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BUCA Dereck Bonner shakes hands with the 45 children from Parkview Elementary School in Port Hueneme who attended the March 11
homecoming of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40. Parkview students had sent valentines and care packages to Afghanistan during 40’s
deployment. “Everything they did was highly appreciated,” Bonner said. NMCB 40 homecoming, Page 20. VAW-116 homecoming, Page 10.
SEABEES, SUN KINGS BACK HOME
Names of people wanting ac-
cess to Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty (NBVC) and all other Navy
installations and facilities are now
being screened through a data-
base set up as a result of the Sex
Offender Registration and Noti-
fication Act of 2006.
“The new vetting process now
requires Force Protection to en-
sure all visitors to our installa-
tions are not ‘registered sex of-
fenders’ as well as ensure they are
not listed on specific watch list,
aren’t convicted felons or have
warrants for their arrest,” ex-
plained Larry R. Jones, Force
Protection director for NBVC.
“These checks help to ensure the
commands, active duty person-
nel, employees and families on-
board our installations are safer
Base changes access procedure
SEE OFFENDERS, PAGE 22
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Rosters are in and the course has been laid out for the Armed
Forces Triathlon Championship set for April 9 at Naval Base
Ventura County Point Mugu. It will be preceded by the short-
er Admiral’s Cup triathlon, which is open to the public.
After missing last year, an all-military team from Canada is
returning to this year’s Armed Forces event, which will also
feature teams fromthe U.S. Navy and Coast Guard combined,
Triathlons set for April 9
SEE TRIATHLONS, PAGE 22
Soccer sign-ups are under way
at all Naval Base Ventura County
child development centers. Here,
youngsters practice their skills at
Point Mugu. The soccer program is
the first of many being organized
by NBVC’s new youth sports
coordinator. Page 3.
Cmdr. Charlie Willmore, commanding
officer, Naval Construction Training
Center, signs a partnership
agreement with James Martinez,
principal of Las Posas Elementary
School. Page 13.
WHAT’S INSIDE
WHAT’S AHEAD
Winston LaVern “Mike” Miller, who
was assigned to the brand-new
Naval Air Missile Test Center at
Point Mugu in 1946 — making him
a “plank owner” — died March
5. He retired from Point Mugu in
1965, then was appointed technical
director of the Pacific Missile Range,
a position he held until 1984.
April 7 edition.
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Can the commissary and NEX parking lot be made safer?
Question: I am wondering if anything can be done
about the Commissary/NEX parking lot to ensure the
safety of those driving through it. Too often I witness
people not stopping at the end of the rows, almost
hitting others that are driving along the outer portion
towards the gym, Navy Lodge, or in the opposite
direction towards the gas station, parking for the
movie theater, etc.
I also think the parking lot markings need to be
redone as too often people are driving down the aisles
in the wrong direction. I have seen an increase in the
number of “near” misses, with myself involved in
several, and would really appreciate the situation
being looked into.
Answer: As mentioned in the Feb. 24 edition of The
Lighthouse, the realignment of Addor Lane, which
runs through the Commissary and NEX parking lot,
was scheduled to begin in January but was postponed
due to federal budget issues. I’m happy to report that
funding is now available and a contractor should be on
board by the end of the month.
This project will both improve safety and traffic flow
as well as enhance the visual appearance of the area.
First of all, parking stalls will be changed to angu-
lar parking to clarify the correct direction of travel.
The through traffic along the north edge of the park-
ing lot will be moved to the very north edge to elimi-
nate the difficult and hazardous situation of perpen-
dicular parking along a through-traffic lane.
Colored stamped concrete islands will be installed
to separate the through traffic lanes from the parking
areas. This will allow the unsightly concrete K-rails
to be removed and provide better organization of the
parking lot.
Some of the distressed areas of the pavement will
be patched, and the entire area will be slurry-sealed
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COMMUNITYCALENDAR
CAR SEAT CHECK:
10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,
softball field parking
lot next to NEX, Point
Mugu. Make sure your car seat is
installed properly. First-come, first-
serve. Info: nbvc_safety@navy.mil.
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MILITARY BUSINESS
& COMMUNITY
EXPO: 8:30 to 3 p.m.,
Ventura County Office
of Education. $35 until March
25, $40 until April 15, $50 at the
door. Free job fair 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sponsorships, exhibit booths and
job fair tables available. Info: 969-
5244.
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March
THANK YOU, KIDS:
FOCUS celebrates the
courage and strength
of military children
from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m. in the Seabee Chapel. Crafts,
children’s activities, snacks. Free
event. Information: 982-4486.
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TRIATHLONS: Admiral’s
Cup, open to the
public, 8 a.m.; Armed
Forces Triathlon
Championship, 10:30 a.m., NBVC
Point Mugu. Information: Page 1.
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KIDS DAY: A full day
of activities at NBVC
Point Mugu, including a
Robotics Competition
(details, Page 5), a 1K kids’ fun
run, carnival games, a dunk
tankand door prizes. Information:
School Liaison Officer Monica
James, 989-5211.
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April
Twelve individuals and one two-person
team have been nominated for the Joyce
W. Stewart Memorial Award, an annual
honor that recognizes those who have
worked for the acceptance of diversity and
promoting equal treatment at a Naval Base
Ventura County command or organiza-
tion.
The winner will be announced at a 10
a.m. ceremony Thursday, March 24, at the
Bard Mansion. Last year’s recipient, Pa-
trina Haizlip-Payne of the Naval Surface
Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division
(NSWC PHD), is scheduled to speak.
This is the 20th anniversary of the
award, which is named for the first wom-
an at the Naval Construction Battalion
Center to achieve the professional grade
of GM-14. The award is presented by the
Federal Women’s Program(FWP), a com-
mittee of the Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity Council for NBVC.
Here are this year’s nominees:
• The team of Chief Construction Me-
chanic Anthony R. Boyko and Philip Ter-
nahan of Naval Facilities Expeditionary
Logistics Center.
• Delia P. Aldrete, NSWC PHD.
• Cary Martinez de Andino, NSWC
PHD.
• Toni Rush, Commander, Airborne
Command and Control Logistics Wing.
• Lt. Olivia K. Degenkolb, U.S. Navy
Command and Control Squadron 112.
• Deborah Jordan, NSWC PHD.
• Karen Green, NSWC PHD.
• Jacqueline R. Francis, Center for Sea-
bees and Facilities Engineering / Civil
Engineering Corps Officers School.
• Chief Builder (SCW/FMF) Kristi D.
Thrift, Naval Construction Training Cen-
ter, Port Hueneme.
• Julie Brennan, NSWC PHD.
• Arthur T. Tate, Navy Information
Technology Center.
• Culinary Specialist 1st Class (SCW)
Maria A. Cordoba, NBVCPort Hueneme
Galley.
• Builder 1st Class (SCW) Kirk D. John-
son, Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
5.
For more information on the event, call
FWP Co-Chairs Lisa Zimmerman at 982-
2766 or Pamm Klieman at 982-4130.
Nominees for Joyce Stewart Award
In celebration of Women’s History
Month, the Naval Surface Warfare Cen-
ter, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC
PHD), is hosting a presentation by the
police chiefs of Oxnard, Geri Williams,
and Port Hueneme, Kathleen Sheehan.
Their talk on Monday, March 28, is
at 1:30 p.m. in Building 1388, the audio-
visual center at NSWC PHD.
Williams is the first woman to serve
as the police chief of the city of Ox-
nard.
Sheehan is the first female police chief
of Port Hueneme.
The talk is presented by the Federal
Women’s Program, a committee of the
Equal Employment Opportunity Coun-
cil for Naval Base Ventura County.
Women police chiefs speak March 28
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
A new youth sports coordi-
nator is now on board Naval
Base Ventura County.
Brett Lane, 30, comes to the
base from the Camarillo
YMCA, where he served for
four years as the programdirec-
tor, overseeing sports programs
for all ages.
“I absolutely love kids, and
my goal is to create the best
youth sports and fitness pro-
gram around,” Lane said. “I
want to expose these kids to as
much stuff as possible so they
can find what it is they truly
enjoy.”
Right now, Lane is focusing
on spring soccer. Sign-ups are
taking place through April 29
NBVC hires youth sports coordinator
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Brett Lane, the new youth sports coordinator for Naval Base Ventura County,
offers direction to youngsters at a Point Mugu after-school program. Lane is
currently conducting soccer sign-ups; other sports will follow.
Youth soccer sign-
ups are now taking
place at the Child
Development Centers
at Naval Base Ventura
County Port Hueneme
and Point Mugu.
Deadline to register
is April 29.
Soccer is open to
boys and girls ages 5
to 12.
Cost is $40 for
active duty and $45
for DoD personnel, and
that includes a skills
clinic, five Friday night
games, a soccer shirt,
socks and an end-of-
season trophy.
The skills clinic
is Friday, May 13;
the first game is
May 20; and there
are no games over
the Memorial Day
weekend.
For more
information, call 989-
5240.
Soccer sign-ups
Brett Lane comes
from Camarillo
YMCA
SEE SPORTS, PAGE 22
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Some people call the Korean War Amer-
ica’s “forgotten war.” Overshadowed by
World War II and the Vietnam War, the
Korean War is often relegated to a few
sentences in today’s text books. But the
veterans of the Korean War, many of
whom also served in World War II, is an
important study for many reasons.
Today’s column is not a study on the
Korean War. Rather, it is the story of a
Korean War veteran who proudly served
then and is still serving today by bringing
a unique comfort to today’s military chil-
dren.
John Stoeffler is a graduate of the Penn-
sylvania Military College (now Widener
University), where he, upon graduation,
was commissioned in the United States
Army and shortly thereafter deployed to
Korea. He proudly served in Korea as an
infantry officer.
While the military was not his career,
his pride, patriotismand support of those
who served remained as he pursued a civil-
ian career, first with General Electric, then
launching his own business in 1981. He is
also a columnist for the St. Louis Post-
Dispatch.
As a well-known columnist, Stoeffler
was asked to speak at a Memorial Day
event in 2008. In his remarks he made two
main points: the casualties of war are not
limited to the battlefield alone, and it is
those no longer with us that we remember
on Memorial Day. Perhaps, he said, the
way to do that is to care for and support
those left behind with whatever resources
we have.
Shortly after that event Stoeffler awoke
with those points and the children of the
fallen on his mind. His thoughts turned
to his own children and grandchildren.
He reflected on how their “Lamby” and
“blankies” brought such comfort to his
young ones. Then, he mused, “What if …
what if we could make small pillows —
soft, fleece-backed pillows with an im-
printed photo of a deployed mom or dad
on it? What if we could make them and
give them for free to the children of de-
ployed service members?”
With that “crazy idea,”the Pillow Proj-
ect was born.
John and his lovely wife, Linda, em-
barked upon this new venture: to provide
pillows to children whose parents are de-
ployed for at least three months. Linda
and a fewof her friends do the sewing and
John takes care of converting submitted
photos of service members into the soft,
durable pillow tops for their child.
Since that time, John and Linda, their
partners and friends have distributed more
than 3,000 free pillows to children of de-
ployed. John speaks of the day they had
to shut down the website:
“We were swamped! The USS Dwight
D. Eisenhower was deploying. Someone
showed one of our pillows to the FRG
and within three days we had over 500
orders for pillows. We shut down the web-
site till we could catch up. It was a great
problem to face.”
Read about these pillows or order one
for your child at www.pillowprojectusa.
com. All pillows are free, but they do ask
for assistance with shipping. They also
welcome partnerships and donations to
help defray the cost of materials.
John and Linda, thank you for your
continued service and sacrifice to support
today’s military children.
— Connect with Beth Wilson at beth@
homefrontinfocus.com.
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days we had over 500
orders for pillows.
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Recent events in Japan serve as a re-
minder to us all that disaster can strike at
any time.
Operation Prepare is Navy Region
Southwest’s family emergency prepared-
ness program. It suggests three simple
steps: Be informed, have a plan, and make
a kit.
These three steps can also be taken to
ensure your children are prepared while
at school.
Be informed
Knowing what to do can make all the
difference when seconds count. Find out
what the school’s disaster plan is.
• If the school will be evacuated, where
will the students be taken? And how will
they be transported?
• If you live on base, will your regular
school transportation be available? Will
your carpool driver or the school bus have
access?
• Has the school discussed emergency
plans with the students?
Have a plan
Consider the range of possibilities and
places you might be.
• Do you have a back-up plan if you are
unable to pick up your child from
school?
• Do you have local friends, family or
neighbors on your child’s emergency au-
thorization form for your child to be re-
leased to?
• Have you talked to your child about
possible plans, specifically considering
natural disasters common in your local
community?
Make a kit
Consider the basics of survival and also
special needs.
• Does the school have water bottles and
basic essentials if children must “shelter
in place?” How can you assist the school
to obtain supplies?
• Is the school notified of medical con-
ditions and have necessary medications
for your child?
• Can you give your child an extra water
bottle or granola bar in their backpack,
lunch or to keep in their locker in the event
of an emergency?
Schools work hard to be prepared for
an emergency, but as parents, it is impor-
tant that you are informed and well pre-
pared as well. Think of ways you can help
the schools and your children to be best
equipped to respond in an emergency.
For more information about preparing
your home and family for a disaster, con-
tact the Naval Base Ventura County Fleet
& Family Support Center at 982-5037.
Offering literature and classes in emer-
gency preparedness, the FFSCcan connect
you to essential resources.
— Contact NBVC School Liaison Officer
Monica James at 989-5211 with any school
emergency preparedness or K-12 education
questions.
Make sure kids are prepared for disaster
School
connection
with Monica
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Mark your calendars for Family
Robotics Nights at the youth cen-
ters from 5 to 7 p.m. April 6 at
Point Mugu, April 7 at Port Hue-
neme and April 8 at Camarillo.
Robot kits provided by a sponsor-
ship from Time Warner Cable, like
the Mars Rover shown here, will
be provided to 100 families. Neal
Friedman of Robotics and Things
will lead families in their efforts to
build a family robot and showhow
they can add to it once they take it
home. They can then bring it to
Kids’ Day on April 30 for a Robot-
ics Competition. Register at one of
the CYP Youth Centers.
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I recently read a story about a church
that split from another church over dis-
agreements. They refused to fellowship,
interact or work together within the com-
munity. After some time passed during
Bible study at the new church, one of the
congregation members approached the
pastor and said, “Do you trust me?” The
pastor replied, “Yes.”The man addressed
the congregation and began speaking
about the lack of love and unity that ex-
isted within their congregation. He di-
rected them to get up and go to another
person in the church, hug them and tell
them they loved them. He had to say it
twice before they actually did what he
asked.
After they finished extending love to-
ward each other, the man said, “Now let’s
visit the church we left and tell them we
love them.” No one moved.
The pastor addressed the congregation
and informed them that he was going to
speak on strengthening Christian relation-
ships, but this man had done a much bet-
ter job. So most of them went to the
other church, and before the final prayer
the same man asked if he could address
the congregation. The pastor agreed. He
said, “Since we left this church there has
been animosity between us. We love you
and ask for your forgiveness and desire to
have full fellowship once again.” People
began confessing sins to each other, apol-
ogizing and acknowledging what they did
wrong. Soon laughter, crying, hugs and
kisses could be seen among everyone in-
teracting in what became a restoration
session. There were so many people that
attended that, as they lined up to enter the
old church, it looked like they were at-
tending a funeral. One man responded,
“We are going to a funeral, we are dying
to ourselves.”
You can read the full story at http://
www.sermoncentral.com/illustrations/sto-
ries-about-Grudges.asp.
One of the most unfortunate common
attributes of humanity is holding grudges.
Holding a grudge demands effort and en-
ergy. This is accomplished by repeatedly
reliving the alleged offense by talking and
thinking about it, in addition to avoiding
the person who has offended you. This
effort sustains the grudge and, if left in-
tact, will begin to attract friends like bit-
terness, resentment, anger, animosity, hate,
malice and hostility.
I’m sure you have heard people say,
“Just let it go and move on.” Many times
this just sounds like words without a
manual explaining howit should be done.
Recipients of this information are con-
fused and stuck because they are not re-
ally holding on to the grudge because they
really like being miserable — it is because
they haven’t figured out how to let go.
I have come to know and understand
that nothing is too difficult for God. If
you allowHis love to fill your heart, mind
and spirit, then you have the ingredient
needed to release any negative emotions
causing you to hold grudges. Let the love
of God infiltrate your being so that you
can extend love to others. Saying you love
someone is just words, but putting love
into action by refusing to keep record of
wrongs is much more powerful!
It is my prayer for each of us that we
move past the past and plan to love each
day intentionally.
Letting go of a grudge can avoid bitterness, resentment
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
Chaplain’s
corner
with Lt. Deann
Coleman
The 2011 Lent and Holy Week sched-
ule continues this month at Naval Base
Ventura County.
For Roman Catholics, Community
Stations of the Cross with school chil-
dren are taking place at the Point Mugu
Chapel of Faith at 6 p.m. March 24,
March 31, April 7 and April 14. At the
Port Hueneme Seabee Chapel, services
begin at 6:30 p.m. March 25, April 1,
April 8 and April 15. Each service will
be followed by a soup supper and pot-
luck.
The Roman Catholic schedule contin-
ues with Palm Sunday services April 17
at 9 a.m. at Point Mugu and at 11:15
a.m. at Port Hueneme; Maundy Thurs-
day services at 6:30 p.m. April 21, at Port
Hueneme, followed by family sharing
supper and potluck; Good Friday ser-
vices April 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Port Hue-
neme, followed by a soup supper and
potluck; and Easter Sunday Catholic
Mass April 24 at 9 a.m. at Point Mugu
and 11:15 a.m. at Port Hueneme.
Easter egg hunts will follow both Eas-
ter Sunday services.
The Protestant worship schedule in-
cludes Palm Sunday services April 17 at
9 a.m. at Port Hueneme and 11:15 a.m.
at Point Mugu; Good Friday Cantata
service at 5 p.m. April 22 at Port Huen-
eme; and Easter Sunday services at 9
a.m. at Port Hueneme and 11:15 a.m. at
Point Mugu, plus a 6:30 a.m. sunrise
service in the Seabee Chapel courtyard
at Port Hueneme.
An Easter egg hunt will follow the
11:15 a.m. Point Mugu Chapel of Faith
service.
For any questions regarding Passover
services, please contact the Port Huen-
eme Seabee Chapel at 982-4358 or the
Point Mugu Chapel of Faith at 989-
7967.
Lent and Holy Week activities continue at base chapels
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PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Roads leading to the beach at Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu were closed
and the Beach Motel and RV Park were evacuated for a few hours on Friday, March
11, as precautionary measures for a post-quake tsunami. No damage was reported
at either Point Mugu or Port Hueneme. Ventura Harbor several miles to the north,
however, sustained damage to docks and kayaks, forcing the cancellation of a
Religious Ministries community relations event set for March 18 to clean city-owned
docks and kayaks.
TSUNAMI: NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS
The Tax Center at Naval Base Ventura
County, Port Hueneme, is preparing
taxes for free until April 15.
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
program serves all active duty personnel
from all branches, their dependents and
retirees.
VITAcan help with the electronic filing
of federal and state tax returns, saving
most people more than $100 in prepara-
tion fees.
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 Saturdays.
Returns are done on a first-come, first-
served basis.
For more information, call the Naval
Legal Service Office at 982-3124.
Get your taxes prepared for free
Chess, anyone?
Applications are nowbeing accepted for
the 2011 Navy Chess Team.
Current active duty personnel serving
in the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard or Public
Health Service may apply as long as they
have command authorization. Applicants
must also be members in good standing
in the U.S. Chess Federation and have
established a federation rating.
Deadline is March 31.
Applications are accepted via e-mail at
navy.chess.fct@navy.mil, via fax at 202-
433-0936 or via mail by sending an ap-
plication to Commander Navy Installa-
tions Command, Fleet and Family
Readiness N923, Attn: Navy Chess Team,
716 Sicard St. SE, Suite 1000, Washington
Navy Yard D.C. 20374-5140.
Those who are selected to take part in
the All-Navy Chess Qualifier April 29
through May 1 in Mississippi, will be in-
formed no later than April 15.
To contact CNIC (N923C), please call
COM(202) 433-6935 or e-mail navy.chess.
fct@navy.mil.
Applications being taken for chess team
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By Nadine Gamble
NMCRS director, NBVC
The main goal of the Navy Marine
Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Active
Duty Fund Drive is two-fold.
First, NMCRS uses the fund drive to
spread the word on services that are avail-
able. The second goal is to give 100 percent
of all Sailors and Marines an opportu-
nity to contribute. To suggest an amount
that each person should contribute vio-
lates the Active Duty Fund Drive Manu-
al.
Regardless of the fund drive manual,
fund drive representatives in commands
always get the question, “What should I
give?”Consider this: Would you buy your
friend a coffee? A conservative amount
for a cup of coffee is $1.25. Would you do
this every week? Have you ever thought
about what NMCRS could do with that
same $1.25 a week? Think about it. An
allotment of $1.25 a week adds up to $5
a month or $60 a year.
At Naval Base Ventura County alone,
that could generate more than $300,000
a year! Given that the Society leverages
each dollar donated into about $5 or $6
in loans — because our Sailors and Ma-
rines are so good about paying the Society
back — that $300,000 grows to close to
$2 million!
Considering that in 2010 your local
NMCRS office distributed over $495,000
in interest-free loans and grants and raised
about $73,000, each dollar collected at
NBVC is used to help other Sailors and
Marines right here. Help take care of your
shipmates! Fill out your allotment to-
day!
How will NMCRS use your donation?
NMCRS provides interest-free loans and
grants to eligible clients for verified emer-
gencies like food, rent, utilities, child care,
car repairs and dental co-pays for depen-
dent care. Other services include a thrift
shop run by NMCRS volunteers on Port
Hueneme, layettes for expectant parents
and budget counseling. More information
is available online at www.nmcrs.org.
NMCRS welcomes volunteers for those
who cannot contribute. Volunteers provide
the majority of the services for clients in
Ventura County. All training is provided
by NMCRS. Reimbursement for child care
and mileage is available. Call 982-4409 to
find out about the next volunteer orienta-
tion and find out how you can begin serv-
ing your military community.
The Active Duty Fund Drive runs
through April 15. Lt. James Jones and
Chief Religious Program Specialist Alan
Grow are the fund drive coordinators for
2011 at NBVC. For questions, contact
them by email: james.w.jones5@navy.mil
or alan.grow@navy.mil.
That daily cup of coffee could be $60 a year for NMCRS
The NMCRS Office will be closed for
a Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on
March 31 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
• Thrift Shop: (Bldg. 829, Port Huen-
eme): Open Monday and Wednesday, 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. Low-cost uniforms, civil-
ian clothing, baby items, household items
and more. Prices start at 5 cents!
• Budget for Baby: Tuesday, April 12,
and Tuesday, May 10, from 6 to 7 p.m.
Lunchtime class Wednesday, April 20,
from noon to 1 p.m. Learn how your new
bundle of joy will impact your budget
and how to pay for all those additional
expenses like formula, diapers, clothing
and car seats. Participants will receive
Baby’s First Seabag, filled with newborn
items from Gerber, at least one hand-
made item and a new outfit for your
baby.
• Volunteer Orientation: Tuesday, April
5, at 1 p.m. Recruiting Office staff, Thrift
Shop cashiers and Budget for Baby in-
structors. Reimbursement for child care
and mileage. Snacks provided.
Information: 982-4409.
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Newly installed glass doors in the com-
missary’s dairy department at Naval Base
Ventura County Port Hueneme are saving
$900 a month in utility bills, according to
the store director, Billy Benner.
“Between the energy savings, the finan-
cial savings and the fact that the dairy
products are staying fresher for a longer
period of time, this project can’t be beat,”
Benner said.
The dairy doors, which replaced long
strips of plastic, cost $70,000, and instal-
lation cost another $50,000, Benner
said.
“We’ll make that up in no time,” he
said.
Shoppers are commenting that the dairy
department seems to have better lighting,
and employees have noted that the shelves
are easier to clean and load.
Benner said the plastic strips, which
customers had to reach through to grab
a jug of milk, were 3 years old, inconve-
nient and not very attractive.
“Plus, they were not very effective,” he
said. “They didn’t do much to save ener-
gy.”
The new system is made even more ef-
ficient after the store closes, when workers
pull down curtains inside the glass to save
even more energy.
Benner said dairy sales are up 15 to 20
percent, and he credits the new doors and
their cleaner, neater appearance.
Next up: More energy-efficient meat
display cases are planned for 2012.
Commissary’s new
dairy doors save
energy, money
A self-service employment verification
tool is nowavailable via the Defense Civil-
ian Personnel Data System (DCPDS) —
My Biz.
This tool allows employees to submit
employment information requests that
need to go to an external organization
(business, bank, loan providers, etc.) di-
rectly from DCPDS. The verification is
sent via secure Internet. The service pro-
vides employees complete control of who
receives their information.
Try it by e-mailing your employment
and/or salary verification to yourself. Log
on to the DCPDS portal https://compo.
dcpds.cpms.osd.mil/ (Navy Region). Un-
der the Navigator, click on My Biz, then
Employment Verification.
My Biz pulls the information directly
from the DCPDS official system of re-
cord.
Employment and Salary Information
provided includes:
• Employee Name
• Information Current ‘As Of’: (date of
request)
• Employer Name
• Simple Address (city, state, zip)
• Division/Location
• Social Security Number (last 4-digits
only)
• Employment Status (e.g. “Active”)
• Most Recent Start Date (Agency-DON
EOD)
• Original Hire Date (service computa-
tion date)
• Total Time with Employer (federal
civilian service)
• Job Title
• Rate of Pay (annual or hourly)
• Average Hours Per Pay Period
• Base Pay
• Other Income
• Total Pay
• Overtime
• Commission
• Bonuses
• Reference Number
You can use this information to verify
your employment and salary for a variety
of purposes, and the data will be directed
to your intended recipient via e-mail. If
you have not already done so, you may
need to register your CAC for access to
My Biz before utilizing the employment
verification option.
Employment verification tool available
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Estella Craven, acting store secretary for the
Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme
commissary, tries out the new dairy doors
that are saving the store hundreds of dollars
a month in energy costs.
Manager. Barrv Thµrston, USN Ret|red
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Carrier Airborne Command
and Control Squadron 116
(VAW-116), returned home to
Naval Base Ventura County
Point Mugu on Friday, March
18, following a seven-month de-
ployment to the Arabian Sea and
Indian Ocean in support of Op-
eration Enduring Freedom on-
board USS Abraham Lincoln
(CVN 72).
Youngsters ran out to greet
their returning parents as the
four E-2C Hawkeye planes, each
with an aircrew of five, shut off
their engines after performing the
traditional flyover of “Hawkeye
Country,” the massive squadron
hangar.
The remainder of the 150-per-
son “Sun Kings” squadron re-
turned the following day, March
19, when the Lincoln sailed into
San Diego.
“I’ve always said the best day
of a mission is coming home,”
said Capt. Jim McHugh, com-
manding officer of Naval Base
Ventura County who was on
hand to return the air crews.
“This is a great time for fami-
lies.”
Julie Dale, whose spouse,
Cmdr. Paul Dale is the executive
officer of the squadron, had
dressed up her two daughters and
pulled the older one out of school
to greet their dad.
“We have wonderful support
from the school for this,” she
said, just before Casey, 3, and
Summer, 7, tore out of the han-
gar and raced into their dad’s
arms.
The squadron flew 205 mis-
sions in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom and 14 for
Operation New Dawn. Total
flight hours for the deployment
were 1,564.
The E-2C acts as an airborne
command and control platform,
positioning itself between the
ship and other aircraft to relay
communications, coordinate air-
to-air refueling, handle aircraft
emergencies and provide infor-
mation from the battlefield to
warfare commanders through
data-link and satellite radio com-
munications.
Since leaving NBVC in Sep-
tember 2010, the Sun Kings par-
ticipated in air defense exercises
and earned the Blue Maward for
excellence in medical readiness.
The squadron visited Malaysia,
Dubai, Bahrain and Singapore.
VAW-116 returns home after seven-month deployment
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
The VAW-116 aircrew returns to Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu
on Friday, March 18.
Children race out to their VAW-116 parents who are returning after a
seven-month deployment.
Casey Dale, the daughter of Julie
and Cmdr. Paul Dale, and Aidan
Finn, son of Michele and Lt. Cmdr.
Michael Finn, watch as the VAW-
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Culinary Specialist 2nd Class (Surface
Warfare) Joe C. Rubalicado and Construc-
tion Mechanic 1st Class (Surface Warfare)
Jay N. Graphman were named Military
Persons of the Year by the Port Hueneme
Chamber of Commerce.
The awards were presented on Friday,
March 18, by Capt. Jim McHugh, com-
manding officer, Naval Base Ventura
County.
Rubalicado, the 2010 NBVC Junior
Sailor of the Year, is the food service as-
sistant watch captain and administrative
petty officer at the Port Hueneme Galley.
Graphman, the 2010 NBVC Shore Sailor
of the Year, is the Navy Military Training
(NMT) leading petty officer at the Naval
Construction Training Center Construc-
tion Mechanic “A” School.
“These men were awarded Military Per-
sons of the Year for their outstanding
performance and their service to not only
the United States Navy but to the com-
munity of Port Hueneme,”said Chamber
President and CEP Kathleen Misewitch.
“It is a great honor to present these awards
to such outstanding Sailors.”
Rubalicado, Misewitch said, “is an ag-
gressive leader who displays a take-charge
attitude.”
The Port Hueneme Galley, which the
Navy recently named as the best large-
installation shore galley in the continental
United States, serves more than over 1,000
meals daily.
Misewitch also noted Rubalicado’s com-
munity leadership.
“He is an active participant with the
Ventura County Rescue Mission and was
a driving force behind the 2010 NBVC
Combined Federal Campaign fund drive,”
she said.
Misewitch also had high praise for
Graphman, whom she called “a proven
leader and exceptional role model.”
“His selfless dedication has made a true
positive impact on the lives and careers
of over 400 new Seabees,” she said.
Graphman has been elected twice to
serve as secretary of the First and Second
Class Petty Officer Association. In this
capacity he organizes student volunteers
for community projects.
“During the last year, he helped orga-
nize 347 students in volunteering for 23
different community service events, and
personally volunteered for 15 basewide
events,” Misewitch said.
Misewitch said it was an honor for the
Port Hueneme Chamber to give out these
awards.
“Presenting these awards gave us the
privilege to say thank you in a way that
will always be remembered,” she said.
Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce honors 2 Sailors
PHOTO COURTESY PORT HUENEME CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Capt. Jim McHugh, left, commanding officer of Naval Base Ventura County, presents CS2
(SW) Joe C. Rubalicado and CM1 (SW) Jay N. Graphman with their Military Person of the
Year awards from the Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce.
Just as you and your family stepped up and chose to serve our country, more than
180,000 doctors in the West Region have stepped up to become TRICARE providers
— to serve you.
They made the choice, and now is your opportunity to thank them. With Na-
tional Doctors’ Day around the corner on March 30, you can “shout-out” on Face-
book to a special TRICARE doctor who’s made an impact in your life.
Just log onto the Facebook page of TriWest Healthcare Alliance, the company that
administers TRICARE in 21 western states, and share what makes your doctor so
special.
Find the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/triwest, and click on the “Love
Your Doc” tab on the left.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
“Partners in Education: Can Do!”
The Naval Construction Training Cen-
ter (NCTC) at Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty Port Hueneme has entered into a for-
mal partnership with Las Posas
Elementary School in Camarillo to share
special activities and educational proj-
ects.
The question is: Who will educate
whom?
“Our Sailors are going to learn just
how fun it is to teach children,” James
Martinez, the principal at Las Posas, said
just before signing the partnership agree-
ment in a special outdoor ceremony on
Friday, March 4.
“You will learn from these Sailors,” he
told the children, “but they will learn
from you.”
Cmdr. Charlie Willmore, commanding
officer of NCTC, also signed the agree-
ment, then sealed the deal by presenting
the school with an American flag that
had flown in Afghanistan’s Helmand
Province during Operation Enduring
Freedom.
Martinez then gave each of the six
NCTC representatives a glass trophy
bearing the logos of both Las Posas
School and the Seabees.
School Liaison Officer Monica James
said Las Posas was ideal for the partner-
ship because it is the neighborhood
school for Catalina Heights, the 315-unit
military housing complex in Camarillo.
About 35 percent of the nearly 500 stu-
dents at Las Posas are connected to the
military.
“This partnership will open many
doors,”James said. “It will showthat with
some positive encouragement, anything
is possible.”
Willmore said he is looking forward to
the many opportunities offered. “We
know we’ll learn a lot from you,” he told
the students. “If nothing else, I know
we’ll absorb some of your energy.”
Seabees from the NCTC have already
agreed to volunteer on an upcoming Sat-
urday afternoon to help build booths for
the annual Las Posas school carnival.
In addition, each classroom at Las Po-
sas will have one or two “Seabee buddies”
who can be called on to help during spe-
cial projects or even day-to-day lessons
in math or reading.
Joining Willmore at the ceremony were
Lt. Cmdr. Chad Koster, the executive of-
ficer of NCTC; Leading Chief Petty Of-
ficer Scottie Cox; Chief Builder Ian
Doyle; Chief Electrician’s Mate Leo Ba-
lan; and Navy Counselor 1st Class Mi-
chael Knight.
A color guard also attended and led
the students in the Pledge of Alle-
giance.
The Seabees and students didn’t have
to wait long for their partnership to take
effect. Less than a week after the cere-
mony, on Thursday, March 10, several
Seabees took part in the school’s annual
jog-a-thon fundraiser.
James said the money raised will pay
the salary of the school’s physical educa-
tion teacher, a position slashed during
recent budget cuts.
NCTC forms
elementary
partnership
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
A flag that few in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province is presented to Las Posas Elementary School by the Naval Construction Training
Center during an outdoor celebration of the partnership between the school and the Sailors.
Las Posas School next
to Catalina Heights will
share projects, activities
with Sailors
From left, EMC Leo Balan, BUC Ian Doyle and NC1 Michael Knight, all of the Naval
Construction Training Center (NCTC) at Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme shake
hands with youngsters from Las Posas Elementary School. NCTC and the school signed a
partnership agreement on March 4.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Chocolate cheesecake isn’t something
you’d expect to be served at a health fair,
but there it was, looking luscious and fat-
tening, sitting on a table at the Spring
Fling Health Fair and St. Patrick’s Day
5K outside the Bee-Fit Health and Well-
ness Center at Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty.
And next to it were doughnut holes. And
chocolate cups. And cookies.
“Go ahead!” laughed Vannesa Gonza-
les. “See what you think!”
This was no ordinary chocolate cheese-
cake. One bite and it was over – not be-
cause it was horrible, but because it was
so rich, so satisfying, that one bite was all
it took.
“That’s the beauty of it,” Gonzales ex-
plained. “You can’t eat a lot of it because
one bite and you’re satisfied. You don’t
need to eat the whole cake.”
All the treats laid out on the table con-
tained no sugar, no flour and no dairy.
The cheesecake was made of coconut oil,
cashews, pecans, agave, raw cocoa and
vanilla extract. The chocolate cups had
coconut oil, agave syrup, cacao powder,
almond butter, sunflower seeds and raisins.
The trail mix cookies were made of al-
monds, cinnamon, sea salt, walnuts, dates,
raisins and sunflower seeds.
Gonzales and two friends served dozens
of samples to the 200 people who attend-
ed the March 17 health fair, stunning
many skeptics. The spouse of Chief Build-
er Rommel Gonzales of the 31st Seabee
Readiness Group, she and Evette Trotter,
spouse of Construction Mechanic 2nd
Class Richard Trotter of the 31st Naval
Construction Regiment, and friend Heidi
Magel had spent the previous day mixing
up six different recipes and getting them
ready to serve.
The three work out together at the Bee-
Fit and have been trying new recipes for
months.
“It’s been trial-and-error on our diets,”
Magel said. “We’ve gone from Special K
to raw. Right now, we’re on guilt-free.”
Their table was one of 17 set up at the
health fair, which was organized by Ra-
mona Pagel, fitness director at NBVC.
“Our goal was to get a wide variety of
groups,” she said. “We want people to
know the Bee-Fit is here to assist them
and meet their needs.”
The American Cancer Society was there
promoting the upcoming Relay for Life,
which already has 11 Navy teams signed
up.
There was also a body-fat assessment
center and a demonstration of the TRX
Suspension Training system.
“It’s definitely a good workout,” said
Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Robert Rowe
of the Naval Facilities Expeditionary Lo-
gistics Center, who’s been taking TRX
classes at the Bee-Fit for two weeks now.
“It’s like working with weights, but you’re
using your own body as resistance. You
work all your core muscles.”
Also taking place at the Bee-Fit was a
lunchtime 5K run that drew 77 partici-
pants. The winner, Bryan Boyce, is a me-
chanical engineer at the Naval Facilities
Engineering Support Center and was run-
ning his first lunchtime 5K. He came in
with a time of 19 minutes even.
“I’ll definitely do another one,” he
said.
More than half an hour later, Meg
Swaney and Christina Martinez crossed
the finish line, coming in with a time of 51
minutes, 32 seconds. Swaney is the spouse
of Utilities Constructionman Christopher
Watkins of Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion 5, and Martinez is the spouse of
Utilities Constructionman Jesus Salinas,
also of NMCB 5.
“We walked it and chatted and had a
good time,” Martinez said.
And that’s what these lunchtime 5Ks are
all about — getting exercise and having
fun, said Amanda Haskell of Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation.
“All levels are welcome,”she said. “Peo-
ple can walk, they can bring their dogs,
they can bring strollers. Everyone is wel-
come.”
The next lunchtime 5K is April 14, an
Earth Day 5K along the beach at NBVC
Point Mugu.
Health fair,
5K run draw
crowd to
the Bee-Fit
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
A skeptical RP1 Cedric McGregory of the 30th Naval Construction
Regiment tries one of the healthy treats supplied by, from left,
Evette Trotter, Vannesa Gonzales and Heidi Magel. “That’s pretty
good,” he said after tasting the chocolate cheesecake made
without flour or sugar.
Eleven Navy teams, plus teams from every other military branch
except the Army, have already signed up for the Port Hueneme
Relay for Life, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. From
left, Dawne Griffaw, Carol Jones and Jennifer York staff a booth at
the health fair publicizing the 24-hour event set for May 14 and 15
at the Hueneme High School football field.
LS2 Joseph Viray of NFELC finishes his
40 “rows” in a TRX Suspension Training
demonstration at the March 17 health fair.
Viray did 40 pushups on the TRX first, had a
one-minute break, then did the 40 rows.
Bryan Boyce, a mechanical engineer with
the Naval Facilities Engineering Support
Center, crosses the finish line first at 19
minutes even. It was his first lunchtime 5K.
“I’ll definitely do another one,” he said.
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Registration is now open for the May 7
Naval Construction Training Center Mud
Run at NBVC Port Hueneme.
The event, which is open to the public,
begins at 12:30 p.m. at Dozer Field. It
starts with a 2-mile run and finishes with
an obstacle course through mud. Regis-
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Another 10 pounds gone.
Rhonda Youngs continues her “New
Year, New You” fitness program at the
Bee-Fit Wellness Center, Naval Base Ven-
tura County Port Hueneme, and the hard
work she has put in since Nov. 10 of last
year is paying off.
“What’s really terrific is that she has lost
6.9 percent of her body fat, and her BMI
(body mass index) has gone down two
points,” said Ramona Pagel, the base fit-
ness manager. “Really, that’s the best
gauge of healthy weight loss, much more
so than actual pounds.”
Youngs, whose husband, Ian, is a chief
construction mechanic with Construction
Battalion Maintenance Unit 303 in San
Diego, decided late last year to get in shape
through better eating habits and more
exercise. Her children are 7 and nearly 2.
“I want to be healthy and live as long
as I can for my kids,” she said at the
time.
Youngs works out for half an hour to
an hour every weekday at the Bee-Fit, usu-
ally on the elliptical machine or stationary
bicycle. She also uses free weights, and she
works her abdominals with exercise balls
and sit-ups.
She brings her daughters with her so
they can play in the children’s area.
On the food front, she is eating more
fruits and vegetables and fewer carbs, even
at social get-togethers.
On Super Bowl Sunday, for example,
she chose a turkey dog on a tortilla instead
of a regular hot dog.
And on Valentine’s Day, she limited
herself to two chocolates.
“My husband wasn’t here, so he sent
flowers and a four-pack of chocolates,”
she said. “The kids each got one chocolate
and I got two. He said he didn’t want to
send me anything he knowI wouldn’t want
to eat.”
Her daughter’s seventh birthday party
was at a pizza parlor, so she made sure she
drank a lot of water and ate a salad before
turning to the pizza.
“Just a couple of pieces and I was full,”
she said. “And I made sure I worked out
hard the day before and the day after.”
If she really wants a treat, she won’t
deprive herself.
“I’ve learned that if I do that, I’ll binge,”
she said. “I won’t get it out of my head.”
Youngs admits to feeling frustrated that
even with all the weight loss, her clothing
size hasn’t changed.
“I’m feeling more comfortable with my
weight, and I’m feeling healthier, and my
clothes are looser,” she said. “My shoes
don’t fit anymore, but I’m wearing the
same size clothing. How does that
work?”
Very well, according to Pagel.
“She’s doing everything right, and she’ll
get there,” Pagel said. “You can’t live and
die by numbers.”
Results are taking shape in ‘New Year, New You’ venture
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Rhonda Youngs continues to lose weight by
eating healthier foods and working out in
the Bee-Fit Wellness Center at Naval Base
Ventura County Port Hueneme. Here, she
hits the elliptical machine as her daughters,
7-year-old Zoey and Tatum, nearly 2, play in
the center’s child care area.
Rhonda Youngs continues her “New Year,
New You” fitness regimen.
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By Alyce Moncourtois
NSWC Port Hueneme
Experts in the field of science, math and
engineering from Naval Surface Warfare
Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC
PHD), volunteered their time to give back
to the community by participating as
judges at the Hueneme High School Sci-
ence Fair last month.
Each judge carefully examined their
respective projects prior to the students
arriving so they would be prepared with
appropriate questions.
“I looked over all the projects and they
seem to be very well done for the ninth-
grade level,”said NSWCPHDelectronics
engineer Adham Taher.
Once the flood of students poured
through the venue doors on Feb. 8, the
judges set out to quiz the students about
their projects.
NSWC PHD electrical engineer Tad
Dougherty asked ninth grader Erica Da-
bao about her project, titled “Ultraviolet
Index.”She explained her research in great
detail and said the tricky part about her
project was “collecting the data because
it was dependent on the weather.”
Other students commented on why they
chose a particular topic.
“I’m very interested in baseball; in fact,
I play on the high school varsity team,”
said Matthew Valencia, a ninth grader
whose project was “What Works Best –
Maple, White Ash or Bamboo Wooden
Bats?” His findings revealed … bamboo.
Summing up her experience, NSWC
PHD mechanical engineer Lizbeth
Figueroa said, “The students did a great
job with their research and explaining
their processes. I hope to see some of these
projects at the Ventura County Science
Fair.”
NSWC PHD, a tenant command of
Naval Base Ventura County, is an avid
supporter of community-related, science
and technology events.
The command champions a variety
of programs involving local schools,
such as the Pre-engineering Program for
high school students and an annual
rocket-building competition for middle
school students.
NSWC PHD
judges Hueneme
High contest
PHOTO BY ALYCE MONCOURTOIS / NSWC PORT HUENEME
Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division engineer Tad Dougherty asks
Hueneme High School ninth grader Gerardo Landeros about his science project, “Sweet
Spot on a Baseball Bat,” during the school’s science fair on Feb. 8. The Ventura County
Science Fair is coming up April 6 at Seaside Park in Ventura, and judges with science
backgrounds are needed to help rate the hundreds of exhibits that will be on display.
Professionals in the sciences are needed
to volunteer as judges for the 2011 Ven-
tura County Science Fair, set for April 6
at Seaside Park in Ventura.
Close to 1,000 students fromthroughout
Ventura County, grades 6 through 12, will
enter their projects in the 57th annual fair,
sponsored by the Ventura County Office
of Education, along with County School
Federal Credit Union, Amgen and various
science-related organizations.
The judging portion of the fair will be
held on April 6, beginning at 8 a.m., with
a continental breakfast and orientation.
Lunch also will be provided, and the day’s
activities will end at approximately 4
p.m.
Judges are needed in the following cat-
egories: Animal Behavioral and Social
Sciences; Chemistry; Human Behavioral
and Social Sciences; Earth, Space and
Environmental Sciences; Biochemistry;
Engineering; Botany; Mathematics, Com-
puter Science and Electronics; Human
Biology; Product Science: Physical (Junior
Division Only); Microbiology; Physics;
Product Science: Biological (Junior Divi-
sion Only); and Zoology.
Judges’ application forms are available
by visiting the Ventura County Science
Fair’s Web site at www.vcoe.org/sc, or by
calling Coordinator John Tarkany at 437-
1501.
Judges needed
at countywide
science fair
By EOCN Stacy Williams
NMCB 3
NIMRUZ PROVINCE, Afghanistan
– Twenty-six Seabees from Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3 rede-
ployed from Camp Leatherneck to For-
ward Operating Base Delaram II last
month to provide Marine Corps units with
construction and engineering support.
NMCB3 has been in Afghanistan since
November, but NMCB 18 was manning
the detachment at DelaramII until Febru-
ary. With NMCB 18 leaving the theater,
and the overall number of battalions in
Afghanistan reducing from four to two,
NMCB 3 has been re-aligning itself to
maintain the same level of support for the
coalition forces throughout Afghanistan.
Although NMCB 3 has only been at De-
laramII for a fewweeks, they have already
made significant improvements to the
compound.
Almost immediately, the construction
mechanics and equipment operators rear-
ranged the equipment yard, created an
equipment dispatch office and set up the
mechanic shop.
“I noticed that we could be much more
efficient with just a few organizational
changes,”said Construction Mechanic 1st
Class (SCW) Nicholas Vicars, the detach-
ment’s lead mechanic. “Also, with the
upcoming rain, adding gravel and doing
some site work will pay dividends for all
the vehicles that travel through our com-
pound.”
At the same time, the camp maintenance
team, consisting of utilitiesmen and con-
struction electricians, worked on quality
of life improvements for the camp. They
created an office space for meetings and
training by removing walls from individ-
ual offices, creating a collective working
area. The team also built a gym and a
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
area for the detachment to spend their off-
duty hours.
While some of the teammade improve-
ments to the Seabee camp, the rest of the
detachment immediately began construc-
tion on a Southwest American (SWA) hut
for Regimental Combat Team 8 (RCT-8).
This building will be a 32-by-120-foot of-
fice for RCT-8’s Safety, Civil Affairs, Pub-
lic Affairs, Combat Camera, Scan Eagle,
Embedded Training Team and Female
Engagement Team.
“I’m happy with the work ethic that
this crew has displayed,” said Builder
1st Class (SCW) Stephen Boyce, the
project supervisor. “With their eagerness
to learn and work, you can’t even tell
they haven’t done this before.”
The detachment is scheduled to com-
plete this SWA hut and build two ad-
ditional SWA huts to provide for medi-
cal, dental and operations spaces. All
of this is scheduled to be done before
the end of NMCB 3’s deployment this
summer.
“This may be just the beginning for
this detachment, but the impact they are
making to support the mission is already
great in size,” said Chief Steelworker
(SCW/FMF) Mark Pembleton, the de-
tachment assistant officer in charge.
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Bee Club scholarship
The Bee Club of Naval Base Ventura
County is offering a “Can Do” scholar-
ship that is open to any qualified student
graduating from a Ventura County high
school (including GEDand home school
graduate) who is a dependent of any
military member assigned to Naval Base
Ventura County.
Two individual $1,000 scholarships will
be awarded this year.
The Bee Club is a naval officers’ spous-
es group whose mission is to promote
Seabee and Civil Engineer Corps heri-
tage, and to provide friendship, mentor-
ship, social activities and support
amongst the spouses of military officers
in the Ventura County area. Scholarship
monies were raised at the Bee Club’s fall
auction and continue to be generated
through the sale of a Seabee cookbook,
aprons and tile trivets.
Scholarship applications are available
online at www.BeeClub.org and will be
accepted through April 15.
For more information about the Bee
Club and the “Can Do” scholarship re-
quirements and application, visit: http://
www.BeeClub.org or call Kelsie Garin
at 240-3092.
Cub Scouts recruiting
All boys in first through fifth grade are
invited to join Cub Scouts Pack 3248. A
sign-up and orientation will be held from
6 to 8 p.m. Friday, March 25, in the
NBVC Point Mugu Chapel fellowship
room.
The pack’s sponsor is the NBVCPoint
Mugu Chief Petty Officer Association.
Information: 482-8938.
Lodge items for sale
The last day of a liquidation sale at
the Navy Lodge takes place from 1 to
2:30 p.m. Thursday, March 24, at the
Navy Lodge, Building 1172, Naval Base
Ventura County Port Hueneme.
Towels, linens, shampoo, conditioner,
bath soap and some kitchen items, in-
cluding cooking utensils, are being
sold.
“Many of the items are either slightly
damaged or no longer meet our Navy
Lodge standards,” said Manager James
Tiqui.
For more information call 985-2624.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
The assistant food service officer of the
Port Hueneme galley at Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) is retiring on April
1 with the gift he hoped for: a 26-year ca-
reer bookended by the Navy’s top award
for galleys.
Senior Chief Culinary Specialist Cesar
Ortiz Cabotage spent his first year after
boot camp aboard USS Carl Vinson
(CVN-70), and at the end of that year, the
ship received the 1985 Capt. Edward F.
Ney Memorial Food Service Award.
Afewweeks ago, Cabotage learned that
NBVC Port Hueneme was receiving the
2011 award for having the best galley in
the continental United States, a first for
the base.
“This is my gift,” he said. “To be retir-
ing at the same time Port Hueneme re-
ceives the Ney Award is a dream come
true.”
Cabotage, who has been at NBVC for
almost three years, oversawthe renovation
of the Port Hueneme galley, which is
housed in a building constructed in 1953.
New tables, new chairs, giant neon lights
with “Bee’stro” signs, new floor carpets
and tiles, brand new galley equipment,
even a plasma TV were added.
Next Cabotage oversaw the adoption
of the Navy’s “healthy choice” menu,
which not only emphasized more nutri-
tious ingredients — whole wheat bread,
low-fat milk, fewer fried items and more
fruits and vegetables, for example — but
alsosynchronizedday-to-day menus across
the entire Navy.
“This way, if a ship pulls into Port Hue-
neme and is out of one of the menu in-
gredients, we can resupply,” Cabotage
explained.
The newmenu also features more selec-
tion at the salad bar.
Judging for the Ney Award required
intense cleaning of the galley — “They
used a toothpick to check for dirt,”Cabo-
tage said — and a thorough check of all
records, inventory, equipment and stored
items.
Cabotage was especially proud that the
galley did well in customer survey respons-
es during the inspection.
“People said they were happy to come
here and eat, that it was like going to a
restaurant,” he said.
Cabotage was born and raised in the
Philippines andgraduatedfromthe Mapua
Institute of Technology with a degree in
civil engineering before joining the mili-
tary at the age of 25.
In addition to USS Carl Vinson, he
served on board Naval Air Station Alam-
eda, USS Kiska (AE-35) in Concord and
Naval Air Station Lemoore. He was also
in Naval Mobile Construction Battalions
40 and 3 before coming to NBVC.
His days of serving several hundred
breakfasts, lunches and dinners may not
be over. He is considering a food service
manager position at a galley in Afghani-
stan.
“I like the teamwork,” he said of work-
ing in a kitchen. “It’s just like football.
You have a quarterback, you have line-
backers. Everybody is good at each thing
they do.”
Cabotage says he is proud of all those
long hours spent working — 26 years and
29 days, to be exact.
“It’s now time to hang up my uniform
and pass on my hat to the next young ser-
vice member,” he said.
Galley award-winner hangs up his hat
PHOTO COURTESY SCCS CESAR O. CABOTAGE
SCCS Cesar Ortiz Cabotage, shown here in front of the Port Hueneme galley, prepares to
retire after a 26-year career bookended by the Navy’s top culinary award.
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By MC1 Russ Stewart
NMCB 4
Lt. John Higdon of Naval Mobile Con-
struction Battalion (NMCB) 4 accepted
the Engineer of the Year Award — and
the battalion’s commanding officer, La
Tanya Simms, accepted the Project of the
Year Award for the battalion’s construc-
tion of Forward Operating Base Deh Dadi
in Afghanistan — during the National
Engineers Week banquet held March 3 at
the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
in Simi Valley.
When told he had won the Society of
American Military Engineers’ (SAME)
award, Higdon said, “I am humbled and
honored by the efforts of the NMCB 4
Seabees in Konduz, to be recognized by
SAME. It is a testament to the leadership
and ‘can do’ attitude of Seabees like Mas-
ter Sgt. Paul Tholen, Equipment Operator
1st Class John Ward and Steel Worker 1st
Class Douglas White.”
Capt. David Sasek, president of the
SAMEOxnard-Ventura Post and the chief
staff officer of Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty, presented both awards on stage as the
master of ceremonies declared the many
accomplishments of Higdon and the bat-
talion during their deployment to Af-
ghanistan from January to August 2010.
Each year, SAME presents awards to
those fromthe uniformed services and the
private sector in recognition of achieve-
ment in support of the engineering profes-
sion, the nation’s national security objec-
tives and the SAME Strategic Plan.
“On our level, recognition is always
good — good for morale, good for moti-
vation. Every human wants to know their
work is valued and would like to hear
“Good job!” every now and then,” said
Simms. “From a Naval Construction
Force perspective, awards and recognition
are excellent because they publicly ac-
knowledge what we inherently know, and
that is the NCF is the engineer force of
choice in all of DOD.”
She added: “When FOB Deh Dadi
earned recognition as project of the year,
I was excited that SAME recognized the
incredible feat of turning a green field into
a 300-acre FOB with berthing, galleys,
command and control facilities, gyms, fuel
points, etc., and proud to be a member of
NMCB 4.”
Engineers honor NMCB 40
PHOTOS BY MC1 RUSSELL STEWART / NMCB 4
At left, Lt. John Hidgon of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 accepts the Society of
American Military Engineers’ Engineer of the Year Award, presented by Capt. David Sasek,
president of the Oxnard-Ventura post of SAME and the chief staff officer of Naval Base
Ventura County. Higdon was recognized for his performance as officer-in-charge of his
Seabee detail at Forward Operating Base Konduz in Afghanistan. Above, Cmdr. La Tanya
Simms, commanding officer of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4, accepts the Society
of American Military Engineers’ Project of the Year Award from Sasek. The battalion
was recognized for its construction of Forward Operating Base Deh Dadi in Afghanistan.
Simms said the battalion turned what was basically a “green field” into a 300-acre forward
operating base with berthing, galleys, command and control facilities and fuel points.
Lieutenant is named Engineer of the Year, and
battalion’s forward operating base in Afghanistan
wins Project of the Year.
On our level,
recognition is always
good — good for
morale, good for
motivation.
— Cmdr. La Tanya Simms, NMCB 40
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By MCC (NAC/EXW) Michael B. Watkins
NMCB 40
DEH DADI TWO, Afghanistan —
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 40 conducted a “Cas-
ing of the Colors” ceremony on March
15 on camp Deh Dadi II, Afghanistan,
turning over a large forward operating
base built completely by Seabees.
Deh Dadi II will be a major hub in the
new northern distribution network as
supplies needed for war-fighting efforts
are channeled into the country.
Originally started by NMCB 4 in
March 2010, Deh Dadi was just an open
field outside of Mazar-E-Sharif. Nearly
one year to the day, Seabees from NMCB
40 handed over the more than 200-acre
base, making it the first of its size in Af-
ghanistan built entirely by Seabees. It is
also the largest earth-moving project
since World War II.
The new FOB is currently home to
more than 2,500 soldiers, said NMCB 40
Commanding Officer Tim DeWitt.
“It’s been exactly one year since the
Seabees arrived at Deh Dadi Two,” said
DeWitt. “This time last year this was
nothing more than barren land.”
“It’s truly amazing at what you have
accomplished in one year here,” said
Army Brigadier Gen. Lester Simpson,
commanding general, Task Force Ham-
mer.
“Today is a bittersweet moment,” said
Simpson. “The relationships you have
forged working with Task Force Hammer
will be missed, but you can leave here
today with your head held high knowing
that you did an outstanding job and your
hard work improved the facilities for the
people of Afghanistan.”
Navy Capt. Allan Stratman, commo-
dore of the 25th Naval Construction
Regiment, talked about the many accom-
plishments of NMCB 40, including the
completion of a trauma center and clos-
ing the gap of what is known as “The
Golden Hour” in getting wounded sol-
diers to critical care.
“If I had one word for what you have
done here it would be pride,” said Strat-
man. “Today we close another chapter
in the Seabee legacy.”
Casing of the Colors finishes
Seabees’ tenure at Deh Dadi II
Photo by MCC MiChael b. Watkins / nMCb 40
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40’s Command Master Chief Corey Heinrich presents the
battalion colors to NMCB 40 Commanding Officer Tim DeWitt in a Casing of the Colors ceremony
on Forward Operating Base Deh Dadi II, Afghanistan, on March 15.
This time last year
this was nothing
more than barren
land.
— NMCB 40 Commanding Officer
Tim DeWitt
Chanting “Thank you, Seabees! Thank you,
Seabees!” 45 youngsters from Parkview Elemen-
tary School in Port Hueneme greeted more than
300 Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 40 returning home to Naval
Base Ventura County on Friday, March 11.
Fourth- through sixth-graders in Parkview’s
after-school program took a bus to the air ter-
minal at NBVC Point Mugu to meet in person
the men and women they had sent valentines
and care packages to during the Seabees’ nine-
month deployment to Afghanistan.
“Everything they did kept everyone’s spirits
up, especially during the holidays,” said Lt.
Cmdr. Julie Hrdlicka, executive officer of
NMCB 40.
Parkview Principal Heidi Haines was just as
appreciative.
“It meant the world to the kids to see these
Seabees come home safely,” she said. “It was
everything I had hoped for and more.”
The Parkview project began on Veterans Day
of last year when Equipment Operator Senior
Chief Alesia Stokes and Construction Electri-
cian Chief Lynn Rodriguez visited the school
to explain the significance of the holiday and
what work Seabees do.
The students asked what they could do to
show their gratitude, and Stokes replied, “Please
send care packages to our deployed troops.”
In a project organized by Parkview teacher
Amanda Glover, the students did just that, then
followed up with a flood of valentines in Feb-
ruary.
Builder Constructionman Apprentice Dereck
Bonner said he appreciated the notes from
home.
“It was very nice,” he said. “Everything they
did was highly appreciated.”
Among their many accomplishments of their
nine-month deployment, the Seabees:
• Completed 142 construction projects valued
at $20 million.
• In support of Operation Hamkari, con-
structed 32 police stations and hardened build-
ings for government officials, nine tactical op-
erations centers, two 600-man tent camps, three
checkpoints and 12 combat outposts and com-
pleted 15 kilometers of route improvements
throughout the Arghandab and Panjawai dis-
tricts.
• Constructed critical helicopter landing
zones at Forward Op-
eration Base (FOB)
Khelegay, FOB Kun-
duz and FOB Monitor
(Sheberghan), improv-
ing response times for
medical evacuations.
• Drilled water wells
at three locations. FOB
Ghormach’s well was
drilled to 700 feet to
correct a health issue
after bacteria was
found to have infected
the FOB well. Mey-
maneh was drilled at a
depth of 300 feet to
increase the produc-
tion capacity of the base due to a surge in in-
coming forces. And the Deh Dadi II well was
also drilled at a depth of 400 feet to provide
the first water production capability for the
FOB.
• Constructed 35 command and control fa-
cilities on five FOBs.
• Constructed 12 large area maintenance
structures, improving maintenance capabilities
for numerous supported commands in prepara-
tion for the harsh Afghanistan winter.
• Placed 4,465 cubic meters of concrete for
various projects across Afghanistan.
• Completed 23 command posts, berthing for
800 personnel and the placement 150,000 cubic
yards of gravel for roads, supply yards and dust
abatement on FOB Deh Dadi II.
• Constructed a new 400-meter military entry
control point and an 800-meter North Access
Road that tremendously improved access to
Deh Dadi II, provided improved force protec-
tion for gate sentries and camp personnel and
ensured all vehicles could access the camp.
NMCB 40 returns after 9-month deployment to Afghanistan
Photo by andrea hoWry / lighthouse
Dozens of children from Parkview Elementary School just a few blocks down from the Bard Gate of Naval Base
Ventura County were on hand to greet the returning Seabees. The students had sent valentines and care
packages to Afghanistan during NMCB 40’s nine-month deployment. The valentines, shown below, offered some
much-needed decoration.
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students greet the Seabees
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Chanting “Thank you, Seabees! Thank you,
Seabees!” 45 youngsters from Parkview Elemen-
tary School in Port Hueneme greeted more than
300 Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 40 returning home to Naval
Base Ventura County on Friday, March 11.
Fourth- through sixth-graders in Parkview’s
after-school program took a bus to the air ter-
minal at NBVC Point Mugu to meet in person
the men and women they had sent valentines
and care packages to during the Seabees’ nine-
month deployment to Afghanistan.
“Everything they did kept everyone’s spirits
up, especially during the holidays,” said Lt.
Cmdr. Julie Hrdlicka, executive officer of
NMCB 40.
Parkview Principal Heidi Haines was just as
appreciative.
“It meant the world to the kids to see these
Seabees come home safely,” she said. “It was
everything I had hoped for and more.”
The Parkview project began on Veterans Day
of last year when Equipment Operator Senior
Chief Alesia Stokes and Construction Electri-
cian Chief Lynn Rodriguez visited the school
to explain the significance of the holiday and
what work Seabees do.
The students asked what they could do to
show their gratitude, and Stokes replied, “Please
send care packages to our deployed troops.”
In a project organized by Parkview teacher
Amanda Glover, the students did just that, then
followed up with a flood of valentines in Feb-
ruary.
Builder Constructionman Apprentice Dereck
Bonner said he appreciated the notes from
home.
“It was very nice,” he said. “Everything they
did was highly appreciated.”
Among their many accomplishments of their
nine-month deployment, the Seabees:
• Completed 142 construction projects valued
at $20 million.
• In support of Operation Hamkari, con-
structed 32 police stations and hardened build-
ings for government officials, nine tactical op-
erations centers, two 600-man tent camps, three
checkpoints and 12 combat outposts and com-
pleted 15 kilometers of route improvements
throughout the Arghandab and Panjawai dis-
tricts.
• Constructed critical helicopter landing
zones at Forward Op-
eration Base (FOB)
Khelegay, FOB Kun-
duz and FOB Monitor
(Sheberghan), improv-
ing response times for
medical evacuations.
• Drilled water wells
at three locations. FOB
Ghormach’s well was
drilled to 700 feet to
correct a health issue
after bacteria was
found to have infected
the FOB well. Mey-
maneh was drilled at a
depth of 300 feet to
increase the produc-
tion capacity of the base due to a surge in in-
coming forces. And the Deh Dadi II well was
also drilled at a depth of 400 feet to provide
the first water production capability for the
FOB.
• Constructed 35 command and control fa-
cilities on five FOBs.
• Constructed 12 large area maintenance
structures, improving maintenance capabilities
for numerous supported commands in prepara-
tion for the harsh Afghanistan winter.
• Placed 4,465 cubic meters of concrete for
various projects across Afghanistan.
• Completed 23 command posts, berthing for
800 personnel and the placement 150,000 cubic
yards of gravel for roads, supply yards and dust
abatement on FOB Deh Dadi II.
• Constructed a new 400-meter military entry
control point and an 800-meter North Access
Road that tremendously improved access to
Deh Dadi II, provided improved force protec-
tion for gate sentries and camp personnel and
ensured all vehicles could access the camp.
NMCB 40 returns after 9-month deployment to Afghanistan
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
SW1 Angel Cano gets a kiss from his 2-year-old daughter Vanessa while holding on to son Angel, 5, as his wife, Erika, looks on. Cano was one of more
than 300 Seabees who returned home March 11 from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
SWCA Zachary Graves meets his 3-week-old son,
Brody, for the first time. “It’s nice,” he said. A
joyful new mom Sarah oversaw the introduction.
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Nine-month-old Serena Kohn waves a flag as she and her mom, Felicia, await the arrival of UT1 Ben
Kohn, who returned home March 11 after being in Afghanistan for nine months. Waiting with them
was Serena’s brother, Keola, 7.
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Dozens of children from Parkview Elementary School just a few blocks down from the Bard Gate of Naval Base
Ventura County were on hand to greet the returning Seabees. The students had sent valentines and care
packages to Afghanistan during NMCB 40’s nine-month deployment. The valentines, shown below, offered some
much-needed decoration.
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and the facilities are more secure.”
Following guidelines laid out in Com-
mander, Navy Installation Command
Instruction 1752.1, the Pass and IDOffice
at NBVC Pass and ID is implementing
the following procedures:
• Prior to being granted base access,
everyone must be vetted by Pass and ID
employees through the National Sex Of-
fender Public Website (NSOPW) to ensure
that they are not a registered sex of-
fender.
• All badge and access list requests
must be accompanied with a Sex Of-
fender Policy Acknowledgement and
Disclosure Form. Failure to do so will
result in access being denied.
Until this form can be added to the
NBVC website, it will be e-mailed to
the requesting individual/sponsor upon
receipt of badge or access list request.
No request will be processed until the
form is completed and returned to Pass
and ID.
“To the maximum extent permitted
by law or otherwise waived by compe-
tent authority, sex offenders are to be
identified and prohibited from access-
ing Navy installations and facilities,”
the instruction states.
It also prohibits sex offenders from
occupying Navy-owned, Navy-leased
or on-base housing.
Base commanding officers may issue
a bar order, which should be “nar-
rowly tailored to meet the objective,”
the instruction states.
“For example,” it states, “a civilian
employee who is an identified sex of-
fender may be barred form all areas of
the installation with the exception of
his/her workplace.”
Anyone with questions is asked to
contact Jones at 982-4584 or larry.
r.jones3@navy.mil.
Air Force, Marines and Army.
The Armed Forces Triathlon is at 10:30
a.m. The Admiral’s Cup is at 8 a.m. Reg-
istration for that event at www.active.com
is open until April 4.
Last year’s triathlons were held in June;
race director Amanda Haskell of Morale,
Welfare and Recreation said the World
Military Games, held every four years, are
in Brazil in July, forcing the schedule to
be moved up.
The male and female champions of 2010
— both from the Air Force team — will
be trying to win again this year: Capt.
James Bales and 1st Lt. Kathy Rakel.
Bales will be joined by 11 other men from
the Air Force and 12- or 13-man teams
fromthe Navy and Coast guard combined,
the Army and the Marines.
Navy Ensign Derreck Oskutis, the men’s
champion in 2009, is on this year’s Navy
team. He did not compete last year.
Canada is sending eight men and eight
women. The Army, Air Force and com-
bined Navy and Coast Guard teams are
each sending six women; the Marines are
sending five.
This is the 12th year NBVC has hosted
the event. The first was in 1998, then the
base became the permanent host in
2001.
The Armed Forces triathlon consists of
swimming 1,500 meters (one mile), bicy-
cling 40 kilometers (24.8 miles) and run-
ning 10 kilometers (6.2 miles).
The course record of 1 hour, 41 minutes,
46 seconds was set in 2006 by Navy Lt.
Timothy O’Donnell.
The Admiral’s Cup is shorter. It’s a 400-
meter swim(one-third mile), 20-kilometer
non-draft legal bike ride (12 miles) and
5-kilometer run (3.1 miles).
About 30 people have registered for the
Admiral’s Cup so far, but Haskell said
that’s to be expected with a race scheduled
this early.
“We’ll get a lot of last-minute sign-ups,”
she said.
She added that she’s hoping for good
weather.
“It’s April, so you could get a day that’s
80 degrees or one that’s 60,” she said.
The ocean temperature can vary from
58 to 62 degrees that time of year.
The Admiral’s Cup is $20 for military
and $50 for civilians. Costs for relay teams
are $45 for military and $60 for civilians.
to give it a fresh appearance. That will also
increase the contrast of the striping, which
will further define the parking stalls and
designated crosswalks.
A new section of Addor Road will be
paved to eliminate the zigzag through the
parking lot on the east side of the com-
missary. Some newsidewalk will be added
in front of the Warfield Gym and on the
east side of the commissary to improve
pedestrian safety for the folks walking
from housing to the NEX and commis-
sary.
Existing trees will be relocated between
the new section of Addor Road and the
parking lot on the east side of the com-
missary to enhance the landscaping.
Detailed plans of the Addor Road re-
alignment and parking lot improvements
are on display at both the commissary and
NEX.
for boys and girls ages 5 to 12.
For Lane, it’s only the tip of the iceberg.
In addition to the basics — flag football
and basketball among them — he hopes
to offer classes as varied as orienteering,
Tae Kwon Do, even dance.
“I don’t want to put any limits out
there,” he said. “I want kids to be able to
discover on their own what they can
do.”
Lane graduated in 2004 fromCalifornia
State University, Chico, where he majored
in kinesiology, specializing in physical
education programs for children.
“That’s my true passion – figuring out
creative ways of working with kids so they
won’t get bored,” he said.
He credits his mom, Pam, a retired el-
ementary teacher fromConejo Valley Uni-
fied School District, for his love of work-
ing with children. As a boy growing up,
Lane would often join her on campus and
watch as she engaged youngsters in learn-
ing new material.
His father, John, is retired fromthe Min-
erals and Management Service, but it was
from him that he developed a love of
coaching.
“My dad coached, and I learned early
on to appreciate everything about sports,
even when the chips are down,” he said.
“You learn to feel good even when you’re
just out running around.”
Running is exactly what Lane had to hit
the ground doing when he started work
Feb. 15. In just a few short weeks, he had
to organize the youth soccer programand
start registration.
He’s determined to keep the program
non-competitive and focused on character-
building.
“That goes for everybody involved —
kids, parents, coaches and spectators,” he
said.
His No. 1 goal is to keep the kids busy
and make all activities inviting.
“Obesity is an extremely important issue
right now,” he said. “Kids won’t learn by
doing nothing.”
At home, he’s had to start practicing
what he preaches. He and his wife, Heath-
er, a teacher at Conejo Elementary School,
have a 14-month-old son, but Lane isn’t
worried about himnot being adventurous
or being afraid to try new things.
“Just look at his name,” Lane said.
It’s Evan Danger Lane.
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Addor Lane will be realigned
Triathlons early this year
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Sports programs focus on youth
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
For Culinary Specialist 3rd Class Joseph
Abbinante, saving money is a hedge
against a shaky Social Security system.
For Aviation Electrician’s Mate Airman
Charles Webb, it’s a way to get back on
track after the holidays and Valentine’s
Day.
These Sailors were just two of the 427
military and Defense Department person-
nel and their spouses from Naval Base
Ventura County who committed to saving
money through the Military Saves cam-
paign put on in February by the Fleet &
Family Support Center.
They filled out a pledge card promising
to save a percentage of their income and
dropped it in one of 61 pledge boxes all
across the base.
During a drawing after the campaign
was over, 15 pledge cards were pulled, and
the winners received prizes ranging from
MP3 players to free movie tickets.
Abbinante and Webb were among those
whose pledge cards were pulled. Abbinante
won a round of golf for two, two movie
tickets and other items; Webb won book
full of coupons for local restaurants and
entertainment venues.
Participation in the campaign nearly
doubled from2010, when 265 people took
part.
Dan Savage, an FFSC work and family
life consultant who specializes in person-
al financial management, helped coordi-
nate this year’s FFSC event. He said that
placing the brand-new pledge boxes at
visible points throughout the base gave
the campaign more exposure.
In addition, he said, many command
financial specialists (CFSs) cooperated
with the project.
“Alot of CFSs talked with service mem-
bers and got them to start thinking about
investing,”Savage said. “And the economy
contributed as well. People realize they
need to save.”
Abbinante said he realizes saving will
become more important as he gets old-
er.
“I’m trying to save for later in life,” he
said. “The economy is not looking too
stable, and Social Security is not looking
too bright.”
Webb agreed.
“This is a good jump start to getting
myself back on track and saving again,”
he said. “We all need to get a firm grip
before we’re tempted to spend. This helps
me to itemize, to set out my needs, my
wants, what I owe and what I can get away
with.”
The FFSCoffers many classes through-
out the year on financial management. For
more information, call the Port Hueneme
FFSC at 982-3640 or Point Mugu at 989-
8844.
Campaign brings out savers in Sailors
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Dan Savage of Fleet and Family Support Center at Naval Base Ventura County Port
Hueneme hands AEAN Charles Webb his book of entertainment coupons, his prize for
entering this year’s Military Saves campaign.
FFSC program shows
why it’s important to
plan for the future
All classes at Port Hueneme unless
otherwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more
information.
Toll-free appointment scheduling ser-
vice: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a
day, seven days a week. Confidential
clinical counseling, relocation assis-
tance, resume assistance, financial con-
sultations and many other support
services are available at your conve-
nience at the Fleet and Family Support
Center.
Life Skills Workshops
• General Parenting (7 sessions): This
class can help you learn how to under-
stand your child’s behavior, howto talk
to your child so they will listen, how to
use discipline that works and more.
Mondays, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 8,
16; 5:30 to 7 p.m.
• Anger Management (6 sessions):
Interactive class, recognizing cues of
anger and practicing healthy expres-
sions. New students must attend first
session. Wednesdays, April 6, 13, 20,
27, May 4. 11; 5 to 6:30 p.m.
• Couples Communication (4 ses-
sions): Strengthen your communication
and your connection as you juggle de-
ployment, money matters, partnership,
and parenting. Mondays, May 2, 9, 16,
23; 5 to 6:30 p.m.
• Stress Management (4 sessions):
Discuss and practice stress reduction
techniques with focus on your choice
of work, home or personal issues. May
include role-play, guided imagery, and/
or body awareness if requested. Tues-
days, May 3, 10, 17, 24: 3:30 to 5 p.m.
• Co-Parenting (5 sessions): For di-
vorced, separated, or two household
parents. Tuesdays, May 3, 10, 17, 24,
31; 5 to 6:30 p.m.
• Blended Families (4 sessions): Learn
to focus on a child’s developmental
milestones in the context of social,
moral and cognitive development. Dis-
pel the myths of stepparenting and
transform into a new family. Thurs.
days, May 5, 12, 18, 26: 3 to 5 p.m.
• Life Coaching & Counseling: Clar-
ify your goals, break them down into
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
manageable tasks and get weekly support
to stay motivated. Call 982-5389 for indi-
vidual appointment or group times!
Career Support and Retention
(Register for TAP classes with your
Command Career Counselor)
• Executive Transition Assistance Pro-
gram: Monday-Thursday, April 4-7, 7:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. E-7 and above, all retirees.
Civilian attire, bring medical records and
DD2648 on Monday.
• Transition Assistance Program: Mon-
day–Thursday, April 11-14, 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Seperatees E-6 and below: Civilian
attire, bring medical record and DD2648
on Monday.
• Goal Setting: Lean how to identify,
prioritize and achieve long-, medium- and
short-termgoals through proper planning
and organizational strategy. Mon., April
4, noon to 2 p.m.
• What Employers Want: International
HRSpecialists reveal what companies are
looking for before they hire you! Thurs.,
April 7, 2 to 3 p.m. Call 982-5325 to reg-
ister!
• Corporate Resume writing: Cutting-
edge resume techniques! Must call 982 -
5325 to register. Fri., April 8, 7:30 to 9
a.m.
• Federal Employment: Resume, web-
sites and the application process. Fri.,
April 8, 9 to 11 a.m.
• MS Excel: Wed., April 13, 8:30 to 10:30
a.m.
• VAWorkshops/Briefs: Get on-the-spot
assistance in filing your VA claim! Call
982-5325 to sign up. Wed., April 20, 9 a.m.
to noon.
• Interview Skills: Prepare for your job
interview. Learn the interviewprocess, sal-
ary negotiation, conduct a mock interview
and more. Mon., April 11, 10 a.m. to
noon.
• LAPD testing: Onsite testing for
LAPD! Thurs., May 12, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Please call 982-5325 to register
Sexual Assault Prevention
Response (SAPR)
• Initial Victim Advocate Training:
Training for newcommand advocates and
for those needing a refresher course. Mon-
day-Thursday, April 18-21, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m.
• Advocate Annual Refresher Training:
All command advocates are required to
attend this course once annually as part
of training. Monday, May 9, 9 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Operation Prepare
• Disaster Preparedness: How to keep
you and your loved ones safe when disas-
ter strikes. Thurs., May 19; 2 to 3 p.m.
• Classes are also available in command
spaces. Call 982-3159 to schedule.
IA Readiness and 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. Thurs., April 7, 10:30 to
11:30 a.m.
• IA Family Connection: Share your
knowledge of how to thrive during this
experience and help others to flourish dur-
ing deployment. Tues., April 12, 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., April 13,
10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Ombudsman
• Ombudsman Assembly: Ombudsmen
and their command senior leadership hear
presentations from area service providers.
Tuesday, April 26, 6 to 8 p.m., FFSC, Port
Hueneme, Bldg 1169
Exceptional Family Member
• EFM POC Training: Training for
Command Exceptional Family Member
POCs. Wed., April 20, 9 to 10 a.m.
• Parents Support Network: A support
group for active and retired military fam-
ilies with special needs children. Share
local resources and get support. Wed.,
April 13, 9:30 to 11 a.m. Call 982-3159 for
more information.
Relocation
• Welcome Aboard Workshop: For in-
coming service members and their family.
Receive information on military and com-
munity resources on and near NBVC.
Wed., April 6 or June 1; 4 to 6 p.m.
• Sponsor Training: Ensure that desig-
nated command personnel have the neces-
sary training to successfully fulfill their
role as command sponsors. Wed., April
13, 3 to 4 p.m.
• Married to the Military: Newly mar-
ried to the Navy? Learn about military
benefits, family programs, Navy jargon
and customs. Wed., May 25, 4 to 6 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.
• Home Buying Seminar: Learn all the
tools to determine if it is “your time to
buy.”If owning a home is your American
Dream, attend this informative seminar
and start implementing your home buy-
ing strategy. Wed., April 20, 5:30 to 9:30
p.m.
• Raising Financially Fit Children:
Four easy steps to raising financially
aware children. Wed., April 27; 6 to 7
p.m.
• Command Financial Specialist Train-
ing (5 days): E-6 and above must attend
all sessions. Call 982-3640 to register.
Monday-Thursday, May 16-20; 7:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m., Friday, 7:30 to 10 a.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., except first Thursday of the month.
Call 982-5037 for location.
• New Mamas: For expecting mamas
and mamas with babies 0–15 months
old. Information, education and sup-
port. 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.
• Infant & Baby Massage (4 sessions):
Connect with your baby, learn cries and
cues. Massage improves digestion, brain
development and sleep routines. Ages 3
weeks to 5 months. Dads and family
members welcome! Mon., April 4, 11,
18, 25; 2 to 3 p.m.
• Your Baby Shower: Introduction to
New Parent Support Program. Get im-
portant info on TRICARE, NMCR’s
Budget for Babies; seat belt safety, and
more! Infants welcome! Thurs., April 7,
6 to 8:30 p.m.
• Super Saturday Birth Class: Learn
what every expecting mama needs to
know, including labor starts, stages of
labor, labor support, breathing and ways
to reduce pain. April 9, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
• Brand New Baby (3 sessions): 45
reasons why babies cry and how to
soothe, sleep training, caring for your
newborn and postpartum recovery.
Thurs., April 14, 21, 28; 6 to 8:30 p.m.
• Breastfeeding 101: Available com-
munity resources and more. Tuesday,
May 3, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Free food distribution
• Watch for upcoming dates. Food
items vary from month to month. Re-
quirements: 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 qualify. Income
guideline statement available at distribu-
tion site. Custodian of a child who is a
family member of Active Duty person-
nel on deployment.
— For information, please call Sandy Lyle,
command liaison, at 989-8833 or e-mail
sandra.lyle@navy.mil.
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NEEDHAM THEATER
Thursday. March 24
7pm: The Rite PG13
Friday. March 25
7pm: The Roommate PG13
9pm: The Mechanic R
Saturday. March 26
2pm: The Roommate PG13
5pm: The Rite PG13
8pm: The Mechanic R
Sunday. March 27
2pm: The Roommate PG13
5pm: Sanctum R
Friday. March 25
7pm: Other People`s Money R
Saturday. March 26
2pm: The Tourist PG13
4pm: How Do You Know PG13
7pm: Skyline PG13
Sunday. March 27
2pm: Troy R
4pm: No Showing
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. March 31
7pm: Sanctum R
Friday. April 1
7pm: I Am Number 4 PG13
9pm: The Eagle PG13
Saturday. April 2
2pm: Justin Bieber:
Never say Never G
5pm: The Roommate PG13
8pm: Sanctum R
Sunday. April 3
2pm: Gnomeo & Juliet G
5pm: Just Go With It PG13
Friday. April 1
7pm: No Listing Available
Saturday. April 2
2pm: No Listing Available
4pm: No Listing Available
7pm: No Listing Available
Sunday. April 3
2pm: No Listing Available
4pm: No Listing Available
Please call (805) 982-5002 Ior
updated movie listings.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Two members of the Point Mugu Toast-
masters Club will compete Saturday,
March 26, in an area-wide speech contest
in Ventura.
Jeannie Taylor, a Battelle contractor
with the Naval Postgraduate School’s Cen-
ter for Asymmetric Warfare, and Cindy
Hulsebus, a software engineer for NA-
VAIR unmanned systems, each took first
place in the club’s tall tales contest and
international contest on March 2 and are
moving on to the Area B2 competition,
which includes five clubs.
Taylor won with her tall tale, “When
Arms Attack.” Being of Italian-Sicilian
descent, she explained, she gestures wild-
ly when she speaks, and her four- to six-
minute tall tale told how her habit has
gotten so out of hand that she needs to
enter a “gesture management program.”
Hulsebus won the five- to seven-minute
international contest for “Feel the Fear
and Do It Anyway.” She talked about the
need for courage, and told a personal
story of overcoming a terrifying medical
emergency.
“I was afraid of dying,” she said. “Af-
terward, I was afraid of living.”
After the speech, Hulsebus, who has
been in Toastmasters for a year and three
months, called her talk “cathartic” and
said she hoped it had instilled emotion in
the judges. She won both club and area
contests last year.
Taylor, also a yearlong veteran of the
club, said Toastmasters has helped her
recognize and compensate for her ten-
dency to gesture.
“Now I can avoid hitting people with
my hands,” she said, half joking.
Tim Mullins, the club’s vice president
for public relations, said Toastmasters
improves more than public speaking
skills.
“We are here to polish both our com-
munication and leadership skills,”he said
of the club’s 20-plus members.
Good speakers, he said, communicate
better with their superiors, and that can
lead to more leadership responsibilities.
Winners of the area contest continue to
move up to division, district and final lev-
els, with the competition culminating at a
four-day international convention in Las
Vegas in August.
There are more than three dozen Toast-
masters clubs in Ventura County. World-
wide, there are 12,500 clubs across 113
countries.
For more information on Point Mugu
Toastmasters, call Mullins at 989-0105.
Point Mugu Toastmasters move up to area competition
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Cindy Hulsebus, a software engineer for
NAVAIR unmanned systems, talks about
overcoming fear in her winning speech,
“Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway.” She will
compete at the areawide Toastmasters
tournament on March 26 in Ventura.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Jeannie Taylor, a Battelle contractor with
the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for
Asymmetric Warfare, will compete in the
Toastmastersareawidetall talescompetition
after winning at the club level for “When
Arms Attack,” a spoof on her tendency to
gesture wildly when she speaks.
By Nancy Kanter
NSWC PHD Command Communications
Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Divi-
sion (NSWC PHD) invited 65 junior high school stu-
dents from 13 Ventura County schools to participate
in an engineering competition held on Feb. 25.
This marked the 11th year that the command has
held its National Engineers Week event. Each school’s
team of five students and one teacher was matched
with an NSWC PHD engineer to assist them in build-
ing their projects.
The students’ mission was to design and construct
a missile that would intercept another missile. The
students were required to address this engineering
challenge with only the materials provided: water
bottles, popcorn kernels, coffee stirrers, water balloons,
swim noodles and other miscellaneous household and
office supplies.
They also had access to scissors, string, tape, rubber
bands and hot glue. Some materials needed to be “pur-
chased” by swiping “credit cards” pre-approved for
the event. With water bottles costing a mere $400,000
each, the credit cards’ $1 million limits weren’t going
to go far without a lot of creativity.
“Some people think that engineering is boring,”
Cmdr. Seiko Okano, NSWC PHD Ship Defense and
Expeditionary Warfare Department Officer, said dur-
ing her opening remarks. “But the best engineers I’ve
met are also the most creative.”
The students took a short break from their projects
to tour the command’s Underway Replenishment test
site, where they learned how ships and Sailors receive
supplies while out at sea. This offered another chance
to see how math and science skills can be used to come
up with real-life engineering solutions.
After the tours, the students were able to test-launch
their missiles and make any necessary adjustments.
Each team took turns standing before the panel and
presenting their missiles. They offered a rationale for
their designs, answered questions from the judges and
then launched their missiles at a target with the help
of a blast of compressed air. The projects were judged
on accuracy, presentation, creativity and ability to stay
within budget.
First place ended up going to Monte Vista Middle
School for their missile’s performance, second place
to Charles Blackstock Junior High School, and third
place to Los Primeros School of Sciences and Art.
The first place team will get the chance to tour a
real Navy ship, and students from each of the winning
schools received Barnes and Noble gift cards and cer-
tificates signed by Timothy Troske, NSWC PHD tech-
nical director.
The other participating schools were E.O. Green
Junior High School, Cabrillo Middle School, Las Co-
linas Middle School, Anacapa Middle School, Hay-
dock Intermediate School, Fremont Intermediate
School, Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, Rio
Vista Middle School, Robert J. Frank Intermediate
School, and De Anza Academy of Technology and
the Arts.
NSWCPHD’s National Engineers Week Competition
was developed as a way to help students with an aptitude
for math and science discover the world of engineering.
Missile madness: Students take part in annual NSWC PHD event
PHOTO BY CHARLIE HOUSER / NSWC PHD
Students from Cabrillo Middle School in Ventura, from left,
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REPAIRS
805-290-7327
VCS267397
Hester’s
Appliance
We Pick up &
Pay Top $$$
For Old Washers &
Dryers, Stoves,
Refrigerators
For Sale Used
Appliances
$99 & up
Over 40yr Exp.
805-487-8833 or
805-487-1060
VCS269332
MAYTAG GAS DRYER in
excellent condtion. $100.00
Call Jo Anne @ (805) 402-7469
REFRIGERATOR Hotpoint
top freeze, wht, 4-5 yrs new,
clean, very good cond $175.
805-671-9852 VCS267889
WASHER/DRYER Kenmore
$300/pair. Refrigerator $175
All very good cond
805-671-9852 VCS267893
Washer & Dryers
Guaranteed and/or
Repair $99 to $199
482-4983 or 816-4081 Gary
Bowen VCS269144
INDIAN & WESTERN
AUCTION
Jewelry - Pawn - Baskets
Weavings,
Other Collectibles
Wed, March 16th, 7:30pm
6:00pm Preview
Palm Garden Hotel
Thousand Oaks
495 N. Ventu Park Rd.
Off 101 Fwy in Ralph’s
Shop Ctr.Free Admission
951-201-1180 or 805-915-9313
VCS269226
(2) 8 SPEED BIKES
Male & Female, 1 year old,
used twice. $175/each.
805-482-4408 VCS269846
VINTAGE BEACH CRUIS-
ER Olive green, in great
condition. Will sacrifie for
$100. Call Jo Anne @
(805) 402-7469
2 PLOT, LOT 416 G&H
GARDEN OF VALOR
Pierce Bros. Valley Oaks
Memorial Park, West-
lake Village $5500 each
or both for $10000
alamargeneral
const@hotmail.com
(805)796-1060 VCS268243
CONEJO Memorial Park
Long sold out old Sta Rosa
#1 area, Graves G & H, lot
44, prime loc steps to chap-
el, pair valued at $13,000,
sacrifice at $5600/pair
909-585-2771 VCS269105
Complete Medical Office
Furniture and Equipment.
Waiting, Office, Patient, Lab,
Breakroom. Examination
Tables, Stools, Autoclave,
Biosphere Hood, Centrafuses,
Blood Draw Chair, Patient
File Cabinets, Wall Art.
A complete medical office &
supply in excellent condition.
805-647-1777 VCS268374
Announcements
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promptly. Classifed ads are
charged using an agate line
measurement. Visible lines are
larger for readability and add
enhancement, hence billable
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visible to the reader.
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Found/Lost
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Special Notices
Tickets-
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Merchandise
200-297
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
204
Antiques And
Collectibles
207
Appliances
207
Appliances
209
Auctions
212
Bicycles
219
Cemetery Lots
221
Commercial
Equipment
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
Browse
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Visit VCSHOMES.com
Find
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andRVs.
Local online classifeds.
vcstar.com/ads
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Carnews,
research&
resources.
Call 800221STAR7827
Find a home.
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales

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AD FOR
FREE!
The Lighthouse offers
free classifed ads for
property and personal
items offered by active
duty and retired military,
civil service and dependent
personnel within Naval
Base Ventura County.
All free ads are 20 WORD MAXIMUM.
Paid classified advertising available for remaining
categories and non-eligible personnel.
Submissions:
Submit your 20 WORD MAXIMUM free or paid classified
advertisements with your contact information including
phone and email via one of the following:
Fax: (805) 437-0466
Email: classifieds@vcstar.com
Tel: (800) 221-7827 (M-F 8 a.m.–5 p.m.)
Mail: The Lighthouse Classifieds
P.O. Box 6006, Camarillo, CA 93011
Deadline:
All classified ads must be received by 5 p.m.
Wednesday a week prior to publication.
• Motorcycles
• Merchandise
• Miscellaneous Wanted
FREE ads for the following categories:
• Pets – Free to good home
• Roommate Wanted
• Lost & Found
• Automobiles & Trucks
classifieds
Lighthouse
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CARPINTERIAVALLEY
WATER DISTRICT
WATER UTILITY WORKER I
$3,310-$4,237/MO DOQ
EXCELLENT BENEFITS;
PERS MEMBER; EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTES EMPLOYEE SHARE
A CHANCE TO WORK INA GREAT COMMUNITY WITH REALLY
GREAT PEOPLE
THE DISTRICT IS SEEKINGA QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL TO
PERFORMAVARIETY OF SKILLEDAND SEMI-SKILLED
TASKS IN THE CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE, REPAIRAND
REPLACEMENT OF WATER MAINS, SERVICES AND METERS,
WATER PRODUCTION FACILITIES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT
WHICH INCLUDES PUMPS, CONTROL VALVES, PRESSURE
REGULATINGVALVES, CHLORINATORS, BOOSTER PUMPS,
FILTRATION EQUIPMENT AND OTHER RELATED FACILITIES.
MUST HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF ANDABILITY TO OPERATE
BACKHOE AND OTHER RELATED HEAVY EQUIPMENT.
MUST LIVE WITHIN 30 MIN OR 30 MILES OF THE DISTRICT
SERVICE AREA POSITION REQUIRES AFTER HOURS ON CALL
LICENSE CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: POSSESS A CA
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES WATER DISTRIBUTION
LICENSE D3 AND WATER TREATMENT OPERATOR T1 AT TIME
OF HIRE. CA DRIVERS LICENSE WITH GOOD DRIVING RECORD
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 4 PM ONAPRIL 1, 2011
APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINEDAT THE DISTRICT
DURING BUSINESS HOURS,
M-F, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
OR ONLINE: www.cvwd.net
SEND COMPLETEDAPPLICATIONAND RESUME TO:
CVWD
1301 SANTAYNEZ AVENUE
CARPINTERIA, CA 93013
E.O.E.
VCS267801
PALLET RACK SALE
Upright $49+ Beam $12+
SHELVING Steel & Wood
2’x4’x 6, 8 or 10’ $69+
WAREHS LADDERS $89+
805-532-1103 VCS268880
TREADMILLS Display and
Floor models, excellent
condition, $250-$400
(805)671-9852 VCS267890
EUCALYPTUS FIREWOOD
Fill your pickup w/level load
for $100. Sm trucks $80.00
Weekends only. Somis
805-386-4622 VCS266690
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 VCS269464
Beautiful Hand
Carved Mahogany
Beveled Mirror.
Paid $375.
Make Offer
Email or Text.
(I Can text picture)
805-407-8548
VCS267717
BED A Beautiful
Leather Platform Bed
w/Thick Queen
Pillowtop Mattress
Never Used, in plastic, war-
ranty. Retails $999, sell $365
805-830-3314
VCS268504
BED California King
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr, retails $899 sac $260!
805-830-3314 VCS269370
BED Full Size Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr.Retails $499, sac $150.
805-830-3314 VCS269372
BED Queen Orthopedic
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr.Retails $699, sell $160.
805-830-3314 VCS269373
BED
Tempurpedic Style
Queen Memory Foam
Mattress Set
Brand new in plastic w/warr!
Retails $1199, Sell $345!!
805-830-3314 VCS268505
Brown leather Sofa, Chair
and Ottoman, $250.
805-654-0851
VCS269228
Couch & Loveseat (match-
ing) soft brush fabric,
chocolate, high backs, deep
cushions, 6 pillows,
8 mo old, $650/obo 647-5176
VCS269458
DRESSERS (2) dark brown
5 dove tail drawers,
36Lx20Wx43H. $137 both.
805-667-8382
VCS269918
LEATHER LOVE SEAT
by Benchcraft, black,
excellent condition, $400.
TRUNDLE BED
Wood frame, with two
mattresses, like new, $250.
Call (805) 383-0213
VCS268620
MOVING:King & Full Queen,
Misc Wicker, Full Loft
Bunkbed. $100-$300.
805-501-0951 VCS269487
RECLINERS (2) All leather,
dark blue with foot rests
$315 both. Call 805-667-8382
VCS269940
SOFA flower w/match over-
stuffed chair +ottoman,
$200 Coffee Table, heavy
glass/brass, orig $600, sell
$100 805-987-1453 VCS269827
Unfinished
Furniture
Elliot’s Unfinished Furni-
ture Largest selection of
unfinished and finished
furniture in Ventura
County. Visit our show-
room at 1501 Palma Dr.
Ventura or our website
“elliots.com” Quality Fur-
niture for every room in
your home. We also have
available a large selection
of outdoor furniture. Low
Prices for Solid Wood
Furniture
elliots2007@gmail.com
(805)639-9222
VCS266927
CATS CRADLE Thrift Shop
Open Thurs thru Sun
Clothes, jewelry, books/etc.
4160 Market #10, VTA
25¢-up 805-485-8811 VCS267900

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

VCS267186
RMC MEDICAL
Buy•Sell•Rent•Repair
Power Chairs/Scooters
Lift Chairs/Ramps
Hospital Beds/Hoyer
Lifts/Wheelchairs
805-647-1777
VCS268117
Boxes for moving
only 75¢ each
250. Used. 805-487-2796
www.riteboxinc.com
VCS269919
$$$$$$$$
CA$H
FOR
YOUR
CAR
$$$$$$$$$
We’ll buy your
car running
or not!
Can’t find the
pink or
registration?
No problem!
To get the best
deal, call us first!
805-754-9839
VCS269357
METAL - WE PICK UP
YOUR SCRAP METAL.
CALL 805-643-HAUL
VCS267981
STORE CLOSING
APRIL 9th FINAL DAYS!!!
Woman’s Clothing Boutique
Shabby Chic Armoire’s
$425 Blk Curio Cabinet $135
White Shabby Chic Bookshelf
w/drawers, $130. Lrg Green
Dresser w/drawers, $145.
2 Racks $35-$50 2 Blk
Mirrors, $10-$90/ea. Dk Wood
Hangers,$3/$1 ea. Paintings
$10-$30ea Misc Collectibles
& Racks $2-$40.
All clothes & accessories
$6.99 and under.
1416 E. Main St @ Santa
Clara St, Vta 805-443-0480 or
805-643-7384 VCS269751
WE PICK UP & RECYCLE
all Major Appliances.
Help Save our Planet.
Call 805-671-9569 VCS267892
KAWAI CONSOLE PIANO
Walnut finish, in excellent
shape, $1750. Call 986-1753
WURLITZER CONSOLE
PIANO. med finish, very
nice, $800 805-987-1453
VCS269823
PORTABLE SPA Catalina,
6 years old, seats 5 with
lounger, in great shape,
CABANA mahogany, newly
refinished, also good cond
$4000/pair. Can seperate
805-526-2218 VCS269742
SPA/HOT TUB
Deluxe 2011 Model.
Neck jets, therapy seat,
warr, never used, can
deliver, worth $5950,
will sell $1950 818-785-9043
VCS268096
$$ A CASH BUYER $$
(818) 889-4666 or
(818)516-0331 I BUY
ANTIQUE, COSTUME
JEWELRY (Any Condition),
OLD SILVER, JEWELRY
(Mexico or other)
ALSO BUYING PRETTY
LITTLE THINGS.
ANTIQUE VASES,
FIGURINES, CRYSTAL
PORCELAIN, POTTERY,
SILVER, PERFUME
BOTTLES & MISC
SMALL ANTIQUES
***WE COME TO YOU***
CALL ME 818-889-4666 or
818-516- 0331 BEFORE
YOU EBAY OR HAVE
THAT GARAGE SALE,
BEFORE YOU SCRAP
YOUR OLD JEWELRY
CALL ME & GET WHAT
IT’S REALLY WORTH.
HASSLE-FREE.
$$ TOP DOLLAR PAID!
SERVING THE ENTIRE
CONEJO VALLEY.
PROMPT, COURTEOUS
SERVICE ALWAYS!
CALL EILEEN
818-889-4666 or 818-516-0331
VCS269456
221
Commercial
Equipment
227
Exercise Equipment
230
Firewood
233
Furniture/
Household Goods
233
Furniture/
Household Goods
0273
Jewelry/Clothing
0273
Jewelry/Clothing
274
Medical Equipment
& Supplies
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
277
Musical Instruments
281
Pool/Spa Supplies
Selectyouroptions.
Searchbymake
ormodel.
Locatelocal dealers.
Online Classifeds. Buy or Sell.
vcstar.com/ads
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Sundance Spa Filter
Call or Text
805-407-8548
VCS267716
BUYING
JUNK
CARS
TOP
$ $ $ $ $
PAID
UP TO
$1,000
Running or
Not Running
Lic’d Dismantler
pickthepart.com
(805)
933-5557
VCS269193
CA$H
for
SCRAP
METALS
Construction &
Demolition Scrap
Heavy Equipment
Car Bodies
Automotive Scrap
Steel - Rebar
Lic’d Dismantler &
Weighmaster
vcapinc.com
805.933.8280
842 Mission Rock Rd
Santa Paula, Ca 93060
VCS268413
GOT GOLD?
DON’T SELL
YOUR STUFF
UNTIL YOU SEE US!
WE BUY
STUFF 4 CA$H
Coins, gold/silver
jewelry, unwanted
scrap gold, watches,
diamonds, vintage
collectibles,
antiques, crystal,
porcelain, sterling
silver, art, historic
documents,
memorabilia
EVEN CARS!
WE PAY TOO
MUCH!
CONFIDENTIAL,
CONVENIENT.
WALK IN OR WE
WILL COME
TO YOU!
WE BUY STUFF
4 CA$H
OPEN 7 DAYS
M-F 10a-6p
Sat & Sun 11a-4p
742 Hampshire Rd.,
Suite #C, WLV, Ca
888-95WEBUY
VCS268187
I BUY HIGH-END
RANGES &
REFRIGERATORS,
805-671-9569 VCS267891
I PAY CASH for old books,
magazines, paper ephemera,
movie/comics/sports
memorabilia, libraries,
posters, old toys, etc.
Carl 818-889-3599
VCS268958
LOOKING TO BUY
A gently used
spa/hot tub cover.
Size is 81 1.5 x 87 1.5
approximate
measurement. Any
brand will do but
preferably a
Sundance.
Call or Text
805-407-8548
VCS267715
WILL BUY un-used
CERAMIC FIREPLACE
LOGS 805-672-2981
VCS269075
MARINE
ARTISTIC
AQUARIUMS
Specializing in fresh
& salt water
From set up to
maintenance
28 Yrs Experience
For a free estimate
call or e-mail
Kevin for an
appointment today
@ 805.233.0711 or
marineartistic
aquariums @gmail.com
•Aquariums-Stands
-Canopies - Lighting
• Set-up & Installation
•Filters-Heaters-Chillers
-Protien Skimmers
•Live Water-Live Rock
- Live Sand
• Fish-Corals-Invertebrates
• Complete Service
24 hours a days
7 days a week
VCS268310

A Private
Foundation Has
Rescued Dogs
For Adoption
SAMMY
9 year old male,
Pomeranian, 9 pounds.
JOSE
7.5 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 10 pounds.
PEEWEE
5 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 13 pounds.
TRAMP
1 year old male,
Schnauzer mix, 11 pounds.
SCOOTER
3 year old male,
Terrier mix, 13 pounds.
MEKA
1.5 year old female,
Black Retriever, 45 pounds
PRECIOUS
2 year old female,
Cocker Spaniel, 13 pounds.
CASPER
1 year old male, Maltese
Poodle Mix, 10 pounds,
Visit our website for pics
samsimon
foundation.org or
call (310)457-5898
VCS269358
AUSTRALIAN
SHEPHERD PUPS
AKC/ASCA, ofa, M/F,
Blue/Black. 805-375-0796
VCS267894
BASSET HOUND PUPS,
8 weeks, shots, dewormed
$500 and up 805-653-0048
VCS269234
Beautiful Golden Retriever
Pups 3 M/3 F, parents on
site. AKC, OFA certified,
Champion Lines, Health
Guar, Potty Trained,
Colors ranging from
Cream to Medium Golden.
Born 1/21/11. Wonderful
Dispositions. Simi Valley.
714-343-1717 or 805-526-6582
VCS269829
BORGI Puppies
“Designer Dog”
A combination of a Corgi
and a Border Collie. Makes
a small, smart, pretty
companion dog! 1st shots,
dewormed. $300.
559-564-8404
lovemyborgidog.webs.com
VCS269625
CATS & KITTENS $75 Sat &
Sun 11-5@ PetCo in CAM
and Market & Donlon in
VTA 805-485-8811 VCS267899
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIELS. Beautiful male
& female puppies, tri &
blenhiem colors. AKC,
chipped, $1,000.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS268580
CHIHUAHUA PUPS very
tiny AKC, Champion lines,
ready now. $700-$1200
www.chiville.webs.com
805-886-8307 VCS268632
COCKER PUPS AKC M & F
buff & wht, Champ lines,
beautiful, full of fun $250-
$350 805-486-9179 VCS268626
COCKER SPANIELS Mickey
& Stella looking for new
or foster homes. Recently
rescued, please help.
Ann 805-499-4488, or Elizabeth
805-687-4674 or Mary
805-484-3363 VCS268785
DACHSHUND MINIS
pure bred, black & rare wht,
2 girls, 1 boy, $400 & up
805-574-9582 VCS269457
DACHSHUNDS AKC $500
661-333-4697 or 661-769-8807
simplesite.com/loveadog
VCS269987
DOG CRATE 47” double door
folding crate, holds
71-90 pound animal $100
805-482-6260 VCS269273
DOG Maltese Males &
Females, PUPPIES 15
weeks w 1st shots $750.00
(315)767-9557 VCS265724
ENGLISH
BULLDOGS
AKC - $2,500/ea. 831-277-1221
seasideenglishbulldogs.com
VCS269046
GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC
male 5 mos, shots, trained,
great temperment $650
805-218-7016 VCS269091
GERMAN SHEPHERD Pups
8 wks old, 1st shots, 2 F, 8 M,
mom & dad on site. $300/ea.
805-236-3077 VCS268881
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
Pups $2000+ web: golden
meadowsretrievers.com
805-532-2216 VCS267822
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS AKC/OFA certified
Champ lines, health guar.
Gorgeous, fluffy pups from
our home to yours! $1250.
805-527-5072 VCS268680
HIMALYAN CAT on sale for
$150 Moving! Himalayan
Kitten $350 805-901-7299
or 805-330-5328 VCS268114
JACK RUSSELL. Male, 14
weeks, all shots, short
legged, short haired 95%
house trained, sleeps on
bed. $275. Ojai, 661-766-2209
VCS269673
KITTENS
Cute and lively Siamese.
$250/each. For Info:
805-646-4471 VCS270033
LAB PUPPIES
SPRING IS HERE! Enjoy
walking with your female
Chocolate Lab Puppy $500
AKC, OFA, all shots,
dewclaws, wormed.
805-649-3692 VCS269703
LAB PUPS AKC/OFA/EIC
Beautiful Fox Red, 3 M & 2 F
Avail 3/23. Health & Hip
guarantee, $1,000. Choc &
White’s coming soon.
www.eaglesnestlabs.com
661-823-8783 VCS269170
CHOCOLATE
LABRADOR PUPS!
Males & Females, have
champlines & purebred.
Father AKC certified.
Parents on premises.
Cell is 408-497-0421.
Declaws removed.
first shots & de-
wormed. Taking De-
posits. Ready to go
home on March 28th.
$500.00
(805)418-7656 VCS266021
PEKINGESE PUPS. Brin-
dle/white, beautiful mark-
ings, sm, cute. $330.
www.lovelyshihtzu.com
805-415-8661
VCS267745
PUG AKC PUPPIES
8 week old friendly & beauti-
ful males, $800 805-630-7974
VCS269461
RAGDOLL KITTENS
(7) Males Available, taking
deposits now, ready to go
4/3/11. 1st shots, many colors
to choose from. Parents on
site. All kittens are very well
socialized. $550. 805-746-7658
VCS267909
SHIHTZU AKC pups shots,
trained, gorgeous $450+
also Yorkie Mix male Pup
$450 805-320-8244 VCS267816
YORKIE
Beautiful playful puppies.
M & F, priced from $700.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS268579
HORSE BOARDING
covered paddocks, barn stall
with attached paddock,
arena, next to Santa
Monica Mountain Trails
805-371-0184 VCS269582
HORSE BOARDING
Private Ranch Newbury Pk
805-498-0406 VCS268871
Fantastic Business
Opportunity. North CA retail
Trailer sales. Est. 1991. Turn
Key, No major outlay of
Capital for inventory. House,
2 shops, on +/- 2 acres,
productive web site. Past
Annual sales over $1 million.
In Black RECESSION
SURVIVOR. $395K. Agent
Larry Gatterer 530-774-7096.
Owner 530-865-8277.
performancespecialty.com
Cell 530-342-0182 VCS268856
Accounting Positions
GAPS, INC
Global Auto Processing Ser-
vice, Inc., is one of the rap-
idly growing companies in
vehicle (Hyundai, Kia, etc.)
processing industries. Ac-
cording to new project pro-
pulsion and business
expansion, we recruit the
excellent talented applicant
for the following position.
Accounting Supervisor
& Accountant
•Processing A/R, A/P, pay
roll etc.
•Participate in Month end
closing.
•Prepare various financial
reports for manager, and
CFO.
Location: Port Hueneme,
CA (Naval Base)
Requirements:
•At least 4yrs/Supervisor; 2
years/Accountant Exp.
in accounting field.
•At least Bachelor’s degree
in accounting/finance
•Bilingual in English and
Korean
•Legally eligible to work in
US
Compensation:
Competitive salary based
on experience and skills
and excellent benefit pro-
grams including health/life
insurance (employee &
family), paid vacation,
401K.
Please submit your
resume via email
to:
austin.yang@gapsusa.com
VCS268731
Analyst
SR SYSTEMS ANALYST
This position analyzes, sup-
ports, manages enhance-
ments, acquisitions and
implementations of comput-
er application systems as
directed by management.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Manage all activities of
small to large size informa-
tion systems projects in-
cluding implementation on
time, within budget, and co-
ordination of the project
team. Plans, manages and
guides projects, utilizing
standard I.S. Methodology,
which implement computer
application systems which
satisfy strategic, customer
and regulatory require-
ments. Impartially analyz-
es new and/or possible
software enhancements
identifying present and fu-
ture business needs. Works
with customers to ensure
modifications are appropri-
ate and are consistent with
established I.S. standards.
Provides clear and concise
training and documentation
on operational processes.
Meets with customers, in-
ternal and external, assur-
ing documentation is clear
and understood. Analyzes,
identifies, evaluates and
documents customer needs
and current applications to
determine system require-
ments and insure future
needs for patient care,
regulatory requirements
and daily operations are
met. Analyzes present pro-
cesses/programs for en-
hancements to improve
data integrity Provides op-
erational support for appli-
cations including data
integrity, maintenance,
training and vendor inter-
action.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s
Degree or equivalent or 5
or more years experience
in Healthcare is required.
Minimum of Three to five
years of experience work-
ing with Hospital Informa-
tion Systems, supporting
application software, ana-
lyzing business problems
and / or project manage-
ment Specialized knowl-
edge of integrated hospital
systems. Knowledge of
analysis, debugging and
standard project manage-
ment tools is required.
Meditech software support
experience and Microsoft
office automation applica-
tions 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.
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
VCS267470
ACCOUNTING/Reporting
Growing Vta Co real estate
mgmt & brokerage in
Camarillo. Positive & casu-
al environment. P/T
w/growth oppty. Appx 19
hrs/wk-m.w,f (flex) Must be
eligible for bonding. CPA or
extensive general account-
ing exp desired, but not
req’d. Will train right per-
son. Competitve rate. Send
resume w/Salary history to:
info@ccprealestate.com
or fax to 805.389.6804
VCS269644
ACUPUNCTURIST, Types
Ezr, Inc. Consult w/patients
to obtain their medical his-
tory & current symptoms
that req treatment. Master
in Oriental Medicine or
Acupuncture and CA Acu-
puncture Lic req’d. Send re-
sume to: 3400 Loma Vista
Rd. #14 Ventura, CA 93003
VCS268625
AUTO MECHANIC
Full-time exp’d Mechanic in
Agriculture Machinery/
Farm Vehicles. Welding ca-
pability is a plus. Clean
DMV. Great pay + bene-
fits. Fax resume to Carlos
805-986-8354 or pick up ap-
plication at 3860 Etting Rd.,
Oxnard, CA
VCS269093
AUTO SALES
BILINGUAL SALES REPS
Guaranteed 2500 first 60
days. Call Scott at
Bunnin Auto Outlet
805-644-2886
VCS269747
Education
Director Of Childrens Re-
ligious Education for Liber-
al church in Ventura 25
hrs/wk. $17.50/hr + benes.
Details at uuventura.org
VCS269113
BOOKKEEPER/
ACCOUNTING
Local Westlake company
has opening for a bookkeep-
er with accounting experi-
ence. Must know Quick
Books and have good com-
puter skills. Fax resume to
805-494-3022 or email
rick@westcord.com
VCS269452
COMMERCIAL ANALYSIS
MANAGER Amgen Inc. has
an opportunity for a Com-
mercial Analysis Manager.
Reqs: Master’s + 3 yrs
exp. or Bachelor’s + 5 yrs
post-baccalaureate exp., &
exp. w/ pharmaceutical
data apps in a client-facing
role incl mkt research, mkt
analysis and/or sales ops,
field ops, data mgmt, fore-
casting or mkt analysis.
Job Site: Thousand Oaks,
CA. Send resume referenc-
ing #6NXSBJ to: Global
Mobility, Amgen Inc., One
Amgen Center Drive, Mail-
stop 37-1-C, Thousand Oaks,
CA 91320. No phone calls
or e-mails. Must be legally
authorized to work in the
U.S. w/o sponsorship. EOE.
VCS269439
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300-315
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Birds/Fish
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
315
Horses/Livestock
Miscellaneous
Financial
400-420
403
Businesses For Sale
Employment
500-585
540
Help Wanted
540
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WEB PROGRAMMER/DRUPALDEVELOPER
Library
University of California, Santa Barbara
Responsibility Ior the development, confguration, and maintenance oI the library
website. Develops web-based applications, creates workfow, communication,
collaboration tools, web pages and applications. Uses HTML, XML, CSS, XSLT,
PHP, JavaScript, JQuery, XPath, SQL Databases, Drupal modules, and other
technologies to implement new tools, user interIaces, and applications on the
web. Develops custom Drupal modules. Technical team leader on large website-
related proiects. Works with Web Services Librarians (WSL) to identiIy unmet
needs oI departments and library users. Responsible Ior administration oI Drupal
perIorming soItware upgrades and maintenance and providing technical support.
Responsible Ior proiect specifcation and implementation. Designs and creates
new site sections, develops new modules and modifes existing modules to provide
new and/or improved Iunctionality. PerIorms website layout and design. Creates
Graphical User InterIaces Ior web applications: creates imagery using image
manipulation soItware and maintains visual uniIormity in website design. Works
with supervisor and system administrators to plan, test, and implement data migration
between maior versions to ensure optimal quality and reliability. Documents and
identifes areas on website in need oI change and updating. PerIorms website-related
system administration duties Irom a UNIX command line. Writes scripts to move,
copy and manipulate data. Works with Apache web server, MySQL, and other server-
side tools related to the website. Ensures website security, including implementing
measures to prevent unauthorized use and modifcation. Web programmers work
within an environment oI 20¹ servers and a multitude oI virtualized servers (Solaris
zones), a variety oI databases, and 40¹ Terabytes oI network attached storage.
Operating systems include OS X, Windows, Solaris, and Linux.
Requirements: Education and/or background in computer science or web
development. Experience in the development oI dynamic web-based applications,
including a portIolio oI web proiects. Experience with development, confguration,
and maintenance oI websites. Demonstrated skills and profciency with HTML,
XML, CSS, XSLT, PHP, JavaScript, JQuery, XPath, SQL Databases, and
Drupal. Ability to develop custom Drupal modules to provide new Iunctionality.
Experience perIorming computing and technical analysis with the ability to analyze
problems and propose solutions. Experience with Windows, OS X, Solaris,
and Linux. Experience with soItware proiect management and ability to handle
multiple responsibilities. Experience with website layout, graphics creation and
design with emphasis on Iunction, usability, and aesthetic appearance. Ability
to work independently and as a member oI a team. Demonstrated initiative and
fexibility. Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Notes: Fingerprinting required. May require some travel.
$4,538 - $5,082/monthly
For primary consideration apply by 3/28/11, thereaIter open until flled.
APPLY ONLINE at https://Jobs.ucsb.edu
Job #20110096
AA/EOE
CONSTRUCTION ASST.
Glass shop seeks exp’d
construction asst/project
mgr to supervise install-
ers & manage high-end
residential projects.
Candidate should have
working knowledge of
Fleetwood installation,
computer proficiency &
excellent people skills.
BILINGUAL IS A PLUS.
Competitive salary &
benefits with experience.
Email or fax resume to
malibuglass@verizon.net
or 310-456-2594
VCS269466
Construction
CITY OF
PORT HUENEME
CONSTRUCTION
INSPECTOR I/II
Salary: DOQ
Municipal Experience
preferred. Inquire at:
www.ci.port-hueneme.ca.us
by 3/30/2011
VCS269183
Cooks
INTERVIEWING
COOKS NOW!!!
Weekend Cooks
Prep Cooks
Weekend & PT positions
available. Oxnard - 30 Bed
Psych Hospital
(F) 818-880-3750 Attn: Kathi
(O) 818-880-3755 x 211
rader@raderprograms.com
VCS269361
Coordinator Positions
ACTIVE ADULT CENTER
SUPERVISOR OR
COORDINATOR
City of Moorpark:
FT; $4,377-$7,351 P/M; Your
resume and a completed
City of Moorpark employ-
ment application must be
received by 5:00 pm on
4/1/2011 in the HR Division,
799 Moorpark Ave, Moor-
park, CA 93021,
(805) 517-6238. (post-
mark/fax/email not accept-
ed in lieu of original
documents by closing date).
See City website for details
and to apply online:
www.ci.moorpark.ca.us
RECREATION
COORDINATOR I OR II
City of Moorpark:
FT; $3,099-$5,077 P/M; Your
resume and a completed
City of Moorpark employ-
ment application must be
received by 5:00 pm on
4/15/11 in the HR Division,
799 Moorpark Ave, Moor-
park, CA 93021,
(805) 517-6238. (post-
mark/fax/email not accept-
ed in lieu of original
documents by closing date).
See City website for details
and to apply online:
www.ci.moorpark.ca.us
VCS270002
*COUNSELORS* &
*THERAPISTS*
Rader Programs, nation’s
leading provider of eating
disorders treatment, seeks
Weekend Counselors. Ox-
nard, CA. Masters or Mas-
ter’s w/ License.
Fax: (818) 880-3750 Attn:
Dr. Rader, or email to:
rader@raderprograms.com
VCS269389
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
Instructional Aide
III, IV
Oxnard Infant/Toddler
center, Seasonal (Feb-
Sept), M-F, 7am-4pm.
Req: 12 units ECE/CD, 6
mos exp w/0-5 & qualify
for Assoc Teacher Per-
mit. Units in infant/tod-
dler devel preferred.
Cook II
Oxnard, M-F, 6am-3pm,
temp (up to 3 mos). Req:
2 yrs exp in institution-
al/commercial food ser-
vice. Must be able to
prepare meals using
whole food ingredients
(cooking from ‘scratch’).
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,
2550 E. Vineyard, Ste #170
Oxnard, CA 93036
(805) 604-4862
EOE/ V/ ADA/ Drug Free
Workplace/ Asset Infused
Organization
VCS268842
DENTAL RDA
New high-tech dental office
seeks F/T RDA minimum 2
yrs exp. Team player &
cheerful personality a
must. Knowledge of Den-
trix/Dexis pref’d. Competi-
tive pay. Excellent benefits.
E-mail or fax resume to:
MyEstheticSmile@gmail.com
or (805)988-2252
VCS269531
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.
VCS267482
DRIVER- Stake bed, for lo-
cal delivery service. Good
DMV, Must have HazMat
endorsement. Simi Valley
area. (805) 404-4655
VCS269175
Engineer
PRODUCT
TEST ENGINEER
to inspect/test electr./ma-
chinery/garage equip./auto
products for export. 2
years exp. & Bach. Deg.
Engineering or foreign
equivalent. Send resumes:
FPP (USA), Inc.,
Westlake Village, CA,
FAX#: 805-581-0958 or email
viktor.sirotkin@fpp-usa.com
VCS267952
Engineer
Test Engineer
Responsible for catalyst
characterization of auto-
motive catalysts. BS or
equiv. degree in Chem.
Eng., Chemistry or equiv.
field. 2 yrs exp. as Test
Eng., Chemical Eng., En-
gineer or equiv. 2 yrs
concurrent exp. with ana-
lytical equipment related
to catalyst characteriza-
tion, such as Lab Scale
Bench Reactors, Gas
Analyzers, Mass Spec-
troscopy & “BET” sur-
face area; Solid/Gas
catalysis; troubleshooting
& maintenance of analyti-
cal equipment; large vol-
ume data analysis &
presentation. Knowledge
of: LabView, Excel, Pow-
erpoint, Minitab, Micro-
soft Word & LIMS
software; Quality Control
Processes incl. SPC, Cali-
bration, Repeatability
Measures, Benchmark-
ing, Reference Check
Samples, Upper & Lower
Control Limits; working
in ISO16949/ISO14001 envi-
ronment. Jobsite: Ox-
nard, CA. Mail resume
to: Position WWK022011
Catalytic Solutions, Inc.
1621 Fiske Place,
Oxnard, CA 93033.
VCS267857
Healthcare
GOVERNMENT AUDIT
MANAGER
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Government/Commer-
cial Audit Manager is a
member of the Legal Ser-
vices, Compliance Depart-
ment and reports to the
General Counsel. This posi-
tion contributes to the ful-
fillment of the
organization’s mission by
operating and monitoring
compliance with govern-
ment regulations and com-
mercial insurance
contracted plans. This posi-
tion is responsible and ac-
countable to the General
Counsel for the monitoring
of information requests;
compilation of documenta-
tion; timely and accurate
release of information;
timely coordination of ap-
peals and all associated
deadlines. The Govern-
ment/Commercial Audit
Manager needs to be a
team player, leading the
team of case managers,
billing and coders in meet-
ings and organizing appeals
for the Health System.
Must have experience in
billing, coding, reimburse-
ment and chart audits.
Knowledge of government
and commercial programs
a must.
Qualifications: Associates
degree required; Bachelors
degree preferred. Three (3)
years experience in per-
forming billing, coding, re-
imbursement and medical
record reviews; audits in
healthcare is required. Ex-
perience in working with
time sensitive and confiden-
tial projects. Expert Knowl-
edge of MS Office (Excel),
working Knowledge of MS
Office (Word, Power-
Point).Ability to present in-
formation to a diverse
audience. Must be team
oriented, highly organized
person who can work inde-
pendently to complete
tasks. Effective communi-
cator with physicians, Man-
agers and Director level
staff.
LICENSE / CERTIFICA-
TION / REGISTRATIONS
REQUIRED: CCS-P, CPC,
CPC-H or CHC, RHIT,
RHIA certification pre-
ferred
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.
VCS267471
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AL GARZA
DRYWALL
Acoustic Removal
and 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
VCS269870
BILL DAVIS
DRYWALL, Inc
Ca Lic 835604
ACOUSTIC REMOVAL
Guarantee 1 Day Service
In Furnished Homes
’’PAINT READY’’
Liability & Worker’s Comp
805-644-4633 Office
or 805-479-1127 Cell
Free Estimates VCS269710
AIRE COMFORT INC.
Residential & Light Comm
Heating/AC/Ducting
Installs/Service/Repair
Owner Installer/BBB A+
Value Driven Pricing
Quality Work Guarantee
FREE Bids on Installations
Resd’l Htg/AC Svc $65/$85
Com Htg/AC Svc $100/$125
Contractor 805-797-9968
Lic #877321 VCS269157
OCEAN AIR
Furnace Change Out $1200.
Wall Furnace Change Out
$600. Mobile Homes $1700
A/C Syst Installed $4800.
SERVICE CALL $65.
805-815-5624
1/2 The $ As Pacific
Lic #891072 VCS268497
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 VCS267897
SIGNATURE FINISH
CARPENTRY, INC
Bonded/Insured/Licensed
• Crown Molding • Doors •
Wainscot • Mantles
• Columns • Etc
805-558-0551
Lic#948934 VCS269922
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 VCS267794
Noyola’s Carpet Cleaning
and Janitorial Service
• Truck Mounted
• Hot Water Steam
• Upholstery Cleaning
• 2 Rooms - $50.00
• Office & Sofa Cleaning
• Floor Wax/Polish
• Car Interior/Wash
FREE Estimates!
805-407-5839
VCS269072
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
VCS270024
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
VCS267314
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 VCS269991
CLARK & SONS
CONCRETE
•Driveway/RV Pad•Patios
•Pool Decks •Sidewalks
No Job Too Small
805-583-0480
LIC#408242 VCS268395
Escobar Concrete
Reasonable rates,
No job too small.
patios, block/retaining
walls, brick, stucco, pavers
tile, driveways stamp,
foundations, sea walls.
Robert 805-890-2198
Lic #819035 VCS268970
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 VCS268563
HANNAH
CONSTRUCTION
Concrete and Masonry
Specialists
Driveways, Patios, Pool
Decks, Stamped Concrete,
Pavers, Flagstone
805-418-7698
hannahconstruction.net
Lic # 884418 VCS270090
T & T
CONSTRUCTION
• Room Additions
• Kitchen & Bath
Remodels
• Patio Covers &
Decks
Tom 805-987-2860
Lic#425257 VCS266584
THE
DOORMAN
Specializing in Door
Installations & Door Repairs,
Windows, Moldings,
Cabinets. 32 years exp
Camarillo, CA.
805-890-9493
VCS269952
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 VCS267490
ALL-PHASE
DRYWALL
“No Job Too Small”
All Your Drywall Needs!
40+ Years Experience
Competitive Rates
805-701-3108 Lic #955634
VCS268285
Conejo Valley
Electric
Lighting Specialist
Recessed & Landscape
Anything Electrical!
Family Owned
* FREE Estimates *
SERVICE CALL $50
Cool off whole house, Attic &
Gable Fan Specialists.
Supply a ceiling fan & we
will install it for you. $149
We install ALL
Wall Mount, Flat Screen
TV’s, Speakers & Network
Systems.
Will Beat Anyone’s Price!
805-497-7711
818-259-4055
www.conejoelectric.com
Lic#922260
VCS269899
ELECTRICAL
PROBLEMS?
Repair & Replacement of
lights, plugs, switches,
breakers, panels and
Everything Else Electric!
Honest•Punctual•Expd
Excellent Referrals
Since 1981
805-988-0636
Around Town Electric
Lic 407590 VCS268521
KESTREL ELECTRIC
• Free Estimates
• Affordable Rates
• No Job Too Small
• Trouble Shooting
• Military Discounts
Available 7 Days A Week
805-551-8870
Lic#927740 VCS268685
Need An
Elelectrician?
Commercial • Residential
• Industrial
* New Service Upgrades
* New Construction
* Rewiring - Remodeling
* Recessed Lighting
Installation
FREE ESTIMATE
Rejis Electric
818-402-7841
St. Lic #435441 VCS269084
PACIFIC COAST
ELECT CONTRS
• Honest, Reliable & Exp’d
• Trouble Shooting
• Ceiling Lights & Fans
• Remodels
• All Work Guaranteed
Edward
(805)797-0402
Lic#806561 VCS269021
Payless Electric..................
LOW COST ELECTRICIAN
ON-CALL 24/7
* BBB acc. / 30 Years Exp.
* Free Est. w/10 Year Warr.
* Prices/Photos/Discounts:
www.paylesselectric.info
mc/visa. Ins/Bond/Lic#938346
Doing It All 4 LE$$
805-636-7444
VCS268201
CALABASAS
FIREWOOD
Mixed • Eucalyptus • Oak
All Sizes
818-889-3042
805-495-3622
VCS270087
HARDWOOD
FLOORING
•Recoat Specials!!
•New Sales •Installation
•Refinishing •Repairs
•37 YEARS EXPERIENCE
805-654-0969
Greg. Lic 643309 VCS268037
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 VCS269314
‘’A’’ PLUS
GARDENING
•Mow •Edge •Bushes
Trimmed •Yard Clean-ups
No job too big or small.
Reasonable. Free
Estimates.1 Time orMonthly
(805)336-3947 VCS268439
VASQUEZ
CONSTRUCTION
•Remodels • Renovations
•Patios & Covers
•Carpentry•Concrete
•Electrical •Plumbing
•Painting •Landscaping
vasquezconstructioninc.com
805-625-1758
license#938013 VCS258840
William Osborne
Construction
general contractor, home
improvements and repairs,
termite and dryrot repairs.
License #370124
(805)641-0217 (818)266-4035
VCS268001
A WOMAN
IN TRADE
Home Repairs
Complete Kitchen Bath
Remodeling Custom
Cabinets & Refacing
Wood Work/Molding
Tile, Paint, Drywall
Plumbing, Electric,
Lighting Reasonable/Clean
Lynn 805-487-7709
lic#285372 VCS267907
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 VCS269688
Handyman Service’s
Schor Construction
Framing, Carpentry,
Doors & Windows, Cabinets
& Refacing, Fencing,
Plumbing, Drywall, Paint,
25 Yrs. Exp Lic./Insured
805-256-5153
VCS268995
JT HANDYMAN
SERVICES
No Job Too Small
Responsible, reliable
and experienced.
805-647-2693
VCS268491
• lights • plumbing
• doors • carpentry
• locks • cabinets
• painting
Tim Voorhees 527-5808
LIC #724376 VCS267489
NEED
SOMETHING
DONE?
Give Me A Call
Carpentry, Electrical,
Plumbing, Doors,
Windows, Drywall, Etc.
Anything from Painting
to Remodels.
Licensed Contractor
Over 25 Years.
Richard McGaw
805-732-4341
Lic #488491 VCS268533
RETIRED
CONTRACTOR
w/43 years experience,
offering handyman svcs & all
phases of construction incl’g:
finish carpentry, decks,
plumbing, electrical, etc. No
job too sm or lg! 805-698-5712
not licd VCS268506
VILLAGE
HANDYMAN
(805)660-0407
Senior & Military Discount
(20% OFF LABOR)
* FREE Home Inspection
* DOOR SPECIALIST
* General Repairs
Residential & Commercial
Green Tech. Used
J.Mahon Const. Services
VCS268489
We Take Care of All Home
Improvement Needs.
Small jobs are welcomed.
* FREE Estimates
* Senior & New Customer
Discounts
(805)525-6860
Electrical, Plumbing,
Fences, Tile, Carpentry,
Flooring, Windows,
Cabinets, Painting,
Remodels and More.
Lic #945896 VCS268189
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 VCS268369
ANDY’s HAULING
Yard/Job Site Clean-up.
• Material Delivery
• Spreading • Weedeating
• Clearing
Truck carries 3 Tons or
6 yards light material.
805-798-3755
Lic #0000013016 VCS268149
CJ HAULING
* Real Estate Clean Up
* Jacuzzi Removal
* Yard & Garage Clean Up
* Concrete, Demolition
Debris & More
FREE Estimate Anytime!
805-252-3836
VCS268294
Eddie’s
Hauling &
Gardening Svc
Garage & Yard Cleanups,
Dirt & Concrete Removal,
Tree Trimming/Removal
Spa Removal.
Senior Discounts
Free Estimates
805-758-8920
VCS269240
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
VCS267280
Will Haul You Call
Best Price In Town.
Take pride in being clean
cut & honest. No job too
small. We also do
Demolition & Real Estate
clean-up. We haul it all
give us a call!
805-207-0301
lic#817361 VCS268900
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
VCS269308
HOUSECLEANING over 20
years exp. Excellent, fast
efficient & thorough work
at modest prices, and...
“I DO WINDOWS”
and gutters. I also love
to help the elderly as needed.
Have xlnt references. Call
805-201-8585 VCS269756
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!
(805)248-8330
VCS268636
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
VCS267793
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
Ins/Lic#798198 VCS269601
MONTESINOS CONCRETE
& LANDSCAPE
WHO SAID YOU CAN’T DO
CONCRETE &
LANDSCAPE YOUR HOUSE
IN THIS ECONOMY!
Call Today 805-797-6090
PLAIN CONCRETE $5.50/sf
(500sf min)
STAMP CONCRETE $7/sf
(500sf min) VCS269666
....NOTICE....
“California law requires that
contractors taking jobs that
total $499 or more (labor and
materials) be licensed. State
law also requires that contrac-
tors include their license num-
bers on all advertising. Check
out your licensed contractor by
calling the Contractors State
License Board at:
1-800-321-2752”
Acoustic Ceilings
Air Conditioning/
Heating
Cabinets
Carpentry
Carpet Cleaning
Computer
Services
Concrete Work
Concrete Work
Construction
Doors
Dry Wall
Electrical
Contractor
Electrical
Contractor
Firewood
Flooring
Gardening
General
Contractor
Handypersons Handypersons
Hauling
Hauling
House Cleaning
Landscaping
Motorhead
Blog.
Motorhead, LanceLambert
blogs all things onwheels.
Find new&used cars.
Find new&used cars.
Find a home.
vcshomes.com
Local online classifeds.
vcstar.com/ads
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vcstar.com/jobs
Find new& used cars.
vcswheels.com
Call 800221STAR7827
Local online classifeds.
vcstar.com/ads
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Premier Senior Livinq CommuniLy in 1housand Oaks, CA is seekinq
a hiqh enerqy, self-moLivaLed ExecuLive DirecLor Lo manaqe Lhe
daily operaLions. 1his posiLion requires: A Leam buildinq qo-qeLLer
wiLh a passion for seniors: Minimum of 5-years of increasinqly
responsible operaLions manaqemenL experience, includinq
budqeLary responsibiliLies: Proven mulLi-Lask abiliLy: Experience in
AssisLed Livinq, Home HealLh or Lonq 1erm Care environmenL.
We are seekinq a hiqh enerqy, self moLivaLed, DirecLor level kN Lo
manaqe and coordinaLe healLhcare proqrams for our Senior Livinq
residenLs. 1his is a wonderful environmenL Lo work and qrow:
achieve and experience Lhe rewards! Our DemenLia proqram was
developed and is mainLained wiLh inpuL from Lhe ÜniversiLy of
MinnesoLa Alzheimer's kesearch Proqram. 1his posiLion requires:
CurrenL California kN license: MlNlMÜM 2 years manaqerial[
supervisory experience: Home HealLh, AssisLed Livinq or Lonq 1erm
Care backqround.
Apply online aL:
www.8elmonLvillaqe|obs.com
8elmonL villaqe 1housand Oaks
3ó80 N. Moorpark kd.
1housand Oaks, CA º13ó0
Hiring Ìmmediately!
Brand-New Facility
£xecutlve Dlrector
Thousand Oaks, Callfornla
Dlrector of Nurslng
Thousand Oaks, Callfornla
Working, Growing & Caring at Belmont Village
EOE/Drug-free workplace
Tony’s Landscaping,
Yard Maintenance
& Hauling
Sprinkler System Repair
& Installation• Tree
Planting & Pruning
•Sodding & Seeding
•General Maintenance
•Low Rates• Free Est.•
18 yrs Exp. Lic # 00098280
Tony Juarez
C:805-760-1460
H:805-488-9852 VCS269364
ADVANCED
MOVING
We Make Moving “Easy”
Locally Owned
No Job Too Big or Small
*Free Boxes*
805-584-2007
Cal T#182606 VCS268972
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 VCS269344
DAN’S
Precision Painting
32 yrs. Exp.
Interior /Exterior
Complete /Partial
Xlnt Prep/Paint
(805) 987-2334
Lic#485764 VCS269465
FRESH COAT
PAINTING
Residential & Commercial.
Interior & Exterior
Stucco & Drywall Repair
Excellent Preparation
Quality Materials
20 years exp.Free Estimates
Centrally Located in Simi
Cell 818-749-2206
Brad 805-285-0485
www.FreshCoatSimi.com
Lic/bonded#887037 VCS269243
PAINTING
C & R WEST COAST
SERVICES
Comm’l & Residential
Interior & Exterior
Free Estimates!
Quality @ Reasonable Rates
805-647-4900
Insured/Lic635809 VCS269067
TONY’S
PAINTING
Commercial/Residential
Intr/ExtPressure Wash
Stucco RepairGood Prep
Free EstimatesLow cost
805-388-7014
or 805-816-0645
Insured/Lic777200 VCS269970
EXCELLENZ PAINTING
Wallpaper. Acoustic Ceiling
Removal. Attention - Home
Owners, Renters, Realtors
Through MARCH ONLY
30-50% OFF
on any Painting Project!
Member of BBB
Pedro 805-223-9384
Lic #877-858 VCS268075
Tony’s Plastering
Construction
Lath- Stucco-re-stucco-molds-
windows-doors-Concrete-
stone-block-brick-tile-
Drywall-acustic removal-
recoats framing-remodel-
paint repairs
Tel 805-377-851
Office 805-604-4801
VCS269633
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 VCS269252
$75.00 MAIN LINE
CLEANING
AM PM Rooter & Plumbing
All Plumbing Repairs.
(805)890-6524
Lic #563479 VCS268235
B/P PLUMBING &
DRAIN CLEANING
Full Plumbing Service &
Repairs, Copper Re-Pipes,
Gas Leak Locations &
Repairs, New Installations.
Water Heater Specials
FREE Estimates!
43 Years Exp. Lic #440993
805-822-3233
VCS269145
Affordable
Roofing
New
Installations
& Repairs
All Types
Rain gutter
Cleaning
805-681-0744
VCS268172
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.
VCS268103
Ricco Roofing Co, Inc.DBA
Fast & Dependable
Quality Work
(805)487-8189
www.ericksonsroofing.com
Free Estimates.Insured
Lic #734346 VCS269096
ARTISTIC TILE
IT’S BARGAIN TIME!
Specializing in
Kitchens, bathrooms,
floors and patios.
We take pride in being
clean cut & honest.
805-207-0301
Contr lic#817361 VCS269155
MASTER TILE
CRAFTSMAN
SPECIAL SPRING RATES.
ON LABOR COSTS!
Tile Floors starting at $3/sf.
Floated Showers starting
at $15/sf. Call Jonathan
805-443-3843
www.venturacountytile.com
Free Estimates Bonded &
Insured w/$2 Mil liablity
Lic#736631 VCS268525
AFFORDABLE
TREE SERVICE
•Trimming•Removal
•Stumps •Firewood
Free Estimates, Payment
Options Avail. 20 Yrs Exp.
24 Hr Emergency Svc
805-532-1710
licd & insured VCS268635
LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
• Expert Trimming
• Stump Grinding
• Yuccas & Shrubs
• Free Estimates
JOHN APPEL
(805)649-4759
VCS269988
I HANG IT!
LENA HOKANSON
WALLCOVERING
INSTALLATIONS
BECAUSE QUALITY
MATTERS
818-709-7407
www.ihangit.com
Serving Simi & Conejo Vly,
Morrpark & Camarillo
Since 1974
LIC 761973 VCS270043
Landscaping
Moving
Paint Contractor
Painting
Plastering
Plumbing
Roofing
Roofing
Tile
Tree Services
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
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Global Auto Processing Service, Inc.,
is one of the rapidly growing companies in
the vehicle (Hyundai, Kia, etc.) processing
industry. We are located on the Naval Base
in Port Hueneme.
Current job openings:
Drivers:
Flexible schedule FT/PT
Clean DMV/Background
At least 5 yrs exp. driving and must know
how to drive stick shift.
Clean DMV/Background/Drug screen
Office Administrator:
5 yrs Exp.
Knowledge of Microsoft Word/Excel/
PowerPoint
Type 45 WPM
Accessory Installers:
Preferably with 2 yrs exp. in auto industry
but not required
Exp. with power tools
At least 5 yrs exp. driving and must know
how to drive stick shift.
Clean DMV/Background/Drug screen
QA Inspector:
2yrs in QA feld
At least 5 yrs exp. driving and must know
how to drive stick shift.
Clean DMV/Background/Drug screen
Operations Sup.
5 yrs exp. in any of the following
environments- auto, auto processing,
manufacturing, productions
Competitive benefts & salary
Send all resumes to HR@gapsusa.com
www.gapsusa.com
VCS270231
Point Your Career In The Right Direction
A Schíumberger Compunv
Keep Moving Iorward
WiIson, u Schíumberger Compunv, ollers suppív-chuín
munugement soíutíons through un extensíve North
Amerícu brunch network thut provídes pípe, vuíves,
íttíngs, mííí, suletv und other muíntenunce products.
\e huve the loííowíng opportunítv uvuííubíe ín
Venturu, CA:
AlS Coordinator
1he kev roíe ol thís posítíon ís to locus on our
ALS customers ín Venturu Areu. 1hís posítíon ís to
communícute, grow und strengthen our reíutíonshíps
ín thut ureu und to deveíop other uccounts. \e
must truck, reportíng meusurements, ímprove pump
shop elícíencíes und present dutu monthív to our
ALS customers. Lstubíísh und meusure KPl's lor thís
ugreement. Lstubíísh busíness píuns lor ALS revenues
und opportunítíes ín the Venturu Areu. \ork cíoseív
wíth Regíonuí ALS Support to grow ALS revenues
ín Venturu Areu. Lstubíísh cuíí uccount ííst wíth kev
decísíon mukers lor ALS uccounts.
Víí·on vííí provídc cxrcn·ívc rraínín¤ |or appíícanr·
íoo|ín¤ |or a carccr chan¤c. Símííar opporruníríc·
arc avaííabíc ín 200+ I.S. branch íocaríon·.
\e oller un exceííent compensutíon und beneíts
puckuge thut íncíudes medícuí, dentuí, vísíon, 40l(k),
dísubííítv, educutíon ussístunce, ín-house truíníng,
und puíd tíme oll.
Cuuíííed uppíícunts shouíd emuíí theír resume to:
wiIsonjobs"iwiIson.com. Píeuse relerence job¤
20103005 ín the subíect íeíd when submíttíng vour
resume.
www.iwiIson.com
LCL
SUMMER SCHOOL
PARAEDUCATOR
SPECIAL EDUCATION
$13.31/hr
Vta Co Ofc of Ed has Para
openings at various loca-
tions Pos 4.5 hrs/day, 5
days/wk., 4 wks mid June
thru mid July (19 days)
Req: HS grad, 1 yr exp/stu-
dents in organized setting.
App/job desc available in
HR, 5189 Verdugo Way,
Camarillo, CA 93012 Info
805-383-1913. Can apply on
www.edjoin.org EOE
DEADLINE 3/25/11
VCS269639
Financial
COMPLIANCE
SPECIALIST
National recognized fi-
nancial services firm lo-
cated in Carpinteria
seeks experienced, moti-
vated individual for Com-
pliance Team. Resp
include: Audits, onsite
branch exams, interface
with CCO & Ops depts to
formalize & maintain
policies, & procedures,
review & approve ad &
mktg materials. Must
have S6, S26 with S7 &
S24 preferred w/ 8+ yrs
exp. PlanMember is a
SEC & FINRA reg b/d &
investment advisor pro-
viding retirement plan-
ning & services. Send
resume/salary history to
jobs@planmember.com
website at
planmemberfinancial.com
VCS269539
General Help
PERMANENT
Full Time WORK!!!
Due to high product
demand we are opening 2
new locations. Positions
in Cust Svc/ Appt Set/
Sales Assoc. Must be 18+
805.529.1846
VCS269623
Healthcare
www.livingstonvna.org
• RN, Home Health
• RN, Intake
• 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
VCS269469
HOUSEKEEPER
p/t(25 hours/week Tues-Sat
1:30am-6:30am)position for
Housekeeping and light Se-
curity duties for night shift.
Previous hospital house-
keeping experience pre-
ferred.
Please send a completed
application along with your
resume indicating position
of interest to:
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of HR VCS269547
Lease Operator
Tri-Valley Oil and Gas
has an immediate open-
ing for a Lease Operator
at their Oxnard facilities.
The ideal candidate will
have at least 3 years oil-
field lease experience.
Steam and/or Boiler expe-
rience preferred. Must
have strong mechanical
comprehension. Tri-Val-
ley Oil and Gas offers an
excellent compensation
and benefits package.
Tri-Valley Oil and Gas is
a Drug-Free Workplace.
Email resume:
dcofield@tri-valleycorp.com
or Fax 661-864-0600
Attn: Human Resources
No phone calls please.
VCS268738
HOUSEKEEPER/
SECURITY PART-TIME
(25 hours/week)position for
Housekeeping and Security
duties for night shift. Previ-
ous hospital housekeeping
experience preferred.
Please send a completed
application along with your
resume indicating position
of interest to:
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of HR VCS267910
Recreation Therapist / Aide
Per Diem - weekends and
some weekday availability.
C.T.R.S. or R.T.C. certifica-
tion preferred or related ex-
perience. Performs R.T.
Group Therapy and R.T.
Assessments.
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of HR VCS267912
Recreation Therapist
Full-Time. Mon-Fri.
8am-4:30pm. C.T.R.S. or
R.T.C. certification pre-
ferred or certification eli-
gible. Performs R.T. Group
Therapy and R.T. Assess-
ments
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director of HR VCS268764
INSURANCE
VERIFIER/
BENEFITS
COORDINATOR
Insurance Verifications,
Admin Asst. Part time.
Calabasas, CA. Mental
Health experience a plus
Ph 818-880-3755 x 211
Fax 818-880-3750
or Email to:
rader@raderprograms.com
VCS269289
LAWN SPECIALIST Land-
scape fertilization co. No
exp req. Good DMV, xlnt
physical cond, no criminal
record, well groomed. Must
speak fluent English. No
smoking 805-484-3296
VCS269544
MACHINE SHOP - CNC
MILL PROGRAMMER 3-5
yrs exp using Mastercam
or Unigraphics NX6. Fax
resume 805-644-8057 or call
805-644-8034 VCS269713
Manager
CLINIC MANAGER - MSO
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provides professional man-
agement to the operations
of the Center for Family
Health in support of medi-
cal care as directed by
medical staff and pursuant
to objectives and policies of
the heath system. Coordi-
nates patient care planning
with other departments and
centers.
Qualifications: Associate’s
degree (A. A.) or equiva-
lent from two-year college
or technical school. Must
have previous experience
as a Manager or Supervisor
of a medical practice. Ex-
perience in Pediatrics pre-
ferred. Bilingual in Spanish
is preferred. Clinical expe-
rience a plus, but not re-
quired.
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.
VCS267468
Manufacturing
2 QA POSITIONS
QA SUPERVISOR
Working level Sup. Con-
trols work flow & does
dim. insp. of machined
parts. CMM exp.
QA INSPECTOR
Dim. Insp. CMM a +
Both full time.
Excellent benefits.
Submit resume to:
555 Dawson Dr.
Camarillo, CA 93012
Fax: 482-7422
HR@jimsusa.com
VCS269436
MECHANIC At least 5 yrs
Harley Davidson exp. Own
basic tools. Full benefits
avail. Labor rate $80/hr.
Mechanics commission 50%
CALL 805-339-9448
VCS269307
MEDICAL ASSISTANT:
Full Time for Surgery
Practice in Ventura. Must
have back office experi-
ence. Fax resume to
(805) 643-3511 VCS269626
Medical Records
CODER III
Duties & Responsibilities:
To abstract and code dis-
charged patient records,
maintain discharge statis-
tics and to ensure complete-
ness of the medical record
in accordance with accred-
iting and regulatory agency
requirements. Performs
ICD-9 and CPT coding for
inpatient, Emergency De-
partment, Outpatient and
Same Day Surgery records.
Accurately abstracts health
data on all record types
into the Hospital system ac-
cording to established stan-
dards. Qualifications:
High School diploma or
general education degree
(GED) is required. Must
have Certified Coding Spe-
cialist certificate or three
years of Inpatient coding
with expectation to obtain
Certified Coding Specialist
certificate within one year
of hire. Previous Inpatient
coding experience strongly
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.
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.
VCS266747
Medical
SALES
Practice Mgmt Software
Co/Westlake Vlg. Opportu-
nities available in:
Sales - Inside phone sales
(Base, comm., bonus, 401k)
See details at:
www.compulink
advantage.com/careers
Email resume to
careers@compulink
advantage.com
or fax to 208-979-7789
VCS268769
Mental Health Worker
Nights (11pm-7:30am).
Must be available to work
weekends. F/T and P/T
status available upon suc-
cessful completion of 90 day
Introductory Period. Previ-
ous in-patient psychiatric
hospital experience pre-
ferred or similar related
healthcare experience. Di-
rect patient care duties in-
clude assisting with
admissions and discharges,
safety checks, vital signs
and charting. C.N.A. or
C.M.A. preferred.
Please send a completed
application along with your
resume indicating position
of interest to:
Aurora Vista del Mar
Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director
of Human Resources
VCS267915
Licensed
Psychiatric Technician /
Licensed Vocational Nurse
Per Diem Evening shift.
Administers medications,
charts and performs other
nursing duties as assigned.
Previous psychiatric hospi-
tal experience preferred or
similar healthcare experi-
ence. P/T & F/T status
available upon successful
completion of 90 day Intro-
ductory Period
Please send a completed
application along with your
resume indicating position
of interest to:
Aurora Vista
del Mar Hospital
Attn: Human Resources
801 Seneca St.
Ventura, CA. 93001
Phone: (805) 626-5287
Fax: (805) 652-2248
Matt Kohagen PHR, LMFT
Director
of Human Resources
VCS267906
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.
VCS268015
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CARPINTERIA VALLEY
WATER DISTRICT
WATER UTILITY
WORKER I
$3,310-$4,237/MO DOQ
EXCELLENT BENEFITS;
PERS MEMBER;
EMPLOYEE CONTRIB-
UTES EMPLOYEE
SHARE A CHANCE TO
WORK IN A GREAT COM-
MUNITY WITH REALLY
GREAT PEOPLE
THE DISTRICT IS SEEK-
ING A QUALIFIED INDI-
VIDUAL TO PERFORM A
VARIETY OF SKILLED
AND SEMI-SKILLED
TASKS IN THE CON-
STRUCTION, MAINTE-
NANCE, REPAIR AND
REPLACEMENT OF WA-
TER MAINS, SERVICES
AND METERS,
WATER PRODUCTION
FACILITIES AND RELAT-
ED EQUIPMENT
WHICH INCLUDES
PUMPS, CONTROL
VALVES, PRESSURE
REGULATING VALVES,
CHLORINATORS, BOOST-
ER PUMPS,
FILTRATION EQUIP-
MENT AND OTHER RE-
LATED FACILITIES.
MUST HAVE KNOWL-
EDGE OF AND ABILITY
TO OPERATE
BACKHOE AND OTHER
RELATED HEAVY
EQUIPMENT.
MUST LIVE WITHIN 30
MIN OR 30 MILES OF THE
DISTRICT
SERVICE AREA POSI-
TION REQUIRES AFTER
HOURS ON CALL
LICENSE CERTIFICA-
TION REQUIREMENTS:
POSSESS A CA
DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH SERVICES
WATER DISTRIBUTION
LICENSE D3 AND WATER
TREATMENT OPERATOR
T1 AT TIME OF HIRE.
CA DRIVERS LICENSE
WITH GOOD DRIVING
RECORD
APPLICATIONS MUST BE
RECEIVED BY 4 PM ON
APRIL 1, 2011
APPLICATIONS MAY BE
OBTAINED AT THE
DISTRICT DURING
BUSINESS HOURS,
M-F, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
OR ONLINE:
www.cvwd.net
SEND COMPLETED
APPLICATION AND
RESUME TO:
CVWD
1301 SANTA YNEZ AVE.
CARPINTERIA, CA 93013
E.O.E. VCS267801
OXNARD
Beautiful, clean efficiency
studio at Hollywood Beach.
Quiet, safe location. Close
to base. Steps to beach and
Channel Islands Harbor.
$995/mo - military discount
available. All utilities,wi-fi,
cable, refrigerator,
microwave included.
Unfurnished/Furnished.
No pets, no smoking, N/D.
Reference’s Required.
805-402-5115
VCS268269
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Performs a variety of complex & responsible
administrative duties for management.
Requires 1-yr college/tech school cert w/
specialized admin courses & 3 yrs increasingly
responsible admin exp.incl. ability to use MS
Office products and Ìnternet; min 50 wpm.
Salary Range: $3,482-4,353/month
Final Filing Date: Fri., 4/1/2011, 5:00 pm.
PARK RANGER I
May work wknds, hol or irreg hrs
(4/10schedule). Perform maint duties & patrol.
Req. AS degree with work in natural resources
or closely rel feld & 1 yr exp w/trail care, public
facilities, resource protection & enforcement
& interp. Valid CA DL & possession/ability to
obtain within 6 mo certifcation as a limited
peace officer of State of CA (P.C. 832) required.
Salary Range: $3,235 - $4,044/month
Final Filing Date: Fri, 4/15/2011, 5:00 pm.
Apply At:
403 W. Hillcrest Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
(805) 495-6471
See descriptions at
www.crpd.org
or call for fyer
DISTRICT APPLICATION REQUIRED.
Postmarks not accepted. EOE
VCS270020
Registered Nurse
RN II 6th Floor
Duties: Provides general
nursing care to patients in
hospital. Provides care
within scope of license. Ef-
fectively plans and commu-
nicates patient and family
education. Participates in
unit based educational ac-
tivities. Accurately and
timely documentation con-
sistent with practice and
hospital policy.
Education and/or Experi-
ence: Associate’s degree
(ADN) required, BSN pre-
ferred. One (1) to two (2)
years experience and/or
training; or equivalent
combination of education
and experience. Current
CA RN License and CPR
certificate 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
VCS266755
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.
VCS268026
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.
VCS266725
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.
VCS268021
Paralegal
TRUST ADMIN/
PROBATE PARALEGAL
(Experienced) needed for
small boutique Westlake
Village Estate Planning
law firm. Great location
and working environ-
ment. Benefits included.
Fax resume with salary
requirements to:
818-338-3287 or email to:
mrowe@trustplanner.net
VCS269869
PROGRAM
ANALYST
Head Start Program
$60K - $75K Annual
Serve as chief advisor to
the Head Start preschool
programs director on all
matters affecting pro-
gram budgets, enroll-
ments, expenditures, and
general business opera-
tions. Responsible for all
systemic and statistical
aspects of the Head Start
program; for devising
and recommending cours-
es of action to keep all
programs in proper bud-
getary balance. Reqr’s:
Min BA/BS in economics,
info science, math, opera-
tions analysis or related.
Min 3 yrs recent work
exp in responsible posi-
tion involving program
planning and budgeting,
systems dev. and imple-
mentation, data collec-
tion, analysis, and results
prep. Computer & Excel
proficiency. Apply by
03/18/11.
CDR, 221 Ventura Blvd.
Oxnard, (805) 485-7878.
AA/EEOE.
VCS268998
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Amgen Inc. seeks a Senior
Associate Project Manager,
P&PE Global Business Op-
erations. Reqs. Master’s de-
gree. Exp. Or coursework
in: Resource or capacity
planning; Business analy-
sis; Project planning; Pro-
ject Management Life
Cycle; Project manage-
ment software and spread-
sheets; MS Project;
Handling large data using
Microsoft Excel; Financial,
Statistical or mathematical
modeling; Working within a
team matrix environment.
Job Location: Thousand
Oaks, CA. Send resume
Ref. # 85S88M to: Global
Mobility, Amgen, Inc., One
Amgen Center Drive, Mail-
stop 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 sponsor-
ship. EOE.
VCS267577
Manufacturing
Quality Assurance
Sheet Metal Inspector.
Knowledge of receiving
inspection, specifications,
o/s processing, & MS
hardware a plus. Must be
computer literate and be
familiar with AS9102. 1st
shift. Benefits, 401k
Machinist
Experienced mill/turn
program and set up. Fa-
miliarity with Mori
NL1500 and NL2500 a big
plus. 1st shift. Benefits,
401k
Apply 7:00 -3:30 p.m.
Mon - Fri. at MGI,
5151 Commerce Ave.
Moorpark.
VCS269733
QC INSPECTOR/
MECHANICAL Part Time
ISO Exp pref’d Email
resume to ibg548@aol.com
VCS269696
RECEPTIONIST- Simi Val-
ley Must be proficient in
Outlook, Word and Excel.
Familiar with office equip.
and ordering supplies.
1+yr exp. req. $10-12/hr
DOE Fax resume to
805-955-4134 VCS269966
RECEPTIONIST Westlake
Village law office. Busy,
multi-line phones, photo-
copying, emailing, filing,
general office skills. Con-
tact Debbie at 805-371-0567
VCS269636
RECREATION
POSITIONS
City Of Moorpark
Temporary P/T positions
$8.11-$20.22/hr for Summer
Camp Moorpark; Must be
at least 16 years of age. See
details and apply online at
www.ci.moorpark.ca.us
A City of Moorpark employ-
ment application must be
received by 5 pm on 3/30/11
in the HR Division,
799 Moorpark Ave,
Moorpark, CA 93021
(805) 517-6238. (postmark/
fax/email not accepted in
lieu of original documents
by closing date).
VCS269575
Registered Nurse
CARDIOTHORACIC
CENTER COORDINATOR
(RN) - SURGERY
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Coordinator performs
clinical care activities and
is responsible for the coor-
dination of a specialty peri-
operative service for
patients, physicians, and
other identified customers.
With Director and Manager
collaborates and provides
support for achieving estab-
lished goals.
Qualifications: Associate’s
Degree (ADN) required,
BSN preferred. Open Heart
experience is required.
Management experience 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.
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
VCS267469
Registered Nurse
CARDIOTHORACIC
CENTER COORDINATOR
(RN) - SURGERY
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Coordinator performs
clinical care activities and
is responsible for the coor-
dination of a specialty peri-
operative service for
patients, physicians, and
other identified customers.
With Director and Manager
collaborates and provides
support for achieving estab-
lished goals.
Qualifications: Associate’s
Degree (ADN) required,
BSN preferred. Open Heart
experience is required.
Management experience 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.
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
VCS269516
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.
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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.
VCS268023
Restaurant
MANAGER OF PRODUC-
TION/OPERATING WORK-
ERS for Wienerschnitzel
#580 – Associate degree plus
2 years of experience in the
relevant area; enforce sani-
tary practices for food han-
dling, maintain professional
restaurant image of the
franchise; estimate food
and beverage costs; super-
vise portion control and
quantities of preparation;
manage the team
members’ schedule; ensure
safe environment; manage
equipment & materials; re-
cruit food producing em-
ployees; ensure customer
service for the food pro-
duced. Please mail resume
to 2830 S. Ventura Road,
Oxnard, CA 93033, attn.:
Hyung Woo Lee.
VCS267983
RETAIL
NOW HIRING!
PRODUCE
ASSOCIATES
Smart & Final LLC, the
nation’s largest ware-
house grocery chain, is
seeking ambitious, ener-
getic, team-players with
excellent customer ser-
vice and communication
skills. Must have wet
rack exp. to apply, be 16
or older, & enjoy working
in fast-paced environ-
ment. Rapid pay increas-
es & excellent career
opportunities.
Please apply in person at
the following locations:
• 7224 Mason Ave.
Winnetka, 91306
• 389 Arneil Rd.
Camarillo, 93010
• 16210 Devonshire St.
Granada Hills, 91344
• 22631 Ventura Blvd
Woodland Hills, 91364
We invite you to join
our winning team!
VCS268756
Entry Level
Relief Sales Rep
Ventura, CA
$36-38K/Year, sales to
established accounts.
College degree and sales
experience preferred
Great benefits &
oppty for advancement
Merchandisers
Needed
in the Ventura County
area. Start @ $11/hour.
Required to lift 30-55 lbs
regularly. Personal trans-
portation/valid insurance
and pass background and
drug testing. Must be 18
years or older
Call for an appointment
805-641-4200 ext 4321
VCS269621
INSIDE SALES
heavy telemarketing selling
to contractors. Organized,
PC/Google apps com-
fortable. Reliable, must
have good referrals + exp.
F/T. $10-$15/hr + some
sales commission. Position
in Santa Paula. Email to:
johnmnow@gmail.com
VCS269741
Sales
INSIDE SALES
4 Strong Voices Needed!
Tired of a minimal pay-
check? Give us a shot. We
train motivated, committed
individuals to earn “skies
the limit income” We have
reps that earn $75k plus per
year. We offer up to $12/hr
+comm+bonuses 7am-
2:15pm. Call Pat at
805-644-4077 VCS268464
SECRETARY F/T for West-
lake Vlg Property Mgmt co.
Heavy ph, typing & comput-
er skills a must. Call Don
9am-5pm 800-729-5673, ext 0
VCS269877
Security
Unarmed Hospital
Security Officers
FT positions available;
Competitive Salary.
Health, Dental, 401K, Va-
cation, Paid Training &
Continuing Ed. HS gradu-
ate/GED Equivalent,
clean driving record,
drug testing, profession-
ally groomed. Nonsmok-
ing environment.
Interview dates:
Tues & Wed
(Mar. 15 & 16) 9am-3pm,
No appt. necessary.
Apply at Los Robles
Medical Center,
215 W. Janss Rd.,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360,
See Receptionist.
Walk-ins OK
or call (800) 425-0775
VCS269554
Software Engineer
Desi gn/ devel op/ test/ i nte-
grate testing suites, prod-
ucts and certification
programs to satisfy fulfill-
ment of required design
specifications and product
functionality. Develop de-
tailed test specifications
and formulate/analyze test
results including corrective
actions to resolve system
defects. Maintain and up-
grade existing sys-
tems/technology/protocols
in the Smart Grid industry.
Master’s degree in Comput-
er Science or related+2
years exp. in energy/power
area of smart grid and de-
mand response system.
Must be familiar with
SOAP, Java/J2EE and
UML. Send resume to:
Steve Kang at QualityLogic
5401 Tech Circle,
Moorpark, CA 93021.
VCS268882
Statistician
AMGEN INC. has an oppor-
tunity for a Biostatistics
Manager. Reqs: Master’s &
3 yrs exp; & exp in the
pharmaceutical or medical
research industry; statisti-
cal analyses & computa-
tions; survival analysis;
working with cross-func-
tional teams; SAS, R, S-
PLUS. Job site: Thousand
Oaks, CA. Reference #
84AVUW & 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.
VCS262677
Transportation
City Of Simi Valley
Transit
Superintendent
$6,277 - $8,065/mo + XLNT
benefits. Equiv to comple-
tion of 12th grade w/course
work in business admin,
trans planning, or related;
4 yrs trans admin exp; & 1
yr supervisory exp are req.
Must possess/have ability to
obtain a CA Class B D.L.
w/passenger endorsement &
a Bus Driver Instructo cert.
The first 100 apps will be
accepted until 5pm 4/7/11.
Contact HR at
www.simivalley.org
(805) 583-6743 or at
2929 Tapo Canyon Rd.,
Simi Valley, CA EOE
VCS269735
Water Services
Technician I
$20.22 – $27.27/hr
For City of Camarillo.
More info visit.
www.ci.camarillo.ca.us
or call HR 805-383-5618.
Submit City App by 03/16/11
No faxes or postmarks.
601 Carmen Dr, Camarillo,
CA 93010 EEO
VCS268368
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
VCS269076
CAM 2+1.5
Move In Special
1 MONTH FREE!
Lovely spacious townhome
Attached 2 car gar. Tennis,
Playground, pool & spa.
805-482-1682 VCS269095
CAMARILLO

SWEET HEART
of a DEAL!

Avail March 2nd
2bd+1ba
ONLY $1,285/mo
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.
Ask about our Good
Credit BONUS!
805-987-6146
Hacienda De Camarillo
831 Paseo Camarillo
Open 7 days
*OAC Credit Problems?
We can help.

CLIP “N” SAVE
FREE
Credit Report
with Move In.

VCS268192
CAMARILLO
AFFORDABLE
Small, Quiet, 55+comm.
Upstairs 1 bd w/balcony,
Downstairs 1 bd w/patio,
a/c, fridge, gas stove,
lndry rm clubhouse.
111 Holly Dr.
PARK GLENN SENIORS
805-482-6000 VCS269868
FILLMORE ADULT 55+
1br, a/c, all utils pd, except
elec. From $745.HUD/PET
OK. Call 805-642-9527 or
805-524-4124 VCS269426
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 2/28/11
CALL TODAY!
(805) 524-4700
Affordable Housing
*Income/Lease
Restrictions Apply
VCS269200
NEWBURY PARK
CASA OAKS APTS
Studios 1 & 2 Bdrms
Custom paint and
carpet, fireplaces,
balcony, pool,
laundry facility.
Dogs Welcome
$30 application fee.
2088 W Hillcrest Dr
888.201.4050
VCS269755
OXNARD 1+1 Mandalay
Shores. Surf and Sand, half
block from beach. Avail
March. 805-644-4131
VCS267796
Oxnard 1 Bedroom
STOP! See Us First!
Spacious. Frig included.
North end convenient to
Fwy. From $950.
Parkwood Gardens
805-983-1201
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS269707
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
VCS269223
Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $850
1+1 $995
2+1 $1250
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool &
spa tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS269664
Oxnard
CAMINO DEL SOL
SENIOR APARTMENTS
• Affordable 1 & 2 Bedrooms
• Beautiful 55+ Community
• Central Heat & A/C
• Garage & Extra Storage
• Planned Activities
• Pet Friendly
1910 Camino Del Sol
805-278-7744
VCS268482
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
VCS267706
Oxnard
Monterey Villas
Apartments
• 2 Bedroom Townhouses
• Washer/Dryer every unit
• Dogs & Cats Welcome
(Breed Restrictions Apply)
• Large Private Patios
Lines are open 24/7
866-291-3218
VCS268518
OXN
Elegant Living
near marina. Beautiful
complex with garages,
washer, dryer hookups,
pool and spa. No pets.
SPECIAL
Discount Rate Now!
Large 1+1 & 2+2
Please come see the
friendly manager for the
other move in specials at
VILLA MARINA
1320 S. Victoria, Oxnard
805-985-0644 VCS268143
OXN EL RIO area STUDIO
$625 new paint/blinds, quiet
area, all utils paid. No pet.
805-796-5665 VCS269552
OXN N. 2 Bdrm - Large,
clean and quiet. Gated
prk’g. Close to fwy. From
$1,250. (Gonzales @ H St.)
CEDAR GLEN APTS
805-485-5877
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS269852
OXN SPRING SPECIALS!
Renovated 1, 2, 3 bedrm
apartments available at
Rancho Solana Apts
805-485-1208 VCS269221
OXN Studio $750 full kitchen,
large bath and closets.
Historical District. Bkr, Toni
805-984-3613 VCS269366
PT HUE 1 Bdrm - Clean,
quiet property. Fresh
paint, clean carpets, pool
and gated prk’g from $895.
Across from Navy Base.
PARK MADERA APTS
805-984-4062
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS269849
SIMI 1+1 $975 & UP
Gated, Garden Building
with Pool, A/C. No pets.
805-520-9486 VCS267821
SIMI GATED COMMUNITY
3+2 & 2+2. Pool, spa, f/p, &
tennis court. Baywood Apts
805-581-9052 VCS269910
SIMI VALLEY STUDIO in a
Senior Mobile Home Park.
$1,000/mo, all utils paid.
805-625-1102 VCS268833
Stonepine Apts
Near 23 & 101, T.Oaks
805 497-3450
Move-In Specials
VCS269682
THOUSAND OAKS 2+1
balcony or patio, a/c,
parklike setting, pool, BBQ
area, laundry room. Call
Manager for
Move-in Specials
805-495-8698 VCS267663
Thousand Oaks
Stonepine Apts
** 13th Month FREE! **
CALL NOW
805 497-3450
VCS269684
T.O MOUNT CLEF APTS
Spring Specials!
1br from $1050. 2br from
$1350.Pool/Spa/Playpark.
www.mountclef.com
805-492-2022 VCS267693
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
VCS268774
VENTURA
1br apt $950, 2br apt $1200
Near college. No smoke/pets.
805-890-2142 VCS268514
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CITRUS GLEN
A real sense of
HOME
GAS AND WATER PAID
805-647-6755
CALL WE ANSWER!
VCS268353
VENTURA
Ventura Village
Green 3+1.5
Kid friendly, private patio,
no pets 3bdrms 1full/1half
baths $1,550.00/mo
(805)642-4500
VCS268371
1 & 2 Bedroom
BLOWOUT
Starting at $1095
Water & Trash PAID
Spacious Floorplans
W/D Hookups
Kitchen Appliances
Rec Room includes
• Pool Tables
• 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
VCS269073
We Have The
One For You!
BRAND NEW
1 Bedroom
Apartment Homes
Washer/Dryer included
Walk-in Closets
Sparkling Pool
Refreshing Spa
Fitness Center
Internet Coffee Lounge
805-856-3456
ralstoncourtyards.com
VCS269077
VTA 1+1 $900/mo+$600/sec.
2+1 $1,200/mo+$600/sec.
Vance 805-641-1776
VCS269194
VTA 1+1 MONTALVO
Just Refurbished, upstairs,
$850mo+$850dep. Incls most
utils. No Pets. 805-647-7212
VCS267795
VTA 1 Bdrm - Best value
in town! See us before you
rent. From $1,095.
(just west of Victoria)
Ventura Del Sol Apts
805-656-0236
or visit: aptlifestyles.com
VCS269857
VTA 2+1 $1200 no smoke,
indoor cat ok. 2+2 & 3+2
from $1475, patio, ocean
view, f/p,. Apply at office
Tues -Sat, 80 Aliso Lane,
11am-5pm VCS269313
VTA 2+1 MONTALVO APT
$995 Nice, big rooms, large
closets. Water/trash paid
805-642-9660 VCS268658
VTA 2+1 near PV Mall, gar,
yard $1175. 1+1 nr hospital
2nd floor, gar. $995 N/S/P.
805-648-3590 VCS270016
VTA 2br 2ba x-Lg units w/all
appliances, close to shopping
$1295. Some units avail for
handicapped and/or seniors.
805-658-7453 VCS268101
VTA Best Value!
Hawaiian Village
2+1 to 3+2 $1275-$1875mo
Avail Now! Half OFF 1st
Months Rent For Details
805-641-2769 VCS267984
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
VCS269676
VTA
Harbor View Villas
Luxury Apts.
Ocean view.
Most utils paid
Free basic cable.
333 N. Kalorama
805-648-1760
VCS267626
VTA Large 1+1, new carpet
& paint, pool, gar, indoor cat
ok, onsite lndry.Avail March.
Please call for appointment.
805-644-4131 VCS267799
VTA LARGE 2+1 upstairs
$1,485/mo & 2+1 downstairs
$1,520/mo. Includes all utils.
Pleasant surroundings.
Access to transit/shpp’g &
restaurants. 805-642-3000
VCS269689
VTA MEDITERRANEAN
Feel, Townhouse Style
2+2, $1850, f/p, dishwasher,
garage, hkps, water paid.
60 & 74 Coronado
805-653-7711 VCS270074
VTA MEDITERRANEAN
Feel, Townhouse Style
2+2, $1850, f/p, dishwasher,
garage, hkps, water pd.
60 & 74 Coronado
805-653-7711 VCS268790
VTA West 2+1 ($1,100+dep)
& (or) 1+1 ($900+dep)
very quiet, ground level,
laundry, parking, all utils
pd except elec. Close to
downtown & beach
805-701-0656 VCS269264
CAMARILLO 2+2 Leisure
Village 55+. $1450/mo.
Available April 1st. Call
805-444-5402 VCS269083
CAM SPRINGS 2 Masters +
2.5 Baths, att gar, gated.
N/S/P. $1750 805-497-9568
VCS269657
CAM Townhomes, 2 car gar,
refrig, stove, dishwasher,
utils incl, active military.
See Our Full Page Ad for
Lincoln Military Housing.
805-982-3738 VCS268509
CARPINTERIA Beach
Grove Condo for Lease
N/S, N/P Avaiable 4/1
3bdrms 2full/1half baths
$2,050.00/mo (805)658-2024
VCS268485
CONDOS
AND APTS
VTA 2+1 $1075
on Hummingbird
VTA 2+1 upstairs,
water/trash paid.
Ocean/hillside views
$1200 S.Evergreen
VTA 1+1 back half
of duplex, wood
floors & fireplace.
$1150. Buena Vista
VTA 1+2, 3 story
beach unit,
2 car garage and
awesome views
$2500. San Pedro
SP 2+1 front unit in
a triplex. Fresh
paint, own lndry
hkps $1050.High St
All properties are no pets,
no smoke, 1 year 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
CONDOS
AND APTS
VTA 2+1 $1075
on Hummingbird
VTA 2+1 upstairs,
water/trash paid.
Ocean/hillside views
$1200 S.Evergreen
VTA 1+1 back half
of duplex, wood
floors & fireplace.
$1150. Buena Vista
VTA 1+2, 3 story
beach unit,
2 car garage and
awesome views
$2500. San Pedro
SP 2+1 front unit in
a triplex. Fresh
paint, own lndry
hkps $1050.High St
All properties are
no smoke, no pets
and 1 year lease
venturahomesforrent.com
805-650-2500
VCS269652
FILLMORE 3+2 fabulous
dramatic floor plan with
1,800sf, 2 car att gar, newly
decorated with granite and
marble throughout.
So Much More! $1,550.
SARALEI REALTY
805-529-5853 VCS267694
OXN 2+2+den Beautiful
Harbour Island! Marina
views gated comm, one
level, $2495 Toni, Broker
805-984-3613 VCS268902
Oxnard Condo - Large 2+2,
2nd flr corner flat, balcony,
wd, 2 car ug prkg, elevator,
pool, by heritage square.
$1,345/mo. 805-657-1825
VCS268744
OXNARD
THE COLONY
2+2
Tennis, pool, jacuzzi, wash-
er & dryer, 2 car garage
2 br, 2 ba, $1,800.00/mo
(805)642-4500
VCS269653
OXN MANDALAY BAY,
WATERFRONT 2+2.5+den,
40’ boat slip, great view.
No pet. N/S. $2000/mo
805-985-8653 VCS268290
PT HUE 2+1 Condo
granite & tile throughout.
2439 Rudder St. $1,275/mo.
805-482-6898 VCS267992
PT HUE-Beautiful Hueneme
Bay 55+ comm 2+2 on
golf course, pvt patio, sep
lndry rm, 2 car gar $1385
805-985-5449 VCS269011
SIMI 2+1 new carpet &
paint, 2 car detached gar,
$1495/mo+sec dep. Sukhi
805-402-5050 VCS269335
SIMI 2+2.5 GORGEOUS
Remodeled Townhme, patio,
gar, f/p. UPGRADED
THRU-OUT! Pool. $1675
No pets. 661-822-0511 or
805-404-2140 VCS270006
THOUSAND OAKS 1+1 Oak
Knoll Villa Retirement
Comm. Must be 55+ to
apply. 2nd floor condo with
elevator. Same flr coin lndry.
Lg balcony, newer appls.
view from all rms and bal-
cony. Beautiful cul-de-sac
location near Thousand
Oaks Mall. Carport park-
ing for 1 car. Small dogs/
cats ok w/owner approval.
$50/pet extra per month
(max 2 pets). Min 1 year
lease. Karen 805-509-0886
for info VCS269037
THOUSAND OAKS - 2+2
OAK KNOLL VILLA CONDO
with all amenities. 55+
Community. $1,650/month.
805-551-5831 VCS269724
T.O. 1+1 w/carport & a/c, in
55+ Oaknoll Villas.
$1,125/mo lease. No smoking.
805-300-2328 VCS269786
VENTURA 3+2
$1700 +deposit. Water in-
cluded. No credit check.
Section 8 ok.
Call 805-479-6795
VCS268675
VTA McKeon 2+1 just
remodeled, 2 parks/2 shpp’g
cntrs closeby, gar, storage/
lndry, wtr/sewer/trsh pd.
$1,200/mo+$1,000/dep.
Credit Check. 805-642-4289
VCS268981
VTA PARKSIDE 2 BDRM
near Govt Ctr. Lg enclosed
front & back patios, lg 2
car att gar, laundry in
unit, pool/spa. Pet?
$1600. Some utils pd. Call
805-258-2700 VCS270027
VTA W. Almost New!
Nice & clean, 2+2, f/p, w/d
hkups, sm deck, 2 car gar,
N/S/P. $1,600/mo+dep.
Oak Street Property Shoppe
805-643-1288 VCS269594
OXNARD DUNES 2bd+2ba
Near beach, 2 car garage,
$1,600/mo. 805-984-8780
VCS268241
Ventura 2+1 Sharp Duplex
w/ocean view nr downtown
$1850, first+ dep, pet ok
805-901-8493 VCS269915
VTA MONTALVO 2+1,
laundry rm, 1 car garage,
$1300/mo. 805-901-7788
VCS269460
VTA E. House Interim
Rental 2+2, pool, f/p, all
utils, grdnr/pool service pd,
good area, N/S/P, $2,000+sec
Oak Street Property Shoppe
805-643-1288 VCS268931
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DOWN ON YOUR
HOUSE?
Know your rights.
Get FREE REPORT at
OjaiStopForeclosure.com
KW-Ojai DRE#01438966
VCS269467
CAM 2+1, clean, washer and
dryer, garage, incl gardener
$1490+dep 261B Nellora St.
805-760-3706 VCS269798
CAM 2br very quiet ranch.
1 yr lease. No pets. By appt
805-444-0450
VCS269424
CAM 3+2 Mission Oaks,
avail now. Pets? 344 Otono
Grdnr pd.Lse $1875 crdt ck/
refs req 805-482-5013 Kathy
Frownfelter VCS269972
CAM 3+2 VERY CLEAN, on
quiet cul-de-sac nr schools/
shops, f/p, w/d, refrig, $1950,
gardener incl, refs/credit
ck. 805-625-0673 VCS269659
CAMARILLO - LEISURE
VILLAGE (55+). Gated 2+2
and DEN. Very nice with
crown molding, garage.
No pets. $1,795/month. Many
utilities paid. 805-300-1330
VCS269453
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 3/15/2011.
805-455-7136
VCS268655
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 VCS269025
NBP - 4034 Colonett, 3+2,
remodeled, community pools,
tennis court, $2,400/mo.
805-498-4451 VCS269511
OAK View 2+1 Gorgeous!
Renovated, hkups, carport,
outdoor pet ok. Must see!
$1350. Available now
805-794-7437 VCS267496
OXN 2+2+large family
room, fenced backyard,
$1700/month. Call
805-216-6581 VCS269764
OXN 4+2+2 car garage,
big backyard, $2100/mo
805-509-9810 or 805-509-6204
or 805-248-6630 VCS267839
OXN 4+2 Large corner lot,
gar, f/p, $1,650+$1,650dep.
Coast Prop Mgmt
805-988-8077 VCS267937
OXNARD YOUR OWN
BOAT DOCK plus a very
nice, approximately 2000
sq ft 2+2.5 HOME. Large
sunroom and deck. Near
Seabridge Shops and Res-
taurants and Naval Base
Ventura County. $2800/mo
+Security Deposit. Call
Ronald Ormsby, Broker
805-482-2703 VCS269641
OXN Channel Islands brand
new 5+3+ den+ofc, xlnt
loc, upgrades, temp boat
dock, $2,595. 818-389-6439
VCS269184
OXN MANDALAY BAY
2 story 2+2.5+den, 2 car
garage, private boat dock
$2250 Toni, Broker
805-984-3613 VCS267986
OXN NEWER SHOWPIECE
3+3+den, formal dining,
cust window, wall treat-
ments, gourm kitch, lush
landscape, much privacy.
$1995 Keith Hanson RE
805-981-1552 VCS268875
OXN Walk to Beach
903 Dunes St. 2100sf 3+2.5,
2 car gar, f/p, W/D, refrig,
lg Master. N/S. $1995+$2000
Dep w/1 year lse. Pets ok
Avail now 310-374-2298 or
310-422-9836 VCS268356
VCS269262
PT HUE 4+2, very clean,
large yard. $1900/mo Avail
now. Sonia 805-207-5894
VCS268778
SIMI 3+1.5 with built-ins,
air, fenced yard, gardener,
$1750/month+dep. Call
818-340-0373 VCS267988
SIMI 3+2+POOL, lg yard
2971 Fairbanks $1950/mo.
Avail now. N/P. Call Agent
805-217-7575 VCS269527
SIMI 4+1.5, living rm+huge
family rm, a/c, remod bath,
new windows.$1,950/mo+dep.
805-208-9927 VCS269866
SIMI 4+3
Executive Home
2162 Sq Ft. $2,395
805-217-0343
VCS269235
SIMI 5+2, remodeled kitchen
upgrades, a/c and gardener.
Owner occupied for 20 years.
$2,350/mo+$2,500/dep. Alex
805-501-9237 VCS268993
SIMI A very clean 2+1.5
remodeled, $1400 + utils
N/S/P 805-428-1847
VCS269395
SIMI VALLEY
4BR +3BA
lovely Townhouse
in quiet community
w/pool/spa. Close to
mall, shopping center,
school. New remodeled
wood & tile floor and
paint. W/D hkps, Central
Air/Heat, 2 car garage.
patio, $2450+SEC.
(805) 501-6419 or 501-6418
Sec 8 accepted VCS269497
VENTURA HILLSIDE
Home Gorgeous views,
3 Bed, 1.5 Bath $2195/mo
Call Bridget 805-648-9900
VCS269930
HOUSES
VTA 2+1 west end
$1450 Sec 8 ok
on Fraser.
VTA 3+2 $2050
on Byron
VTA 4+2 $2100
On Terry Dr.
VTA 3+2.5
corner lot $1850
on Tuolomne
VTA 4+2.5
by college $2100
on Day Rd
VTA 3+2 east end
single story home,
refrig, washer/dryer
$1695. Rubicon
VTA 4+2 below col-
lege, huge backyrd,
refrig/washer/dryer
$1950. Estates
OXN 5+3 Whalers
Village $1900
on Hemlock
OXN 4+2 $2150
on Tiller
Sta Paula 2+1 $1050
on North 12th
Sta Paula 4+2 2 sty
w/ocean views from
master. Gardener
incl $2700. Shasta
All properties are no pets,
no smoke, 1 year 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 2+1 @ 386 S. Evergreen
Nice backyard, gardener
incl $1675+Dep - OAC
No P/SM. Central Coast
805-389-6803 VCS269611
VTA 2+1 & 4+2 , w/d hkups,
water/trash paid. Avenue
area. $1350/mo & $2000/mo
805-746-0549 VCS270062
VTA 2bd+2ba House - $2,095
Pierpont Ocean View, yard,
garage, jacuzzi. Exit R.E.
805-652-1920 x10 VCS268867
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VTA 3+2 stately early 1900’s
landmark home. Wd flrs, f/p,
stove, yd, dbl gar, lndry
hkups. $2,250+dep.
Coast Prop Mgmt
805-988-8077 VCS268646
VTA E. 2+2, f/p, yd, att dbl
gar, N/S/P. $1,600/mo. 1 year
lease. 10341 Alexandria.
805-642-5377 VCS268631
VTA E. 3+2+small office,
fam rm, living rm, f/p,
beautiful landscape
$1975+dep 9880 Cheyenne
St (805)415-2008 VCS269266
VTA WESTSIDE 3+1, tile
flrs, w/d hkups, remodeled,
$1,600/mo. 805-279-1089 or
805-987-0667 VCS268428
BARN FOR LEASE Hidden
Valley.14 lg stalls, office,
lndry, kitch, ba, grooms
apt, arena. Lease All or
Part 805-857-4389 VCS268930
VTA E. Unique Studio loc
Victoria at Foothill. Quiet
park-like area, N/P/S/D,
$900/mo+1st & last+dep,
incls: gas, electric & water.
Owner resides on property.
805-644-0316 VCS267962
PT HUE 1 Rm Avail - Just
Reduced $620+$150dep+last
mo rent, close to Base & bch
N/S/D/P, lndry/kitch privs.
805-279-9939 VCS267928
CAM 1 Bdrm + 1 Full Bath.
Pvt entry, kitch & lndry
privs. $650/mo, N/S/D/P.
805-358-3963 VCS268343
CAM 1 Master Bedroom
pvt bath, utils pd. $650+sec
NO P/S/D. 805-484-6252
VCS268787
CAMARILLO room $550+
dep incl elec, cbl, washer
/dry. New house @ Adolfo &
Flynn 1821 Santo Domingo
N/S/D 805-389-1545 or
Cell 805-612-9769 VCS269139
CAM AVAIL NOW, Lg 19x15
Rm w/walk-in & dbl closets,
share house, internet access,
extra parking/storage. Pool/
jacuzzi. $650mo+$200dep
incl utils. 805-389-1096
VCS270012
CAM HEIGHTS, Custom
home. 2 rms. Pvt ba, lg deck
1 ac, full privs. Cable, lndry,
WiFi, ofc sp, Avail April 1st.
805-504-9696. VCS270018
CAM Lovely Room $500/mo,
includes: utils, cable and
house privs. 805-624-6248
VCS268342
FILLMORE 1 Bdrm furn or
unfurn. Kitch/lndry/hse
privs,$575/mo,util incl, N/S/D.
805-616-8470 VCS269294
NPK room in lg home w/pool,
wireless int, $700 utils incl
$350dep No drugs. Outside
smoking ok 805-750-5069
VCS270084
NP ROOM FOR RENT
in beautiful family home,
no pets. $600, utils incl. Call
805-498-0799 VCS269969
OXNARD
MANDALAY BAY
$575/mo incl utils.
shared bath. No smoking,
No drugs, No pets.
1st & last. 805-701-2127
VCS269024
OXN Fully furnished room,
large quiet home, utils/wi-
fi incl. N/S, Safe neighbor-
hood, 1 mi to beach $495.00
+ dep. 805-986-5006
OXN FURNISHED ROOM
$550+dep, includes utilities
and house privs. N/S/D/P.
805-483-3152 VCS268951
OXN Furnished Room, DSL
& SAT, hot tub, full privs,
share bath, $650/mo+$350
dep, incl utils. 805-236-0276
VCS268401
Oxn, Mandalay Shores, un
furn, kitch priv., non-smok-
er, prvt ba, Avail 4/1, $800
+ Dep, 479-2153 VCS269694
OXN SHORES Room w/bath,
$650, house privs, close to
beach. N/S/P. 805-807-1437
VCS269916
Port Hueneme near
Pleasant Valley base entr.
Room in family home,
2 story home, rm in lower
floor, share bath in upper
floor, incl util, kitch priv.
No Smoking, Drugs, Pets
Only $500/mo
377-2162 or 246-5370
VCS268443 VCS268443
PT HUE Furn Room, share
bath, n/d/s/p, $550+$100 dep,
utils, kitch, laundry incl.
805-889-8662 VCS269729
PT HUE Room, walk to
beach, nice area, full privs,
share bath. 233 N.Third St.
$590/mo + $300/dep.
805-844-9280 VCS268699
PT HUE Share Ocean View
Condo, full privs, w/d, pool
spa $575+dep+share utils
N/S 818-292-3399 VCS269993
SIMI (2) LARGE ROOM’s
Quiet rustic area, no
smoking, $575/mo.
805-526-7172 VCS268127
STA PAULA 1 Bdrm Avail
w/kitchen privs, shared bath.
$480/mo+dep+cable.
805-933-1941 VCS268076
T.O. NEW 500sf 1+1 with
half kitchen, pvt entry,
single unit w/own AC/heat,
all utils incl N/S/D/P
$1200 805-388-5027 or Cell
805-982-0899 VCS268236
VTA 1 bdrm w/pvt entrance,
shared ba, pool, nr Govt Ctr,
internet & utils incl. $650/mo.
805-701-5125 VCS269303
VTA 1 Furnished Bedroom
w/pvt bath, utils incl, kitch
privs, no smoke, $625+dep.
805-659-5206 VCS269061
VTA E. Pvt entrance, WiFi
all utils paid. $525.N/S/P/D
805-212-1067 VCS267474
VTA E. Tropical Home.
Large Kitchen With New
Appliances. Living Room
With Fireplace & 50” HD
Plasma, Game Room,
Koi Pond, Full Privileges
Incl: Internet & Laundry.
$575/Mo+Utilities & Dep.
Available Now. Call Steve
805-654-1276 or 310-463-2947
VCS267944
VTA In house. Near mall
and beach. No smoking,
1/3 utils. $550/month.
Call 818-620-3038 or
805-642-3616. VCS269660
VTA Large Room
own bath, Clean & quiet.No
smoke/pet.$650+half elec
805-644-1414 VCS268752
VTA Lg Rm $695 or Sm Rm
$625. Pets ok, cable/utilities
& internet incl’d, near beach.
714-746-9499 VCS268542
OXN 101 Fwy, Space avail.
$375/mo & up.
Fred Short Co. 805-642-4155
VCS268406
LOOKING TO RENT furn
guesr house in Vta county,
May thru Oct, $1500 need
bckyd for sml dog. Dennis
805-236-4447 VCS268278
WANTED: Space to store
RV in City of Ventura,
private residence, price
negotiable. 818-883-6093
VCS269948
BEAUTIFULLY, NEWLY
remodeled, upgraded
3+2 MFR HOME
Must move off lot.
$85,000 805-705-6322
VCS269292
BEAUTIFULLY, NEWLY
remodeled, upgraded
3+2 MANUFACTURED
HOME. Must move off
lot. $85,000 805-705-6322
VCS269878
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 VCS269151
VTA 5 Lemonwood MHP,
centrixusa.com/53thackery
2bd+2ba. Large & bright,
move-in cond, sun rm, 4 prkg
spaces. Priced To Sell!
$95,000. Susan 805-331-6981
VCS268349
VTA BRAND NEW 3+2
Beautiful, upgraded Mfr
home in all age park.
$109,950. Open SAT & SUN
1-4PM. #3098AZAB
Pat Milan, Park Ave Homes,
805-814-1533 VCS269408
THOUSAND OAKS
$229,500
Cozy townhouse
1672 Tiburon Court.
Fixer upper 3+1.5, nice
neighborhood.
Call Mike John Hornick
(Broker) 805-390-0843.
mjhornick@aol.com
Equal Housing Opportunity
www.hudhomestore.com
www.hudpemco.com
VCS269319
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669
Miscellaneous
Rentals
675
Rentals To Share
677
Rooms For Rent
677
Rooms For Rent
677
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677
Rooms For Rent
679
Storage Rentals
683
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MobileHomes
692-699
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Mobile Homes
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694
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WHY RENT?
OWN at Water Stone
Beautiful NEW 2-3
Bedroom Townhomes in
Simi Valley from $271,900.
Open Daily 10a-5p.
Heywood St. & Erringer.
805-584-9350
waterstone-simivalley.com
VCS267923
FOR SALE - BIG HOME!
4 Bed, 3 Bath, Two story
on a large corner lot! RV
Parking, and big family
room with fireplace.
Call Erica Holmes today,
805-216-6917 VCS269933
CAMARILLO By Owner
Please No Agents $579,000.
Cul-de-sac, 4452 Via
Marquesa. 5+3, 2900 sq ft,
large lot 805-383-2953
VCS269159
CAMARILLO - LEISURE
VILLAGE (55+). Gated 2+2
and DEN. Very nice with
crown molding, garage.
No pets. $1,795/month. Many
utilities paid. 805-300-1330
VCS269455
CAM OPEN SUN 3/6, 1-4
3316 El Nido.
Recently reduced!
Immaculate 4+2.5 with
huge yard, RV, 3 car
garage. $516,600
Call HF Realty
805-527-2796
ask for Daran
VCS268791
VTA FOR SALE-NEW
LISTING with VIEWS!
Large 2000 sqft, Two story
home, 5 Bed, 2 Bath.
Brand new on the
market. Owner leaving
area. For a private
showing, call Josh Ford,
805-340-1699 VCS269934
DISTRESS
SALE
Bank Foreclosures.
3+2 Ojai homes
from $200k-$2 Mil.
Receive a free list
w/pics of fore-
closure properties.
ojaihomedeals.com
Free recorded
message
1-866-470-1131
Code #1042 KW-Ojai
DRE#01438966 VCS269396
REAL DEAL!
Located on Crestwood
Street, close to Ventura
College. Custom 3 bed,
2.5 bath. Large 11,000 sq
ft lot. A steal at $559,900!
Call Clare Buck today,
805-794-4775 VCS269932
INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSE
600sf-2400sf shop w/sml ofc &
bath. Rent or lease. Oxnard
805-486-8796 VCS267654
Newbury Park
Pastor/Group Leader
Looking for a place
to meet?
Newly remodeled modular
building, fully appointed,
seats 200, A/C, Audio/Visual/
Stage w/Lighting, 2 class
rooms, kitchen/conference
room, pvt., parking. Rent
negotiable based on tenant
needs. Contact: Kristie
805-499-0330 ext: 0 or Gabe
323-356-8960 to schedule tour.
VCS269171
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
800sf - 5000sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS267621
SIMI OFFICE/
WAREHOUSE
1000-2400sf, roll-up
doors. Easy St loc.
GREAT PRICING!
Call now!
805-529-3721 VCS268821
T.O. (2) 1,500 sf units, each
with small office & bath,
large roll up door. Call TPC
760-247-6798 VCS268322
T.O. Prime Active Center -
Palm Plaza. 468sf or 1,100sf.
Available 4/1. Rarely Vacant.
818-889-2100 VCS269648
VENTURA BUSINESS/
Redevelopment District
1326sf Retail/Light
Industrial Storefront $1550
372sf Private Office or Shop
$595 Real Investments
805-985-1000 VCS268638
VTA 2646 Palma Drive
Warehouses - 1,276 sqft
*** Reduced Price ***
Call Bill @ 818.519.1653
Lourdes @ 805.236.0267
VCS269927
VTA Industrial Space
800sf-5000sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext:1
VCS267625
APPROX 600-830 sq ft
$400 - $550 per month
575 Dawson Drive Cam
2nd floor offices
Crossroads Inv 805-485-4040
VCS267867
AVENIDA DE LOS
ARBOLES (1026 & 1056),
Prime Loc! Busy, Estab
Thousand Oaks Neighbor-
hood Ctr. 1310sf, 2622sf
@ $1.20/sf/ea NNN. Ana
(310)675-1179 x4 VCS270065
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 VCS269274
ERRINGER Plaza Office
Spc, Simi 1100sf, 3200sf,
SIMI Industrial Spc 750,
1200, 1400,1600, 1850, 2100sf.
805-526-5260 VCS269699
OXNARD OFFICE with
reception & bath & 2nd
office/storage space. 600sf,
805-532-1103 VCS268137
OXN INDUSTRIAL
Rice/101/Rose
1000 - 55,000 SF
OXN OFFICE/MEDICAL
500 - 5,000 SF
805-604-0700
Sunbelt Enterprises
VCS269012
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 VCS269275
SIMI OFFICE SPACE
500 - 1,000 sqft. Available.
Excellent terms & pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS267623
VTA 2646 PALMA DRIVE
Office Space 120 - 500 sqft.
*** Reduced Price ***
Call Bill @ 818.519.1653
Lourdes @ 805.236.0267
VCS269928
VTA Offices & Flex Spaces
Street Signage 1632 or1776sf
on corner of Telephone &
Market. Central Coast
805-389-6803 VCS268245
VTA Office Space
Beautiful units from
474sf-1687sf. Great terms &
pricing. Now Available!
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS267624
VTA PROF OFFICE SPACE
1st Mo Free w/ 1 Yr Lease
120-625sf Convieniently loc
Victoria/101 fwy $295-$775
805-479-8284 VCS268421
ACHILLES INFLATABLE
11 ft, w/Nissan 9.9 hp outbrd
w/electric starter, Danard
wheels, lots of extras. $1,750.
805-604-0825 VCS268154
PACIFIC CATAMARAN
18’6’’, new Jib $750/obo
Call 805-384-0898
(CF0387CJ) VCS268863
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 $5,500/OBO
MUST SELL!!
Located in SIMI VALLEY
Call Ray
310-351-6959
US-YAMA2099F404
VCS268634
RV, AUTO or BOAT Storage
only -no live in, safe and
secure. Pvt Large area, easy
access, well lit. Elect &
covered also avail. Moorpk
805-501-5436 VCS268857
VTA W. RV Space For Rent
in small RV park. RV must
be 2000 or newer. 32ft space
available with all hookups.
Must have good credit. Call
805-643-7178 VCS269695
HY-LINE 36ft 2006
5th Wheel, 3 jumbo slides,
sleeps 8, washer & dryer,
microwave, jumbo a/c,
non-smoker, many extras,
Mint Condition, $26,500/obo
(54242p). 818-679-7985
VCS266017
I PAY $800 CASH OR
MORE For many Cars,
Trucks, Vans, SUVs &
Mini Vans. Fast, Polite
Service. 7 Days. Call
805-944-8970 VCS269957
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

VCS269216
CHEVY
EL CAMINO 1979
Crager 5 spoke wheels,
nice interior & exterior,
rebuilt turbo 350
transmission, rebuilt
Chevy ZZ4 CRATE motor,
$4250/obo (1PT21198)
805-987-5258
VCS268190
CHRYSLER
Crossfire 2006
CONVERTIBLE, STAN-
DARD, GAS, blue, Air
Conditioning, Leather,
CD Changer, Side Air
Bag, Power Mirrors,
Traction Control, Alloy
Wheels, Tinted Glass,
Antilock Brakes, Power
Steering, Power Win-
dows, Power Seats, Pas-
senger Air Bag, CD,
Cruise, Tilt, Driver Air
Bag, Navigation System,
Power Locks, Rear De-
frost 95,000 miles,
$11,000.00 (bmwsvue)
(818)787-1036
VCS267204
JAGUAR XJR 1999
SUPERCHARGER
White, 18” low profile tires,
104,000 mi, 8 cyl, 370 HP,
$12,398. (5jlr907)
805-987-3650 VERY FAST!
VCS267828
MAZDA Miata
MX5 2001
CONVERTIBLE, AUTO-
MATIC, GAS, White, Pam-
pered Princess! Single
owner, exceptional condi-
tion, hard top, leather,
Bose sound 20,180 miles,
$9,900.00 ()
(805)658-8618
MERCEDES BENZ SLK
350 2005 CON-
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