA
91320. No phone calls or e-
mails please. Must be le-
gally authorized to work in
the U.S. without sponsor-
ship. EOE.
VCS262629
DRIVER
Truck Drivers
F/T Local Class A
XLNT career oppty at
growing terminal for exp’d
F/T LTL Class A Drivers
with Haz Mat endorsement
Local daily deliveries serv-
ing VTA, SBA, and SLO
counties. Competitive pay,
benefits and work environ-
ment. Send resume and &
current H6 to:
jobs@rpmcsi.com
Fax: 562-407-1281
EOE VCS263565
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loan calculator to project monthly
payments. Visit VCSHOMES.com
Healthcare
MANAGER,
CASE MANAGEMENT
Duties: Provides direct
management to the Case
Management department
by coordinating, directing,
and supervising both staff
and daily functions of the
department. Participates in
the development, review,
and revision of department
policies and procedures.
Actively involved in pro-
gram development and di-
rection. Ongoing staff
education and training Re-
sponsible for orientation
and training of new employ-
ees. Principally involved in
the recruitment, interview
and hiring process. Pro-
vides ongoing education
daily support and advocates
for case management staff.
Prepares performance
evaluations for staff in col-
laboration with the depart-
ment director. Directs and
participates in the develop-
ment and collection of P.I.
data. Oversight of utiliza-
tion management; Famil-
iarity with Medi- Cal TARS
and appeals process, Medi-
care rules, regulations, ap-
peal process and third
party payers. Acts as a li-
aison to medical staff. Col-
laborates with medical staff
on best practice, utilization
management and problem
resolution. Acts as a liai-
son with service providers,
community agencies and
other departments within
the organization - educates
these parties as to the role
and functions of case man-
agement staff. Ability to
work in a cooperative man-
ner with all members of the
healthcare team; demon-
strated by a responsiveness
to the needs of others; an
ability to create a positive
working environment; will-
ingness to provide support
and encouragement to co-
workers; and provide con-
structive criticism or sug-
gestions for improvement
when warranted.
Requirements: Bachelor’s
Degree (BSN) in Nursing
with three- to five-years’
medical/surgical experience
in a hospital setting and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Must be
knowledgeable of InterQual
criteria, Medicare, Medi-
Cal, OSHA, COBRA.
Utilization experience pre-
ferred.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS262582 VCS263645
Find new& used cars.
vcswheels.com
540
Help Wanted
Healthcare
MANAGER,
CASE MANAGEMENT
Duties: Provides direct
management to the Case
Management department
by coordinating, directing,
and supervising both staff
and daily functions of the
department. Participates in
the development, review,
and revision of department
policies and procedures.
Actively involved in pro-
gram development and di-
rection. Ongoing staff
education and training Re-
sponsible for orientation
and training of new employ-
ees. Principally involved in
the recruitment, interview
and hiring process. Pro-
vides ongoing education
daily support and advocates
for case management staff.
Prepares performance
evaluations for staff in col-
laboration with the depart-
ment director. Directs and
participates in the develop-
ment and collection of P.I.
data. Oversight of utiliza-
tion management; Famil-
iarity with Medi- Cal TARS
and appeals process, Medi-
care rules, regulations, ap-
peal process and third
party payers. Acts as a li-
aison to medical staff. Col-
laborates with medical staff
on best practice, utilization
management and problem
resolution. Acts as a liai-
son with service providers,
community agencies and
other departments within
the organization - educates
these parties as to the role
and functions of case man-
agement staff. Ability to
work in a cooperative man-
ner with all members of the
healthcare team; demon-
strated by a responsiveness
to the needs of others; an
ability to create a positive
working environment; will-
ingness to provide support
and encouragement to co-
workers; and provide con-
structive criticism or sug-
gestions for improvement
when warranted.
Requirements: Bachelor’s
Degree (BSN) in Nursing
with three- to five-years’
medical/surgical experience
in a hospital setting and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Must be
knowledgeable of InterQual
criteria, Medicare, Medi-
Cal, OSHA, COBRA.
Utilization experience pre-
ferred.
If you are interested in join-
ing teams that meld quality
care and compassion to
create an environment of
excellence, please take a
moment to discover more
about what it’s like to work
at Community Memorial
Health System.
To apply go to:
www.cmhshealth.org
CMHS is an EOE.
VCS261695
Warehouse
Inventory Specialist/
Warehouse Supervisor:
Camarillo, CA manufactur-
er. F/T. Duties incl:
shipping, receiving, inven-
tory control, packaging,
data entry. Reqd: heavy
lifting, prev warehouse exp,
ERP/MRP software exp.
Supervisory exp pref’d.
Send resume to:
ResumesHR001@gmail.com
VCS263736
Rentals
600-683
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
BELLA VISTA
CONDO’s
Active Adult
55+ Community
In fantastic location
On Tanager St, Vta
FOR LEASE:
• 2bed+2bath
$500 OFF 1st Months Rent!
Contact: Michele DiMauro
805.639.3214 or
805.766.0269
Please visit:
Promontorypointe.net
VCS263547
CAM 1+1 950sf unique
upstairs apt in the quiet
Heights area, approx 200
degree views+350ft
of deck, 10ft ceilings, f/p,
lndry access, driveway
prking $1600 Bkr Helen,
805-506-8523 VCS264795
CAM 2+1.5
Move In Special
1 MONTH FREE!
Lovely spacious townhome
Attached 2 car gar. Tennis,
Playground, pool & spa.
805-482-1682 VCS263193
CAMARILLO
NEW
YEARS
SALE
$499 Moves
You In*
We offer Spacious 1 & 2
bdrm apts and 2 bdrm
townhomes in a gorgeous
garden setting. Sparkling
pool/spa, Huge Lndry rms,
Abundant pkg. XLNT Loc.
PETS WELCOME
805-987-6146
Hacienda De Camarillo
831 Paseo Camarillo
Open 7 days
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VCS262873
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
CAM HEIGHTS 1+1 Duplex,
w/carport, $1050 Drive by:
632 Mesa Dr. Toni, Broker
805-984-3613 VCS262791
FILLMORE ADULT 55+
1br, a/c, all utils pd, except
elec. From $795.HUD/PET
OK. Call 805-642-9527 or
805-524-4124 VCS263954
FILLMORE
Park View Court
$100.00 OFF Of
Contract Rent Each
Month For
6 Months
Fabulous Affordable
Senior Living 55+Comm
Historic Downtown
Fillmore Magnificent
1 & 2 Bdrms with Private
Covered Patios, Free
Internet. Large community
room, group activities,
gazebo in garden.
Don’t Miss Out!
Offer Expires 1/31/11
CALL TODAY!
(805) 524-4700
Affordable Housing
*Income/Lease
Restrictions Apply
VCS263840
NEWBURY PARK
CASA OAKS APTS
Select Units,
1 & 2 Bedrooms
and Studios
Custom paint and
carpet, fireplaces,
balcony, pool,
laundry facility.
Dogs Welcome
Waived pet deposit.
$30 application fee.
2088 W Hillcrest Dr
888.201.4050
VCS264484
OAKVIEW COTTAGE 2+1
Newly remodeled, no pets,
nice yard. $1,200/mo+
$1,000/dep. Call anytime:
805-300-9666 VCS263438
OAK VIEW NICE STUDIO,
quiet area, $800/mo, utils
incl+$500 dep 805-455-7347
VCS264675

OXN North end 2+1 $1250+.
Spotless units including all
appliances, gar w/remote.
Gated. Some utils. N/S
N/P. No Sec 8. 805-452-1691
or 805-272-5235 VCS262088

OXN North end 2+1 $1195+.
Spotless units including all
appliances, gar w/remote.
Gated.Some utils.No Sec 8
N/S/P 805-452-1691 VCS264228
Find new&used cars.
OXNARD 1+1 Mandalay
Shores. Fireplace, Patio.
Surf and Sand, half block
from beach. Avail Now
805-644-4131 VCS262408
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
OXNARD
2+2 & 3+2
Townhouse
Apartments
$1250-$1600
Lovely, newly remodeled
townhome apts each
includes a huge balcony
and garage parking.
Great location near
shopping, beach,
college, CBC base.
We also feature:
Fitness Center,
Multiple Laundry Facilites
2 Sparkling Pools
and much more!
Come visit
and join our
awesome
community
805-488-3946
VCS263850
Buildacar.
Findusedcars.
Findadealer.
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
OXNARD
2+2 & 3+2
Townhouse
Apartments
$1250-$1600
Lovely, newly remodeled
townhome apts each
includes a huge balcony
and garage parking.
Great location near
shopping, beach,
college, CBC base.
We also feature:
Fitness Center,
Multiple Laundry Facilites
2 Sparkling Pools
and much more!
Come visit
and join our
awesome
community
805-488-3946
VCS261188
Access
stories and features about new housing
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609
Apartments
Unfurnished

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Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $850
1+1 $975
2+1 $1195
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool &
spa tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS262044
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
OXNARD
DEL CIERVO
APARTMENTS
Low Deposits
OAC
1 & 2 Bedrooms
*on availabilty
• Beautiful Grounds
• BBQ Area
• Pool and Jacuzzi
• Tennis Courts
• Close to Shopping
1905 N. H St.
805-981-4341
VCS264465
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Apartments
Unfurnished
OXNARD
DEL CIERVO
APARTMENTS
Low Deposits
OAC
1 & 2 Bedrooms
*on availabilty
• Beautiful Grounds
• BBQ Area
• Pool and Jacuzzi
• Tennis Courts
• Close to Shopping
1905 N. H St.
805-981-4341
VCS262160
OXNARD NORTH 1+1
upstairs, carport,
nr school & park $800.
$200 Bonus
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
VCS264316
OXN Mandalay Shores.
2bd+1ba, near beach.
patio, pet ok! $1,200/mo.
805-984-9932 VCS264482
OXN N. 1+1 $975, $600 sec.
Elma 805-604-9578
VCS263682
OXN N. 2+1.5 (1,200+ sqft),
clean, quiet, gar, balcony,
lndry, no pets. $1,225+dep.
1251 N. G St #103. VCS263135
OXN
Palm Circle Apartments
1/2 Off First Months Rent
1 & 2 Bedrooms
• Pool
• Onsite Laundry
• Carport
300 N. G. St. (805) 648-1851
VCS263586
OXN Shores Studio upstairs
$775. 1+1 $900 lovely land-
scaped ctyd, cover carport
lndry, beach 1 block! Toni,
Bkr 805-984-3613 VCS261861
PT HUE 1 Bedroom w/gar,
remodeled, wtr/trsh pd.
$795+dep. Coast Prop Mgmt
805-483-1178 VCS264346
PT HUE 1br apt, garage,
pool, most utils $845, 1ST
MONTH ONLY $645+$500
dep. No pets. 805-483-8301
or 805-488-2131 VCS262827
PT HUE BEAUTIFUL 1+1
All redone, upstairs, walk
to beach, nr base, carport,
lndry, trash/wtr paid $895
805-652-1050 VCS263382
PT HUE PVT, COZY 1 bed,
1 ba in quiet area. Close to
beach. All utils pd $1050+
$500dep. 805-889-4857
See pics @ vcstar.com
VCS263920
SIMI GATED COMMUNITY
3+2 & 2+2. Pool, spa, f/p, &
tennis court. Baywood Apts
805-581-9052 VCS264435
Stonepine Apts
Near 23 & 101, T.Oaks
805 497-3450
Move-In Specials
VCS264051
Find new&used cars.
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
THOUSAND OAKS
Brand New One
& Two Bed-
rooms
$1100-$1600.
Hardwood floors; granite
counter tops; applianc-
es; near 101 & 23 free-
ways. Multiple one and
two bedrooms available
1bdrms, 1full/1half baths,
$1,100.00/mo
(805)418-4735
VCS264685
T.O. 1 bedroom in very
quiet area, surrounded
by trees! Furn. Own
entrance, bath, kitchen,
laundry, private, utils,
cable. Includes all. N/S.
No illegal drugs. No pets
$1,200. 805-388-5027;
Cell 805-982-0899 VCS263293
T.O MOUNT CLEF APTS
Winter Specials!
1br from $1050. 2br from
$1350.Pool/Spa/Playpark.
www.mountclef.com
805-492-2022 VCS262294
T.O. QUIET LOCATION
• 2+1 - $1,320
• 2+2 - $1,395 & up
MOVE IN SPECIAL
No Dogs or Cats.
805-492-2113
VCS263918
T.O.
When Available
Spacious 1 & 2
Bedrooms
Pool, covered parking
& laundry room.
Easy Fwy Access.
Sorry, no pets
Mon-Sat 9am-5pm
or by appt
(805)495-5520
223 Erbes Rd #101
VENTURA
1br apt $950, 2br apt $1200
Near college. No smoke/pets.
805-890-2142 VCS262829
vcstar.com/
garagesales
Online
garagesalemap
everyFridayp.m.
Greatbuys
arecloserthan
youthink.
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VENTURA
• 2 bedrooms
• 3 bdrm twnhm
Washer Dryer,
Fireplace and
PET FRIENDLY!
675 Providence Ave
866-964-9019
OPEN DAILY
9am-6pm
VCS263991
VENTURA
Affordable & Available
1 Bedroom $855.
$500 OFF 1st Month Rent
Citrus Tree Apts.
805-647-0186 VCS264336
VENTURA EAST
CITRUS GLEN
A real sense of
HOME
GAS AND WATER PAID
805-647-6755
CALL WE ANSWER!
VCS264556
VENTURA KEYS 2+1.5
townhouse style apt w/fplc
& patio. Upstairs/down-
stairs. $1400. New win-
dows, paint, flooring, elec
& plumbing fixtures. No
pets, non smoking bldg.
310-740-7096 VCS264178
VENTURA STUDIO APT
Clean & quiet, glass stove,
nice fridge, no dogs.
$895/mo, incls all utils.
805-652-1123 VCS263691
onlineat...
Find
newcars,
usedcarsand
dealers.
VENTURA
Ventura Village
Green 3+1.5
Kid friendly, private patio,
no pets 3bdrms 1full/1half
baths $1,550.00/mo
(805)642-4500
VCS264646
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
Water+Trash PAID
1 & 2 Bdrms
Starting at $1200
Spacious Floorplans
W/D Hookups
Kitchen Appliances
Rec Room includes
• Pool Table
• Flatscreen TV
• Card Table
• WiFi
Heated Pool & Spa
Fitness Center
Cats Welcome
Close to Shopping
Located between
101/126 FWYS
Call us today
(866) 311-7888
or visit us at
cypresspointventura.com
*OAC VCS263493
Phase II
Now OPEN!
BRAND NEW
1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartment Homes
Starting at $1315
Washer/Dryer included
Walk-in Closets
Sparkling Pool
Refreshing Spa
Fitness Center
Internet Coffee Lounge
805-856-3456
ralstoncourtyards.com
VCS263490
VTA 1+1 $900/mo+$600/sec.
2+1 $1,200/mo+$600/sec.
Vance 805-641-1776
VCS263678
VTA 1+1 near hospital,
garage, quiet. $990. N/S/P
262 N. Dos Caminos.
805-648-3590 VCS263062
VTA 15 Palomares, upstairs
1+1. All Applcs+W & D.
S/T/W Paid. Direct TV.
$995 Month+$1000 Deposit
www.Heidiives.homelog.com
805-933-2121 VCS264380
VTA 1bd+1ba, $995 & Up.
Make your home with us
and Save Money! All utils
paid, indoor cat ok.
Buena Vista Apartments
805-653-0809 VCS263671
VTA 1br & 2br Apts
starting @$750 nr park/school
No pets 805-258-3203
VCS262985
VTA 2+1 234 N Dos Caminos
New carpet, floors & paint
Stove/Fridge/Wtr/Trash &
Gas $1,125 + Dep-OAC
No P/SM. Central Coast
389-6803 VCS263950
VTA 2+1 $995/month
Big rooms, large closets.
Water & trash paid
805-642-9660 VCS263283
VTA 2+1 Private Front Yd
$1200. Sparkling clean! Park-
ing, trash, laundry. Cat ok
112 Kellogg. 643-3419,
643-5834 VCS262361
VTA 2br 2ba x-Lg units w/all
appliances, close to shopping
$1295. Some units avail for
handicapped and/or seniors.
805-658-7453 VCS262953
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VTA 325 S. Evergreen 1BR
$900+$300sec incl trash/
wtr/lawn. Newly decorated.
N/S/P. Hap at 805-647-2774
805-688-7126 VCS264480
VTA
Del Norte Apartments
Move In Specials!
1 & 2 Bedrooms
• Beautiful Grounds
• Pool
• Onsite Laundry
• Cats Ok
10855-10880 Del Norte St
(805)659-2258
VCS264319
VTA E. 1+1 Clean, quiet,
upgraded from $865 & 2+1
$1085 No smoke. Cat ok
805-647-8411 VCS264526
VTA E. 1+1 Clean, quiet,
upgraded from $865 & 2+1
$1085 No smoke. Cat ok
805-647-8411 VCS262165
VTA E. 2+2 New, upscale
duplex. Granite counters &
islands in kitchen. All
stainless fridge, stove,
dshwshr, micro. Gas f/p,
att’d lg 2 car gar, w/d
hkups, tile & wood laminate
flrs. Near 126 fwy & Gov
Ctr. W/T/grdnr pd. Patio
$1,620; garden $1,640+dep
805-241-8212 VCS264263
VTA LARGE 2+1 upstairs
$1,415/mo & 2+1 downstairs
$1,445/mo. Includes all utils.
Pleasant surroundings.
Access to transit/shpp’g &
restaurants. 805-642-3000
VCS264544
VTA MONTALVO 2+1,
$975/mo +dep, available
soon. Call 805-901-1059
VCS263806
VTA
OCEAN VIEW TWNHMS
3074 Channel Drive
• 1+1 @ $1,050
• 2+1.5 @ $1,450
• Carport Parking
• Swimming Pool
• Cats Welcome
• On Site Laundry
805-654-1559
E.H.O. VCS263318
VTA STUDIO $750 Cottage
style, small, cute & sunny,
full kitch, parking, coin
laundry. 805-455-1974
VCS262749
611
Beach & Vacation
Rentals
OXN HOLLYWOOD BEACH
ROMANTIC SPANISH
OCEANFRONT 4+3
Hideaway on the sand,
enclosed patio w/fireplace.
$5000 To view brochure
visit: 3125oceandrive.com
REAL INVESTMENTS
805-985-1000 VCS262734
VTA Beach Cottage Rental
La Conchita home, ocean
views, 2br, 1ba, gar, W/D
hookup, N/S, $1,700. Sm pet
OK 805-648-6334 VCS263471
613
Condos/Townhomes
Furnished
CAM MISSION VERDE
2+2+2 car gar, comm
pool/spa. N/S/P. Clean, all
appls. $1650/mo + $2000
sec. Lv msg 805-482-7235
VCS264160
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
CAM 2+1 upper floor condo
w/Awesome View! 2 car gar,
laundry, frig. $1,525. N/P/S.
142 Calle Vista
805-603-0681 VCS263358
CAM 2+2.5 LAKESIDE in
gated complex, f/p, pool/spa,
2 car gar, $1995 no pets.
805-445-9492 or email:
chipandmaryke@
hotmail.com VCS264216
CAMARILLO
2+2+2 Car Gar
Prime loc. NO smoking or
pets, f/p, w/d hookups,
pool/spa, $1,625/mo+sec.
805-218-4630 VCS263432
NP 2+2.5 1530sf nr Amgen,
att gar, f/p, nice patio.
Pets ok $1850 Avail now
805-498-9337 VCS264751
OXN 2+1.5 - GATED. Super
Sharp. New carpeting/paint
& more, 2 car att gar. $1,175.
SARALEI REALTY
805-529-5853 VCS263222
OXN 2+1½ TOWNHOUSE,
fireplace, wall to wall carpet,
washer/dryer hkups, 2 car
garage, small fenced yard,
pool, Jacuzzi. Pets
considered $1425+sec.
626-533-0100 VCS264384
OXN 2+1½ Townhse
fireplace, wall to wall carpet,
washer/dryer hkups, 2 car
garage, small fenced yard,
pool, Jacuzzi. Pets
considered $1425+sec.
626-533-0100 VCS264797
OXN 3+2 HOLLYWOOD
BEACH, Harbor views,
2 car attached garage $1500
805-340-7995 VCS263687
OXNARD Deckside Villags
2br+1.25ba, 2 car attached
garage, upgraded stainless
kitchen appliances, private
patio, fireplace, finished
attic. Complex has pool &
tennis court. $1,675mo+sec.
805-377-4206
VCS264732
OXNARD
THE COLONY
2+2
tennis, pool, jacuzzi, wash-
er & dryer, 2 car garage
2bdrms, 2baths,
$1,800.00/mo
(805)642-4500
VCS264634
HUENEME BAY 55+, 2 STY
2+1 overlooks golf crse, 1
car gar, f/p $1100 Bkr, Toni
805-984-3613 VCS263775
PtHue 2+1 1 mo free
garage, lndry rm, Sec 8 ok.
$1200 805-986-4223 VCS263020
PT HUE Live Near Beach!
3+2+lg bonus rm, pvt patio,
2-car gar, pool/golf course,
sm pet ok, 55+ Senior
Comm. $1,500/mo. Agent
805-506-8523 VCS263325
PT HUE Marina Village 2+1
Super sharp twnhse, shared
gar, pool & spa. $975/mo.
SARALEI REALTY
805-529-5853 VCS263223
PT HUE near Naval base &
beaches, garage 2br/1ba,
$1250 & 3br/1ba $1650 Call
805-750-0141 VCS264546
PT HUE ON THE BEACH.
WOW! 2br+2ba, Ocean
View. $1375/mo. Peter
818-469-5934 VCS264487
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
THOUSAND OAKS 2 bdrm,
2 ba, central air, laundry,
hardwood flrs, pool and spa,
covered parking, pvt patio,
$1495/mo. 818-468-7655
VCS264209
T.O. 1+1 w/carport & a/c, in
55+ Oaknoll Villas
$1125/mo lease. no smoke
805-300-2328 VCS262982
T.O. 2+1 in Oaknoll Villas
a 55+ Comm with car port,
elevator, community pool,
spa, lndry rm, basic cable &
trash, pets ok.Avail Feb 1st.
$1,350/month + sec. Call
805-982-0499 VCS263886
T.O. Oakbrook Upgraded
2+1 with brick patio,
comm pool. $1350/mo+sec.
818-879-8431 VCS264777
VENTURA 2 bdrm + 1 bath.
2 story. Clean, new carpet.
$1,295/mo. 805-340-7517
VCS264004
VENTURA
Live at the
Beach
beautifully redone, must
see 1bdrms, 1baths
$1,675.00/mo
(805)390-3969
VCS264457
Sporting
goods?
vcstar.com/ads
800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
Utilize
loan calculator to project monthly
payments. Visit VCSHOMES.com
Search for available jobs.
vcstar.com/jobs
VTA 2+1 $1165 & 2+2 $1365
newer flring+applcs, custom
paint, pool. Near shopping.
805-647-2752 VCS263374

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617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
VTA 2+1 gated upstairs
unit nr Victoria, shared
gar. Wtr/trash pd $1075
VTA 1+1 back half of
duplex, ‘peek-a-boo’ ocean
view, wood floors. $1150
VTA 1+1 BEACH, 1 car
gar. Very unique blding.
Sm patio off liv rm $1475
VTA BEACH 2+2 upstairs,
nr shopping/harbor $1525
VTA BEACH 3+2 with
fireplace,1+1 down $1725
VTA 2+2 east end, upper
level newer construction.
unit has 2 car garage,
granite counters and a
washer/dryer, refrig for
tenants use. $1600
VTA West end Studio, wtr
& trash pd, there is half a
garage for storage $625
VTA 2+1 west end, washer
/dryer hookups. Wtr pd.
New crpt/paint, small
fenced back patio $995
VTA 2+1 near midtown.
Upstairs unit w/ocean &
hillside view. Wtr/trash
pd. On-site laundry $1200
VTA 3+2 Todd Ranch end
unit w/lg backyd. Laundry
hkups in gar, trash /wtr
pd. Close to pool. $1650
VTA west end 1+1 in a 5
unit building, wtr/trash
pd. Street parking,
shared backyard $725.
VTA McKeon front unit,
wtr/trash pd, on-site coin
laundry. Shared 2 car
gar+storage area $1150
OXN 5+3 Whalers Village,
close to base, harbor, nd
new shopping cntr. Unit
has washer/dryer, refrig
for tenants use. Complex
has pool/spa/tennis $1900
PT HUE Gated 2+1.5
Surfside upper level 2 sty
unit. Stackable washer/
dryer incl. Close to
beach & base. $1195
All properties are no pets,
no smoke, 1 yr lease
Visit out website at
venturahomesforrent.com
or
Call the owners at
Homes For Rent,
the proud parents
of a NMCB 3 soldier
805-650-2500
VTA 2br, near Govt Center
luxury upgrades incl newer
refrig, spacious, master
with walk-in closet, pvt
storage areas. Pool. Pets?
$1100/mo Keith Hanson RE
805-981-1552 VCS263402
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Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
VTA 2br one story end unit,
f/p, lg patio, lg att 2 car gar,
pool/spa. N/S/P. $1,525+dep.
310-560-9680 VCS261970
VTA 3+2 Clean, near Govt
Ctr & shopping, refrig, pvt
garage, balcony, skylight,
pool/spa, tennis. Many utils
paid. Pets? $1195. Keith
Hanson RE 805-981-1552
VCS261016
VTA TOWNHOUSE
2+1.5, $1200, HUD ok
pool, lndry rm, w/t pd
805-653-7711 VCS264173
621
Duplexes
Unfurnished
Oxnard Shores Dunes
4bd+2ba & 2 car gar, F/P.
Walk to BEACH! $1,950/mo
805-760-4952 VCS264362
VENTURA 1+1
great midtown location,
wtr/trash paid $950+$500 sec
dep 805-649-8078 VCS264537
VTA 3+1.5 very clean, avail
Feb 1st 2011, big yard, no
pets $1600 wtr/sewer/trash
pd 805-794-7437 VCS264091
VTA E. 2+2 fence yard, near
Serra Elem. Pet ok w/extra
dep. 8823 Tiber.Trash/water
paid. $1,600. 805-569-9877
VCS262757
Local online classifeds.
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627
Houses Unfurnished
CAM 2+1 Guest Cottage
Country living, frig/wash/dry
Grdnr, W/T, Sat TV $1400+
Dep-OAC.No P/SM. Central
Coast 389-6803 VCS263064
CAM 2+2+ofc, view pool/
golf/tennis, 1,500sf, lrg rms,
wtr/cable/trash pd. 55+.
$1949. 805-822-4581 VCS261262
CAM 4+2.5, 2 story, view,
cul-de-sac, incl wtr, grdnr,
spa maint, sm pet ok,
Refs/crdt ck reqd $2300
Lease 805-482-5013 Kathy
Frownfelter VCS264818
CAM 55+ Gated Comm 2+2
clean, avail now $1450
Lease. Refs/credit ck req.
805-482-5013 Kathy Frown-
felter VCS264462
CAMARILLO
MISSION OAKS
4 bdrms+2.5 baths, 2 car
gar, stove, dishwasher,
a/c, central heat, f/p, w/d
hkups, lrg bkyd, 2,200 sqft
of living space, pd grdnr.
$2,400/mo NO RENT
INCREASE EVER!
No pets, good credit req’d.
Available 2/15/2011.
805-455-7136
VCS263140
CAM MISSION OAKS
2 story, 3+2.5, refrig, gar-
dener, comm pool/spa.
Clean. N/S/P. $2100 +sec.
Leave message 805-482-7235
VCS264163
627
Houses Unfurnished
CAM MOBILE ESTATES
Spectacular View! 2+1.5
Fully renovated & equipped
w/new appliances. Spa/Pool
& rec center. $1,300/mo,
water, cable tv, trash incl.
One person must be 55+.
805-816-1833 VCS263532
MRPK Horse Prop 3/4 acre
3+2 new remodel, 3 cov-
ered corrals + arena $2600
805-990-9940 VCS261862
NEWBURY PARK
Beautiful 4BR,2BA Newly
remodeled with new tile
floors, carpet, paint, A/C, f/p,
quiet neighborhood, large
yard, incl’s gardener. NO
smoking or pets. $2,500/mo.
818-324-1369 VCS263542
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OAKVIEW 3+2 - Nice & Pvt
f/p, yd, carport, $1,700/mo+
sec. Oak Street Property
Shoppe 805-643-1288
VCS263151
627
Houses Unfurnished
Distinguished
homes for rent
VTA 4+3 with
incredible ocean,
island, city views,
Iaundry, pool, tons
of privacy.Available
mid January $4000
OXN 4+3 newer
2 story, 3 car gar-
age, family room
with fireplace. 1+1
downstairs $2100
All properties are
no pets, no smoke,
1 year lease.
venturahomes
forrent.com
805-650-2500
VCS263567
OXN 3+2.5 Riveridge 2 Story
backs to golf course, $2,450
+dep. Edwards Realty
805-984-9697 VCS264258
OXN 4+2, 3 car garage,
office, f/p, spa, huge back-
yard, $2200/month. Call
805-722-5414 VCS263858
627
Houses Unfurnished
OXN 4+2 Large corner lot,
garage, f/p, $1,650+dep.
Coast Prop Mgmt
805-483-1178 VCS264347
OXN 4 Br, 3 Ba, 3 car gar,
two story. 2111 Hermosa
Way, $2250 +$2250 dep.
Military discount avail.
805-228-5749
OXNARD 3bd+2ba with 2
car gar, living room, family
room, large bkyd. $1,750/mo.
805-482-5979 VCS264551
Oxnard, El Rio 4 br 2 ba,
2 living rms, porch, 14000
sqft, lrg prking area (10
cars), gated private yard,
complete remodeled, lndry
rm, $2200 + $1000 sec dep
805-351-9673 (anytime)
or 805-480-4226
(Wed-Sat)5:am-6:30pm
VCS264666
OXN EL RIO 2+1 bungalow,
lg lot, fruit trees, easy fwy,
avail now.N/S/P $1400+dep
805-485-1240 VCS261845
OXN Mandalay Bay 3+3.5.
Main Channel, great views,
45 ft dock, dining rm, den,
f/p, gar. $2,700/mo+dep.
805-895-6649 VCS263057
OXN SHORES 3+2, fam rm
loft, f/p, new crpt in bdrms
2 car gar, $2300 Bkr, Toni
805-984-3613 VCS262787
OXN SILVERSTRAND
2br+2ba. New paint and
carpet, near beach.$1,790/mo
805-304-5998 VCS264371
627
Houses Unfurnished
OXN SURFER SPECIAL
Silverstand 2+1, 1.5 blocks
to beach $1650/mo. Call
805-512-1101 VCS264072
PT HUE 3+1, front & back
yard, Sec 8 ok, $1700+dep.
805-415-3318 VCS264757
PT HUE 3+2 HOUSE
dbl gar, lndry hkups, yard,
pet considered, near
school/park & base. $1725
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
VCS264059
SANTA PAULA
Updated 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
$1,100/mo. Call 805-312-1702
VCS264516
SIMI 2+2 remodeled,
Unique $1400+utils N/S/P
805-428-1847 VCS262693
Call 800221STAR7827
SIMI 3+2 ALL NEW-
carpet, tile, appliances, etc.
Central air, great loc, $1795
Grdnr incl Westcoast Mgt
805-522-0060 VCS261872
SIMI E. 5+4.5+BONUS
Gorgeous executive, 1 bd/ba
dwnstrs, 3 f/p’s, expansive
family/kitchen area with f/p,
large master with f/p, huge
dressing/closet area, 1 bd
suite upstairs, huge bonus
room, 3 car gar, a/c, view.
Avail Jan. $3,675/mo.
805-279-6015 VCS262959
627
Houses Unfurnished
SIMI VALLEY
3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms
Tile kitchen and baths,
laminate living room and
two rooms, master has
carpet, huge backyard.
Will work with bad credit.
$2,050/mo+$2,050/sec.
Pets welcome with
a $300 deposit.
(will accept 1/2 of deposit
now & other 1/2 of deposit
the following month)
Available Feb. 1st
Call Tami
805-231-7331
VCS264438
SIMI VALLEY
House For Rent
Clean, 4bdrms 1full/1half
baths $2,200.00/mo
(805)390-7796
VCS264456
SIMI WOODRANCH
Newer 3+2.5, 1,300 sqft,
large master, $2,265/mo.
805-581-4849 VCS264340
SOMIS 2+1 Adorable House
with yard. Grdnr, water &
trash incl. N/P/S. $1,495/mo.
3436 C West St.
805-603-0681 VCS263359
627
Houses Unfurnished
SOMIS Country Living on
Avocado Orchard. Spacious
and remodeled 2+1 Guest
house with master suite,
walk-in closet, private deck
with beautiful views. Large
kitchen, dining room, living
room, office, laundry room,
french doors, wood & tile
flooring. Perfect for
executive or couple. Utilities
included, N/S/P, credit check
& references. $2,000/mo.
805-386-1381 VCS264063
T.O. Gorgeous 3+2 in
Wildwood on cul-de-sac.
Single story with new carpet,
fresh paint, new range and
microwave. Spacious back-
yard w/mntn views. $2,200.
Walk to parks, school and
trails. 741 San Martin Pl.
805.558.3017 VCS264809
T.O. Immaculate 3+2 in
Wildwood on cul-de-sac. New
paint and carpet. Pvt
grassy yard w/mntn views.
$2,200. Walking distance to
parks, school and trails.
741 San Martin Pl.
805.558.3017 VCS263669
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VENTURA 3+2 mountain,
ocean, island views, family
rm, living rm, wood & tile
floors, new paint, big lot.
$2,000/mo. 805-708-2926 or
805-708-0588 VCS263583
VENTURA 4+2 Hillside,
View, 2 car gar, f/p, grdnr
& water paid $2100/mo.
805-642-9527 VCS262890
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VTA 3+2 single sty close
to school. New paint/crpt
Possible RV prkng $1795
VTA 2+1 west end. Nature
abounds, wd flrs, quirky.
Units share washer &
dryer. Section 8 OK $1450
VTA 3+2 single sty close
to shopping/park. Newer
paint & crpt, large back-
yd, living rm w/fp $1800
VTA 3+2 east end single
sty w/huge backyd $1800
VTA 4+2 single sty close
to Kimball Aquatic Park.
F/P in living room ,
fenced backyard $1850
VTA 4+3 w/incredible
ocean/island/city view,
Indr pool, tons of privacy
Avail mid Jan $4000
OXN 5+3 Whalers Village,
condo type home close to
base, harbor, nd new
shopping cntr. Unit has
washer/dryer, refrig for
tenants use. Complex
has pool/spa/tennis $1900
OXN 4+2 Near new
shopping center & harbor.
New crpt & paint. Fam
rm has fireplace $2150
PT HUE 3+1 close to base.
Unit comes w/washer/
dryer/refrig $1600
All properties are no pets,
no smoke, 1 yr lease.
Visit out website at
venturahomesforrent.com
or
Call the owners at
Homes For Rent,
the proud parents
of a NMCB 3 soldier
805-650-2500
VCS261183
627
Houses Unfurnished
627
Houses Unfurnished
VENTURA (EAST END)
3+2, lg fenced yd, open liv-
ing room/DR/kitch. 384
Garfield Rondo. Avail 2/1.
$2100/mo 805-665-8489
VCS264367
VTA 1bd Pvt Hse, lg lot, new
kitch & wd flrs, lndry area
storg.Sec 8 ok. Pets? $1150
805-320-0693 VCS264790
VTA 2+1.5+den
Hardwood floors, fenced
yard, garage, paid water,
sewer, gardener, no pets.
$1,630/mo. 298 Homer.
805-644-4586 VCS264749
VTA 2+1, 602 S. Arcade.
New windows, paint in/out,
carpet, stove/refrig/water.
$1450 +sec. 805-910-5300
VCS264241
VTA 3+2, 2 car gar, wood
floors, granite counter tops
in kitch. Liv rm, fam rm,
dining rm, patio. F/P,
wood blinds. New paint &
crpt throughout, all new
landscaping, immaculate
cond. $2,375mo incl in rent
wtr, trash, wtrsftnr,grdnr.
No pets. 1672 Nacimiento.
909-477-0625 VCS264658
VTA 3+2 COZY, West end
fenced yard, 2 car gar. Pets?
$1595/mo 5365 Primrose
805-646-0300 VCS264782
VTA 3+2 Newly Remodeled
$2300/month+$2500 dep.
6438 Stork St. Call
805-648-1517 VCS263801
VTA E 4+2 $1995 liv rm, din
rms, 2 car, nr elem school,
fenced. N/S/D/P.Avail 2-1
805-687-7120 VCS264231
VTA E. 4+2.5, wd flrs, f/p,
secluded yd, dbl gar, $2,100+
dep. Coast Prop Mgmt
805-483-1178 VCS264349
VTA Executive 4+5, 3500sf, 2
f/p’s, lg rec rm, loft, office,
new kitch, 3 car gar $3500
805-207-1210 VCS264046
675
Rentals To Share
OXN SHORES Beach Studio
Ste, lovely, lg, airy. Pvt ba,
sundeck, $950. 805-985-3029
805-890-0908 VCS264677
PT HUE 1 rm avail $650+
$150dep+last mo rent, close
to Base & beach, N/S/D/P.
805-279-9939 VCS264662
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675
Rentals To Share
VENTURA Midtown
Master bedroom,
private bathroom,
walk-in closet,
senior community.
$650/mo. Call
805-216-5158
VCS264622
677
Rooms For Rent
CAM 1 Master Bdrm, pvt ba,
furn, walk-in closet, kitch &
lndry privs, all utils pd,
internet, cable TV free $695.
805-754-4036 VCS264820
CAM 2 bdrms, share bath,
$550ea, incl utils, lndry, kitch
privs & cable, near CSUCI
805-987-4502 VCS264738
CAM House Rms, 10 mins to
CSUCI,full hse privs, pvt &
share ba $530-up 805-310-8040
christina_cbanker@yahoo.
com VCS264014
CAM Mission Oaks, room
for rent, $550/mo +$200
dep. Utils & internet incl.
Jeff, 805-443-6567
VCS263429
CAM Pvt Entry, Furnished,
shared ba, in room: tv/frig &
micro. $330/bi-wkly $650/mo.
Near Santa Rosa B of A.
805-857-0310 VCS263705
CAM ROOM FOR RENT
$650+sec dep, kitchen &
laundry privs. N/S/P
805-657-5138 VCS264399
C.I. HARBOR on the wtr hm
to share, 1bd+1ba, hse privs.
N/S/D/P. $700/mo+utils.
805-212-0512 VCS264704
MOORPARK beautiful
quiet area, N/D/P/S. $600.
805-558-9177 VCS263948
Newbury Park, 1br,walk-in
closet, shared bath,
$700+$500 Sec Dep 1/3 util
818-400-0968 VCS263089
NP bedroom & study with
a closet in each, view $550
+dep. Utils incl. N/S/P
805-499-3887 VCS263650
OJAI 2 Furn Rms w/TV and
internet service. Full house
privs, $450 & $550 incls utils,
$200/dep. 805-490-4392
VCS263660
677
Rooms For Rent
OJAI: $800/mo, Furn bdrm
w/own bath in beautiful
home. Utilities, internet,
cable, w/d included. No
pets. No smoking.
Call (805) 794-2786
CHANNEL ISLAND OXN
Furnished master w/pvt
entrance, incl refrig, micro
king size bed. $795/mo+
dep, incls utils. No Pets.
805-985-9776 VCS263930
OXNARD Private Gated
Community, Close to Navy
Base, Furn Room, Full
Privs, Cable/WIFI/Internet
$600 Mo, $300 Dep Incl utils
805-228-8164. VCS261118
OXNARD ROOM
FOR RENT, near
Oxnard college,
Free TV & free In-
ternet. 805-304-6633
VCS264543
OXN, furnished bedroom,
gorgeous home, utilities in-
cluded, w/d, full privileges,
3 miles/base, $600 + $300
security, N/S/D/P,
805-890-8149.
OXN Furnished Room, DSL
& Sat, hot tub, full privs,
share bath, $650/mo+$350
dep, incl utils 805-236-0276
VCS263403
OXN N ROOM AVAIL, share
bath $575+sec. house
privs, good parking
805-485-2337 VCS262354
OXN Room $510 & very
large room $650. Clean,quiet,
kitch & lndry privs, utils &
cable. Ref’s+$300dep.
805-766-8068 VCS264513
PT HUE Rooms, walk to
beach nice area, full privs,
share bath. 233 N.Third St.
$590/mo + $300/dep.
805-844-9280 VCS264667
PT HUE Share Ocean View
Condo, hardwd flrs, wash-
er, dryer, pool spa, $575
N/S 818-292-3399 VCS263662
SIMI Room in Wood Ranch
home $600/mo incl utils,
cable TV, pvt bath, N/S/P
Kay 805-955-9935 VCS263467
SIMI Self contained room,
w/pvt entrance, bath &
patio, lg closet, refrig,
micro, sink. Just remodeled
w/new paint & crpting. No
inside smoking or pets.
West end in nice, quiet,
area. Owners live on prop.
$800+$400 sec, all utils incl
heat, air, cable. Must
have good pymt history
805-208-5516 VCS263958
677
Rooms For Rent
SIMI SENIOR Age 55+
2 rooms w/mstr bath, get
entire 2nd floor for huge
DISCOUNT $850/mo, a sav-
ings of $350/mo! Renting
entire top floor will give
you privacy + you can
have a micro, refrig, and
make a family /living room
space OR Mstr w/bath
$650/mo w/2 closets - 1
walk-in OR 2nd Room
$550/mo w/walk-in closet.
Beautiful clean newer
townhouse (built in 2008) in
55+ Complex. Friendly &
welcoming 38 unit comm
has pool, jacuzzi, club-
house & rec rm. I’ve lived
here for 2 years and love
it! Sec dep $850. $50 utils.
Use of kitch & laundry. No
smoke/pets/drugs. Elaine
805-551-1778 VCS261059
SIMI VALLEY
Large room, private bath.
No smoking, no pets.
$650. 805-527-9753
VCS264030
SIMI VALLEY
Master Bedroom $750
mo+utils.1 Bedroom $600
mo+utils. Garage parking.
805-433-4953 VCS264126
THOUSAND OAKS
Master B.R.; pvt bath; kitch
privs; pool. NO pets, drugs,
smoking. $600/mo+dep.
Immediate Occupancy!!!
(805)647-0485 VCS263352
T.O. Furn, xlg rm w/pvt bath
in home, kitch/lndry privs,
ample parking, n/s/d/p $775
805-497-0127 VCS263872
T.O. Studio: lg master, pvt
entry & full ba, kitch, utils,
internet. N/S/D/P $800+dep
805-907-8676 VCS263517
VTA $590 furnished, quiet,
pool/spa, full privs, incl
utils. n/d/pets 805-653-2346
VCS263852
VTA E. Pvt entrance
all utils paid. $600/mo.
805-647-5663 VCS254688
VCS264437
VTA E. ROOM 4 RENT
In Classy Tropical Home.
Large Kitchen With New
Appliances.Full Privileges
Incl: Internet & Laundry.
$650/Mo+Utilities & Dep.
Available Now. Call Steve
805-654-1276 or 310-463-2947
VCS263686
VTA Large Room
own bath, No smoke/pets.
$700/month+half electric.
805-644-1414 VCS263764
VTA Master Bdrm w/Bath.
Utils/cable pd. No smoking
or house privs. $700/mo.
805-798-2814 VCS263183
Buildacar.
Findusedcars.
Findadealer.
VTA ROOM in 3 bd condo,
near Govt Center, full privs,
1st & last mo $600 + $600
utils, cable incl. Nice &
quiet, share bath, pool/spa,
laundry. No pets
805-340-8009 VCS263284
MobileHomes
692-699
692
Mobile Homes for
Rent
NEWBURY PARK
Mobile Home for rent 2+2,
refrig with washer & dryer
hookup, new carpet, trash,
water & sewer included,
1 person must be 55+. Quiet
neighborhood, N/S or pets.
$1,200/mo. 805-498-1146
VCS264542
694
Mobile Homes
For Sale
VENTURA,
106 Stevens Circle
Mobile Home
original Lemonwood Park
Unit , 3br, 2 ba, 1400 sqft
on very lrg lot, on quiet
cul-e-sac, newly painted,
2 patio areas, plus coverd
porch & sunroof. $127,000
805-644-2571 VCS263970
VTA Senior Park - $24K
VTA Family Park - $49K
Century-21 #01875038
Karen Hodge 805-727-1047
VCS263456
Real Estate
700-874
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Condos/Townhomes
For Sale
SIMI CONDO 2+2
1 car garage, Xlnt Cond.
Must qualify as low-income
$176,700. Call 805-583-6775.
Broker co-op VCS263244
715
Condos/Townhomes
For Sale
T.O.
Applications Soon!
Townhomes in Thousand
Oaks by D.R. Horton,
America’s Builder
Eight Affordable New
Townhomes eligible for
Moderate-Income House-
holds Offered from the
low $300,000’s to Moder-
ate-Income Families The
affordable townhomes by
D.R. Horton include:
Four Two-Bedroom,
Two-Bath Units and
Four Three-Bedroom,
Two-Bath Units
and will be priced below
comparable new homes.
Each affordable home will
be subject to a 30-year
resale restriction.
Applications will be
available at an
Orientation meeting on
February 9, 2010 at The
Newbury Park Library,
2331 Borchard Road,
Newbury Pk, 91320 at 6 PM
(date subject to change).
Information available at:
www.drhorton.com
<http://www.
drhorton.com/>
and by calling 818-251-5752.
D.R. Horton VEN, Inc.,
DRE License #01253251
CEDC (805) 659-6868
(www.cabrilloedc.org
<http://www.
cabrilloedc.org/>)
City of Thousand Oaks
Website (www.toaks.org
<http://www.
toaks.org/>)
VCS263683
VENTURA
DEAN DRIVE CONDO
Clean 2 beds + 2 baths.
Location is great over
looking park & green belts.
Close to shopping & mall.
MUST SELL
Priced at $167,000.
Re/Max - Jana Shaw
805-390-9740
VCS264773
VENTURA
GREAT TOWNHOME
Close to all shopping and
restaurants, fwy access,
tri-level 2 beds + 2.5 baths.
Family room off kitchen,
cozy living room with
fireplace. Bring Offers!
JUST REDUCED $290,000.
Re/Max - Jana Shaw
805-390-9740 VCS264771
Commercial
Real Estate
875-893
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
CAMARILLO 675 to 4480sf
warehouse, office and
bathroom. No auto. Call
805-649-4857 VCS261996
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
SIMI INDUSTRIAL SPC
680,1600 1950 & 2100sf
Erringer Plaza Office Spc
1100sf, 3200sf. John
805-526-5260 VCS261878
SIMI INDUSTRIAL SPC
750, 1600, 1950, 2100sf
ERRINGER PLAZA Office
Space 1100sf, 3200sf.John
805-526-5260 VCS264002
VENTURA BUSINESS/
Redevelopment District
1326sf Retail/Light
Industrial Storefront $1550
372sf Private Office or Shop
$595 Real Investments
805-985-1000 VCS264620
VENTURA Marina Entrance
400sf - 995sf offices.
Great Rate. 805-644-0941
VCS264337
VENTURA WAREHOUSES
2,500sf-3,000sf, nice offices,
great rate & location.
805-644-0941 VCS264338
887
Stores/Offices
Rent/Lease
APPROX 360-830 sq ft
$240 - $550 per month
575 Dawson Drive Cam
2nd floor offices
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
VCS262588
AVENIDA DE LOS
ARBOLES (1026 & 1056).
Busy, Established Thousand
Oaks Neighborhood Ctr.
1310sf, 2622sf @ $1.30/sf/ea
ALSO AVAILABLE: T.O.
22,400sf COMMERCIAL
space NNN. Call Ana
Rodriguez (310)675-1179 x4
VCS263188
Business Starter
S. Oxn 1 to 3 room offices
280-525sf Saviers Rd. Incl
utils. Mint Cond. Wall to
wall carpet, private patio,
1st floor. $400/mo-$700
Rodgers Management
805-985-0044 VCS263847
OXN INDUSTRIAL
Rice/101/Rose
1000 - 55,000 SF
OXN OFFICE/MEDICAL
500 - 5,000 SF
805-604-0700
Sunbelt Enterprises
VCS263154
RESTAURANT SPACE
for lease. Former Subway
restaurant 1300sf plus private
outdoor patio. Great loca-
tion, high visibility, huge
traffic count, will build to
suit. Located at Mission
Village, 2154 Saviers Road,
Oxnard across from Santa
Clara High School.
Rodgers Management
805-985-0044 VCS263849
VTA Affordable 2542 E. Main
1400sf, a/c, 2 bath. Only
$975mo. Ofcs will be
removed. Start up or move
in concessions. Bill
805-320-0693 VCS264788
VTA Offices & Flex Spaces
Street Signage 1632 or1776sf
on corner of Telephone &
Market. Central Coast
805-389-6803 VCS263063

Io adrert|se f800! 22I-7827
VTA Olive Ave 2 OFCS with
restroom, 625sf, lg parking.
Avail now @$800/mo Mike
805-304-6295. VCS262951
VTA PROF OFFICE SPACE
120-625sf Convieniently loc
Victoria/101 fwy $295-$775
805-479-8284 VCS263067
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales
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Industrial
Property For Sale
VTA: SHOP FOR SALE in
industrial park near Johnson
Dr. & 101 freeway. Just
under 1000 ft. with 12 ft.
ceilings & a 10 ft. rollup
door. Reduced to
$174,500 for a quick sale!!
Details online at http://
venturaindustrialcondo.com
or call Jeff @ 805-701-0653.
Ventura Property Shoppe
VCS264548
Recreation
900-945
909
Boats
WAVERUNNER
YAMAHA 2004
FX1100C-C
High Output, Four Stroke,
Very Powerful 3 Seater.
Very low hours!
GREAT CONDITION
Never used in ocean!
Includes:
• Trailer
• 2 Factory covers
• Life Jackets
• Wet suits
• Wakeboard
Many other great items.
ALL for $5,800/OBO
MUST SELL!!
Located in SIMI VALLEY
Call Ray 310-351-6959
US-YAMA2099F404
VCS262946
918
Campers/Trailers
COLEMAN POP UP
TRAILER ‘90,
sleeps 6, good cond, clean,
fully self cont, everything
works, $2,000/obo. Call
805-483-4348 or 360-689-3099
(1CH8304) VCS264176
936
Motorhomes/RV
DUTCHMEN Lite
30ft Travel Trailer
Like new, less
than 300hrs, sleeps
6, many extras,
Blue Book $12,500,
asking $8,500/obo.
(404473) 990-3188 or
805-524-2402
VCS263414
HY-LINE 36ft 2006
5th Wheel, 3 jumbo slides,
sleeps 8, washer & dryer,
microwave, jumbo a/c,
non-smoker, many extras,
Mint Condition, $29,200/obo
(54242p). 818-679-7985
VCS261534
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
Call 800221STAR7827
942
Off Road Vehicles
BLITZ MINI BIKE
SCOOTER
gas powered $200
805-320-0500
Transportation
950-998
962
Auto Parts &
Services
TJ Wrangler
Roof
Still in Box! Fits 1997-2002
Soft Top, TJ Wrangler
w/Factory Steel Half-
doors, Spice color. Paid
$875 new
asking $500/OBO
(805)377-2162
VCS262961
968
Auto Under $1000
Need
Extra
Cash?
$$$$$$$$$$
WE
BUY
CARS
running
or not.
Can’t find
the pink or
registration?
No problem!
To get the best
deal, call us first!
805-754-9839
24 hrs/7 days

VCS263399
977
Auto For Sale
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
BUICK LaCrosse ‘07
Still under warranty
has full tank of gas,
30,600 miles, smog
check, mint
condition, $10,800.
(5vbk794). Call
805-984-0306
VCS264523
CHEVROLET
Corvette 1999
SPORT, AUTOMATIC,
GAS, Red, Like new!,
Garage kept, Air Condi-
tioning, Leather, Power
Mirrors, Alloy Wheels,
Tinted Glass, Cruise,
CD, Passenger Air Bag,
Power Seats, Power
Windows, Power Steer-
ing, Antilock Brakes,
Tilt, Driver Air Bag,
Power Locks, Sun/Moon
Roof 39,300 miles,
$21,500.00 (4TGA964)
(805)241-8050
VCS262359
977
Auto For Sale
CHRYSLER
LeBaron 1991
CONVERTIBLE, AUTO-
MATIC, GAS, Silver, Air
Conditioning,Power Win-
dows,Power Seats,
CD,Power Locks., Power
Steering, Driver Air Bag,
New tires, brakes 153,000
miles. Xlnt transportaion,
$1,200.00 (2XTE306)
(805)358-2958
VCS260547
HONDA ACCORD LX 2006
V6, auto, power every-
thing, moonrf, 6 disc, F &
R air bags, TCS, 98k mi,
24-30 mpg, $12,000/obo
Jeremy 805-216-3965
(5VKF472)

NISSAN MAXIMA ‘98
smogged, regd thru 2012,
reliable, cold a/c, chrome,
rims, etc $2500 805-944-8970
VCS262996
980
Classics/Antiques/
Specialty
CAD Brougham 1993
Triple black, CELEBRITY,
2 car phones, loaded. runs
xlnt, 69k miles $65,998/obo.
805-499-4956 (3CIB595)
VCS263697
JAGUAR 1949 thru 1973
XK120, 140, 150, E-type,
Mark II WANTED, any cond.
(415)566-5052 VCS264359
980
Classics/Antiques/
Specialty
MERCEDES SL WANTED
or Cabriolet ‘54 thru ‘71
190SL, 230SL, 250SL, 280SL,
300SL 220S/SE, 250SE,
280SE Convertible Any cond.
510-638-7221 VCS264356
WANTED: FORD Mustang
‘64 Thru ‘68 Coupe,
Convertible, FB, any cond
510-568-5114 VCS264358

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Wanted Vehicles
CASH FOR YOUR
CAR OR TRUCK
‘90 or newer. Any condition.
818-577-6799 VCS263405
CASH FOR YOUR
VEHICLE RV/Boat
o/b-running/not veh
‘89-up RV ‘91-down
1-800-613-5410 VCS262266
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VENTURA
1945 S. \icloria ^ve.
(Coruer oí \icloria & Moou 0rive)
mOORPARK
510 New Los ^ugeles ^ve.
(Near wood Rauch BB0 iu íoruer B oí ^ Bldg.)
W. SImI VALLEV
1030 Los ^ugeles ^ve. Suile B
(Nexl lo Couroy's |lorisl)
OXNARD
1960·^ Rose ^ve.
(Coruer oí Rose & 0ouzales.
Nexl lo Lillle Caesars)
CANOCA PARK
8410 Jopauga Cauyou Blvd.
(^cross lhe slreel írou Lowe's uear lhe
iulersecliou oí Roscoe & Jopauga Cyu.)
SANTA CLARITA
16507 Soledad Cauyou Rd.
(^l lhe iulersecliou oí
Soledad Cauyou & Saud Cauyou)
CAmARILLO
2298 \eulura Blvd.
(Nexl lo El Rey Cauliua)
THOUSAND OAKS
2860 Cauiuo 0os Rios Suile C
(Exil weudy iu lhe Couejo Coííee Plaza
uexl lo Chevrou)
E. SImI VALLEV
2780 Japo Cauyou Rd.
(Coruer oí ^lauo & Japo Cauyou)
OPENINC SOON!
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S. OXNARD
2701 S. Rose ^ve. #C·102
(^l lhe iulersecliou oí
0xuard Blvd. & Rose ^ve.)
CRANADA HILLS
10682 Balboa Blvd.
(Coruer oí Balboa & Chalsworlh)
SANTA CLARITA
27536 Sierra highway
(^l lhe iulersecliou oí Sierra hwy &
Soledad Cyu. |u lhe Bool Baru Plaza)
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